JAKARTA, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Indonesia's central bank sees the annual consumer price index in November easing to 4.35 percent from a year ago, versus 4.61 percent a month earlier, the bank's governor said on Friday.
The bank also expects the consumer price index to rise 0.1 percent on a monthly basis, the governor of Bank Indonesia Darmin Nasution told reporters, without giving details.
A Reuters poll of economists released on Thursday showed November inflation was expected to remain manageable, easing slightly to 4.54 percent, which would give the bank room to hold its benchmark rate steady at 5.75 percent at its Dec. 11 meeting.
(Reporting by Adriana Nina Kusuma; Writing by Rieka Rahadiana; Editing by Matthew Bigg) Keywords: INDONESIA ECONOMY/INFLATION
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