In the first quarter of the year, the country booked a total of $41.79 billion in exports, a 2.91 percent increase from last year’s figure, while imports were $39.17 billion from January to March, a 2.69 percent decrease from the same period last year.Indonesia recorded a trade surplus of $2.62 billion during the first three months of the year, compared to a deficit of 62.8 million in the same period last year.BPS recorded $2.98 billion in imports from China in March, an increase of $1 billion from February’s figure, as Indonesia’s largest trading partner had started to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.Exports to China, meanwhile, were $1.98 billion, up by $7 million compared to the same period last year. This made for a trade deficit of $1 billion with China in March, lower than the $1.24 billion deficit in March of last year.The World Trade Organization (WTO) projected that global trade would shrink by between 13 and 32 percent as the economic impact of the health crisis remained uncertain.The WTO forecasted a rebound in the 2021 global goods trade of between 21 and 24 percent, depending largely on the duration of the outbreak and the effectiveness of policy responses.Topics : Indonesia booked a US$743 million trade surplus in March as export and import activities contracted slightly amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Statistics Indonesia (BPS) has announced.Southeast Asia’s largest economy recorded $14.09 billion in exports in March, a 0.2 percent decrease year-on-year (yoy), while total imports fell 0.75 percent yoy to $13.35 billion driven by decreased imports of capital goods.“This figure is encouraging amid the uncertain global situation,” BPS chairman Suhariyanto said at a media briefing on Wednesday. Indonesia’s manufacturing exports grew by 7.41 percent yoy to $11.12 billion, driven by a significant increase in the exports of machines and electric appliances, as well as of iron and steel. Agricultural exports rose 17.82 percent yoy to $320 million.However, the country’s oil and gas exports declined by 40.91 percent yoy to $670 million as a result of falling oil prices, while exports of products of mining also fell by 16 percent yoy to $1.98 billion.Imports of consumption goods rose 10.66 percent to $1.27 billion as a result of Indonesia’s recent, huge purchase of guns and ammunition. Imports of raw materials increased by 1.72 percent to $10.28 billion, while imports of capital goods shrank by 18 percent to $1.8 billion.“We must, however, be aware of the decline in capital goods and raw materials, which may have a huge impact on trade and investment,” Suhariyanto added.
OFB. Reynolds (B)DET@PITWed 7:05J. Zimmermann (R)$4200$3200$20UPGRADE 3BR. Devers (L)BOS@MINWed 8:10K. Gibson (R)$4400$3900$19See above OF: Mike Trout, Angels @ Blue Jays. Trout and Justin Upton are both really strong plays on this slate. Righties have given Aaron Sanchez the most issues this year, as they have an .830 OPS and .366 wOBA.For more player recommendations and analysis, become a Fantasy Alarm subscriber today! Pos PlayerMatchupOpp. SPDKFDY! FanballAnalysisSPM. Scherzer (R)PHI@WSHWed 1:05Z. Eflin (R)$12000$11700$61UPGRADE SPA. Heaney (L)LAA@TORWed 7:07A. Sanchez (R)$8500$8600$42UPGRADE CJ. McCann (R)CWS@CHIWed 8:05J. Lester (L)$4100$3200$15UPGRADE 2BO. Albies (B)NYM@ATLWed 7:20S. Matz (L)$5000$3600$19UPGRADE 1BP. Alonso (R)NYM@ATLWed 7:20M. Fried (L)$5400$4100$21UPGRADE SPT. Richards (R)MIA@STLWed 8:15D. Ponce de Leon (R)$7100$7900$36UPGRADE OFO. Mercado (R)CLE@TEXWed 8:05J. Palumbo (L)$5000$3500$18UPGRADE SPR. Hill (L)SF@LAWed 10:10D. Pomeranz (L)$10300$9600$53UPGRADE 3BC. Moran (L)DET@PITWed 7:05J. Zimmermann (R)$3700$2700$13UPGRADE SSE. Andrus (R)CLE@TEXWed 8:05A. Plutko (R)$4900$3800$14UPGRADE OFR. Acuña Jr. (R)NYM@ATLWed 7:20S. Matz (L)$5500$4200$24UPGRADE SSC. Taylor (R)SF@LAWed 10:10D. Pomeranz (L)$3300$2500$12UPGRADE OFM. Trout (R)LAA@TORWed 7:07A. Sanchez (R)$5700$4700$27See above SPM. Fried (L)NYM@ATLWed 7:20S. Matz (L)$6100$6800$38See above 1BJ. Abreu (R)CWS@CHIWed 8:05J. Lester (L)$4500$3900$17UPGRADE 2BR. Odor (L)CLE@TEXWed 8:05A. Plutko (R)$4100$2900$13UPGRADE 2BK. Hernández (R)SF@LAWed 10:10D. Pomeranz (L)$3200$3000$10See above 2BS. Castro (R)MIA@STLWed 8:15D. Ponce de Leon (R)$2600$2400$7UPGRADE SSK. Newman (R)DET@PITWed 7:05J. Zimmermann (R)$4000$3000$15See above 3BJ. Donaldson (R)NYM@ATLWed 7:20S. Matz (L)$4400$3200$18UPGRADE Editor’s Note: This is a FREE preview of Wednesday’s Fantasy Alarm’s MLB DFS Playbook. For full analysis every day and more ways to dominate your daily fantasy baseball competition, check out DFS site-specific advice and the rest of Fantasy Alarm’s great season-long and DFS tools available to subscribers.MORE: Fantasy Alarm PRO tools Today’s MLB DFS Picks: DraftKings, FanDuel advice for Wednesday, June 19SP: Max Fried, Braves vs. Mets. I really don’t love the punts here, but Fried makes the most sense. The Mets went off on Tuesday, but they are not that good on a regular basis. Fried has been far more comfortable at home this year pitching to a 3.54 ERA compared to 4.75 on the road. He could be worth a flier.C: Tyler Flowers, Braves vs. Mets. The Braves catcher is riding a four-game hit streak and will start here against a southpaw. He has back-to-back multi-hit games. as well. Flowers has been great at home this year, batting .297 with a .384 wOBA.MORE WEDNESDAY MLB: SP rankings1B: Carlos Santana, Indians @ Rangers. The Indians exploded on Tuesday, and although Santana didn’t do much offensively, he walked three times and stole a base. He’s hit southpaws at a .300 clip this season, and the Indians have one of the highest implied totals again on Wednesday.2B: Enrique Hernandez, Dodgers vs. Giants. It’s so hard to ignore Hernandez’s price when you factor in he’s facing a southpaw and coming off a game with a grand slam. Hernandez has owned the Giants this year, posting a .310 average and .912 OPS. He’s also posted a .780 OPS or better for the past three games.SS: Kevin Newman, Pirates vs. Tigers. Newman continues to hit, notching two more on Tuesday to extend his hit streak to eight games. Newman should lead off here again, which is ideal. What’s also ideal is the fact he’s batting .339 vs. RHPs this season.3B: Rafael Devers, Red Sox @ Twins. I’ll gladly bet on Devers returning value at his current price, especially on DK. He has five multi-hit games over his past seven contests, including three home runs over that span. Devers has a .387 wOBA vs. RHPs, and Kyle Gibson has allowed a .330 mark. SPD. Ponce de Leon (R)MIA@STLWed 8:15T. Richards (R)$7800$6500$35UPGRADE SSF. Lindor (B)CLE@TEXWed 8:05J. Palumbo (L)$5500$4100$22UPGRADE SPL. Giolito (R)CWS@CHIWed 8:05J. Lester (L)$11300$11200$51UPGRADE OFJ. Bauers (L)CLE@TEXWed 8:05J. Palumbo (L)$3700$2800$11UPGRADE OFA. Eaton (L)PHI@WSHWed 1:05Z. Eflin (R)$4000$3100$16UPGRADE 3BJ. Ramírez (B)CLE@TEXWed 8:05J. Palumbo (L)$3800$3100$12UPGRADE CT. Flowers (R)NYM@ATLWed 7:20S. Matz (L)$3900$2600$14See above 1BC. Santana (B)CLE@TEXWed 8:05J. Palumbo (L)$4900$3900$25See above 1BM. Adams (L)PHI@WSHWed 1:05Z. Eflin (R)$4300$2900$15UPGRADE CR. Pérez (R)CLE@TEXWed 8:05J. Palumbo (L)$4300$2900$14UPGRADE OFM. Betts (R)BOS@MINWed 8:10K. Gibson (R)$4400$4100$19UPGRADE