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Since the 2008 financial crisis, rupiah's volatility has experienced high volatility. This volatility is indicated associated with other macroeconomic indicators such as BI-Rate, export-import ratio, CPI, IHSG, and foreign exchange reserves against the rupiah exchange rate. In addition, in terms of an external factor, there is a nonconventional monetary policy package taken by The Fed to restore the economy of the United States after the 2008 financial crisis called Quantitative Easing (QE) anddoi:10.31685/kek.v4i1.520 fatcat:xjkkfln7tnannpexadtloegvkq