Quotes from Barclays Capital:
-Indonesia's external position has been a credit weakness. Foreign reserves fell to USD107bn at April 2013 from USD112bn at end-2012. We believe reserve depletion will continue due to weak portfolio flows, a persistent current account deficit and foreign currency intervention.
-As reserves near the USD100bn mark, we believe markets will become more nervous and focus on the absolute amounts potentially owed to foreigners - short-term external debt, and foreign holdings of local-currency bonds and equities.