This study aims to determine the impact of
the economic crisis in eight selected countries namely
Indonesia, Hong Kong, USA, Australia, Brazil, Canada,
India, and Japan. The variables in this study are
Interest Rates, Inflation, Current Account, Reserve
Asset, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), Exchange Rates
and Stock Prices. The analytical method used in this
study is to use the Structural Regression model.
Structural Regression research results are known that
the Reserve Assets Variable and Reserve Assets have a
significant effect on Exchange Rates whereas while
Inflation, Gross Domestic Product, Current Account,
and exchange rates do not significantly affect Stock
Prices. This is due to the weakness of a country's
economic fundamentals as well as the value of domestic
interest rates in Indonesia which is closely related to
international interest rates where domestic financial
market access to international financial markets and
exchange rate policies are less flexible.
Keywords : Interest Rates, Inflation, Current Account, Reserve Assets,Foreign Direct Investments, Exchange Rates, and Stock Prices.