• Ilyas Chaidir Rahmansyah
    Departemen Ekonomi Syariah - Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis - Universitas Airlangga
  • Lina Nugraha Rani Departemen Ekonomi Syariah - Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis - Universitas Airlangga
June 25, 2020


This research employed a quantitative approach to investigate the relationship between dependent and independent variables and to test the hypotheses. The data utilized in this research were secondary data from the official website of Bank Indonesia (BI), the Financial Services Authority (OJK), the Central Statistics Agency (BPS), gold price providers in Indonesia, and monthly BUS & UUS bank statements in Indonesia. The population in this study consisted of 14 BUS and 20 UUS which registered on the Financial Services Authority. This research used a sampling technique using predetermined criteria so that a sample of 4 BUS and 1 UUS were obtained from April 2015 to August 2019. Moreover, the analysis technique employed in this research was panel data regression with EViews 9 statistical tools. The results of this research describe that the price of gold, inflation and the exchange rate of the dollar do not have a significant impact on the financing of Murabahah Gold, but margin have a significant impact and negative correlated with Murabahah Gold in Islamic banking in Indonesia, especially among Islamic Commercial Banks and Sharia Business Units.

Keywords: Gold Prices, Inflation, Dollar Exchange, Murabahah Gold, Islamic Banking


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