Savings and financing are two significant products of Islamic banking in Indonesia. This study examines the relationship between these two products and key macroeconomic factors. The data was gathered from the Central Bank of Indonesia (BI), the Financial Services Authority (OJK), and the Indonesia Statistics Bureau (BPS). The profit-sharing rate (PSR) and profit and loss sharing (PLS) were examined using a mixture of the addition and balanced average approaches, whereas the relationships among the variables were analyzed using Pearson’s and Spearman’s rank correlation coefficient tests. The findings show a statistically significant correlation between the investigated variables. It was discovered that interest rates, inflation, the consumer price index, the currency rate, and the stock price index all influence savings and financing. There was a negative association between savings and inflation, but there was no relationship between savings and profit-sharing ratios. These findings have policy development implications for Islamic banking in Indonesia in terms of savings and financing options.