Starting from 23 May 2013, foreign investors have mostly been selling their Indonesian stock portfolios. Domestic purchases, however, have remained strong but could not avert a fall of the IHSG. Other emerging Asian countries were also hit by falling stock indices triggered by foreign capital outflows.

Indonesia's big cap companies were the top losers on Tuesday. As foreign investment is particularly centered on the large cap stocks, these companies are hit hardest when foreign confidence wanes. Cement producer Semen Indonesia lost 6.13 percent, telecommunications provider Telekomunikasi Indonesia lost 4.76 percent, and Bank Rakyat Indonesia fell 4.27 percent.

Domestic negative market sentiments are brought on by Indonesia's trade deficit, weak rupiah performance, and uncertainty about the (inflationary) impact - as well as the exact date - of the reduction in subsidized fuel prices.

Last Update: 30 Nov 2018
Indonesia's Top Ten Companies by Largest Market Capitalization
CompanyP: 30 Nov 2018P: 29 Nov 2018Gain/LossP/E ttmYield %Gain/Loss YTD
Astra InternationalASII8,5508,4750.88%N/A0.00%4.27%
HM SampoernaHMSP3,6803,720-1.08%N/A0.00%-22.53%
Bank Central AsiaBBCA26,05026,200-0.57%N/A0.00%18.95%
Bank MandiriBMRI7,4007,650-3.27%N/A0.00%-5.73%
Telekomunikasi IndonesiaTLKM3,6803,740-1.60%N/A0.00%-16.55%
Bank Rakyat IndonesiaBBRI3,6203,710-2.43%N/A0.00%-0.28%
Unilever IndonesiaUNVR42,25042,1000.36%N/A0.00%-24.38%
Perusahaan Gas NegaraPGAS1,9551,9400.77%N/A0.00%10.76%
Gudang GaramGGRM82,00083,525-1.83%N/A0.00%0.61%
Semen IndonesiaSMGR12,02512,0000.21%N/A0.00%17.03%
Combined Total191,210193,060-0.96%-4.47%

Green colour indicates upward movement Red colour indicates downward movement P = price; E = earnings; D = dividend; Yield = D/P "N/A" indicates P/E < 0 (negative earnings) "-" indicates E,D,P or YTD is not available

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