Investors were also disappointed to learn that several Indonesian companies' financial results of 2013 - which have started to be released since last week -  indicated slowing net profit compared to 2012. For example, Bank Tabungan Negara's net profit fell from 22 percent in 2012 to 15 percent in 2013, and Bank Mandiri's net profit slowed from 27 percent in 2012 to 17 percent in 2013.

Asian stock markets were up on Monday (10/02) following the rally on Wall Street at the end of last week.