Shares of Indonesian banks, particularly, showed a bad performance today. Bank Mandiri, Indonesia’s largest financial institution by assets, fell 7.36 percent. Bank Rakyat Indonesia, the country's second largest lender by assets, lost 5.81 percent. Lastly, Bank Central Asia, Indonesia’s largest lender by market value, weakened 4.21 percent. These three banks are all in the top ten of largest Indonesian companies in terms of market capitalization.

Stock indices in Europe opened mostly up and seem to be influenced by the higher closings on Wall Street last Friday (05/07).