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  • Indonesian Stocks Soar, Bank Indonesia Inaugurates New Governor

    Indonesian Stocks Soar, Bank Indonesia Inaugurates New Governor

    While most Asian shares are in red territory amid some risk aversion, Indonesia's benchmark Jakarta Composite Index is skyrocketing on Thursday (24/05). In the first trading session of the day the benchmark index of Indonesia soared 2.39 percent to 5,930.13 points as foreigners are back to enjoy bargain hunting (before the start of trading today, the Jakarta Composite Index had weakened nearly 9 percent since the year-start).

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  • Rupiah at IDR 14,200 per US Dollar, Indonesian Stocks Extend Losses

    Rupiah at IDR 14,200 per US Dollar, Indonesian Stocks Extend Losses

    While most Asian stocks (as well as US and European stock futures) are in green territory on Monday (21/05) on the back of easing concerns about a potential global trade war (led by the US and China), Indonesian assets remain under pressure. Over the weekend, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the US-China trade war is "on hold" following both sides' agreement to suspend any tariff threats for now. This has a positive impact on global markets.

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  • Despite Rate Hike, Indonesian Rupiah Weakens Further Against US Dollar

    Despite Rate Hike, Indonesian Rupiah Weaken Further Against US Dollar

    Despite the interest rate hike, pressures on the Indonesian assets remained high on Friday (18/05) as the US dollar and US bond yields hold firm near their recent highs. By the end of the trading day the Indonesian rupiah had depreciated 0.70 percent to IDR 14,156 per US dollar (Bloomberg Dollar Index), touching lows we have not seen since late 2015.

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  • Currency & Equity Markets Indonesia Under Pressure, Rate Hike Likely

    Currency & Equity Markets Indonesia Under Pressure, Rate Hike Likely

    The Indonesian rupiah and benchmark Jakarta Composite Index are again under pressure on Tuesday (15/05) as the 10-year US treasury yield is again touching 3 percent, while tensions in the Middle East increase and uncertainty about US-China trade relations persist ahead of a meeting between US and Chinese officials in Washington later this week where trade talks resume. Meanwhile, crude oil prices recovered to around USD $71 per barrel, approaching a 3.5 years high, on the back of reduced supply as OPEC reported that the global oil glut has been virtually eliminated.

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  • Indonesian Stocks Plunge, Rupiah above IDR 14,000 per US dollar, Why?

    Indonesian Stocks Plunge, Rupiah above IDR 14,000 per US dollar, Why?

    Indonesian stocks, the rupiah and bonds are all under heavy pressure on Tuesday (08/05). Indonesia's benchmark Jakarta Composite Index plunged 2.12 percent to 5,760.35 points in the first trading session of the day. This performance is in stark contrast to most Asian stocks that are trading in green territory today. Meanwhile, the Indonesian rupiah has slipped above the IDR 14,000 per US dollar level. Lets take a look why.

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  • Jakarta Composite Index Leads Losses in Asian Stock Markets

    Jakarta Composite Index Again Leads Losses in Asian Stock Markets

    Indonesia again led losses among Asian stock markets on Friday (04/05). The benchmark Jakarta Composite Index fell 1.13 percent to close at 5,792.35 points, its lowest position since August 2017. Most stocks in the Asia-Pacific region were in the red zone today as investors lack risk appetite ahead of the release of US payrolls data (due later today). Analysts expect to see a strong figure. Meanwhile, US unemployment is also expected to have eased slightly.

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  • Jakarta Composite Index & Rupiah under Pressure on Thursday

    Jakarta Composite Index & Rupiah under Pressure on Thursday

    In line with expectations the US Federal Reserve left its benchmark interest rate unchanged in the range of 1.50 - 1.75 percent at the two-day May policy meeting (1-2 May 2018). The US central bank also said it expects the recent rise in inflation (approaching the Fed's target) to be sustained, thus markets are increasingly expecting an interest rate hike at the next policy meeting (scheduled for 12-13 June).

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  • Another Tough Day for Indonesian Stocks, Rupiah Strengthens

    Another Tough Day for Indonesian Stocks, Rupiah Strengthens

    Indonesia's Jakarta Composite Index continued to be plagued by a sell-off on Thursday (26/04) after already having fallen 2.40 percent on the preceding trading day. Today the benchmark index of Indonesia plunged another 2.81 percent to 5,909.20 points amid climbing US treasury yields (passing beyond the psychological boundary of three percent).

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  • Indonesian Stocks & Rupiah Fall after US Treasury Yields Top 3%

    Indonesian Stocks & Rupiah Fall after US Treasury Yields Top 3%

    Indonesian stocks and the rupiah remained under heavy pressure on Wednesday (25/04) after the benchmark ten-year US bond yields passed beyond the 3 percent level (for the first time since early 2014), thus lifting the US dollar and causing capital outflows from emerging markets. While most Asian stocks are trading in red territory today, Indonesian stocks are the most badly affected. The benchmark Jakarta Composite Index tumbled 2.40 percent to 6,079.85 points.

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  • How Do Asian Stock Markets React to US-Led Strikes in Syria?

    How Do Asian Stock Markets React to US-Led Strikes in Syria?

    Asian markets were the first to react to American-led strikes on Syria carried out on late Friday evening (13/04). The strikes were an answer to a chemical attack in Douma on April 7, allegedly conducted by the Syrian government under the leadership of President Bashar Assad. The US strike on Syria - supported by France and the United Kingdom - caused US-Russian relations to hit a new low. However, the strike did not lead to direct military confrontations between the USA and Russia and therefore markets are somewhat relieved on Monday.

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  • Market Insecure about Future of QE3; IHSG Extends Losing Streak on Friday

    On the last day of the trading week (22/11), Indonesia's benchmark stock index (IHSG) fell 0.19 percent to 4,317.96 points thereby extending its losing streak to three days as investors remain concerned about the looming end - or at least winding down - of the Federal Reserve's monthly USD $85 billion bond buying program known as quantitative easing (QE3). Foreign investors recorded a net sell of IDR 38 billion (USD $3.3 million). The other indices in Asia were mixed. The Hang Seng and Nikkei were up but the Shanghai Composite was down.

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  • Adanya Pengurangan Pembelian Obligasi AS Menjatuhkan Saham Asia

    IHSG masih dalam laju pelemahannya setelah pelaku pasar turut merespon negatif hasil rapat FOMC yang mensinyalkan akan adanya pengurangan pembelian obligasi AS dalam beberapa bulan ke depan dan terimbas pelemahan laju bursa saham Asia setelah rilis pre-HSBC manufacturing PMI China menunjukkan adanya penurunan. IHSG yang sedang mencoba untuk keluar dari tren pelemahan menjadi berkurang peluangnya dengan maraknya sentimen-sentimen negatif sehingga memicu adanya aksi jual, termasuk laju nilai tukar Rupiah yang masih betah dalam tren penurunannya membuat pelaku pasar semakin kehilangan mood.

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  • Downgrade Ekonomi Dunia oleh OECD Berdampak pada Pasar Saham Asia

    OECD Growth Downgrade Results in Falling Asian Stock Markets

    Tampaknya laju IHSG tidak sebaik sehari sebelumnya dimana mampu menguat jelang akhir sesi perdagangan. IHSG sedari awal perdagangan terus melaju melemah setelah terimbas penurunan bursa saham Asia. Seperti yang pernah kami katakan dimana setiap adanya kenaikan akan selalu dimanfaatkan untuk aksi jual sehingga penguatan yang sempat terjadi hanya bersifat terbatas dan tidak dapat bertahan lama.

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  • Rupiah Melemah 0.57% dan IHSG Melaju 1.34% pada Hari Senin

    Positifnya laju bursa saham Asia sepanjang sesi yang terimbas dari menghijaunya bursa saham AS dan Eropa di akhir pekan kemarin dan adanya spekulasi Pemerintah China akan melakukan reformasi ekonomi untuk menopang pertumbuhan negaranya dan berita positif dari tetapnya rating BBB- peringkat utang Indonesia oleh Fitch Rating memberikan angin segar pada IHSG pada hari Senin (18/11).

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  • Unable to Continue Rebound; Indonesia's Stock Index Falls 0.73%

    Indonesia's benchmark stock index (IHSG) was not able to continue its rebound. On Friday (15/11), the IHSG fell 0.73 percent to 4,335.45 points amid widespread profit taking. Foreign investors recorded net selling of IDR 193 billion (USD $16.9 million) on today's trading day. Moreover, investors are concerned about the impact of the higher interest rate of the central bank (7.50 percent), particularly on the property and banking sectors in the fourth quarter of 2013.

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  • Pesimisme Mewarnai Pasar Indonesia: IHSG Terjun 1.80% pada Rabu

    Seperti yang kami sampaikan sebelumnya dimana pelemahan terbatas akan sulit tercapai dengan negatifnya sentimen yang justru datang dari dalam negeri. Aksi jual masih dimungkinkan akan berlanjut dan akan berpengaruh pada masih melemahnya IHSG. Laju IHSG bukannya membaik, justru semakin anjlok. Tampaknya pelaku pasar, terutama asing, memanfaatkan rilis kenaikan BI rate tersebut untuk jor-joran melakukan aksi jual. Rilis kenaikan BI rate tersebut tampak menjadi pembenaran dilakukannya aksi jual besarbesaran tersebut.

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  • Kenaikan BI Rate Berdampak pada Kinerja Rupiah dan IHSG

    Kenaikan BI Rate Berdampak pada Rupiah dan IHSG

    Laju IHSG yang awalnya hanya melemah tipis dan mencoba untuk rebound, jelang sore hari berubah menjadi pelemahan setelah dipersuram oleh hasil RDG BI yang menaikkan BI rate dari level 7,25 persen menjadi 7,5 persen. Kenaikan BI rate ini tentunya dipersepsikan bahwa kondisi makroekonomi Indonesia yang belum akan membaik dan terutama timbul juga penilaian bahwa masih akan tingginya inflasi hingga akhir tahun.

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  • Ahead of the Bank Indonesia Meeting Jakarta Composite Index Falls 0.78%

    The Jakarta Composite index (Indonesia's benchmark stock index or IHSG) fell on Monday (11/11) amid mixed Asian markets. Not even positive finishes on Wall Street last Friday (08/11) were able to support the IHSG. Most investors seem to be waiting for results of Bank Indonesia's Board of Governor's Meeting which is scheduled for Tuesday (12/11). This meeting will provide answers about the central bank's view of the domestic economy and whether it thinks another adjustement of the BI rate is necessary.

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  • Jakarta Composite Index (IHSG) and Rupiah Advance on Thursday

    Contrary to most Asian indices, Indonesia's Jakarta Composite Index (IHSG) managed to post a gain on Thursday (07/11). The IHSG seemed to follow the upward movement of Wall Street on the previous day (06/11) after a number of Federal Reserve officials stated to support the continuation of the Fed's monthly USD $85 billion bond-buying program (quantitative easing). Despite continued foreign net selling, the IHSG index rose 0.82 percent to 4,486.11 points as domestic purchases offset foreign selling.

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  • Despite Slowing Economic Growth Indonesia's IHSG Gains 0.60%

    After the one-day holiday due to the Islamic new year, Indonesia's benchmark stock index (Jakarta Composite Index or IHSG) started in the red on Wednesday (06/11) amid the continued depreciation of the rupiah exchange rate against the US dollar and the mixed performance of Asian stock indices (influenced by weakening global indices on the previous day). However, during the day a number of stocks, which had fallen previously, became popular investment targets, which supported the index.

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