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  • What Are the Most Illiquid Stocks on the Indonesia Stock Exchange?

    What Are the Most Illiquid Stocks on the Indonesia Stock Exchange?

    The benchmark Jakarta Composite Index has been touching one record high after another over the past month. However, among the 567 companies that are listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange, not all are attractive for investors. Below, we present the top 32 "sleeping stocks" in Indonesia. The share movements of these companies were insignificant, or in fact zero (inactive), in 2017.

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  • Dozens Injured as Part of Indonesia Stock Exchange Building Collapses

    Dozens Injured as Part of Indonesia Stock Exchange Building Collapses

    Just as the people working in the Indonesia Stock Exchange building (Central Jakarta) were preparing for the lunch break, an indoor balcony, located in the main hall of the building, collapsed. The balcony fell into the ground level, just after 12 o'clock noon, in Tower 2. According to local media, dozens of people are injured and transported to nearby hospitals.

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  • Stock Market Update Indonesia: Pressure Persisting on Thursday?

    Stock Market Update Indonesia: Pressure Persisting on Thursday?

    Despite rising Asian stocks on Thursday morning (04/01), supported by higher crude oil prices, surging Japanese shares, and US Federal Reserve minutes that show policy makers agree to a "gradual approach" in terms of further monetary tightening, Indonesia's benchmark Jakarta Composite Index is expected to remain under pressure today.

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  • Indonesia Stock Market Update: Profit Taking Continues

    Indonesia Stock Market Update: Profit Taking Continues

    Despite generally rising stock markets across Asia - still being supported by upbeat manufacturing data that hint at an upturn in global economic growth this year - Indonesia is bucking the trend, sliding 1.37 percent in the first trading session on Wednesday (03/01).

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  • Market Update: Nothing Stopping Indonesian Stocks Ahead of 2018

    Market Update: Nothing Stopping Indonesian Stocks Ahead of 2018

    There is no stop to the benchmark Jakarta Composite Index in the last week of 2017. Amid mixed Asian stock markets (and thin trading volumes), Indonesian stocks are persistently touching new record highs. By 11:25 am local Jakarta time on Friday, the last trading day of the year, the Jakarta Composite Index had climbed 0.77 percent to 6,362.69 points on Friday (29/12).

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  • Shares & Rupiah: Indonesia's Jakarta Composite Index at New Record

    Shares & Rupiah: Indonesia's Jakarta Composite Index at New Record

    Despite generally thin trading in Asian markets, Indonesian shares rose further in record-high territory on Wednesday (27/12) supported by a rally in commodity prices (particularly crude oil and metals prices), and the announcement that Japan's Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group plans to buy a majority stake in Bank Danamon Indonesia, Indonesia's fifth-largest lender.

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  • IPO News Indonesia: Jasa Armada Indonesia Makes Trading Debut

    IPO News Indonesia: Jasa Armada Indonesia Makes Trading Debut

    Vessel guidance, sea freight and maritime services company Jasa Armada Indonesia, a subsidiary of state-owned port operator Pelabuhan Indonesia II (abbreviated Pelindo II), became the 36th company to have completed its initial public offering (IPO) on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2017. On Friday (22/12) the company made its trading debut on the local bourse.

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  • 2017 Is Great IPO Year for Indonesia, What About 2018?

    2017 Is Great IPO Year for Indonesia, What About 2018?

    So far in 2017 a total of 35 companies have conducted an initial public offering (IPO) on the Indonesia Stock Exchange, the best result in recent history. Meanwhile, Samsul Hidayat, Director of Corporate Listing at the Indonesia Stock Exchange, said one more trading debut is expected to occur before the end of the year, to wit Jasa Armada Indonesia.

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  • Amid Mixed Asian Stock Markets Indonesia's Main Index Falls 1.36%

    The weak stock indices in Europe and USA at the end of last week had a negative impact on stock indices in Asia on Monday (27/05/13), including Indonesia's main stock index (IHSG). Investors rushed to reduce their stock portfolios, which resulted in an 1.36 percent fall to 5,085.14 points. At the end of last week, the IHSG had formed a green candlestick but today there were no continued positive signals as the market lacked positive sentiments. But a number of rising Asian indices and the positive openings of European stock indices managed to support the IHSG a bit.

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  • Last Week of May: Continued Upward Movement or a Correction?

    Throughout the month of May, the level of volatility of Indonesia's main stock index (IHSG) has been remarkable and interesting. At the start of the month we were shocked by Standard & Poor's downgrade of Indonesia's credit rating outlook as well as Moody's warning to take similar measures as Indonesia had been slow to deal with its subsidized fuel policy. These issues were able to drag the index down. Moreover, the threat of higher inflation triggers concerns that the index would show its traditional fall in the month of May.

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  • Worldwide Negative Markets Impact on Indonesia Stock Index (IHSG)

    Various negative sentiments made investors decide to engage in profit taking today (23/05). As Indonesia's main stock index (IHSG) had already reached the overbought area, it is highly susceptible of profit taking in case some negative news is released. But this time there were quite a lot of matters that made a negative impact: weak American indices on Wednesday (22/05) responding to the FOMC meeting, a spike in Japan's government bond yields, and Chinese manufacturing data that seems to indicate a contraction.

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  • Indonesia Stock Exchange Down 0.50% amid Mixed Asian Markets

    American stock indices that refrained from staying in the green zone at the end of Monday's trading session (20/05/13) made market participants less enthusiastic to invest in Asian stocks. Indonesia's main stock index (IHSG) was one of the indices that felt this impact as a lack of positive sentiments blocked it from rising to another record high level. Investors were also concerned about profit taking because the index had reached the overbought level. When European indices opened weak on Tuesday it increased downward pressures on the IHSG.

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  • Indonesia Stock Exchange Continues Strong Growth on Monday

    Various reasons explain why Indonesia's main stock index (IHSG) managed to reach another record high on Monday (20/05/13) at 5,214.98 points, an 1.35 percent gain. Foreigners were back chasing Indonesian stocks (particularly blue chips), Asian indices were up (led by Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index), the listing of Bank Nationalnobu (NOBU) which gained 14.67 percent on its first trading day, positive European openings, and the positive response towards Indonesia's new Finance minister, Chatib Basri, regarded as an independent policy maker.

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  • High, Higher, Highest? An Overview of the Performance of Indonesia's IHSG

    Last week, Indonesia's main stock index (IHSG) moved remarkably well. The index managed to set a new record high at 5145.68 points on Friday (17/05/13) as it was pushed up by its strongest pillar of support, the consumer sector. Indonesia's consumer sector rose as much as 8.23 percent last week, while the largest obstacle to growth was the country's mining sector, which experienced a correction of 3.31 percent. What are the underlying reasons of last week's gain towards yet another record high? And is it sustainable?

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  • Indonesia's Stock Exchange (IHSG) Ends Week on a New Record High

    The pace of the upward movement of Indonesia's main stock index (IHSG) was beyond expectation. While American and European stock indices were weak on Thursday (16/05/13) and Hong Kong's HSI as well as South Korea's KOSPI were closed due to holidays, it did not bring a negative impact on the IHSG. Particularly consumer and coal miner stocks supported the IHSG's rise. At the end of Friday's trading day (17/05/13), the IHSG hit a new record high level: 5,154.68 points, an 1.32 percent increase.

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  • A Small Gain for the Indonesia Stock Index on Wednesday (IHSG)

    Positive American and European stock indices on Tuesday (14/05/13) made a good impact on Asian stock indices on Wednesday (15/05/13), including Indonesia's main index (IHSG) which is heading towards the 5,100 points line. Although many foreign investors were eager to sell their Indonesian assets, support from other Asian stock indices kept the IHSG within the green zone. At the end of the trading day, it stood at 5,089.88 points, a 0.16 percent rise.

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  • Indonesia Stock Index Rises 0.54%; Europe and USA Up, Asia Down

    Analysis IHSG 14 May 2013 - Indonesia Stock Exchange - Indonesia Investments

    On Tuesday (14/05/13), Indonesia's main stock index (IHSG) rose supported by positive Asian stock indices in the first trading session. But this pillar of support did not last for long as the Asian stock indices weakened afterwards, which impacted on the performance of the IHSG. Pressures of profit taking remained as the IHSG is still near its record high level but foreign investors - being net buyers of Indonesian stocks - helped to offset profit taking, resulting in a 0.54 percent gain to 5,081.94 points.

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  • Indonesia's Main Stock Index Falls 1% Amid Mixed Asian Markets

    After setting a new record last Friday, Indonesia's main stock index (IHSG) lost its strength on Monday (13/05/13). A number of factors were behind the decline. Foreign investors mostly sold their Indonesian assets as the record high level of the IHSG made it tempting to engage in profit taking. Moreover, the still unclear policy regarding Indonesia's subsidized fuel causes uncertainties. Lastly, Asian stock indices were mixed while European indices opened lower on Monday.

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