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  • Stock Market Update Indonesia: Stocks Fall Almost 2% on Thursday

    Stock Market Update Indonesia: Stocks Fall Almost 2% on Thursday

    Just before closing time on Thursday (30/11), the benchmark Jakarta Composite Index suddenly tumbled 1.8 percent to 5,952.14 points. Most Southeast Asian stock markets were down but Indonesia led losses, dragged down by financials and consumer staples. Indonesian stocks recorded their weakest day since November 2016.

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  • Despite Political Year Analysts Expect Plenty of IPOs in 2018

    Despite Political Year Analysts Expect Plenty of IPOs in 2018

    Despite the "political year" several Indonesia-based securities firms expect to see big appetite from local companies to conduct an initial public offering (IPO) on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2018. In 2018, Indonesia will see a new round of regional elections (to determine local leaders) across the country. These elections are likely to trigger new political tensions, particularly as the country's legislative and presidential elections are to be held the following year.

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  • Update Indonesian Stocks: Jakarta Composite Index Rises Further

    Update Indonesian Stocks: Jakarta Composite Index Rises Further

    Indonesia's benchmark Jakarta Composite Index continues its run in record high territory on Monday (06/11). While Asian stocks are mixed, overall, this morning, the Jakarta Composite Index is carefully climbing in green territory. It is interesting to note that, recently, the benchmark index is not only being pushed higher by the large-cap blue chip stocks, but also by mid-cap and small-cap stocks.

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  • Stock Market Update Indonesia: Benchmark Index Near Record High

    Stock Market Update Indonesia: Benchmark Index Near Record High

    After three straight sessions of decline, Indonesian stocks are again rebounding toward record high territory. In the first trading session on Tuesday (31/10) the benchmark Jakarta Composite Index climbed 0.57 percent to 6,008.14 points, just short of the all-time record high of 6,025.43 points that was touched last week. The consumer goods index, particularly, is supporting the rise of the overall index.

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  • Breaking: Indonesian Shares Close at Record High Beyond 6,000 Level

    Breaking: Indonesian Shares Close at Record High Beyond 6,000 Level

    Indonesia's benchmark Jakarta Composite Index touched a new all-time record high on Wednesday (25/10). More importantly, the benchmark index passed beyond the psychological boundary of 6,000 points and closed 1.23 percent higher at 6,025.43 points. This great performance was driven by Indonesia's energy and financial stocks.

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  • Kapuas Prima Coal's Trading Debut on the Indonesia Stock Exchange

    Kapuas Prima Coal's Trading Debut on the Indonesia Stock Exchange

    Indonesian mineral mining and processing company Kapuas Prima Coal became the 27th company to list on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2017. The company was the top gainer at its trading debut on Monday (16/10) as its shares soared 70 percent to IDR 238 a piece. This increase touched the upper limit hence triggering the automatic rejection system.

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  • Number of Indonesian IPOs Rises in 2017 but Value Declines

    Number of Indonesian IPOs Rises in 2017 but Value Declines

    While initial public offerings (IPOs) have rebounded in Indonesia this year, the total value of these IPOs is small. This shows that companies are still cautious amid uncertain domestic and global conditions and therefore sell a limited amount of shares at a competitive price.

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  • What Are Indonesia's Best Dividend-Paying Listed Companies?

    What Are Indonesia's Best Dividend-Paying Listed Companies?

    For long-term investors in the stock market it is worthwhile to take a look at those listed companies on the Indonesia Stock Exchange that consistently pay a dividend to common shareholders. Recently, the Astra Group, one of Indonesia's largest diversified conglomerates announced its 2017 interim dividend payout. Several other blue chip stocks are reportedly also close to announcing dividend payouts.

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  • Indonesian Listed Companies Planning Rights Issue in H2-2017

    Indonesian Listed Companies Planning Rights Issue in H2-2017

    There are various listed companies on the Indonesia Stock Exchange that are planning to conduct a rights issue in the second half of 2017 in an effort to generate new funds for business expansion. Samsul Hidayat, Director of Corporate Listing at the Indonesia Stock Exchange, added that some companies are planning the rights issue in order to comply with the minimum 7.5 percent free float regulation.

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Artikel Terbaru Indonesia Stock Exchange

  • Indonesian Stocks and Rupiah Exchange Rate Down on Oil Concerns

    The benchmark stock index of Indonesia (Jakarta Composite Index, abbreviated IHSG) declined 0.34 percent to 4,847.70 points on Friday (20/06). Trade was thin on this week’s last trading day with only about 3.4 billion shares - valued at IDR 3.8 trillion (USD $319 million) - being traded on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (well below the average daily value of IDR 6.1 trillion). Foreign investors accounted for 48 percent of total trading, recording net buying worth of IDR 31.3 billion (USD $2.6 million).

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  • ICRA Indonesia’s Monthly Review; an Update on the Indonesian Economy

    ICRA Indonesia’s Monthly Review; an Update on the Indonesian Economy

    ICRA Indonesia, an independent credit rating agency and subsidiary of ICRA Ltd. (associate of Moody's Investors Service), publishes a monthly newsletter which provides an update on the financial and economic developments in Indonesia of the last month. In the May 2014 edition, a number of important topics that are monitored include Indonesia's inflation rate, the trade balance, the BI rate, the IDR rupiah exchange rate, and gross domestic product (GDP) growth. Below is an excerpt of the newsletter:

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  • Foreign Investors Push Indonesia’s Jakarta Composite Index Up

    Although at the end of Wednesday’s trading day (11/06) Indonesia’s benchmark stock index (known as the Jakarta Composite Index or IHSG) was up, the index had been moving in the red zone during most of the day. Moreover, the index did not get support from the Indonesia rupiah exchange rate nor did it get support from Asian stock indices which tended to decline after yesterday’s weakening indices on Wall Street. Fortunately, foreign investors recorded net buying, thus contributing to the 0.52 percent growth of the IHSG to 4,971.95 points.

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  • Indonesia Stock Market Update: 1.25% Rebound on Tuesday

    Just as unexpected as yesterday when the benchmark stock index of Indonesia (known as Jakarta Composite Index or IHSG) fell 1.06 percent amid positive domestic and international circumstances, the IHSG made a surprise rebound on Tuesday’s trading day. Yesterday’s fall was exorbitant and unfounded and today market participants made up for that performance by accumulating stocks that had lost value. As a result the IHSG gained 1.25 percent to 4,946.09 points on Tuesday (10/06).

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  • Stock Market Anomaly: Jakarta Composite Index Declines, but Why?

    Stock Market Anomaly: Jakarta Composite Index Declines, but Why?

    Contrary to most Asian stock indices which were positively influenced by Japan’s higher economic growth as well as rising indices on Wall Street last Friday (06/06), the benchmark stock index of Indonesia (known as the Jakarta Composite Index or IHSG) fell considerably on Monday (09/06). Not even the appreciating Indonesian rupiah exchange rate could push the index back into the green zone. At the end of Monday’s trading day, the Jakarta Composite Index declined 1.06 percent to 4,885.08 points.

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  • Indonesia's Jakarta Composite Index up despite China and Rupiah Concerns

    It was interesting to follow the performance of the benchmark stock index of Indonesia (Jakarta Composite Index, abbreviated IHSG) on Thursday (05/06) as it managed to enter the green zone just minutes ahead of closing. Most of the trading day, the index had been in the red zone as Asian stock indices were mostly down on concerns about economic growth in China, the world's second largest economy. Furthermore, investors are still cautiously following the recent depreciating trend of the Indonesian rupiah.

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  • Indonesia's Benchmark Jakarta Composite Index Declines 0.19%

    Although Indonesian Finance Minister Chatib Basri provided positive news to the market by stating that the country's trade deficit (and co-related current account deficit) will probably not be as large in the second quarter of 2014 (as compared to the same quarter in 2013) as well as an expected increase in Indonesian banks' consumer credit, the benchmark stock index (known as Jakarta Composite Index or IHSG) was unable to rise on Wednesday's trading day (04/06). Particularly local investors were eager to sell their Indonesian shares.

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  • Indonesian Stocks Up but Rupiah Continues Depreciation on Tuesday

    Supported by enthousiastic foreign investors, the benchmark stock index of Indonesia (Jakarta Composite Index or also known as IHSG) managed to climb 0.61 percent to 4,942.16 points on Tuesday (03/06). Particularly consumer, trade and mining stocks were popular on today's trading day. It is interesting to note that this growth happened amid sharp rupiah depreciation as the currency still feels the negative impact of the USD $1.97 billion April 2014 trade deficit that was released yesterday (02/06).

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  • Rupiah Down but Indonesian Stocks Overcome Weak Economic Data

    Rupiah Down but Indonesian Stocks Overcome Weak Economic Data

    Although initially the benchmark stock index of Indonesia (known as Jakarta Composite index or IHSG) fell after the market responded to today's release of Indonesia's April trade deficit and May inflation, the index ended in the green zone due to foreign net buying and general positive Asian indices (influenced by higher stock indices on Wall Street at the end of last week). Particularly Indonesia's big cap stocks in the miscellaneous industry and consumer sectors were popular as these were relatively cheap after having tumbled at the end of last week.

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  • Jakarta Composite Index Declines 1.84% on US Contraction in Q1-2014

    Asian stocks declined on Friday's trading day (30/05) after a government report showed that the US economy - the world's largest economy - shrank by one percent (year-on-year) in the first quarter of 2014, the country's first contraction since early 2011. The contraction was far worse than the initial forecast at 0.1 percent. The main cause of the contraction was the severe winter that hit the USA. The benchmark stock index of Indonesia (Jakarta Composite Index) fell 1.84 percent to 4,893.91 points on Friday (30/05).

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