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  • Stock Market Update: Asian Equities Rally on OPEC Oil Production Cut

    Stock Market Update: Asian Equities Rally on Oil Production Cut

    For the first time since 2008 the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) agreed to cut crude oil output on Wednesday (30/11) with especially Saudi Arabia ready to accept a big cut in national oil production. "Unlimited" crude oil production led to the supply glut that gave rise to persistently low oil prices and deflationary pressures. Asian stocks climbed on the back of this oil production cut. In early Asian trading on Thursday (01/12), gainers were led by mining, oil and coal producers.

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  • Indonesian Stocks Continue to Slide on Tuesday, Rupiah Stronger

    Indonesian Stocks Continue to Slide on Tuesday, Rupiah Stronger

    Indonesian stocks continued to decline on Tuesday (15/11), for the third consecutive day. After a promising start - Indonesia's Jakarta Composite Index (IHSG) rose about 1 percent in today's first trading session - the index finished the day down 0.73 percent to 5,078.50 points. Key matters that cause this selloff are the US dollar approaching a 14-year high as well as expectation of rising inflation in the USA now Donald Trump has been elected next US president. This cocktail gives rise to capital outflows from emerging markets to the USA.

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  • Indonesian Stocks & Rupiah Again Under Pressure, Trump Effect

    Indonesian Stocks & Rupiah Again Under Pressure, Trump Effect

    Donald Trump becoming US president causes investors to re-evaluate emerging market assets, and Indonesia is among the biggest victims. Trump is eager to make the USA "great again", partly by using the protectionist approach. Considering Trump may be supported by the Republican-controlled US Congress, investors see a real chance for realization of Trump's plans (which include infrastructure development, tax cuts, as well as the exiting of free trade and environment deals). This has a big impact on emerging markets.

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  • Stock Market & Rupiah Update Indonesia: US Election Jitters

    Stock Market & Rupiah Update Indonesia: US Election Jitters

    Asian stocks are under heavy pressure on Wednesday (02/11) as the latest polls in the USA are suggesting that the US presidential race between market favorite Hillary Clinton and controversial candidate Donald Trump is closer than initially expected. Narrowing polls cause concern about future US economic policy after the election on 8 November 2016. Earlier, Trump expressed criticism on the Federal Reserve, claiming that the US central bank is engaged in politics by maintaining the loose monetary policy.

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  • Lamicitra Nusantara to Delist from Indonesia Stock Exchange

    Lamicitra Nusantara to Delist from Indonesia Stock Exchange

    Indonesian property and real estate developer Lamicitra Nusantara announced its plan to delist from the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX). Another listed company will also voluntarily delist from the IDX. However, Samsul Hidayat, Director of Corporate Listing at the IDX, refrained from naming this company. He did confirm that two companies - including Lamicitra Nusantara - have visited the IDX to discuss the delisting.

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  • Indonesia Stock Exchange Announces 2017 Targets

    Indonesia Stock Exchange Announces 2017 Targets

    The Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) targets to see a total of 35 initial public offerings (IPOs) in 2017. To achieve this target the IDX will raise efforts to encourage Indonesian companies to go public. Besides these IPOs, the IDX also targets to see 60 companies to conduct a rights issue next year. These targets were announced by IDX Director Tito Sulistio after the extraordinary general meeting on Thursday (20/10). So far in 2016, only 12 companies went public in Indonesia. This poor score is the result of high uncertainty on the global financial markets.

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  • Indonesia Stock Market & Rupiah Update: Leading Declines in Asia

    Indonesia Stock Market & Rupiah Update: Leading Declines in Asia

    Indonesian assets are leading declines in Asia on Wednesday's trading day (05/10) as (global) markets are digesting the latest reports that the European Central Bank (ECB) may withdraw its bond buying program, while statements from US Federal Reserve officials strengthened the case for a Fed Funds Rate hike before the year-end. Lastly, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) cut its forecast for US economic growth in 2016 to 1.6 percent (y/y) from its earlier estimate of 2.2 percent (y/y).

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  • Stock Market Indonesia: Aneka Tambang Wins IDX Best Blue 2016

    Stock Market Indonesia: Aneka Tambang Wins IDX Best Blue 2016

    The Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) ranked state-controlled mining company Aneka Tambang (or, Antam) as "the IDX Best Blue 2016". This ranking determines the best performing companies - listed on the IDX - in the period September 2015 to August 2016 based on matters including fundamental analyses, IDX monitoring, investor confidence, and active trading. Antam will have a template hanging on the walls of all IDX branches across Indonesia, a move that should encourage other listed companies to enhance their corporate performance.

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  • Indonesia Stock Market & Rupiah Update: Great Performance Today

    Indonesia Stock Market & Rupiah Update: Great Performance Today

    Indonesian assets performed very well on Monday (03/10). Indonesia's benchmark Jakarta Composite Index surged 1.85 percent to 5,463.92 points, while the Indonesian rupiah appreciated 0.46 percent to IDR 12,983 per US dollar (Bloomberg Dollar Index). Overall, assets are improving worldwide due to easing concerns about the Deutsche Bank case, stabilizing oil prices, and China's stabilizing manufacturing activity. Indonesian assets, however, performed best supported by the government's successful tax amnesty program.

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  • Indonesia Stock Exchange Pushes for Dual Listing in New York

    Indonesia Stock Exchange Pushes for Dual Listing in New York

    The Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) encourages those companies listed in Indonesia to list their shares on other exchanges as well, particularly the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Through such dual listings Indonesian companies can manage to attract more global attention and investors. IDX President Director Tito Sulistio said the IDX has sent 100 invitations to locally-listed companies to visit the NYSE in order to learn more about the possibility to engage in a dual listing.

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  • Indonesia's Stock Index Falls due to Chinese and American Economic Data

    The Jakarta Composite Index (IHSG) did not make a good start on the first trading day of the new week. Similar to last week's Monday, it were falling American stock indices on Friday that impacted on Monday's IHSG performance: US Retail Sales, Michigan Consumer Sentiment, and commodity prices were topics that were not well-received by market players. Moreover, weak economic data from China made many foreign investor decide to sell their Indonesian assets.

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  • Why Will the Jakarta Composite Index Have Another Volatile Week?

    Last week, I discussed the composition of the ten largest Indonesian companies by market capitalization. For this week's column I have decided to zoom in on the performance of Indonesia's main stock index (IHSG), which has been highly volatile in the last week. It seems like its trend for the upcoming short-term has changed from an upward into a sideward trend. While the Dow Jones Index has been setting new records, the IHSG is showing some signs of fatigue.

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  • Indonesia's Stock Index (IHSG) Rises on a Wave of Global Optimism

    Rising American stock indices on Wednesday provided solid support for stock indices around Asia the following day, including Indonesia's main index (IHSG). Amid this global positivity, market players were eager to add stocks to their portfolios. News from Japan, China and the Indonesian central bank's announcement to maintain its low benchmark interest rate were well-received, particularly by domestic market players. It made the IHSG rise to 4,924.26, a 0.96 percent gain.

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  • Despite Rising Asian Stock Indices, Indonesia's IHSG Falls 0.45 Percent

    Although most Asian stock indices went up on Wednesday (10 April 2013), the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IHSG) could not cling on to their movement. In fact, even the main index of South Korea, a country plagued by political tensions, reported a rise. The IHSG was not able to follow suit due to investors' profit taking. Foreign market participants recorded a net sell, particularly Indonesia's blue chip stocks, which caused the index to end at 4,877.48, a 0.45 percent fall.

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  • Despite Growth Some Issues Block Indonesia's Financial and Property Stocks

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    In its most recent report, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) forecasts Indonesia to continue its robust economic growth. Last year, the economy of Indonesia expanded 6.23 percent, and according to the ADB this figure will rise to 6.4 percent in 2013 and 6.6 percent in 2014. However, since the start of April there have been some issues that are causing Indonesia's stock indices to go down. Although believed to be only temporary, it is worth taking a closer look.

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  • A Small Gain for the Jakarta Composite Index (IHSG) Amid Global Positivity

    On Monday, the Dow Jones Index gained as corporate results of Q1-2013 are estimated to be good. This subsequently had a positive impact on Asian stock indices on Tuesday, including Indonesia's main index (IHSG). Moreover, positive news from both Australia and China were well-received as well as the higher metal price (reflected by Hong Kong's rising Hang Seng Index). Amid this positivity, investors took the opportunity to enlarge their stock portfolios.

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  • US Nonfarm Payrolls, China's Bird Flu and Korean Tension Weaken the IHSG

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    Last week Friday, American stock markets were not able to maintain a positive trend due to Nonfarm Payrolls that increased below expectation. Moreover, concerns about a spreading bird flu epidemic in China in combination with increased political tensions in Korea impacted on Monday's trading day (8 April 2013) of the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IHSG). The index had to absorb a sell-off, thus closing lower to 4,897.52, an 0.58 percent decline.

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  • Weekly Review: Indonesia Stock Exchange (IHSG) Experiences a Volatile Week

    Reza Priyambada Indonesia Stock Exchange - Indonesia Investments

    The Indonesia Stock Exchange (IHSG) experienced a mixed week. At the start of the week, the index rose, but towards the end of the week it weakened, although ending in the green on Friday. Recently, the IHSG has hit record levels, and this makes market participants worried that the index might fall in case there emerge negative market sentiments. These concerns are what made the index turn away from the next psychological boundary: 5,000 points.

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  • Indonesia's Overbought Market Fails to Reach Beyond Next Psychological Level

    On Thursday 4 April 2013, market players were hoping that the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IHSG) would climb beyond the psychological level of 5,000. However, the presence of negative market sentiments - and the overbought condition of the IHSG - were used as reasons to engage in profit taking. It consequently pushed down Indonesia's main financial market indicator to the level of 4,922.61, an 1.18 percent fall compared to Wednesday's trading day.

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  • Despite Mixed Asian Stock Markets, Indonesia's Index Posts New Record High

    Despite positive results of monthly US Factory Orders and Economic Optimism, it did not support Asian stock markets up to the end of Wednesday's trading day. The Indonesia Stock Exchange (IHSG), on the other hand, maintained its upward movement to reach 4,981.47, a 0.49 percent gain. Matters that supported the IHSG's performance to yet another new record high level, were well-received 2012 company reports as well as expected dividend payouts.

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