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Today's Headlines IDX

  • Indonesia Stock Exchange Urges HM Sampoerna to Issue More Shares

    Indonesia Stock Exchange Urges HM Sampoerna to Issue More Shares

    With the new minimum requirement regarding the free float of shares (the portion of shares that are in the hands of public investors) at 7.5 percent of a company’s total enlarged capital, the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) urges companies that do not meet this requirement to conduct a rights issue in order to raise the number of publicly issued shares. One of these companies is HM Sampoerna, Indonesia's largest tobacco company. Currently, 98.18 percent of the company is owned by international cigarette and tobacco giant Philip Morris.

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  • New Minimum Share Requirement and Listing Fee for Listed Companies

    The Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) will increase the minimum ratio of shares that need to be listed on the IDX by a listed company. Through Regulatory No. I-A regarding the Listing of Shares & Equity Securities other than Shares Issued by Listed Companies (Peraturan Nomor I-A tentang Pencatatan Saham dan Efek Bersifat Ekuitas yang Diterbutkan oleh Perusahaan Tercatat), the minimum ratio of publicly issued shares is 7.5% of a company's total enlarged capital. If companies will not comply, they may face de-listing from the IDX.

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  • Wika Beton Preparing IPO on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in Q1-2014

    Wika Beton Preparing IPO on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in Q1-2014

    Wika Beton, a subsidiary of majority state-owned construction company Wijaya Karya, will sell over 20 percent of its enlarged capital in an initial public offering (IPO) on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) in the first quarter of 2014. The company, which has appointed Bahana Securities, Mandiri Sekuritas, Danareksa Sekuritas and Sucorinvest Central Gani to act as underwriters for the IPO, expects a 20 percent increase (yoy) in revenue to IDR 2.4 trillion in 2013, and targets a similar growth rate in 2014.

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  • Bank Panin Syariah First New Listed Company on Indonesia Stock Exchange

    On Wednesday (15/01), the first new listing of 2014 on the Indonesia Stock Exchange was conducted. Bank Panin Syariah, provider of Islamic banking services and subsidiary of Bank Panin, became a listed company (with listed company code PNBS). Through the initial public offering (IPO), the financial institution is looking for additional capital to meet the central bank's requirement to become a BUKU 2 type of bank (see explanation below). The company aims to reap IDR 475 billion (USD $39.6 million) through the release of 4.75 billion shares.

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  • Indonesia Stock Exchange Expects 30 Companies to Conduct IPO in 2014

    Indonesia Stock Exchange Expects 30 Companies to Conduct IPO in 2014

    Same as last year's result, the Indonesia Stock Exchange expects 30 Indonesian companies to conduct an initial public offering (IPO) in 2014. Ito Warsito, Director of the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX), said that 15 companies are targeted to become listed on the exchange in the first half of 2014. In January 2014, Link Net, Bank Panin Syariah, Bank Ina Perdana as well as Asuransi Mitra Maparya are expected to become listed companies as they have already been granted approval for this corporate action.

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  • Indomobil Multi Jasa is the 28th IPO on Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2013

    Indomobil Multi Jasa is the 28th IPO on Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2013

    Yesterday (10/12), the 28th initial public listing (IPO) in 2013 on Indonesia's Stock Exchange was conducted. Financing company Indomobil Multi Jasa - with company code IMJS - offered 450 million shares, or 10.4 percent of its stake, to the public with a price tag of IDR 500 per share. The company is a subsidiary of Indomobil Sukses Internasional (IMAS), Indonesia's second-largest automotive distributor after Astra International. Through the IPO, the company aims to obtain IDR 225 billion for business expansion.

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  • Indonesian Rupiah Exchange Rate Continues Downslide on Wednesday

    The Indonesian rupiah exchange rate maintained its downward trend on Wednesday (27/11). Bank Indonesia's mid rate depreciated 0.41 percent to IDR 11,813 per US dollar. Investors remain concerned about Indonesia's wide current account deficit. Today, Finance Minister Chatib Basri said that the current account deficit will be around USD $30 billion by the end of 2013, significantly up from USD $24 billion at the end of 2012. In the third quarter of 2013, the current account deficit was USD $8.4 billion (3.8 percent of Indonesia's GDP).

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  • Dayaindo Resources International Delists from Indonesia Stock Exchange

    Dayaindo Resources International (listed code: KARK), an Indonesian natural resources and mining, renewable energy and infrastructure investment company, will be delisted from the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) on 27 December 2013. Procedures for the delisting started today (Wednesday 27/11). In July 2013, the IDX had already temporarily suspended trading in shares of Dayaindo Resources International due to the company's outstanding debt to several creditors.

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  • Indonesia's Financial Services Authority (OJK) Studying IPO Adjustments

    The Financial Services Authority of Indonesia (Otoritas Jasa Keuangan, abbreviated OJK) is studying the possibility to raise the minimum ratio of shares that has to be offered to the public for an initial public offering (IPO) to 30 percent. Currently, a company that conducts an IPO on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) needs to offer at least 10 percent of its enlarged capital to the public. Previously, the stock exchange had suggested to raise the minimum ratio to 20 percent. However, the OJK seems eager to push the boundary higher.

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  • QE3 and BI Rate Concerns Impact on Indonesia's Stock Index and Rupiah

    QE3 and BI Rate Concerns Impact on Indonesia's Stock Index and Rupiah

    Concerns about the looming end of the Federal Reserve's monthly USD $85 billion stimulus program (known as quantitative easing or QE3) in combination with the deteriorating domestic economy of Indonesia has caused Indonesia's benchmark stock index (IHSG) to plunge 1.95 percent in the first trading session of 13 November 2013. The Indonesian rupiah exchange rate depreciated 0.28 percent to IDR 11,600 according to Bloomberg. These developments happen one day after the decision of Indonesia's central bank to raise the BI rate to 7.50 percent.

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Latest Columns IDX

  • Small Gain for the IHSG after the Chinese New Year Celebrations

    It seems that the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IHSG) was blessed by the Chinese new year celebrations as it closed higher on Monday than on the previous trading day. This is a better performance than usual on the days around the new year. If we take a look at the period 2008-2012, the IHSG declined three times on the day before new year, and twice on the day after. This year, the IHSG declined on the day before by -0.26% and increased by 0.27 on the day after.

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  • A Small Loss for the Indonesia Stock Exchange Despite Positive Global Sentiments

    After rallying for three days to try to end on a new resistance level, the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IHSG) finally had to retreat. As we suspected, the index weakened after its record high. Moreover, American and European indices were weak on Thursday, thus influencing the performance of the IHSG on Friday. Lastly, a number of Asian companies reported weak corporate reports that subsequently impacted on Asian stock indices, including the IHSG.

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  • Have We Landed on a New Resistance Level?

    After three days of trying to reach a new resistance level, the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IHSG) finally ended above the level of 4500. Actually, it does not mark a new phenomenon as the IHSG had reached 4518.95 at the start of the week. However, back then it could not hold that level for long due to selling pressures. Despite mostly negative Asian stock indices, the IHSG managed to gain in strength as European stock markets opened positively, and due to many promising results of Indonesian companies.

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  • Strong Demand for Mining Stocks Pushes IHSG Upwards

    The positive response of Asian stock markets towards manufacture data from Europe, and the rebound of American and European stocks turned the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IHSG) back into green territory. Positive market sentiments impacted - as usual - on commodity stocks, particularly mining stocks, and which thus gained the most: Vale Indonesia (INCO), Antam (ANTM), Timah (TINS), and Resource Alam Indonesia (KKGI) all increased significantly.

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  • Despite Risks of Profit Taking, the IHSG Keeps Moving Upwards

    After experiencing various sentiments as well as profit taking, the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IHSG) eventually ended higher today than it had closed on Friday. During the trading day, however, it looked like it would end negatively for a while. Mixed Asian stock indices and fears of decline after the IHSG had reached record highs, made the index vulnerable. But due to strong purchases by foreigners and the impact of the positive openings of European stock indices, the IHSG booked a small gain.

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