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  • Indonesia's Listed Companies' Corporate Earnings Reports: FY-2017

    Indonesia's Listed Companies' Corporate Earnings Reports: FY-2017

    Earnings season has arrived again! Here Indonesia Investments presents a selection of full-year 2017 corporate earnings reports of Indonesian companies that are listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX), categorized by sector: (1) agriculture and mining, (2) basic industry and chemicals, (3) miscellaneous industry, (4) consumer goods, (5) property and real estate, (6) infrastructure, utilities and transportation, (7) finance, and (8) trade, services and investment.

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  • Looking Back at 2017: Indonesian Stocks Having a Good Year

    Looking Back at 2017: Indonesian Stocks Having a Good Year

    The year 2017 already finished for equity investors and therefore we can take a look back at the performance of Indonesia's benchmark Jakarta Composite Index over the past 12 months. Indonesian stocks, generally, had a good year, with the benchmark index rising 19.99 percent to close 2017 at 6,355.65 points, a new all-time record high.

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  • Indonesian Stocks at Record High Despite Foreign Outflows

    Indonesian Stocks at Record High Despite Foreign Outflows

    After touching a new all-time record high level last week, analysts are optimistic that Indonesia's benchmark Jakarta Composite Index will surpass the psychological level of 6,000.00 points later this year. Last Friday (25/08) the benchmark index of Indonesia reached 5,915.36 points, a new record, while market capitalization touched IDR 6,481.8 trillion (approx. USD $483.9 billion).

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  • What are Indonesia's Biggest Listed Companies in 2017?

    What are Indonesia's Biggest Listed Companies in 2017?

    While the Jakarta Composite Index has been touching record high levels recently, there emerged a new leader on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Indonesia's largest telecommunication and network provider Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Telkom) is now the largest company in Indonesia in terms of market capitalization on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. It replaced tobacco manufacturer HM Sampoerna that fell to third position.

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  • Corporate Earnings Reports Indonesia's Listed Companies 2016

    Corporate Earnings Reports Indonesia's Listed Companies FY 2016

    Here Indonesia Investments presents a selection of corporate earnings reports over full-year 2016 of Indonesian companies that are listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX), categorized by sector: (1) agriculture and mining, (2) basic industry and chemicals, (3) miscellaneous industry, (4) consumer goods, (5) property and real estate, (6) infrastructure, utilities and transportation, (7) finance, and (8) trade, services and investment. The tables below display both net profit (or loss) and revenues, together with year-on-year (yoy) growth.

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  • Should the Indonesia Stock Exchange Lower the IPO Costs?

    Should the Indonesia Stock Exchange Lower the IPO Costs?

    In order to make an initial public offering (IPO) in Indonesia more attractive the Indonesia Stock Exchange is advised to make this corporate move less expensive for companies. Also the annual listing fee as well as the deposit that needs to be paid to the Financial Services Authority (OJK) need to be revised in order to encourage more local companies to conduct an IPO in Indonesia. Although being Southeast Asia's largest economy, the number of listed companies in Indonesia is far below the number of listed companies in Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia.

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  • Stock Market & Rupiah Indonesia: Long Period of Uncertainty Ahead?

    Stock Market & Rupiah Indonesia: Long Period of Uncertainty Ahead?

    Indonesia's benchmark Jakarta Composite Index experienced another tough day on Monday (14/11). After Indonesian stocks plunged 4.01 percent on Friday, stocks fell another 2.2 percent today. Not only Indonesia, but most Asian markets are hit by the selloff, particularly the emerging markets of Southeast Asia. Investors are re-evaluating their emerging market assets now Donald Trump has been elected the next US president (and who can rely on a Republican-controlled US Congress). To make matters worse, current uncertainty is expected to persist in the next couple of months.

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  • Indonesian Stocks Fall 1.41% on Uncertainty about US Election

    Indonesian Stocks Fall 1.41% on Uncertainty about US Election

    Indonesian assets were the worst performers in Asia on Thursday's trading day (03/11). Indonesia's benchmark Jakarta Composite Index (IHSG) fell 1.41 percent to 5,329.50 points, the largest single-day drop in the past two months. The performance of Indonesia was in line with the regional (and global) trend. Over the past couple of days a worldwide selloff occurred as polls indicate that the US presidential race between Hillary Clinton (Democrats) and Donald Trump (Republicans) is tighter than initially assumed.

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  • Stock Market Update Indonesia: Down on ECB, Nuclear Test & GDP Growth

    Stock Market Update Indonesia: Down on ECB, Nuclear Test & GDP Growth

    In line with the performance of most stocks in Asia, Indonesia's benchmark Jakarta Composite Index plunged 1.66 percent to 5,281.92 points on Friday (09/09). Several matters brought negative market sentiments to Asia: the European Central Bank (ECB) seems unwilling to boost asset purchases, North Korea conducted its fifth nuclear test, while Indonesia's central bank announced that the nation's retail sales expanded at a slower pace in July 2016. Meanwhile, the Indonesian rupiah depreciated 0.34 percent to IDR 13,108 per US dollar (Bloomberg Dollar Index).

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  • Financial Market Update Indonesia: What Happened Last Week?

    Financial Market Update Indonesia: What Happened Last Week?

    Many things happened this week. A devastating terror attack in Nice (France) killed at least 84 people, while - at the time of writing - a coup attempt occurred in Turkey (that seems to have failed). However, these events have little impact on the performance of global stocks and currencies (with the obvious exception of the Turkish lira). Wall Street touched record highs, while Indonesian stocks rose to a 13-month high and the Indonesian rupiah strengthened to a four-month high. Lets take a closer look at the performance of these markets over the past week.

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