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Today's Headlines IPO

  • E-Commerce Giant Bukalapak to Become Indonesia’s First Listed Tech Startup Unicorn

    In recent months most attention went to the merger of Indonesian ‘superapp’ Gojek and e-commerce giant Tokopedia – including their plans to conduct an initial public offering (IPO) on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX). But we should not forget that another Indonesian e-commerce giant (and tech startup unicorn), called Bukalapak, is scheduled to list on the IDX on 6 August 2021.

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  • Mega-Merger in Indonesia: Gojek & Tokopedia Announce Establishment of Holding

    Although we already discussed the (then-looming) merger between Aplikasi Karya Anak Bangsa (Gojek) and Tokopedia in detail in our January 2021 report, we do feel it is justified to cover this topic once more – albeit slightly more succinct this time – since it is now official (announced on 17 May 2021) that both sides re to merge, thus creating a massive entity (named GoTo) with an impressive and unique ecosystem.

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  • Great Harvest: Number of IPOs on the Indonesia Stock Exchange Could Reach 65 in 2018

    So far in 2018 a total of 51 Indonesian companies made their trading debuts on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX), hence effectively completing their initial public offering (IPO). This is a remarkable number as well as a significant increase from 37 successful IPOs in 2017, and 14 in 2016. Moreover, the big number of IPOs in Indonesia this year is particularly remarkable considering there is plenty of uncertainty lurking about in global and domestic markets.

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  • IPO Urban Jakarta Propertindo on the Indonesia Stock Exchange

    Urban Jakarta Propertindo, a Jakarta-based property developer that focuses on the integration between property development and the availability of public transportation, will offer 600 million shares - equivalent to 16.85 percent of the company's total shares - to the public through an initial public offering (IPO) on the Indonesia Stock Exchange.

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  • Great Demand for IPO Superkrane Mitra Utama on Indonesia Stock Exchange

    Superkrane Mitra Utama, the biggest heavy equipment construction and equipment rental company in Indonesia, is scheduled to make its trading debut on the Indonesia Stock Exchange on 11 October 2018. The initial public offering (IPO) of the company appeals to investor appetite as the IPO is reportedly oversubscribed 9.9 times.

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  • Andira Agro to List on Indonesia Stock Exchange on Thursday

    Andira Agro, an Indonesia-based company that owns, operates, and manages palm oil plantations as well as one crude palm oil mill, is set to make its trading debut on the Indonesia Stock Exchange on Thursday (16/08). The offering price for the company's initial public offering (IPO) is set at IDR 200 per share.

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  • MD Pictures Makes Trading Debut on the Indonesia Stock Exchange

    Indonesia-based film production house MD Pictures made its trading debut on Tuesday (07/08). It was a success as the company's shares soared nearly 50 percent, meaning the auto reject system kicked in. MD Pictures is the 31st company to have completed its initial public offering (IPO) on the Indonesia Stock Exchange so far in 2018. There are now 595 companies listed on the local bourse in Indonesia.

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  • IPO News Indonesia: Food Producer GarudaFood to List in 2018?

    Before the end of 2018 we might be witnessing the trading debut of a "giant company" in Indonesia. Reportedly, food and beverage producer GarudaFood is preparing its initial public offering (IPO) on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Next week the company, which is part of the Tudung Group (established by Darmo Putro), is expected to conduct a mini expose at the Indonesia Stock Exchange.

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Latest Columns IPO

  • Increased Foreign Investment in Indonesia's Stock Market in Quarter 1 - 2013

    Foreign investment in Indonesia has maintained its steady pace in the first quarter of 2013. Ahead of next year's presidential and legislative elections, which trigger uncertainties about the future course of the country, foreigners have bought more Indonesian stocks in Q1-2013 than in the four quarters of 2012 combined. Moreover, foreign direct investments (FDIs) have increased by 27 percent (YoY) in Q1-2013 and show an interesting shift towards Indonesia's manufacturing sector.

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  • Speculation about Cyprus Agreement Causes a Rise in Asian Stock Markets

    After speculation began to spread that an agreement would be reached between Cyprus and Troika (made up of the European Union, the European Central Bank and the IMF), Asian stock markets went up, including the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IHSG). Despite foreigners' appetite for selling Indonesian assets, the index rose as it was lifted by domestic market participants' appetite for purchasing those stocks that experienced a fall on the previous trading day.

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