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  • Corporate Earnings Reports Indonesia Q3-2018: Bank Mandiri

    Corporate Earnings Reports Indonesia Q3-2018: Bank Mandiri

    Bank Mandiri, one of the biggest financial institutions in Indonesia and the sixth-largest company that is listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (in terms of market capitalization), saw its net profit rise 20 percent year-on-year (y/y) to IDR 18.1 trillion (approx. USD $1.2 billion) up to and including the third quarter of 2018.

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  • Link Between Dividend Payouts & Depreciation of Indonesian Rupiah

    Link Between Dividend Payouts & Depreciation of Indonesian Rupiah

    At least 11 listed companies on the Indonesia Stock Exchange announced that they are ready to payout dividends to shareholders in the upcoming March-April dividend season. However, the traditional dividend season also implies rising pressures on the rupiah exchange rate as a significant number of shareholders are foreign investors.

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  • Credit Growth, Profit & NPL Ratio of Indonesian Banks Improve in Q3

    Credit Growth, Profit & NPL Ratio of Indonesian Banks Improve in Q3

    Several big state-controlled banks in Indonesia posted double-digit profit growth in the third quarter of 2017, extending the positive corporate performance that was posted by these banks in the preceding quarters. This performance comes on the back of sliding reserves in line with rising credit growth, an improvement in the quality of banks' loans and lower non-performing loan (NPL) ratios.

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  • Shareholders Bank Mandiri Approve 1:2 Stock Split

    Shareholders Bank Mandiri Approve 1:2 Stock Split

    At the extraordinary general meeting (EGM) shareholders of Bank Mandiri on Monday (21/08) the proposed 1:2 stock split was approved. The stock split will come into effect per September 2017. Bank Mandiri, state-controlled yet listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange, is one of the largest banks in Indonesia as well as one of the top ten largest companies in terms of market capitalization on the Indonesia Stock Exchange.

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  • Indonesia's Big Cap Stocks in Remainder 2017; Buy, Hold or Sell?

    Indonesia's Big Cap Stocks in Remainder 2017; Buy, Hold or Sell?

    Riska Afriani, analyst at OSO Sekuritas, believes Indonesia's big cap stocks have limited room to advance in the remainder of 2017 because they have already shown significant growth so far in 2017 (in line with the rising benchmark Jakarta Composite Index that touched a record high in July 2017). However, some big caps may still show some more marked movement than others.

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  • Bank Mandiri to Issue USD $250 Million of Global Rupiah Bonds

    Bank Mandiri to Issue USD $250 Million of Global Rupiah Bonds

    State-controlled, yet listed, financial institution Bank Mandiri plans to issue global bonds with a nominal value of approximately USD $250 million or IDR 3.33 trillion (exchange rate of USD $1 = IDR 13,321) before the end of 2017. Kartika Wirjoatmodjo, President Director of Bank Mandiri, said the company chose global rupiah-denominated bonds because it considers the supply of bonds in the domestic market currently too high. In fact, the supply outpaces existing demand.

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  • Corporate Earnings Indonesia H1-2017: Bank Mandiri

    Corporate Earnings Indonesia H1-2017: Bank Mandiri

    Overall, the banking industry of Indonesia is setting a good performance in 2017 supported by rising credit growth and a lower non-performing loan (NPL) ratio. State-controlled (yet listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange) financial institution Bank Mandiri, the largest Indonesian bank by assets, reported a 33.7 percent year-on-year (y/y) increase in net income to IDR 9.5 trillion (approx. USD $714 million) in the first half of 2017.

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  • Biggest Publicly Listed Indonesian Companies Did Well in 2016

    Biggest Publicly Listed Indonesian Companies Did Well in 2016

    After having experienced overall weakening corporate earnings in 2015, Indonesia's largest companies saw rising net profit in full-year 2016 (in line with Indonesia's accelerating macroeconomic expansion last year). Of the ten biggest Indonesian companies (biggest in terms of largest market capitalization on the Indonesia Stock Exchange) only cigarette manufacturer Gudang Garam is yet to release its full-year 2016 financial results. The combined results of the other nine showed a marked improvement from the situation one year earlier.

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  • Palapa Ring Project Indonesia: Construction West Section to Start

    Palapa Ring Project Indonesia: Construction West Section to Start

    The West section of Indonesia's Palapa Ring project is ready for construction according to the Indonesian Communication and Information Ministry. The majority of funds for the West Palapa Ring section - estimated to require IDR 1.28 trillion (approx. USD $97 million) in total - are ready to be disbursed. The Palapa Ring project, which consists of three sections (the West, Central and East sections), is one of Indonesia's priority infrastructure projects. It involves a huge undersea fiber-optic cable network that will offer faster broadband to the entire archipelago.

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