(OpisBoi‘s Technocopter) Yesterday, JCI barely ends in the 5,700s level. Instead, its weakened for -0.33% and closed at 5,693.39 pts. 8 out of 10 sectors were shrunk, and led by Infrastructure (-0.98%) Consumer (-0.67%) and Basic-Ind (-0.67%). Foreign Investors posted another Net Sell by IDR149bn, from the total of 86,037,892.00 shares traded across the board.
(OpisBoi‘s Technocopter) Indonesia Stocks end lower on Monday’s close. JCI weakened by -0.08% and slipped to 5,712.33 pts, as paired losses from Infrastructure, Property and Consumer sectors which led them low.
Falling stocks outnumbered the declining ones by 182 vs 156, the rest remained in the same level. The market itself, booked a total of 339,089,681.00 shares traded whilst foreign investors recorded a net selling number of IDR6.48tr across the board.
(OpisBoi‘s Technocopter) JCI rose by 0.23% and closed at 5,716.82 pts, with a total of 76,531,164.00 shares traded last Friday. 8 out of 10 sectors gained their positive numbers, led by Infrastructure (1.72%), Mining (0.63%) and Trade (0.36%). Yet, there were 182 sell off shares outnumber the risen stocks by 20% (152 stocks). Where foreign investors posted a net sell of IDR78bn across the board, however they posted a total of IDR 28.72tr since the first trading day of 2017.
(OpisBoi‘s Technocopter) Last Wednesday, JCI barely able to climb back to the 5,700s and slipped at the closing bell by -0.5% to 5,703.43 pts. There were 209 shares declined, mostly led by the financial sectors which were weakened by -0.82% and the other 138 shares rose. Foreign investors booked a total net purchased of IDR11bn across the board, while the market recorded a total value of IDR6.44tr from 94,670,903.00 shares.
(OpisBoi‘s Technocopter) JCI was shrunk by -0.33% and closed slightly below its psychological support (5,745-5,749) at 5,730.61 pts, haled down by Basic Industry and Manufacture which were blown away by -1.24% and -1.22% respectively.
There were 212 shares skidded outnumber the risen ones around 128 stocks. Foreign Investors recorded a total Net Purchased of IDR229bn across the board, whilst the market are making IDR7.38tr from 102,935,327.00 shares traded that day.
(OpisBoi‘s Technocopter) JCI dipped by -0.73% slid at 5,749.45 pts, after recording a new high at 5,874.44. Towed after Consumer, Manufacturing and Mining sectors paired losses by -2.51%, -1.41% and -1.17%, respectively. Market made a total value of IDR7.70tr, taken from 96,733,063.00 number of shares traded. IDR675.86bn Foreign Net Purchased were recorded, across the board.
187 shares managed to post a positive result, outnumber the declining stocks which came at 175 whilst 107 others end at the same price. Where as Properties stocks were hunted by local as well as foreign investors, and tried to push the JCI away from its daily’s critical support at 5,745-5,749. Market Update (May 22, 2017)
(OpisBoi‘s Technocopter) Jakarta Composite Index applaud a new record high at 5,825.21 pts, after S&P raised Indonesia’s sovereign bonds rating from a BBB- to BB+ or entering an investment grade. The Indonesian Benchmark Index surged by 2.59% to 5,791.88 pts, at the closing bell last Friday spurred by Infrastructure (3.54%), Finance (3.45%), Property (2.90%) sectors.
239 shares went north, whilst 102 others were losing their steam and another 120 stocks traded, yet closed in the same price. Foreign Investors posted a net sell at a total of IDR101bn, across the board. As the market booked a total value of IDR 8.38tr, from 88,256,713.00 shares traded last Friday.
(OpisBoi‘s Technocopter) Indonesia Benchmark Index was opened lower, before it finally ends higher and surged by more than half percent (0.53%) and lifted from 5,615.49 pts to closed at 5,645.45 level. HMSP BBCA ASII BMRI, along with Misc-Industry (1.51%) Mining (1.18%) which were painted red before, managed to pull the JCI back from its negative territory. Even when 165 weakened stocks, outnumbered 157 gainer stocks, Foreign Investors posted another IDR393.73bn of net purchase across the board. Whilst the market generate about IDR7.31trn net transaction from a total volume of 84,250,408.00 shares traded that day.
(OpisBoi‘s Technocopter) The Indonesian Benchmark Index was down for more than a half percent (-0.56%) ends at 5,615.49 pts and rested below its uptrend resistance at 5,645, as the Misc-Industry, Mining, Property sectors sagged by -2.27%, -1.38%, -1.21% respectively.
There were 204 shares weakened, outnumbered the 139 advance stocks and the other 108 stocks remain unchanged. About 75,383,295.00 shares traded, where foreign investors booked a total net sold around IDR202.16bn across the board. Selling-tension continues, where as in the same time, most of the heavy weight stocks were pointed lower through all that day.