Half-Day Rest, Composite Stock Price Index Down to 5,844

By : Abraham Sihombing And Aldo Bella Putra | Friday, July 20 2018 - 16:00 IWST

Pengunjung mengamati papan elektronik yang memperlihatkan pergerakan IHSG di gedung BEI (Foto Rizki Meirino)
Pengunjung mengamati papan elektronik yang memperlihatkan pergerakan IHSG di gedung BEI (Foto Rizki Meirino)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Jakarta Composite Index (IDX) fell 0.46% or 27 points to 5,844 at the end of the first trading session on Friday (20/07/2018) compared to the previous day's trading position at the level of 5,871.

The weakening was caused by a decline in the price of 208 shares. In addition, there were 136 stocks up, 119 stagnant and 187 shares not transacted at all. JCI throughout the first session of trading today is moving in the range of 5,842-5,884.

Total trading value across all BEI market segments reached Rp2.5 trillion. It consists of trading value in the Regular Market of Rp2.18 trillion, in Negotiated Market worth Rp313.97 billion and in Cash Market of Rp9.14 million.

Total volume of transactions recorded as much as 42.54 million lots of shares, the result of 150,579 times the transaction. Foreign investors booked net sales of Rp67.93 billion with net sales of 448,385 lots of shares.

Seven of the nine sectoral indices of BEI weakened. The index of the trading sector fell 1.51% or 13.06 points to 851. Then followed by the index of the mining sector and miscellaneous industry sectors eroded 1.22% and 1.13% respectively.

LQ45 stocks that decline in price and become top losers are BBTN whose price is decreased 5.11% or Rp120 to Rp2.230 per unit, SCMA price is eroded 2.76% or Rp60 to Rp2.110 per unit and MNCN that the price shrank by 2.46% or Rp25 to Rp990 per unit.

LQ45 stocks that became top losers were SMGR whose price rose by 3.61% or Rp250 to Rp7,175 per unit, SRIL whose price was raised by 3.49% or Rp12 to Rp356 per unit and LPKR whose price increased 2.56% or Rp10 to Rp400 per unit. (Abraham Sihombing)

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