Half-Day Rest, JCI Crushed 107 Points to 6,574

By : Abraham Sihombing And Aldo Bella Putra | Tuesday, January 30 2018 - 23:00 IWST

PT Summarecon Agung Tbk (SMRA) (Foto Dok Industry.co.id)
PT Summarecon Agung Tbk (SMRA) (Foto Dok Industry.co.id)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - (IHSG) Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) at the end of the first trading session on Tuesday (30/01/2018) closed down 1.59% or 107 points to 6,574 positions compared to the position at the close of trading yesterday at the level of 6680.

In the first session of trading today, JCI moved in the range 6,574-6,675. There were 301 stocks falling in price, 93 stocks rose, 90 stagnant shares and 129 shares were not transacted at all.

The total value of transactions across the entire BEI market segment in the first session of trading today reached Rp5.42 trillion. It consists of transaction value in Regular Market worth Rp4.75 trillion, Negotiated Market amounting to Rp666.33 billion and Cash Market worth Rp 1.14 million.

Total trading volume in the first session of today recorded 79.86 million lots of shares. Foreign investors recorded net sales of Rp430.60 billion. But they still booked a net purchase of 212,532 lots of shares.

All indexes of BEI index weakened. Index of mining sector experienced the biggest decline, that is equal to 2,79% or 56,87 points to position 1,983 and followed by index of consumer sector and index of infrastructure sector which each eroded 2.02% and 1.93%.

LQ45 stocks that decline in price and become top losers are INCO whose price is down 4.92% or Rp190 to Rp3,670 per unit, BMTR which cost shrinks 4,86% or Rp35 to Rp685 per unit and PGAS which price cut 4 , 82% or Rp120 to Rp2,370 per unit.

Meanwhile, LQ45 stocks that became top gainers were SMRA whose price increased by 1.33% or Rp15 to Rp1.140 per unit. It also makes SMRA the only share in the LQ45 index group that experienced an increase in price in the first session of trading today. (Abraham Sihombing)

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