Half-Day Rest, Composite Stock Price Index Crushed to 5.862

By : Abraham Sihombing And Aldo Bella Putra | Tuesday, July 17 2018 - 16:05 IWST

Gedung PT Media Nusantara Citra Tbk (MNCN). (Foto: IST)
Gedung PT Media Nusantara Citra Tbk (MNCN). (Foto: IST)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - The Jakarta Composite Index (IDX) closed down 0.72% or 43 points to 5,862 in the first trading session on Tuesday (17/07/2018) compared to the previous day's trading at 5,905.

The weakening of the JCI on the afternoon break was triggered by a decline in the price of 199 shares. In addition, there were 179 shares up, 110 shares stagnant and 162 shares not transacted. JCI in the first session of trading today moved in the range of 5,847-5,884.

Total trading value across all BEI market segments reached Rp4.18 trillion. It consists of trading value in the Regular Market of Rp2.52 trillion, in Negotiated Market of Rp1, 66 trillion and in the Cash Market of Rp161, 79 million.

The total volume of transactions recorded as many as 45.99 million transactions, the result of 194,802 times the transaction. Foreign investors booked net sales of Rp507.56 billion with net sales of 1.02 million lots.

Six of the nine indexes of BEI weakened. Index of miscellaneous industry sector experienced the deepest decline, which is equal to 1.76% or 20.62 points to the position of 1.154. Then followed by index of financial sector and mining sector which each eroded 1,66% and 0,72%.

LQ45 stocks that decline in price and become top losers are BMRI whose price is eroded3.44% or Rp225 to Rp6.325 per unit, INDY whose price shrinks 3.06% or Rp100 to Rp3.170 per unit and BBRI whose price drops 3.03% or Rp90 to Rp2,880 per unit.

Meanwhile, LQ45 stocks that became the top gainers were MNCN whose price rose by 4.35% or Rp40 to Rp960 per unit, WSKT whose price increased by 4.34% or Rp80 to Rp1,925 per unit and PGAS which cost up 4, 27% or Rp70 to Rp1,710 per unit. (Abraham Sihombing)

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