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The rise of Jakarta Stock Index after the long Eidul Fitri break


Jakarta Composite Index

Warren Buffet once mentioned the key to success in stock is to be afraid when everyone is so in lust, and be lust when everyone is worried.

The same situation right now, where the stock market is going back to its strength. In this term, I talk about the position in the stock market that I follow personally as a player in the financial market.

After such a long break of Eidul Fitri in Indonesia, the Composite Stock Price Index (CSPI) ended the first session of trading on Tuesday (11/6) in the positive area despite continuing to move in the red zone in the early two hours of trading. The JCI edged up 7.36 points or 0.12% to 6,296.97.

The group movements of seven sectors

Seven sectors raised the Jakarta Composite Index from the negative area. For instance, the infrastructure sector rose 0.53%,
mining sector rose 0.43%, the consumer goods sector rose 0.20%. The financial sector rose 0.18%, and the trade sector climbed 0.10%.

There are still three sectors that fell until this afternoon. The various industrial sectors dropped 1.33%. The construction sector fell by 0.1%, and the manufacturing industry fell 0.08%.

The total stock transaction volume until this afternoon reached 7.68 billion shares with a transaction value of Rp 3.98 trillion. A total of 201 shares rose, 173 shares fell in price, and 130 shares were flat.

The top gainers of LQ45 this afternoon are:

  1. PT Vale Indonesia Tbk (INCO) 5%
  2. PT Media Nusantara Citra Tbk (MNCN) 4.17%
  3. PT Chandra Asri Petrochemical Tbk (TPIA) 2.75%

LQ45 top losers consist of:

  1. PT Barito Pacific Tbk (BRPT) -2.82%
  2. PT Charoen Pokphand Indonesia Tbk (CPIN) -1.80%
  3. PT Bumi Serpong Damai Tbk (BSDE) -1.75%

Foreign investors recorded net purchases of Rp. 47.96 billion in all markets. Shares with the largest foreign net purchases were Rp. 80 billion, PT Bank Central Asia Tbk (BBCA), Rp. 54.2 billion, PT Bank Mandiri Tbk (BMRI), and Rp. 27.1 billion, PT Semen Indonesia Tbk (SMGR).

The shares with the most significant foreign net sales are PT Bank Negara Indonesia Tbk (BBNI) Rp. 42.9 billion, PT Astra International Tbk (ASII) Rp. 41 billion, and PT Indah Kiat Pulp and Paper Tbk (INKP) Rp. 20.4 billion.

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