JAKARTA, NETRALNEWS.COM - Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) dropped 33.16 points (- 0.55 percent) to the level of 5,988.3 at the close of stock trading on Tuesday (11/14/2017). The decline of JCI to below the level of 6,000 was driven by the weakening of the price of 212 stocks.
Only 126 stocks rose and 110 others did not change in price. Throughout today, JCI moved in the range of 5,988.3 to the highest level at 6,039.3. Frequency of transactions amounted to 342,292 times with a volume of about 12.1 billion stocks. The transaction value was IDR7.3 trillion.
Foreign investors recorded a net sell of IDR454.3 billion in the regular market. Meanwhile, stocks that contribute the most to the net foreign selling value are Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BBRI), Unilever Indonesia (UNVR), and Bank Central Asia (BBCA).
Most of the sectoral indexes fell except for the trade sector which gained 0.85 percent. The consumer sector fell the most in value by 1.01 percent, followed by the financial sector weakening 0.86 percent and the manufacturing sector down 0.86 percent.
Meanwhile, the most actively traded stocks are Perdana Karya Perkasa (PKPK) with a frequency of 19,288 times and stagnant price at IDR76, Bumi Resources (BUMI) of 15,219 times and price rose 30 points to IDR280, Bank Tabungan Negara (BBTN) 10,709 times and the price rose 40 points to IDR2,950.