Wednesday, 19 September 2018 | 20:06 WIB

JCI Plunges 49 Points on Session I End, Majority Sectors Plummet

Illustration: JCI.

JAKARTA, NNC - The Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) was down 49 points (-0.7 percent) to 6,451 at the first-session trading closed on Tuesday (3/13/2018). A total of 146 shares rose in price, 179 shares fell, and 108 other stocks did not change in price.

Trading volume reached 4.7 billion shares, transaction frequency amounted to 179,284 times, and trade value was around IDR3.4 trillion. Foreign investors posted a net selling of IDR286.9 billion in all markets. The shares of Telekomunikasi Indonesia (TLKM), Perusahaan Gas Negara (PGAS), and HM Sampoerna (HMSP) were sold the most by foreigners.

The majority of sectoral indices of stocks weakened led by the consumer sector which plunged 1.65 percent and the manufacturing sector which dipped 1.19 percent. The only strengthening sectors were including agribusiness with 0.17 percent.

The Top Gainers were Pikko Land Development (RODA)'s shares which rose 24.7 percent to IDR272 per share, Dyandra Media International (DYAN)'s which rose 20.8 percent to IDR87 per share and Indomobil Sukses International (IMAS)'s which climbed 13 percent to IDR1,560 per share.

Meanwhile, the Top Losers were Bank Ina Perdana (BINA)'s down 19.8 percent to IDR505 per share, Yanaprima Hastapersada (YPAS)'s which fell 14.6 percent to IDR700 per share, and Paramita Bangun Sarana (PBSA)'s dipping 13.3 percent to IDR1,300 per share.