Tuesday, 23 April 2019 | 08:54 WIB

JCI Ends Rising to 5,858, Majority Sectors Strengthen

Illustration: Stock movement

JAKARTA, NNC - The Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) of the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) closed up 60.12 points (+1.04 percent) to 5,858.27 at the end of the stock trading on Thursday (9/13/2018). The IDX composite index movement throughout the day is consistent in the positive path in the range of 5,834.76 to 5,865.06.

As many as 239 stocks rose in price, 149 weakened, and 111 other shares did not change prices. Trading volume reached 8.39 billion shares with transaction frequency of 395,819 times and transaction value of IDR6.68 trillion. Foreign investors recorded a net selling of IDR193.72 billion in all markets.

Most of the sectoral stock indices advanced in a positive area where the infrastructure stock sector led the strengthening by 2.05 percent. The next sector that rose the highest was the financial sector which went up 1.77 percent, and the base industry sector which climbed 1.58 percent.

Meanwhile, shares in the Top Gainers range were including ABBA's adding 34.44 percent to IDR121 per share, followed by AIMS' gaining 31.43 percent to IDR230 per share, and PDES' up 25 percent to IDR1,350 per share.

Meanwhile, the Top Losers included VICO's which losing 23.13 percent to IDR123 per share, followed by FILM's dropping 20.39 percent to IDR1,230 per share, and MDIA's down 19.44 percent to IDR116 per share.

Meanwhile, the rupiah exchange rate this afternoon recorded a plunge by 7.5 points or 0.05 percent against the US dollar to IDR14,840. During intraday trading, the rupiah exchange rate in the spot market was in the range of IDR14,784 to IDR14,840.