Sunday, 18 November 2018 | 06:09 WIB

Consumer Sector pressures JCI to Slip 1.7% at Closing Trade

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JAKARTA, NNC - The Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) of the Indonesia Stock Exchance (IDX) closed a significant drop of 102.6 points (-1.7%) to settle at 5,874.15 at the end of trading on Friday, Nov 9. All sectoral indexes weakened and the LQ45 fell sharply by 2.55 percent.

Throughout the day, the JCI moved in the range of 5,859 to 5,936 at its highest level. Some 116 shares rose, 275 shares dropped, and 102 other shares stagnated.

Stock trading volume reached 9.36 billion units with a trade frequency of 362,280 times, and a total transaction value of IDR8.15 trillion. Foreign investors recorded a net sales of IDR42 billion in all markets.

Meanwhile, the sectoral index of consumer shares fell the most by 5.08 percent, followed by the manufacturing sector plummeting 3.13 percent, and the financial sector slipping 1.31 percent.

The consumer sector shares, the most actively traded HMSP dropped 10.29 percent to IDR3,400 and UNVR which fell 4.66 percent to IDR40,325 per share.

The latest issuer shares, DEAL, recorded the highest price increase (top gainer) of 69.33 percent to IDR254, followed by SOSS which gained 25 percent to IDR800, and TCPI which rose 20 percent to IDR6,300 per share.

Meanwhile, the top losers include SATU, which fell 22.5 percent to IDR124, followed by KONI which slipped 16.66 percent to IDR150 per share, and SSTM which slumped 13.51 percent to IDR384 per share.