Saturday, 25 May 2019 | 09:52 WIB

JCI Closes Dipping 0.52 Percent due to the Decline of 238 Stocks’ Prices

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JAKARTA, NETRALNEWS.COM - The Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) is closed decreasing by 30.65 points or 0.52 percent to 5,863.96 at the end of stock trading at the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) on Tuesday (9/26/2017). Only 91 stocks rose. Meanwhile, 238 stocks fell, and 109 stocks were unchanged.

The composite index moved in the lowest range of 5,859.84 to a record high of 5,904.95 throughout the day. Meanwhile, trading volume of about 9.3 billion shares with a total transaction frequency of 289,267 times. Transaction value reached IDR6.3 trillion. Foreign investors recorded net selling of IDR115 billion in the regular market.

Most of the sectoral stock index weakened led by the consumer sector which weakened 1.39 percent, mining sector fell 1.33 percent, and the property sector slumped 0.90 percent. Meanwhile, the sector recorded an increase that is the basic industry 0.15 percent, infrastructure 0.23 percent, and trade rose 0.12 percent.

Meanwhile, the stock of Majapahit Inti Corpora (AKSI.JK) obtained the highest price hike of 25 percent to IDR210, followed by Capitol Nusantara (CANI.JK) which rose 19.88 percent to IDR398, and Japfa Comfeed (JPFA.JK) that went up 11.21 percent to IDR1,290 per share.

Top losers were Bentoel International Investama (RMBA.JK), down 23.33 percent to IDR322. The stock of Logindo Samuderamakmur (LEAD.JK) weakened by 5.45 percent to IDR104, while Centratama Telekomunikasi (CENT.JK) decreased 12.28 percent to IDR100.