Tuesday, 11 May 2021 | 19:37 WIB

JCI Climbs 8.8 Points on Trade Closing

Illustration: JCI.

JAKARTA, NNC - The Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) closed up 8.8 points to 6,606 at the trade closing on Thursday (3/1/2018). Throughout the day the composite index had risen to the level of 6,630.13.

A total of 176 shares rose in price, 185 shares weakened. Meanwhile, 111 other shares have not changed in price.

Trading volume reached 13.7 billion shares. Transaction frequency amounted to 474,955 times, and the trade value stood at IDR9.4 trillion. Foreign investors recorded a net selling of IDR673.5 billion in all markets.

Meanwhile, the majority of the sectoral index of shares weakened led by the base industry sector with minus 0.78 percent and the property sector with minus 0.68 percent. The weakening of the sector was offset by the strengthening of the agribusiness sector by 4.23 percent and the trade sector by 1.55 percent.

The Top Gainers include Kirana Megatara (KMTR)'s stocks up 25 percent to IDR605 per share, followed by Ristia Bintang Mahkotasejati (RBMS)'s up 25 percent to IDR310 per share, and Intermedia Capital (MDIA)'s up 24.7 percent to IDR256 per share.

Meanwhile, stocks that were Top Losers include Reliance Securities (RELI)'s down 20 percent to IDR312 per share, Batavia Prosperindo Multifinance (BPFI)'s slipping 17.8 percent to IDR855 per share, and Fortune Indonesia (FORU)'s dipping 14.8 percent to IDR161 per share.