Monday, 23 September 2019 | 02:04 WIB

JCI Edges Down as Foreign Investors Generate Net Sell of IDR696 Billion

JCI Edges Down as Foreign Investors Generate Net Sell of IDR696 Billion

JAKARTA, NETRALNEWS.COM - The Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) of the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) is closed decreasing by 3.09 points or 0.049% to the level of 6,273.08 at the end of stock trading hours on Thursday (06/13/2019).

Today's trading saw 203 stocks dipping in terms of price, 203 stocks gaining price, and 131 stocks unchanged.

The composite index briefly rose to its highest level today at 6,284.45 and sank the most to the level of 6,250.11 on the same day.

Trading volume reached 12.88 billion units, transaction frequency was 466,109 times, and the total transaction value was IDR 8.09 trillion.

Foreign investors generated net sell of IDR 696.57 billion. Stocks of banking issuers such as BBRI, BSIM, and BBNI were mostly sold by foreign investors throughout the stock trading today.

Of the 10 sectors of the stock, as many as 7 sectors weakened, led by the financial sector and basic industrial sectors, which each fell 0.36 percent. However, the property sector recorded an increase of 2.08 percent which held back the index's decline.

The stock price of HDFA rose the highest by 34.35% to IDR 176, followed by SIMA which rose 33.87% to IDR 83, and FITT that went up 25% to IDR 290 per share.

In contrast, the stock price of MPMX fell 24.82% to IDR 1,090, followed by PUDP that sank 12.73% to IDR 370, and IDPR that decreased 11.73% to IDR 406 per share.