In the period September 18 to 22, 2017, the Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) rose by 0.66 percent to 5,911.70 points. This was sustained by the financial sector, property and real estate, mining, agriculture, as well as the services and trade sector.
The financial sector increased by 2.73 percent to 1,012.97 points, followed by the property and real estate sector by 1.35 percent to 502.87 points, mining sector by 0.89 percent, agriculture by 0.73 percent, and services and trade by 0.11 percent. The infrastructure and miscellaneous industry recorded a sharp decline by 1.04 percent and 0.73 percent, respectively.
Along with the JCI, the market capitalization of Indonesia Stock Exchange (BEI) also increased by 0.6 percent to IDR 6,484.17 trillion, as well as the average daily transaction volume by 6.58 percent to 8.74 billion share units.
However, the average value slumped by 1.93 percent from IDR 6.72 trillion in the previous week to IDR 6.59 trillion, as well as the average frequency by 6.78 percent to 308,900 times.
Foreign investors recorded net sell amounting to IDR 578 billion. Throughout this year, they have been recording net sell with a value of IDR 8.26 trillion.
Hanson International Tbk (MYRX) was the top volume with 2.33 billion shares worth IDR 285.24 billion. Bank Rakyat Indonesia Tbk (BBRI) was the top value worth IDR2 trillion with 132 million shares.
Ancora Indonesia Resources Tbk (OKAS) was recorded top gainer with 37.61 percent to IDR 600, while Visi Telekomunikasi Infrastruktur Tbk (GOLD) was recorded top loser with 17.74 percent to IDR 510. (*)