Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) in the period of September 11 to 15, 2017 was supported by six sectors, namely basic industries, agriculture, manufacturing, consumer, trade and services, and financial. JCI rose 0.26 percent to 5,872.39 points as the market capitalization of Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) increased 0.26 percent to IDR 6,441.05 trillion.
The basic industry sector gained 2.98 percent to 613.77 points, as well as agriculture by 2.49 percent to 1,777.86 points, consumer by 1.54 percent to 2,540.38 points, manufacturing by 1.54 percent to 1,476.06 points, trade and services by 0.78 percent to 915.20 points, and financial by 0.13 percent to 986.04 points.
The mining sector recorded the deepest decline of 5.87 percent to 1,436.87 points, followed by property and real estate by 1.2 percent to 496.2 points, infrastructure by 0.46 percent to 1,228.86 points and miscellaneous industry by 0.15 percent to 1,325.21 points.
The average daily transaction value increased 7.35 percent to IDR 6.72 trillion last week, as well as average frequency by 14.11 percent to 331,380 times. Meanwhile, the average volume fell 19.84 percent to 8.2 billion share units. Foreign investors are still recording net sell amounting to IDR 1.65 trillion.
Hanson International Tbk (MYRX) recorded top volume with 2.68 billion shares worth IDR 335.68 billion, while Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk (TLKM) posted top value worth IDR 1.92 trillion with 408 million shares.
Trimegah Sekuritas Indonesia Tbk (TRIM) was the top gainer with 47.83 percent to IDR 170, while Indo Kordsa Tbk (BRAM) was the top loser with 34.62 percent to IDR 5,100. (*)