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Sunday, September 18, 2011

Investors wary European Debt Crisis, JCI Fatigue

Jakarta - Composite Stock Price Index (CSPI) fell 49 points amid quiet trading. Investors are still cautious and alert to the threat of European debt crisis.

Started trading this morning, stock index trimmed down 44.458 points (1.15%) to a level of 3790.723. Local stock market drifted negative bourses in Asia.

Index continued to gradually corrected since the opening of trade and did not touch the green zone. CSPI called on the lowest position today in the position of 3779.078.

At the closing session of the trading on Monday (9/19/2011), Jakarta Composite Index fell 49.568 points (1.30%) to a level of 3785.613. While LQ 45 index trimmed down 10.073 points (1.51%) to a level of 660.023.

Back leading shares hit by selling pressure, mainly based on financial, consumer and commodity. Some two-tier stock hit by selling pressure, too.

Foreign investors buying back the net, although the value is not too significant. However, the swift selling pressure from domestic investors is very high so it is difficult unstoppable.

Today's trading was fairly quiet running with a frequency of 46,822 times on transaction volume reached 1.626 billion shares worth Rp 1.279 trillion. Some 29 stocks rose, the remaining 189 stocks fell, and 61 shares stagnant.

Although Wall Street late last week strengthened, positive sentiment that has not been able to encourage the exchanges in Asia to the green zone. The threat of prolonged debt crisis of Europe provide a sense of worry to investors.

The following conditions on regional bourses until this afternoon:

* Shanghai Composite Index tumbled 34.96 points (1.41%) to a level of 2447.38.
* Hang Seng Index fell 408.16 points (2.10%) to a level of 19047.15.
* Straits Times Index fell 16.75 points (0.60%) to a level of 2772.29.

The shares are up significantly and entered the ranks of top gainers among Partners Adiperkasa (MAPI) up to Rp 275 to Rp 5200, Indo Tambangraya (ITMG) up to Rp 100 to Rp 44 650, Sky Bee (SKYB) up to Rp 80 to Rp 680, and majora (MYOR) up to Rp 50 to Rp 14,900.

While stocks are down quite deep and into the category of top losers among others, Bata Shoe (BATA) fell Rp 1,000 to Rp 59,000, Astra International (ASII) fell Rp 800 to Rp 65,100, Gudang Garam (GGRM) fell Rp 650 to Rp 55 500, and Astra Agro (Aali) dropped to Rp 500 to Rp 21,900.

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