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Saturday, 13 January, 2018 | 15:42 WIB
JCI Hits 6,370 Points on Weekend

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) booked positive results in this week`s trade. The Index was closed with 0.25 percent increase from 6,353.73 to 6,370.,65.

Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) spokesperson Oskar Herliansyah said that the JCI's positive trend is in line with the rising market capitalization in Indonesia stock market.

"It went up by 20 percent compared to last week," he said on Saturday, January 13.

Read: JCI Opens with 0.13 Percent Gain


The position of market capitalization this week is Rp7,075.26 trillion from Rp7,060.81 trillion last week, while the average of daily IDX transaction in the past week increases 13.77 percent to Rp7.60 trillion from Rp6.68 trillion.

In addition, the average volume of IDX daily transaction went up by 22.67 percent to 11.13 billion stock units from 9.07 billion stock units last week.

The average of IDX daily transaction frequency jumped by 10.26 percent to 348,890 transactions from 316,400 transactions.

Furthermore, foreign investors recorded gross purchase in this week’s trade at Rp1.49 billion. Throughout this year, foreign investors recorded gross purchase totaling Rp11.75 billion.


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