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The Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) is expected to remain corrected on today's trade, June 24.
The protest-turned-riot on May 22 had not affected investors in the capital market.
The Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) opened weak this morning, March 8 at the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX).
The Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) and the rupiah weakened on today's trade, February 22.
JCI often climbs ahead of the new year due to window dressing by issuers.
Investors' enthusiasm of a new government helped the domestic stock market to close strong on yesterday's trade.
During its mid-day break, the JCI loses 102 basis points (2.15 percent) to hit a low 4,646.95.
Technical factors are driving the JCI`s uptrend, which previously depreciated on Wednesday.
The Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) at the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) drops by 9.73 points or 0.19 percent to close at 5,172.48 points.
The LQ45 also moves up, gaiining 3.20 points (0.36 percent) to 888.22 bps.
The JCI is experiencing some pressure following lackluster financial performance reports for scores of publicly-traded companies in Q1 of 2015.
Investors are increasingly becoming more pessimistic in light of the lack of positive sentiments, both domestically as well as externally.
The financial sector is the most dominant this year.
Investors' pessimism over the rupiah rate and the government's rescue efforts triggers foreign sales, causing the JCI to consolidate.
Driven by foreign capital, which has yet to cease flowing into the domestic share market.
The rupiah's continued depreciation is holding the JCI from continuing its uptrend.
The JCI uptrend is stalled as most bourses across the globe are experiencing some degree of depreciation.
The JCI's fluctuation today is partly driven by the acts of speculative investors who are reacting to the rupiah's continued depreciation.
Indonesia's domestic index is still shadowed by worries surrounding the rupiah's continued depreciation.
The rupiah's continued depreciation and the declining inflow of foreign investment into the domestic share market are causing the JCI to tumble.