BUMI - PT. Bumi Resources Tbk

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JAKARTA - On Wednesday, January 4, foreign investors' net trading volume fell dramatically compared to the previous day, reaching minus 421.20 million shares. This figure is derived from the difference between the 2.19 billion shares sold by foreigners and the 1.77 billion shares purchased by foreigners. This time, PT Aneka Tambang Tbk (ANTM) had the highest net volume at 37.01 million shares, with foreign purchases totaling 44.22 million shares. Meanwhile, PT GoTo Gojek Tokopedia Tbk (GOTO) had the lowest net volume, with -159.57 million, after 867.95 million of its shares were sold by foreign investors.

Other issuers on the top-buy list appear to have consistent foreign purchases of around 30 million shares. PT Berkah Beton Sadaya Tbk (BEBS) shares were just below ANTM, with a net volume of 32.39 million shares and a sales volume of 38.49 million. Foreign investors then bought 32.38 million shares of PT Panin Financial Tbk (PNLF) and 34.25 million shares of PT PAM Mineral Tbk (NICL). These two issuers gained net volumes of 26–27 million shares. Foreign investors then purchased up to 21.45 million shares of PT Merdeka Copper Gold Tbk (MDKA).

In terms of foreign divestment, PT Bumi Resources Tbk (BUMI) shares were also released in large quantities by foreign shareholders, totaling 151.94 million units. Following that, 47.47 million shares of PT Garuda Indonesia (Persero) Tbk were sold by foreign investors (GIAA). Surprisingly, both BUMI and GIAA reported a similar net volume of minus 47 million shares. PT Bank Central Asia Tbk (BBCA) shares sold well this time, totaling 76,845,000, but the net volume was "only" 38.88 million shares. Finally, 45.63 million shares of PT MNC Energy Investments Tbk (IATA) were released by foreign investors. (KD)

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