JCI weakened at this week’s opening
JAKARTA – Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) weakened in today’s (8/5) opening bell, starting off on 6,786.34 at 9 AM WIB only to dive down to the red zone, hitting 6,764.79 at 9.25 AM WIB.
Based on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) data compiled by IDNFinancials today (8/5), until 11.18 AM WIB, JCI has been fluctuating in the red zone, arriving at 6,781.97 or sliding off 0.12%.
The decline was also seen in other indexes, including IDX30 of -0.37%, IDX80 of -0.14%, IDXBUMN20 of -0.09%, and IDXG30 of -0.57%. Meanwhile, the indexes that showed improvement were IDXHIDIV20 of 0.10%, IDXMESBUMN of 0.71%, and IDXMC-COM of 0.58%.
Several issuers that remain in the green zone include PT Astra Agro Lestari Tbk (AALI), PT Alakasa Industrindo Tbk (ALKA), PT Polychem Indonesia Tbk (ADMG), PT Adaro Energy Indonesia Tbk (ADRO), and PT Bank Raya Indonesia Tbk (AGRO). Other issuers dropped to the red zone, including PT Adaro Minerals Indonesia Tbk (ADMR), PT Adira Dinamika Multi Finance Tbk (ADMF), PT Samator Indo Gas Tbk (AGII), and PT Akhasa Wira International Tbk (ADES). (LK/ZH)