HUMI - PT. Humpuss Maritim Internasional Tbk

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JAKARTA - Foreign net volume finally entered the green zone on Monday, December 18. Foreign investors purchased approximately 4.55 billion shares and sold around 4.38 billion shares, resulting in a net foreign volume surplus of about 177.97 million shares. The highest net volume this time was 170.21 million shares from the foreign purchase of 183.81 million shares of e-commerce platform provider PT Tbk (BUKA), while the lowest was -73.26 million after foreigners released around 181.82 million shares of minimarket company PT Midi Utama Indonesia Tbk (MIDI).

Furthermore, foreigners purchased 60.51 million shares of the palm oil and timber issuer PT Dharma Satya Nusantara Tbk (DSNG) and 72.55 million shares of the port and maritime services issuer PT Humpuss Maritim Internasional Tbk (HUMI), resulting in net volumes of approximately 60 million shares for each of the two issuers. Then, private bank PT Bank Central Asia Tbk (BBCA) and real estate company PT Pakuwon Jati Tbk (PWON) both reported net volumes in the 34 million share range. Despite this, BBCA’s foreign buy was 102.83 million shares, while PWON's was only 38.36 million shares.

On the top sales line, MIDI was followed by mining contractor PT Darma Henwa Tbk (DEWA), which had a net volume of -45.55 million, and tech company PT GoTo Gojek Tokopedia Tbk (GOTO), which had a net volume of -40.05 million. However, the number of GOTO shares released by foreigners alone reached a staggering 2.45 billion shares, while DEWA's sales volume was only around 98.17 million shares. After that, foreign investors sold a total of 53.12 million shares of geothermal energy company PT Pertamina Geothermal Energy Tbk (PGEO), resulting in a net volume of around -36.07 million shares. PT Bumi Resources Minerals Tbk (BRMS) capped the list of top sellers, with sales volume and net volume of 40.90 million and -29 million shares, respectively. (KD)

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