JAKARTA – Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) has remained still at the red zone until 10.45 AM WIB since the opening bell at 9 AM WIB on Friday (19/4).

Quoted from Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX), JCI was seen at 7,122.81 at 9 AM WIB. This position was a decline from yesterday’s (18/4) closing bell at 7,166.81. Until 10.47 AM WIB, the index was seen constantly slipping off to 7,045.45.

The index decline is believed to be a result from the tension in global situation, including Middle-East conflict. ABC News reported that Israel army had retaliated against Iran on Friday morning local time, following an attack from Iran to Israel on April 13-14.

Other indexes were seen corrected, including LQ45 that went minus 1.93% to 917.459, IDX30 -1.78% to 465.985, IDX80 -176% to 126.597, and IDXESGL -160% to 150.887. (LK/ZH)