JCI was still in the red as the bearish agriculture sector left JCI lethargic. JCI’s Top Losers: Agriculture (-2.7%), Basic Ind. (-1.9%), Infrastructure (-1.7%).
INNI index weakened as stocks of the mining sector—ANTM and TINS—gave up gains.
Daily Foreign & Domestic Sector Movement
JCI recorded foreign inflows of IDR49 billion as PGAS to gain foreign funds of IDR42.5 billion edged up 0.6% on Thursday’s trading session of Feb. 13, 2020. Investors positively responded to PGAS’s commitment to supplying gas to Balongan Refinery Unit. The April Comex gold futures contract, meanwhile, picked up 0.39% to USD1,577.80 per troy ounce after Hubei’s health commission recorded the death toll surge subsequent to the changes in the method used to calculate cases of coronavirus infection.
The rupiah exchange rate against USD weakened 0.15% to 13,694.
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