JCI dipped, subdued by the basic industry. JCI’s Top Losers: Basic Ind. (-4.4%), Misc. Ind. (-3.1%), Mining (-2.8%).
INNI index’s sectors virtually dipped BBCA one of which advanced in Monday’s trading of Jan. 27.
Daily Foreign & Domestic Sector Movement
Although JCI gave up gains of ~2%, it posted foreign inflows of IDR161 billion with the banking sector secured inflows of IDR214 billion. In contrast with JCI, most Asia markets gave up foreign funds along with the coronavirus outbreak following WHO to declare an international public health emergency. IDX re-listed stocks categorized as February-July’s LQ45 index three of which are new stocks (i.e., ACES, TBIG, and TOWR) and PWON one of which posted the gain of 1,82%. The rupiah exchange rate for USD dipped 0.24% to 13,615 indicating the end of rupiah’s rally.
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