The movement of JCI this week may be influenced by several macroeconomic factors. Investors will once again pay close attention to the movement of global commodity prices which drives issuers in the Coal, CPO, and Energy (Oil and Gas) sectors. Meanwhile, Statistics Indonesia (BPS) is scheduled to release the September Trade Balance data towards the end of the week. Economic recovery in export destination countries such as China and the US will potentially push the continuation of positive trends toward Indonesia’s export performance. The consensus in Bloomberg’s polls predict the September trade balance surplus to be at USD 3.94 billion.

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