Indonesian stocks fall 1.48% to 3,692.23 led by banking stocks

Wandrik Panca Adiguna
Wandrik Panca Adiguna - 13 Desember 2010  |  09:42 WIB

JAKARTA: Indonesian stocks today fell 1.48% to 3,692.23, dragged down by banking stocks with Bank CIMB Niaga as the biggest contributor for the drop.

Of 418 stocks calculated by Jakarta Composite Index (JCI), Indonesian stocks benchmark, 81 stocks rose, 119 drop, and 218 was unchanged.CIMB Niaga contributed the biggest drop on the JCI of 9.89 points, Bank International Indonesia contribued 9.31 points, Bank Mandiri added 4.96 points, and cigarette maker Gudang Garam contributed 4.94 points.But, energy company Dian Swastatika Sentosa and Harum Energy underpin the JCI.Dian Swastatika restrained the JCI drop by contributing 1.38 points, coal miner Harum Energy with 1.12 points, Sarana Menara Bersama with 0.85 points, and Nusantara Infrastructure with 0.81 points.In the regional markets, Nikkei-225 index at Japan stock market advanced 0.80% to 10,293.89.Hang Seng Index at Hong Kong stock market gained 0.67% to 23,317.61.Shanghai SE Composite rose 2.88% to 2,922.95, Taiwan Taiex Index slighly increased 0.20% to 8,736.59.Kospi Index at South Korea stock market climbed 0.53% to 1,996.59, and Straits Times Index at Singapore stock market rose 0.03% to 3,184.58. (wiw)

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