Indonesian stocks break 3,700, led by window dressing

Wandrik Panca Adiguna
Wandrik Panca Adiguna - 30 Desember 2010  |  03:23 WIB

JAKARTA: Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) lifted 10.33 points to open the last two days of 2010. JCI rose 0.28% to 3,709.55 from 3,609.21.19 on yesterdays closing. The gauge moved within the range of 3,698.93 3,717.19.

Among 420 shares in the index, 79 shares rose, 35 fell and the remaining 307 stagnant. Bank Central Asia led the gain with 2.90 points followed by Bayan Resources with 2.77 points, Unilever Indonesia with 1.81 points and Bank Negara Indonesia with 1.09 points. Shares that limited further growth were Bank Rakyat Indonesia with -1.45 points, followed by Gudang Garam with -0.8 point, Bank Mayapada with -0.8 point and Bumi Resources with -0.61. From all nine sectoral indexes in the IDX, seven of them gave positive contribution which driven by finance with 51.07% followed by mining with 20.75% and consumer goods with 10.59%. In line with the stronger IDX, BISNIS-27 also hiked to 323.131 from 323.174. The index moved between 323.131-324.716. (t05/wiw)

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