JAKARTA: Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) at Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) in 2010 has showed the highest gain up to 46.13% as compared to other stock indexes in Asia.
Among the nine index sectors, which ones that scored the highest gain?Based on Bloomberg data, trade and service sector index ranked top after scoring the highest gain of 71.92% that overran the mining and agriculture sectors as the idols in 2008 and 2009.Modern Internasionals shares led the highest gain in trade and service sector after scoring an increase in stock price up to 868.75%. Modern is currently aggressive in developing 7-Eleven convenience stores network by converting photo printing outlets namely Fuji Image Plaza.In fact, the index sector of utility, infrastructure and transportation that is expected to be the leading sector was only able to settle in the last rank with a record gain only by 12.45%.In the second position, the consumer goods sector gained 63.06%. Akasha Wira International' led this index sector by scoring an increase of shares price up to 153.15% throughout 2010.Miscellaneous industry has gained 60.78% to settle at third rank as led by Pan Brothers with an increase of shares price up to 1,182.29%. Pan Brothers is currently eyeing IDR601 billion fresh funds from the rights issue to expand and annex PT Hollit International.The fourth rank was settled by financial sector that scored 54.82% gain. The shares of Indocitra Finance that currently eyeing for IDR3.6 trillion fresh funds through a rights issue has rose by 515% this year.Mining sector has settled in fifth rank by scoring 48.59% gain in 2010 as led by Resource Alam Indonesia, which aggressively boost its coal production, surged 572.73% throughout 2010.Resource Alam estimates to produces 2,2 million tons of coal in 2010 and targeting 3.48 million tons next year by adding the number of mining site up to 11 sites.Basic industry and chemical ranked sixth with 41.37%.gain. Surya Toto posted 358.82 gain during this year.Construction, property and real estate ranked seventh by recording 38.35% gain as led by Bekasi Asris shares that surged 273.13%.Agriculture sector rose 30.30% to settle in eighth rank as contributed by the increase of Bumi Teknokulturas shares price up to 695.45%.In the last rank, utility, infrastructure and transportation only scored 12.45% gain as supported by Inovisi Infrastructure after scoring an increase of shares price up to 816.67% throughout 2010. (t06/wiw)
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