Suara.com – Trading data from the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) for the period 14-18 June 2021 shows declining data.
Citing RTI data, Sunday (20/6/2021) the Composite Stock Price Index (JCI) had to fall by 1.45 percent last week or to be precise at 6,007 compared to the previous position at 6,095.
In line with the decline in the JCI, the stock market capitalization during the week also changed by 1.41 percent to Rp 7.1 trillion from Rp 7.2 trillion in the previous week.
Meanwhile, the average daily frequency of the Exchange experienced a change of 7.12 percent to 1,165,339 transactions from the previous week’s 1,254,635 transactions.
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The average daily transaction volume of the Exchange also decreased by 11.87 percent to 21.293 billion shares from 24.161 billion shares last week.
Meanwhile, the increase occurred only in the average daily transaction value of the Exchange by 2.58 percent to Rp 12.554 trillion from Rp 12.238 trillion in the previous week.
Meanwhile, foreign investors today recorded a net selling value of Rp 192.71 billion at the end of last week, while in 2021 foreign investors recorded a net purchase of Rp 15.735 trillion.
Source: Suara.com – Kumpulan Berita Bisnis Hari Ini Yang Terbaru by www.suara.com.
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