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Indonesia Stocks Close Higher: IDX Composite Index Up 0.31%

Jakarta, Indonesia – Following Thursday’s trading session, Indonesia’s stock market witnessed an upward trend, with gains primarily driven by the Financials, Agriculture, and Basic Industry sectors.

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At the close of trading in Jakarta, the IDX Composite Index recorded a 0.31% increase.

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Among the top performers on the IDX Composite Index were Indonesian Paradise Property (JK), experiencing a significant rise of 928.57% or 975.00 points, closing at 1,080.00. Additionally, Bank Bisnis Internasional Tbk (JK) surged by 795.83% or 3,820.00 points, concluding at 4,300.00, while Sumber Alfaria Trijaya Tbk (JK) showed strong growth, advancing by 591.14% or 2,335.00 points to 2,730.00 by the end of the trading day.

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Conversely, the session saw declines for Keramika Indonesia Assosiasi (JK), witnessing a significant drop of 99.60% or 2,739.00 points, closing at 11.00. Citatah Tbk (JK) and Totalindo Eka Persada Tbk PT (JK) also experienced declines, falling by 99.45% and 99.35%, respectively.

Market activity indicated a greater number of falling stocks, with 343 declining against 296 advancing, while 174 remained unchanged on the Jakarta Stock Exchange.

Of note, shares in Keramika Indonesia Assosiasi (JK) reached all-time lows, plummeting to a value of 11.00, marking a significant decline of 99.60% or 2,739.00 points.

In commodities trading, crude oil for July delivery experienced a slight decrease of 0.24%, reaching $78.31 a barrel. Meanwhile, Brent oil for delivery in August fell by 0.22% to $82.42 a barrel, and the August Gold Futures contract recorded a decrease of 0.99%, trading at $2,331.55 a troy ounce.

In currency markets, USD/IDR saw an increase of 0.23% to 16,274.45, while AUD/IDR rose marginally by 0.02% to 10,820.13.

The US Dollar Index Futures experienced a decline of 0.24%, settling at 104.36.

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