IHSG Falls 1% After Launch of Carbon Exchange, Stock Winners and Losers

IHSG Falls 1% After Launch of Carbon Exchange, Stock Winners and Losers

fsd, CNBC Indonesia


Tuesday, 09/26/2023 15:23 IWST

Photo: Composite Stock Price Index (IHSG) on the Indonesian Stock Exchange, Jakarta. (CNBC Indonesia/Tri Susilo)

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – The Composite Stock Price Index (IHSG) was corrected into the red zone in the second trading session, Tuesday (26/9). At 15.11 WIB the IHSG was recorded to have fallen by 1% to 6,928,156.

This weakening occurred after Indonesian President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) inaugurated carbon exchange trading.

Total transactions were recorded at IDR 8.78 trillion involving 21.20 billion shares which were traded 1.14 million times.

A total of 158 issuers recorded gains, 382 shares weakened and 212 shares traded stagnant.

The coal sector was noted to be experiencing weakness after the carbon exchange was officially traded in the country.

Likewise, large Indonesian banking issuers are also being widely corrected.

The 5 main issuers weighing the JCI movement today come from the banking and energy sectors, namely:

Bank Mandiri (BMRI) weakened 2.5% to IDR 5,850/share (-11 index points) Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BBRI) contributed to a weakening of 8.05 index points Barito Pacific (BRPT) contributed to a weakening of 6.42 index points for Adaro Energy Indonesia (ADRO) contributed to the weakening of 4.64 index points. Bayan Resources (BYAN) contributed to the weakening of 4.19 index points.

Previously, other Indonesian financial markets also experienced weakening, with the rupiah falling again to Rp. 15,500/US$.

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2023-09-26 08:23:01
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