Take a peek at the stocks that are widely collected by foreigners Friday (9/10)

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KONTAN.CO.ID – JAKARTA. Composite Stock Price Index (IHSG) closed up 0.29% or up 14.52 points to 5,053.66 in Friday trading. During trading, JCI moved from the lowest level of 5,029.15 to the highest level of 5,057.83.

Quoting RTI data, four out of 10 sectors rose. The mining sector strengthened to the highest 1.17%, then the sector agriculture strengthened 1.16%. Followed by the financial sector rose 0.76% and the infrastructure sector rose 0.62%.

Meanwhile, the construction sector fell at least 0.55% followed by the basic industry sector fell 0.53% and the trade sector fell 0.28%.

Also Read: JCI strengthened 2.58% in the week to 5,053.66 until Friday (9/10)

The total trade volume on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) reached 8.67 billion with a trade value of 5.48 trillion. A total of 224 stocks rose, 196 shares fell and 165 shares were flat.

Foreign investors posted net buy the largest share of PT Bank Mandiri Tbk (BMRI) IDR 85.2 billion. BMRI shares closed up 1.83% to Rp 5,550 per share. The total trading volume of BMRI shares reached 45.1 million with a transaction value of Rp 249.1 billion.

Foreigners also collect shares of PT Tower Bersama Infrastructure Tbk (TBIG) IDR 28.8 billion. TBIG shares closed flat at Rp 1,335 per share. The total trading volume of TBIG shares reached 101.3 million with a transaction value of Rp 135.3 billion.

Also Read: IHSG Slight Down At The End Of Session I, Foreign Exchange BBCA and BBRI Shares

Shares of PT Buana Lintas Lautan Tbk (BULL) Rp 22 billion. BULL shares closed 0.64% higher at Rp 316 per share. The total trading volume of BULL shares reached 199.4 million with a transaction value of Rp 63.2 billion.

Here are the 10 largest foreign net buy stocks on Friday trading:

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