Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – The Omicron variant of the corona virus has caused the majority of global stock markets to fall this week, including the Jakarta Composite Index (JCI). However, the decline in the JCI was not too big, 0.35% to 6,538,506.
The decline in the JCI was also followed by a net sell-off (net sell) foreign investors amounting to Rp 2.75 trillion. The transaction value this week was recorded at 76.9 trillion.
Following the decline in the JCI, the shares of PT Pratama Abadi Nusa Industry Tbk (PANI) fell almost 30%, and became top losers in this week. PANI’s share price ended at Rp 1,340/share, compared to last week’s closing of Rp 1,910/share, based on data from the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX).
Thus, PANI has been at the top for two weeks in a row top losers. Last week, the shares of the issuer, which is engaged in the can packaging industry, also fell by almost 30 percent.
Besides PANI, here are 10 top losers in this week.
Following PANI is PT First Media Tbk. The issuer with the code KLBV fell 49.48% to Rp 945/share from the previous Rp 1,340/share.
Then in third place is PT Arkadia Digital Media Tbk (DIGI). The issuer’s share price, which has been on the stock exchange since September 2018, fell 28.14% to Rp 120/share.
In fourth place top losers data on companies that have just listed on September 9, 2021. PT Idea Indonesia Akademi Tbk (IDEA). IDEA shares fell 26.62% to Rp 113/share from the previous Rp 154/share.
IDEA is an issuer engaged in the business of vocational education and training services. On September 9, IDEA released 212,478,500 shares, equivalent to 20 percent of the company’s paid-in and issued capital at a price of Rp. 140 per share.
This means that the current IDEA share price is below the initial public offering price (initial public offering/IPO).
Completing the top 5 top losers, there was PT Trinity Dinamik Tbk (TRUE) which fell 23.97%.
CNBC INDONESIA RESEARCH TEAM
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