JCI Stock Exchange Today Monday, 7 March 2022

Jakarta, IDN Times – The Composite Stock Price Index (JCI) at the opening on the Indonesia Stock Exchange, Monday (7/03/2022) this morning opened at the level of 6905.32. JCI weakened 56.12 points or 0.0081 percent from the close of trading the previous day.

The transaction volume was recorded at 11.34 billion shares worth Rp. 6.92 trillion.

1. Green stocks

JCI opens lower, these 15 stocks remain in the green zoneTimmy the Robot

Although the JCI opened lower, a number of blue chip stocks remained in the green zone. Based on IMQ21 data, the following stocks jumped, namely:

  • TKIM, Tjiwi Kimia Tbk Paper Factory, rose 6.81 percent
  • INKP, Indah Kiat Pulp & Paper Tbk, rose 6.51 percent
  • INCO, Vale Indonesia Tbk, rose 6.02 percent
  • ANTM, Aneka Tambang (Persero) Tbk, rose 4.9 percent
  • MEDC, Medco Energi Internasional Tbk, rose 4.58 percent

2. The movement of a number of stock indices

JCI opens lower, these 15 stocks remain in the green zoneTimmy the Robot

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In the midst of the JCI weakening, the following are the movements of other index groups:

LQ45 weakened 0.0049 percent to 989.29.

IDX30 gained 0.0038 percent to 530.46.

Especially for LQ45, 15 of 45 stocks experienced a strengthening. There were 28 issuers that weakened, and the remaining 2 issuers did not experience any movement.

3.Top loser bluechip

JCI opens lower, these 15 stocks remain in the green zoneTimmy the Robot

Based on IMQ21 data, there are several stocks with the highest declines at the opening of trading today. Following

  • BRPT, Barito Pacific Tbk, weakened 5.52 percent
  • ERAA, Erajaya Swasembada Tbk, weakened 4.5 percent
  • INDF, Indofood Sukses Makmur Tbk, weakened 4.12 percent
  • ACES, Ace Hardware Indonesia Tbk, fell 3.9 percent
  • SMGR, Semen Indonesia (Persero) Tbk, weakened 3.77 percent

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