The Jakarta Ccomposite Index continued to close higher today by 39pts at 1,193.15, the highest in the last one week since 19th November 2008 when JCI was 1,180.36.
Based on StockWatch data, Danareksa Securities had been the broker that bought the largest amount of Bumi Resources' shares in the last two days, with total value of IDR104.592 billion, followed by CLSA Securities, Kim Eng Securities and CIMB-GK Securities with values of IDR82.557 billion, IDR60.343 billion and IDR49.728 billion.
JCI was up further on 92 gainers that included Tambang Batubara Bukit Asam (PTBA) by IDR650 or 11.40% at 6,350, Astra International (ASII) by IDR500 or 6.13% at 8,650, Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BBRI) by IDR325 or 12.75% at 2,875, Telkom (TLKM) by IDR300 or 5.50% at 5.750, United Tractors (UNTR) by IDR275 or 8.53% at 3,500 and Bumi Resources (BUMI) by IDR170 or 20% at 1,020 per share.
At the same time, 61 stocks were unchanged and 48 closed lower SMART (SMAR) by IDR150 or 9.38% at 1,450, Voksel Electric (VOKS) by IDR40 or 10% at 360, Surya Semesta Internusa (SSIA) by IDR35 or 8.86% at 360, Jakarta International Hotel & Development (JIHD) by IDR20 or 8.70% at 210 anf Energi Mega Persada (ENRG) by IDR19 or 9.74% at 176 per unit.
Foreign buying today was 294.159 million shares with value of IDR361.409 billion while the selling was 486.928 million shares valued at IDR518.431 billion, which caused net selling worth IDR157.022 billion compared to Tuesday's (25/11) net selling of IDR14.324 billion.
Meanwhile, the total volume of transaction was 3.241 billion shares valued at IDR2.206 trillion with frequency of 61,848 transactions that consisted of 2.589 billion shares in the regular market with value of IDR1.889 trillion, 416.602 million in the crossing board worth IDR282.902 billion and 74.084 million in the crossing board worth IDR30.105 billion.