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Indonesia equities tack on at close of trade
On Wednesday, Indonesia shares grew after the close because revenues in the Basic Industry, Mining and Infrastructure sectors underpinned stocks.
The IDX Composite Index soared 0.23% in Jakarta reaching a fresh all time maximum.
On the IDX Composite Index the best performers were Perusahaan Gas Negara Persero, LCK Global Kedaton and Bank Sinarmas Tbk. They gained respectively 25.53%, 25.00% and 24.63%.
On the contrary, the top losers included Fortune Indonesia Tbk, Ristia Bintang Mahkotasejati and Lippo Securities Tbk. They went down respectively 21.77%, 15.15% and 11.82%.
On the Jakarta Stock Exchange soaring equities outperformed dipping ones by 191 to 155, while 125 were intact.
Equities in LCK Global Kedaton went up to all time maximums, adding 25.00% to 390.
The currency pair USD/IDR rallied 0.30% hitting 13353.0, AUD/IDR edged up 0.32% being worth 10624.00.
The US Dollar Index Futures surged 0.11% showing 90.33.
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