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JCI falls 0.43% at Monday's close

The Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) closed on a negative note Monday, falling by 0.43 percent to 5,219.99 during the final trade.

The volume of trade from lunchtime to 4 p.m. on Monday involved 6.37 billion shares worth a total of Rp 5.35 trillion (US$ 422.65 million), reported.

Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) data showed 179 stocks weakened while 107 stocks strengthened and 94 stocks remained unchanged in the closing trade.

Shares in nine out of 10 sectors traded on the IDX failed to strengthen by 4 p.m. on Monday with agriculture recording the biggest fall as it dropped by 1.18 percent, followed by miscellaneous industries and mining with 1.13 percent and 0.98 percent, respectively.

Consumer products was the only sector recording a positive growth during the final trade since it rose by 0.46 percent.

Shares in the LQ45 index, which saw the biggest fall, included those in PT Lippo Karawaci, PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia, PT Adhi Karya, PT Perusahaan Gas Negara and PT Astra International.

The majority of shares across the Asia-Pacific region closed on a negative note on Monday. Japan’s Nikkei and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng weakened by 0.24 percent and 0.57 percent, respectively, in the closing trade.

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