The Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) has plummeted due to the outflow of foreign funds from big cap stocks on the IDX, but medium-sized stocks and certain sectors still offer investment opportunities.
Sinarmas Group, through Sinarmas Asset Management, will release its real estate investment trust (REIT) DIRE Simas Plaza Indonesia with target funds of up to Rp 50 trillion.
Investment managers are considering three new indexes on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) as references for the issuance of their mutual fund products.
Several big cap companies have been suffering from declining stock prices since early 2018 due to massive selling by foreign investors. Political and economic factors weigh heavy on the market.
Three out of four prospective new issuers have unique businesses never before conducted by members of the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX). What are their stock prospects?
The temporary suspension of elevated infrastructure projects has plunged construction company share prices, with investors worried about pressure on corporate performance.
After rising last year, coal prices are predicted to decline due to weak demand from China. However, a number of factors could boost the stock prices of coal companies.
The issuance of medium-term notes (MTNs) is increasingly attractive for corporations that require quick financing to expand their business or settle debt.
The 45 most-traded stocks on Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX), known as the LQ45, are to have four new members from the mining, construction, and petrochemical sectors.
Bakrieland is restructuring debt worth US$ 289.9 million (Rp 3.9 trillion) using a debt to equity swap. Investors have been waiting eight years for it to get out of debt.