Market Review (1) 01.02.17 – By: D’ORIGIN–Louisa Rahardjo

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Indonesian shares traded higher on Wednesday with seven sectors rose in midday trade. Official Statistics Agency reported consumer price inflation in Indonesia rose more-than-expected last month.

JCI rose 31.334 points (+0.592%) to 5,325.437 while LQ45 increased 0.94% to 885.670.* Trading volume were 16.636 billion shares worth of Rp3.285 trillion including transaction of 323 billion in non-regular market. Foreign investors bought a net Rp128.2 billion in regular market. 165 shares rose while 111 declined and 105 unchanged.
Indonesia consumer price index rose 3.49% in January from a year earlier, faster than the 3.02% in December. From a month earlier, prices of goods and services rose 0.97%, also faster than 0.42% in December. Core inflation accelerated to 3.35% year-over-year in January from 3.07% in December.
JISDOR slipped 6 points (-0.04%) to 13,349 while Bloomberg reported Rupiah added 8 points (+0.06%) at 13,361 against the USD.
Asian shares were mostly higher on Wednesday after China’s manufacturing sector showed signs of expansion in January and as investors looked ahead to the first review of policy this year by the Fed.
China’s official manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index for January came in at 51.3, expanded slightly more than forecast of 51.2, but at roughly the same pace as in December that stood at 51.4.
Brent crude futures were trading at $55.43 per barrel, down 15 cents (-0.27%) while U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures were down 9 cents (-0.17%) at $52.71 a barrel.
NIKKEI.. 19,148.18 (+0.18%)
HSI.. 23,195.23 (-0.71%)
KOSPI.. 2,079.48 (+0.58%)
S&P/ASX 200.. 5,651.80 (+0.55%)
SENSEX.. 27,655.46 (-0.00%)
STI.. 3,049.54 (+0.09%)
DOW FUT.. 19,817.00 (+0.13%)
S&P FUT.. 2,277.50 (+0.13%)
NASDAQ FUT.. 5,130.75 (+0.35%)
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