15.45*

Selamat sore…

Saya itu… paling benci market seperti hari ini.  Regional berasa mau turun… harga minyak mau turun juga… tapi IHSG malah mengakhiri trend turun, asing net buy besar-besaran lagi.  IHSG belakangan (sudah sebulan lebih)memang cenderung bergerak berlawanan dengan Dow Jones Industrial sebenarnya… harusnya sih saya sudah terbiasa.  Tapi tetap saja… bikin galau.

Kalau galau… saya gak berani punya posisi terlalu banyak.

Sore ini… saya mencoba untuk belanja.  Belanja tapi tetap Buy On Weakness.  Saya beli di level ‘orang cut loss’.  Kalau nggak dapet hari ini… ya saya lihat besok pagi saja.

Well… setidaknya saya dapet afl untuk stock screener kesayangan saya.  Melihat BBRI, PGAS, diatas R1 terus nongol di stock screen.. membuat hati saya agak mendingan.  Tapi tetap saja… saya males untuk belanja agresif sore ini.

Happy trading… semoga barokah!!!

Satrio Utomo

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JCI ends morning session higher

JAKARTA – Indonesian shares ended the morning session higher on Thursday (Aug 25) led by miscellaneous industry stocks.

The Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) ended the session higher 23.137 points or up 0.43 percent to 5,427.129 points, while LQ-45 rose 5.139 points or up 0.55 percent to 934.162.

Seven sectorak indices rose and three declined. Miscellaneous industries index rose 2.4 percent, followed by manufacturer stocks index (up 0.92 percent), while mining stocks declined by 0.69 percent.

As many as 146 stocks rose, 131 declined and 97 stocks were stagnant.

Among top gainers were Indofood CBP, which rose 375 points or up 4.03 percent to 9,675 and Matahari Department Store (LPPF) which rose 250 points or up 1.26 percent to Rp20.125.

At midday, the rupiah was traded at Rp13,260 to the US dollar.

In the region, Nikkei 225 fell 12.29 points or down 0.07 percent to 16,585.01, Hang Seng fell 48.55 points or down 0.21 percent to 22,772.23 Strait Times rose 3.84 points or up 0.17 percent to 2,874.71. (*)

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Tegang Menanti Yellen…*

Selamat Pagi dari PT. Universal Broker Indonesia, 25 Agustus 2016

Selamat pagi…

Pasar terlihat tegang dalam menanti pidato Janet Yellen yang akan dilakukan besok malam. Indeks Dow Jones Industrial semalam terkoreksi 65,82 poin (-0,35 persen) sehingga ditutup pada level 18.481,48. Indeks dari bursa di kawasan Asia pagi ini cenderung bergerak bervariasi mengingat pelaku pasar masih dalam mode ‘wait and see’.

Dengan sentimen yang relatif minim ini, IHSG pada hari ini diperkirakan bakal bergerak bervariasi pada kisaran 5.377 – 5.420. IHSG saat ini sedang berada dalam trend turun jangka pendek dengan potensi koreksi hingga support di level 5.300. Hanya penutupan diatas resisten pertama di 5.420 yang bisa mengakhiri trend turun yang sedang berlangsung.

Pada perdagangan kemarin, pergerakan IHSG yang cenderung flat, membuat pelaku pasar cenderung berkonsentrasi pada saham-saham lapis ketiga. Pemodal sebaiknya tetap dalam posisi trading, dan hanya melakukan akumulasi ketika harga saham sudah memasuki area support.

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Aramco may reduce stake t0 30% in Indonesia refinery

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) – Saudi Aramco could reduce its participation in the proposed US$5.5-billion Upgrade Project of Refinery Unit Cilacap in Central Java from 45 percent to 30 percent, said Indonesia’s interim energy minister Luhut Pandjaitan.

In May 2016, Indonesia’s state-owned energy provider PT Pertamina signs an engineering and contract management services with giant Middle East oil and gas company Saudi Aramco for the Upgrade Project of Refinery Unit Cilacap.

Executive Director International Operations of Saudi Aramco Said A. Al-Hadrami said the signing agreement will pave way for a long-term partnership with Pertamina. He added, Aramco will first focus on this project and later on move on to jointly other projects.

Meanwhile, Director for Processing of Pertamina Rachmad Herdadi said the engineering design is expected to be completed in 8-9 months that will raise the production capacity of RU Cilacap to 370,000 barrels of oil per day in 2022. The refinery will also produce derivative products, including 600,000 tons of petrochemical products from 300,000 tons per annum at present.

The construction is scheduled to start in October 2018. The fuel output from the refinery will meet the Euro 4 and Euro 5 standards.

According to Pertamina’s CEO Dwi Soetjipto, Saudi Aramco is ready to supply up to 270,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil to Cilacap refinery. Saudi Aramco currently supplies around 125,000 bpd of crude to Cilacap, meeting about one-third of its crude needs.

The upgrade calls for an increase in processing capacity to 370,000 bpd from 348,000 bpd at present, and will include a new hydro cracker unit. The Cilacap upgrade could be the first of several refinery projects Saudi Aramco is considering for Indonesia, Dwi said.

Pertamina is also in the process to upgrade Balongan and Dumai refineries which require combined investment of around US$15 billion. The projects do not only increase the capacity of those oil refineries but also making the production process to be more efficient.

The upgrade of the Cilacap refinery is designed to increase the facility’s crude processing facility from 348,000 bpd to 370,000 bpd. A heads of agreement for the project was signed between Pertamina and Saudi Aramco in November 2015.

The Aramco-Pertamina joint venture for the project is expected to be formalised in October this year during an official visit of Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz to Jakarta. Aramco has been looking at increasing its downstream and petrochemical investments in countries such as China, India, Indonesia, Vietnam and the US.

 

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IDX offers incentives for cross transactions using repatriated funds

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) – PT Bursa Efek Indonesia (Indonesian Stock Exchange/IDX) provides incentives for any shares crossing transactions for repatriated funds. The incentives are provided at maximum of 45 percent of the current costs of 0.03 percent of the transaction value. The scheme is offered progressively, depending the value of crossing transactions — 20 percent for below Rp500 billion, 30 percent in between Rp500 billion and Rp1 trillion, 35 percent for Rp1 trillion-Rp3 trillion, and discount of 45 percent for crossing valued at between Rp3 trillion and Rp5 trillion. Any transaction above Rp5 trillion will be given discount pending on discussion with the exchange board. The discount will be offered until September 30, 2016.

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