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JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) – Following are market briefs:

PT Cikarang Listrindo Tbk (Power Off, Rp1.520) targeted year-end installed electric capacity to reach 1,144 megawatts by the operation of two new power plants worth Rp6.22 trillion. Estimated completion will be late 2016. Each will have capacity of 140 MW.

PT Mulia Citra Lestari launches medium term notes (MTN) of Rp 10 billion on Friday (26/8). Indonesian Central Securities Depository (KSEI) notes, an instrument called MTN Mulia Citra Lestari Series B Year 2016, offers a fixed coupon of 13.5 percent per year.

PT Anugerah Cahaya Prima offers a medium term notes (MTN) with coupon fixed at 13.5 percent per year. Indonesian Central Securities Depository (KSEI) states that the effect of MTN, titled Prima Anugerah Cahaya I Series B 2016, reached Rp 7.5 billion.

The investment manager also likely continue to accumulate Government Securities (SBN) to the end of 2016. Referring to the site of the Directorate General Financing and Risk Management (DJPPR) per August 24, 2016, ownership of mutual funds in domestic government securities that can be traded reached Rp79.1 trillion, soaring 28.4 percent from Rp 61.6 trillion at the end of 2015.



PT Tema Jaya issuing medium term notes or  medium term notes (MTN) with fixed coupon rate at 13.5% per year. Indonesian Central Securities Depository (KSEI) mentions, titled instruments MTN Jaya Scene Series B 2016 will reach Rp 11.02 billion.

PT Bank Bukopin Tbk (BBKP, Rp725) plans to launch a medium-term debt securities or medium term notes (MTN) of Rp 268 billion on August 30, 2016. Indonesian Central Securities Depository (KSEI) notes, an instrument called MTN I Bank Bukopin Year 2016, offer a fixed coupon of 8.5% per year.

Indonesia Stock Exchange suspended PT Jasa Prima Tbk (KARW, Rp276). This is done because of the significant cumulative price increase. Head of the Supervisory Trading BEI Susandy Irvan explained, the stock market authority has made the suspension on trading today.

Financial Services Authority (OJK) plans to ease deposit or down payment of motorcycle vehicles from originally set at zero percent to below 5%. Edi Setiadi, Deputy Commissioner of Non Bank Financial Industry Supervisory FSA claimed to have been in talks with several parties covering internal, industry financing and expert circles. (*)

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