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Selasa, 20/10/2009 17:46 WIB
Asing Lepas Saham Rp 1,248 Triliun
Indro Bagus SU – detikFinance

Jakarta – Investor asing tercatat melakukan transaksi jual di seluruh pasar senilai Rp 1,248 triliun atau mencapai 33,21% dari total nilai transaksi Bursa Efek Indonesia (BEI) yang sebesar Rp 3,757 triliun pada perdagangan hari ini.

Berdasarkan data perdagangan BEI seperti dikutip detikFinance, Selasa (20/10/2009), transaksi jual asing di pasar negosiasi sebesar Rp 319,916 miliar, sedangkan di pasar reguler sebesar Rp 928,594 miliar. Totalnya mencapai Rp 1,248 triliun.

Transaksi beli asing di pasar negosiasi sebesar Rp 320,997 miliar, sedangkan di pasar reguler sebesar Rp 650,956 miliar. Total transaksi beli asing sebesar Rp 941,946 miliar.

Nilai transaksi jual bersih (net selling) asing tercatat sebesar Rp 306,054 miliar.

Konsentrasi transaksi beli asing hari ini kebanyakan pada saham-saham BUMN. Asing membeli saham PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk (TLKM) senilai Rp 107,405 miliar. Net buying asing di saham TLKM cuma sebesar Rp 25,792 miliar lantaran adanya tekanan jual yang cukup besar.

Asing membeli saham PT Aneka Tambang Tbk (ANTM) Rp 5,925 miliar, PT Timah Tbk (TINS) Rp 33,610 miliar, PT Semen Gresik Tbk (SMGR) Rp 21,421 miliar, PT Perusahaan Gas Negara Tbk (PGAS) Rp 49,395 miliar dan PT Bank Negara Indonesia Tbk (BBNI) senilai Rp 4,450 miliar.

Konsentrasi beli asing juga seperti pada saham PT International Nickel Indonesia Tbk (INCO) Rp 17,114 miliar, PT Astra International Tbk (ASII) Rp 89,875 miliar serta PT Bank Central Asia Tbk (BBCA) Rp 20,580 miliar.

Total pembelian asing pada saham-saham tersebut di atas mencapai Rp 349,775 miliar dengan net buying sebesar Rp 134,305 miliar.

Sementara konsentrasi transaksi jual asing terkonsentrasi pada beberapa saham saja, yaitu PT Bumi Resources Tbk (BUMI), PT Indo Tambanraya Megah Tbk (ITMG), PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia Tbk (BBRI), PT Bank Danamon Indonesia Tbk (BDMN) dan PT Bank Mandiri Tbk (BMRI).

Asing melepas BUMI senilai Rp 299,062 miliar dengan net selling sebesar Rp 235,167 miliar. Tidak tampak dorongan beli asing yang cukup untuk menahan kejatuhan harga saham BUMI hari ini.

Pada saham ITMG, asing melepas senilai Rp 46,477 miliar dengan net selling Rp 19,488 miliar, artinya masih ada dorongan beli asing. Hal serupa terjadi pada saham BDMN dimana asing melepas Rp 10,153 miliar, namun karena adanya dorongan beli, ditutup net selling Rp 2,67 miliar.

Dua saham bank BUMN yaitu BBRI dan BMRI menerima tekanan jual asing cukup besar seperti BUMI. Penjualan asing pada saham BBRI mencapai Rp 109,408 miliar dengan net selling Rp 76,613 miliar.

Tekanan jual asing pada saham BMRI lebih besar lagi mencapai Rp 118,882 miliar. Dengan sedikit dorongan beli, BMRI ditutup net selling sebesar Rp 100,115 miliar.

Total nilai transaksi jual asing pada saham-saham tersebut di atas mencapai Rp 583,982 miliar dengan net selling Rp 434,053 miliar.

Tekanan jual asing boleh jadi mengikuti tren penurunan di seluruh bursa Eropa yang sejak dibuka siang tadi belum mampu lepas dari teritori negatif. Meski bursa-bursa Asia ditutup variatif, namun koreksi massal yang terjadi di bursa-bursa Eropa ikut memberikan tekanan jual terutama dari investor-investor asing yang kemudian, seperti biasanya, diikuti oleh investor-investor lokal.

Akhirnya, pelepasan asing dengan volume yang cukup besar pada saham-saham berkapitalisasi besar kemudian mendorong level IHSG terkoreksi 18,708 poin ke 2.502,216.
(dro/qom)
Yudhoyono Says Second Term Will Clear ‘Bottlenecks’ to Growth

By Achmad Sukarsono

Oct. 20 (Bloomberg) — Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono starts a second five-year term today with a mandate to speed growth in Southeast Asia’s biggest economy. To do that, he must reconcile national and local policies, analysts say.

“Many targets couldn’t be reached because of bottlenecks,” Yudhoyono said earlier this month. The goal in the second term “is very clear,” he said. “Solve these clogs. That’s why we will reform bureaucracy, rearrange permits, control programs, and prevent incorrect practices.”

Yudhoyono won the July 8 election on pledges to end corruption and rein in terrorism. A July 17 suicide attack on two Jakarta luxury hotels was the country’s first in almost four years, and anti-terror squads killed most-wanted terrorist Noordin Mohammad Top last month. The president still must build roads, power plants and ports vital for growth, said Umar Juoro, of Jakarta-based Center for Information and Development Studies.

“The strength of Yudhoyono’s economic team has been in the macro level,” Juoro, who is also a commissioner at PT Bank Internasional Indonesia Tbk, said in an Oct. 19 phone interview. “When we see the results in the real sector like mining, agriculture and infrastructure, we will find many policies that didn’t run properly.”

While Indonesia made more key changes in easing business regulations than other East Asian and Pacific economies, as the World Bank’s 2010 “Doing Business Report” showed last month, a number of regional laws contradict national policies, creating legal uncertainty for investors, said Chris Kanter, vice president of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Professionals, Politicians

Yudhoyono’s next cabinet will be a combination of professionals and members of the five parties that have joined his Democrat Party in the ruling coalition. The latter group doesn’t represent “something the markets will be cheering over,” said Helmi Arman, an economist at PT Bank Danamon Indonesia Tbk in Jakarta, in an Oct. 19 E-mail.

“Partisan politics apparently still played a significant role in the assignment of other key ministerial posts,” Arman said. The president has “the added burden” of ensuring a consolidated agenda and “making sure that partisan cabinet ministers don’t go their separate ways,” he said.

Yudhoyono has told candidates for his next cabinet, which may be announced tomorrow, they should make Indonesia investment-friendly.

The crux of the interviews is that “we must embark on some acceleration in our economy”, said State Secretary Hatta Rajasa whom analysts and the Indonesian media have said may take the post of coordinating minister for economic affairs.

‘Political Shield’

Rajasa has “limited economic experience but he’s hoped to be able to give political shield for economic ministers under him in the parliament,” Fauzi Ichsan, chief economist at Standard Chartered Plc in Jakarta, said in an Oct. 19 interview.

Before serving as state secretary, Rajasa was Yudhoyono’s transport minister, and ran his successful re-election campaign. Rajasa comes from the National Mandate Party and was the Muslim- based group’s secretary-general from 2000 until 2005.

The former oilman also was his party’s parliamentary leader from 1999 to 2000. National Mandate has been a member of the president’s coalition since 2004.

Yudhoyono’s coalition holds 75 percent of the parliament after Golkar, the second largest party in the house, joined after Aburizal Bakrie, a Yudhoyono ally and a businessman who served in the president’s first-term team as chief social welfare minister, was elected as Golkar chairman Oct. 8.

Almost Tripled

Yudhoyono’s Democrat Party, which held 10 percent of the parliament during his first term, almost tripled its share to 148 seats in April 9 legislative elections, making it the biggest party in the 560-strong body.

The party’s legislative clout means “the political condition should be easier” for Yudhoyono to push his policies forward, said Ichsan.

Yudhoyono’s inauguration will be attended by envoys that include U.S. Ambassador Cameron Hume and heads of governments like Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. About 18,000 policemen and soldiers will guard the ceremony, according to Rohimullah, secretary general of the Indonesian legislature.

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