1NVEST0R MAND1R1 maen SAHAM bener

belajar MANDIRI, akan JAUH LEBE SUKSES (SEJAK 210809)

ancang-ancang sebelum meloncat tinggi (isu politis plis dong akh…): 161109 15 November 2009

Filed under: JUAL beli HARIAN — bumi2009fans @ 11:53 pm

order beli trub:
121
122
order jual trub:
128
130
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order beli elsa:
300
order jual elsa:
330
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order beli bnii:
355
order jual bnii:
400
order beli bnii:
355 full matched
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16/11/2009 – 12:10
IHSG Sesi I Ditutup Naik 14,98 Poin
Wahid Ma’ruf

INILAH.COM, Jakarta – Pergerakan IHSG  pada sesi I perdagangan Senin (16/11) naik 24,98 poin (1,03%) di level 2.451,78 yang dipengaruhi bursa regional yang masih positif.

Hal itu dikatakan analis saham Ciptadana Securities, Syaiful Adrian kepada INILAH.COM Senin (16/11). “Indeks global dan regional mempengaurhi IHSG yang terus menguat tajam. Hal ini mendorong saham Grup Bakrie mengangkat IHSG,” katanya.

Selain itu, indeks juga ditopang oleh kenaikan harga batubara mencapai 4,4%. Sentimen positif ini mendorong saham sektor pertambangan ikut naik.

Volume perdagangan mencapai 3,5 miliar unit saham senilai Rp2,6 triliun dengan 86 saham naik, 61 saham turun serta 59 saham stagnan. Untuk LQ45  naik 6,1 poin ke 484,4 dan Jakarta Islamic Index (JII)  naik 6,2 poin ke 402,89.
Untuk saham-saham yang naik antara lain Astra International (ASII) naik Rp600 ke Rp33.300, Tambang Batubara Bukti Asam (PTBA) naik Rp450 ke Rp15.000, Indo Tambangraya Megah (ITMG) naik Rp350 ke Rp26.000, United Tractors (UNTRO naik Rp300 ke Rp15.850, Gudang Garam (GGRM) naik Rp250 ke Rp17.400, Astra Agro Lestari (AALI) naik Rp200 ke Rp22.350.

Sedangkan untuk saham-saham yang turun antara lain Sepatu Bata BATA) turun Rp5.000 ke Rp25.000, Semen Gresik (SMGR) turun Rp50 ke Rp7.100, Summarecon Agung (AMRA) turun Rp30 ke Rp600. [hid/cms]

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Asia stocks rise after US retail news; gold climbs

Asian markets gain more ground after upbeat US retail reports; gold hits record above $1130

By Jeremiah Marquez, AP Business Writer
On 2:33 am EST, Monday November 16, 2009
HONG KONG (AP) — Asian stock markets advanced Monday as better-than-expected news about U.S. retailers buoyed confidence in the world’s largest economy and gold prices hit a new record.

Major markets across the region were up between 1 percent and 2 percent as investors poured into commodities and shares of resource companies while the dollar continued to founder. Gold broke above $1,130 for the first time and oil traded higher around $77.

Encouraging quarterly reports Friday from large U.S. retail chains, as well as The Walt Disney Co., helped ease investor worries about American consumer spending, long a major source of growth for Asia’s export-oriented economies.

“The data is improving, the news is on the upswing, and first and foremost this helps boost confidence,” said Lorraine Tan, director of equities research at Standard & Poor’s in Singapore.

Also on investors’ minds was President Barack Obama’s first visit to China, where issues of trade, the economic recovery and the two countries’ currencies were likely to figure in meetings with Beijing’s leaders.

In Japan, the Nikkei 225 stock average closed up 20.87 points, or 0.2 percent, to 9,791.18. But investors largely brushed off news that Japan’s economy expanded at an annual pace of 4.8 percent in the third quarter, marking a second straight quarter of expansion and the strongest surge in gross domestic product since 2007.

In greater China, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng rose 373.88 points, or 1.7 percent, to 22,927.51, and Shanghai’s benchmark surged 83.70 points, or 2.6 percent, to 3,271.35.

Markets in South Korea, Taiwan, India and Australia rose by 1 percent or more.

Tan and other analysts point to the weakening dollar and record low interest rates as key reason for the continuing advance in global equities, as well as commodities. With bonds and savings accounts yielding so little these days, investors big and small have been looking for bets with higher payoffs.

“What that means is people are going to favor investments like equities,” Tan said. “There just aren’t that many alternatives if you want returns.”

Friday on Wall Street, the Dow rose 73.00, or 0.7 percent, to 10,270.47.

The broader Standard & Poor’s 500 index rose 6.24, or 0.6 percent, to 1,093.48. The Nasdaq composite index rose 18.86, or 0.9 percent, to 2,167.88.

Wall Street futures suggested a stronger open in the U.S. Monday.

Oil prices rose in Asia amid a weaker U.S. dollar and an improving global crude demand outlook next year. Benchmark crude for December delivery was up 86 cents to $77.21 a barrel; the contract settled down 59 cents at $76.35 on Friday.

The flailing greenback also lifted gold, seen as a hedge against a lower U.S. currency. Gold prices were up $12.7 at 1129.4 after touching a new high of $1,130.6.

In currencies, the dollar was slightly higher at 89.55 yen from 89.51 yen. The euro gained to $1.4968 from $1.4923.

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