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Rabu, 10/02/2010 16:12 WIB
IHSG Terus Dipukul Mundur
Nurul Qomariyah – detikFinance

Jakarta – Indeks Harga Saham Gabungan (IHSG) akhirnya terpelanting ke teritori negatif meski sebagian bursa regional sudah rebound. Investor terlihat masih ragu-ragu, sehingga kenaikan saham-saham unggulan masih tertahan.

Mengawali perdagangan, IHSG langsung menguat menembus level 2.503,609. IHSG sempat menguat hingga level 2.511,735, sebelum akhirnya berganti ke teritori negatif mendekati akhir sesi I.

Pelemahan IHSG tetap tidak terbendung meski Badan Pusat Statistik (BPS) mengumumkan pertumbuhan ekonomi RI pada tahun 2009 mencapai 4,5% melebih proyeksi pemerintah sebesar 4,3%.

Pada perdagangan Rabu (10/2/2010), IHSG ditutup melemah tipis 6,047 poin (0,24%) ke level 2.483,438. Indeks LQ 45 juga melemah 1,320 poin (0,27%) ke level 481,394.

Sementara nilai tukar rupiah menguat tipis ke level 9.365 per dolar AS, dibandingkan penutupan kemarin di level 9.395 per dolar AS.

Bursa-bursa regional cukup variatif, meski kemarin indeks Dow Jones melonjak dan menembus lagi level 10.000.

Indeks Shanghai naik 33,66 poin (1,14%) ke level 2.982,50.
Indeks Hang Seng naik 131,94 poin (0,67%) ke level 19.922,22.
Indeks Nikkei-225 menguat 31,09 poin (0,31%) ke level 9.963,99.
Indeks Straits Times melemah 9,95 poin (0,36%) ke level 2.735,07.
Indeks Seoul turun 0,37 poin (0,02%) ke level 1.570,12.

Perdagangan berjalan cukup moderat dengan frekuensi transaksi di seluruh pasar mencapai 82.547 kali pada volume 3.553 juta lembar saham senilai Rp 5,91 triliun. Sebanyak 67 saham naik, 91 saham turun dan 72 saham stagnan.

Saham-saham yang mengalami kenaikan harga antara lain United Tractor (UNTR) naik Rp 350 menjadi Rp 16.000, Bank Danamon (BDMN) naik Rp 200 menjadi Rp 4.675, Indocement (INTP) naik Rp 200 menjadi Rp 13.500, Astra International (ASII) naik Rp 100 menjadi Rp 34.250.

Sedangkan saham-saham yang turun harganya di top loser antara lain Indo Tambangraya (ITMG) turun Rp 650 menjadi Rp 29.000, BRI (BBRI) turun Rp 100 menjadi Rp 7.150, Bumi Resources (BUMI) turun Rp 50 menjadi Rp 2.250, PTBA turun Rp 150 menjadi Rp 15.400.

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Rabu, 10 Februari 2010 | 08:57

PASAR

Bursa Global Sebarkan Sentimen Positif

JAKARTA. Bursa global menyebarkan sentimen positif seiring munculnya harapan terhadap krisis anggaran yang terjadi di Yunani. Uni Eropa telah menyatakan niatnya untuk membantu Yunani mengatasi masalah defisit anggaran yang kian membengkak.

Perdagangan saham di Wallstreet, Selasa (9/2), merespon positif kabar tersebut. Alhasil, pada penutupan perdagangan saham kemarin, indeks Dow Jones ditutup naik 1,52% ke level 10.058,64. Bursa di kawasan Asia Pasifik pun ikut gembira. Pada pembukaan perdagangan Rabu (10/2), indeks Nikkei 225 sudah naik 1,06% ke level 10.038,27. Begitu pula dengan indeks S&P/ASX 200 Index di Australia yang naik 0,83% ke level 4542,60.

Ini berarti kabar gembira buat bursa kita. Indeks Harga Saham Gabungan (IHSG) di Bursa Efek Indonesia (BEI), kemarin berhasil ditutup naik 0,56% ke posisi 2.489,49 meskipun pada sesi awal perdagangan indeks sempat turun hingga 1,15%. Dus, pada pembukaan perdagangan hari ini besar peluang bagi IHSG untuk bertahan di jalur hijau.

Hari Widowati kontan

Indeks didukung reversal pattern
Rabu, 10/02/2010 05:48:25 WIBOleh: Lahyanto Nadie
JAKARTA (bisnis.com): Kendati sempat terkoreksi pada perdagangan kemarin, IHSG berhasil menguat 13,91 poin (0,56%) ke level 2.489,49.

Sinarmas Sekuritas memprediksi bahwa indeks akan menguat, dengan dugaaan adanya pola reversal pattern. Kisaran IHSG berada pada level 2.469-2.530. Dia merekomendasikan BMRI, BBRI, ADRO, SMCB.

Trimegah Securities mengatakan bahwa tekanan jual sebagai reaksi dari sentimen regional menekan IHSG pada awal perdagangan.

Rebound sejumlah saham unggulan, menurut Trimegah, yang berada di area jenuh jual membuat indeks kembali berada di teritori positif meskipun secara teknikal masih berada di bawah MA-50-nya di 2.546,72. Untuk hari ini, indeks diperkirakan masih konsolidasi di kisaran 2.432-2.520.

Sementara itu, Panin Sekuritas berpendapat bahwa indeks rebound setelah 3 hari berada dalam tekanan jual. Rebound bursa regional Asia berhasil menjadi sentimen pendorong kenaikan indeks.

Tekanan indeks yang mereda diharapkan berlanjut hari ini. Meski masih berada dalam pola downtrend, pemodal dapat mulai melakukan akumulasi terhadap saham yang harganya turun cukup dalam. Kisaran support-resistance 2.459-2.505. Panin merekomendasikan saham pilihannya yaitu INTP, UNTR, SMCB, KLBF.

Erdikha Sekuritas menilai indeks ditutup menguat setelah mayoritas saham secara teknikal mengindikasikan oversold dan juga pengaruh sentimen positif dari bursa regional. Pergerakan indeks hari ini diperkirakan berkisar antara 2.445 dan 2.520.

Erdikha merekomendasikan hold untuk SMGR dan BMRI, serta buy on open untuk PTBA.

Di sisi lain, Kresna Securities mengemukakan bahwa pada perdagangan kemarin IHSG membentuk tanda morning star setelah 3 hari turun dan memerlukan kenaikan lagi untuk mengonfirmasi pergerakan tersebut.

Namun, secara jangka panjang masih terus turun setelah tren naik patah disertai posisi MACD yang berada di teritorial negatif -11.0. Kisaran pergerakan hari ini berada di antara 2.423 dan 2.523.

February 10, 2010
Stocks Rally on Hopes of Greek Bailout

By JAVIER C. HERNANDEZ and JACK EWING
Hopes that the wealthy nations of Europe would come to the aid of Greece galvanized financial markets on Tuesday and, for a day at least, soothed fears that the economic troubles on the fringes of the Continent might spread.

With the eyes of the financial world on Greece and other deeply indebted nations, European Union leaders are discussing what once seemed unthinkable: bailing out their profligate neighbors.

Despite a cacophony of conflicting reports, a consensus seems to be emerging on both sides of the Atlantic that wealthier nations, notably Germany and France, will aid Greece and possibly other countries like Portugal rather than risk an escalating crisis that could jeopardize Europe’s monetary union. Indeed, many market participants expect a deal to be reached in days — a hope that, if dashed, could set the stage for a new round of market volatility.

“There is pressure to deliver something,” said John R. Brady, a senior vice president of MF Global, an investment firm.

After three tough days for markets, whispers that a rescue for Greece might be near touched off a broad rally in European stocks, bonds and in the euro, which had come under intense pressure in recent weeks. The gains quickly spread to Wall Street, where the Dow Jones industrial average rebounded above 10,000, rising 150.25 points, or 1.52 percent, to 10,058.64. The Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index rose 13.78 points, or 1.3 percent, to 1,070.52. The Nasdaq composite index gained 24.82 points, or 1.17 percent, to 2,150.87.

The debts of the poorer members of the European Union have cast doubt over the future of the euro and raised concern that, like so many strapped banks before them, some of European Union nations might need to be bailed out. The financial pressure on these countries — notably Greece — has been building for weeks, and the tensions reached new heights last week.

But the cascade of losses began to reverse itself on Tuesday as several European officials suggested that the European Union would step in to avert a crisis, and the governments of Greece and Portugal vowed to carry out austerity measures in an effort to win back the confidence of shaken bond investors.

The Greek stock market surged 5 percent, and the nation’s beleaguered government bond market also rallied. The euro strengthened 0.7 percent against the dollar, to $1.3775.

The leaders of the 27 European Union countries will meet on Thursday to tackle, among other things, Greece’s swelling deficit, which remains about 13 percent of gross domestic product.

But exactly what will come out of that meeting remains unclear. European leaders may take a symbolic route and try to restore confidence by backing loans in Greece and elsewhere. Or they may decide to unveil a more sweeping bailout plan for weaker nations, with the help of the Continent’s better-off nations.

“This will be further discussed in the coming days,” said Olli Rehn, who is about to take over as European economic affairs commissioner. “We are talking about support in the broad sense of the word.”

In an interview at his home in Lisbon, Portugal’s prime minister, José Sócrates, rejected outside help entirely. “We don’t need anything from Brussels,” he said. “We know exactly what we will do. We don’t need any help; we will solve our problems.”

The enthusiasm among investors on Tuesday was started by reports that Jean-Claude Trichet, the European Central Bank president, would leave a conference in Australia early to attend the summit meeting on Thursday.

But just as markets began to froth, central bank officials played down the significance of his itinerary. A spokeswoman for Mr. Trichet said he had planned to attend the meeting even before he left for Australia.

“It was pure logistics,” the spokeswoman said, declining to comment on whether Europe was moving closer to a bailout of Greece.

A person in the German government with knowledge of the negotiations confirmed that Germany was involved in direct consultations with the other 15 countries that use the euro over possible ways to help the Greek government. But the individual, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the plans, said any action would take place “within a European framework.”

“It’s just about finding a way to potentially give Greece a little breathing room,” he said. He dismissed reports that Germany was considering a unilateral aid package for Greece. “The idea that we would go it alone is completely nuts.”

A spokesman for Angela Merkel, Germany’s chancellor, said it was “wrong” that Berlin had already decided to provide financial assistance to Greece.

In the United States, Wall Street welcomed its winning day after weeks of volatility. The Dow remains about 6 percent off of its late January highs, and its close below 10,000 Monday delivered a psychological setback to those who hoped for a steady rebound.

Philip J. Orlando, chief equity strategist at Federated Investors, said a bailout plan for Greece would provide a blueprint for rescue if other countries began to reel. “Some of the overarching fears of global contagion will then begin to recede,” he said. “Greece is first and foremost the touchstone.”

The near-term direction of the market will depend on whether the European Union’s actions on Greece adequately quell fears among investors, analysts said. They remain concerned by the possibility of a series of defaults, which could raise the cost of lending around the world and slow the broader economic recovery.

Rumblings of a bailout plan sent the cost of insuring Greek debt down sharply — about 19 percent — as investors grew more confident that the government would be able to repay its debt. The cost to insure Spanish, Portuguese and Italian debt fell by similar margins.

Investors have grown wary of the feeble public finances of a number of countries that use the euro — particularly Greece, Portugal, Spain and, to a lesser extent, Italy — raising fear that the entire currency system could come under attack.

United States Treasury securities, which had gained over the last week as investors sought shelter from the financial turmoil in Europe, tumbled on Tuesday as those earlier trades were reversed. The Treasury also sold a record-tying $40 billion of three- year notes, further depressing the bond market.

The Treasury’s 10-year note fell 21/32, to 97 26/32. The yield rose to 3.65 percent, from 3.56 percent late Monday.

Following are the results of Tuesday’s Treasury auction of four- and 52-week bills and three-year notes:

Stephen Castle, Judy Dempsey, Rachel Donadio and Nichoas Kulish contributed reporting.

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