JCI Might Decline Today
US stocks closed mixed on Tuesday (5/30): Dow Jones -0.15%, S&P 500 +0.00%, and Nasdaq +0.32%. The market felt some pressure due to concerns that US Congress may reject the tentative deal on the US debt ceiling amid growing opposition within the GOP. Concerns about the possibility of another rate hike also weighed on the market. The UST 10Y yield fell -1.96% to 3.69%, and the USD Index slipped -0.04% to 104.2.
Commodity market closed mostly lower on Tuesday (5/30): WTI oil fell -4.57% to USD 69.61/bbl, coal fell -3.95% to USD 135/ton, nickel declined -0.24% to USD 21,045, and CPO fell -3.95% to MYR 3,405. Gold rose +0.78% to USD 1.977/toz.
Asian markets closed mostly higher: Nikkei +0.3%, Hang Seng +0.24%, Shanghai +0.09%. EIDO slipped -0.08%, and JCI fell -0.67% to 6,636.4, with foreign investors recording an overall net buy of IDR 432 billion; IDR 366.2 billion in the regular market, and IDR 65.8 billion in the negotiated market. The largest foreign inflow in the regular market was recorded by BBCA (IDR 442.9 billion), followed by GOTO (IDR 154.2 billion), and BMRI (IDR 77.2 billion). The largest foreign outflow in the regular market was recorded by TLKM (IDR 157.4 billion), followed by BBNI (IDR 59.5 billion), and ASII (IDR 24.3 billion). The top leading movers were BBCA, GOTO, and BUKA, while the top lagging movers were BYAN, TLKM, and BBRI.
Both Nikkei (-1.01%) and KOSPI (-0.07%) opened lower this morning. We expect the JCI to decline today, given negative sentiments from global and regional markets.