JCI Might Go Up Today
US stocks closed higher on Monday (7/10); Dow Jones +0.62%, S&P 500 +0.24%, and Nasdaq +0.18%. The market started the busy week (which will feature CPI and PPI data for June, as well as the start of the 2Q23 earnings season) strongly, boosted by optimism that the inflation rate might be lower than previously expected. The UST 10Y yield fell -1.7% (-0.069 bps) to 3.997%, and the USD index slipped -0.29% to 101.97.
Commodity market moved sideways on Monday); WTI oil -0.73% to USD 73.12/bbl, Brent -0.4% to USD 78/bbl, coal -1.18% to USD 138/ton, nickel closed at USD 20,961.5 and CPO +2.35% to MYR 3,923. Gold -0.73% to USD 1,930/toz.
Asian markets closed mixed on Monday: Kospi -0.24%, Nikkei -0.61%, Hang Seng +0.62%, and Shanghai +0.22%. JCI ended the day at 6,731 (+0.22%), with foreign investors recording an overall net buy of IDR 168.3 billion; IDR 223.6 billion in the regular market, and IDR -55.3 billion in the negotiated market. The largest foreign inflow in the regular market was recorded by BBRI (IDR 121.8 billion), followed by BBCA (IDR 40.3 billion), and GGRM (IDR 33.2 billion). The largest foreign outflow in the regular market was recorded by NCKL (IDR -14.2 billion), followed by SMGR (IDR -12.6 billion), and INDF (IDR -12.4 billion). The top leading movers were BYAN, BBRI, BMRI, while the top lagging movers were ASII, TLKM, MEGA.
Both Nikkei (+0.7%) and KOSPI (+0.65%) opened higher this morning. We expect the JCI to move up today, given positive sentiments from global and regional markets.