Investor Confidence is Still Not Recovered Due to be Haunted by Europe's Debt Crisis.

Composite Stock Price Index (CSPI) fell 3 points due to thin profit-taking in late trading. Investor confidence is still not recovered due to be haunted by Europe’s debt crisis.

While the rupiah against the U.S. dollar (U.S.) closed higher on the position of Rp 8970 per U.S. dollar compared to the close of trading yesterday at Rp 9015 per U.S. dollar.

Started trading this morning, stock index opened up 12.759 points (0.33%) to the level of 3796.640. Rebound him the world’s major bourses push the index up into the green zone.

Buying in early trade mengatarkan index to its highest level today at 3800.289. However, the existence of profit taking could scuttle the index into the red zone.

At the closing session of the trading, stock index edged up 0.731 points (0.01%) to a level of 3784.612 tend to be flat due to the action waiting for investors. Investors are still looking at the development of European crisis.

Selling pressure began to enter the trading session rife II, the index fell to its lowest position at 3764.887. Mining stocks have gone up high to relentless investor.

Ending the weekend trading on Friday (11.11.2011), JCI closed thin 4.996 points (0.14%) to the level of 3778.885. While LQ 45 index closed down 1.988 points, thin (0.30%) to a level of 671.875.

Investors still tend to wait and see before the market really conducive, while occasionally reducing the portfolio. Market risk is still high because of the crisis still haunt Europe.

Shares in the agricultural sector to try to lift the stock into the green zone, along with the property sector and various industries. However, the number of sectoral index fell much more, led by the mining sector index.

Transactions of foreign investors is not very significant today, medias recorded net purchases (foreign net buy) thin worth Rp 45.453 billion in the entire market. Local investors still dominate the trade.

Trade today went pretty quiet with a frequency of 51,502 times on transaction volume reached 2.222 billion shares worth Rp 1.563 trillion. A total of 13 stocks rose, the remaining 241 shares fell, and 28 shares stagnant.

Bourses in Asia has not changed much since this morning, still mixed with a tendency to move higher. But unfortunately, the points are printed slightly receding compared to this morning.

Here’s the situation and conditions in regional bourses this afternoon:

    Shanghai Composite Index edged up 1.55 points (0.06%) to a level of 2481.08.
    Hang Seng Index rose 173.28 points (0.91%) to as low as 19137.17.
    Nikkei 225 index rose 13.67 points, thin (0.16%) to a level of 8514.47.
    Straits Times Index edged down 1.81 (0.06%) to a level of 2785.09.

The shares are up significantly and entered the ranks of top gainers among Indo Tambangraya (ITMG) up to Rp 400 to Rp 43,800, Astra International (ASII) rose Rp 350 to Rp 69,500, SMART (SMAR) up to Rp 300 to Rp 6700, and Surya image (SCMA) up to Rp 200 to Rp 6650.

While stocks are down quite deep and into the category of top losers among others Gudang Garam (GGRM) fell Rp 500 to Rp 60,500, Bayan (BYAN) fell Rp 300 to Rp 18,500, Hexindo (hexa) fell Rp 250 to Rp 8250, and United Tractor (UNTR) fell Rp 250 to Rp 25,450.