PALMOILMAGAZINE, JAKARTA – The selling price of palm oil stocks rose by 5.42 percent. SSMS, PSGO, TBLA, DSNG and MKTR were the TOP 5 palm oil stocks on Tuesday, October 17, 2023.
The following are the selling prices of palm oil stocks on Tuesday (17/10) based on Palmoilmagazine.commonitoring: SSMS shares, or PT Sawit Sumbermas Sarana Tbk, rose 5.42 percent. The selling price of SSMS shares was Rp. 1,265 per share. PSGO shares or PT Palma Serasih Tbk. rose 3.73 percent. The selling price of PSGO shares is Rp. 139 per share.
Followed by TBLA or PT Tunas Baru Lampung Tbk. shares, up 2.96 percent. The selling price of TBLA shares is Rp. 870 per share. DSNG shares or PT Dharma Satya Nusantara Tbk. rose 2.50 percent. The selling price of DSNG shares is Rp. 615 per share. MKTR shares or PT Menthobi Karyatama Raya Tbk. rose 2.46 percent. The selling price of MKTR shares is Rp. 125 per share.
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The increase in the selling price of palm oil shares was followed by PALM, STAA, SIMP, UNSP, SGRO and SMAR shares. The increase in share selling prices ranged from 0.23 percent to 2.46 percent.
Meanwhile, the Composite Stock Price Index (IHSG) in stock trading on Tuesday, October 17, 2023 rose 43.32 points. IHSG rose to a level of 6,939.62.
The increase in the JCI level in stock trading on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) was also colored by some stock selling prices falling and pushing up some stock selling prices. Including some of the selling prices of palm oil shares.
Morning stock trading opened at the IHSG level of 6,896.68. A slight increase from the IHSG level at the close of the afternoon yesterday (16/10).
Based on Palmoilmagazine.com monitoring, throughout stock trading, IHSG ranged from the level of 6,892.23 to the level of 6,948.04. IHSG level also soared up in the afternoon at the level of 6,943.45.
A total of 1.27 million stock transactions occurred, also resulting in a transaction value of Rp. 9.08 Trillion. The achievement of this stock exchange performance, also pushed the increase in palm oil shares up to 5.42 percent.
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