Indonesia - Market factors to watch on Oct 2

Mon Oct 1, 2012 10:43pm EDT

JAKARTA, Oct 2 (Reuters) - Following is some company-related
and market news which could have an impact on the local market.
    
  ------------------ MARKET SNAPSHOT AT 2335 GMT ---------------
                   INSTRUMENT     LAST      PCT CHG    NET CHG 
 USD/JPY                    78.04      0.09      0.07 
 US 10YR                1.62     -0.11      0.00 
 SPOT GOLD                1775.99      0.12      2.20 
 US CRUDE                   92.34     -0.15     -0.14 
 DOW JONES               13515.11      0.58     77.98 
 ASIA ADRS                120.39      0.04      0.05 
 FTSE 100                5820.45      1.37     78.38 
  ------------------------------------------------------------- 
    
    GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares, euro, Aussie steady after US data
 
    SE Asia Stocks--Most weak in light volume, Malaysia
outperforms 
    
    STOCKS TO WATCH
> The Indonesian Food and Beverage Association (Gapmmi) sees
sales in 2013 will reach 760 trillion rupiah ($79.33 billion),
up 6.5-7 percent from this year forecast of 710 trillion rupiah,
said chairman Franky Sibarani. (Investor Daily)
> Home appliance retailer PT Ace Hardware Tbk has won
shareholder approval to split its publicly-listed stock in 1:10
ratio, scheduled to be done in November, said corporate
secretary Helen Tanzil. (Investor Daily, Bisnis Indonesia)
> Retailer PT Matahari Putra Prima Tbk reported its
first-half revenue at 5 trillion rupiah ($521.92 million), up 21
percent from 4.1 trillion rupiah a year earlier, said CEO
Benjamin Mailool in a statement. (Investor Daily)
> Indonesia's automotive manufacturer association (Gaikindo)
sees car sales in September will reach 90,000 cars, up 18
percent on a monthly basis, said chairman Sudirman Maman Rusdi.
(Kontan, Bisnis Indonesia)
    
    MARKET NEWS
> Nikkei nudges up on better-than-expected U.S. data    
> Wall St kicks off October with modest gains           
> Bond prices up as stocks fade, data selloff subsides 
> Euro squeezed higher, RBA keeps AUD bulls nervous   
> Gold edges towards 11-month high on weak dollar     
> Oil ends down on weak growth signals in Europe, Asia 
> Key political risks to watch in Indonesia     
    
    INDONESIA IN THE NEWS:
> Indonesia's Bakrie Group to repay $437 mln of debt
 
> Indonesia trade picture signals worsening economy
 
> G-Resources shuts Indonesian gold mine over pipeline dispute
 
> Indonesia Aug foreign tourist arrivals grew 2.1 pct y/y
 
> Indonesia's Lampung September cocoa exports fall 21 pct
y/y 
> Indonesia's Sept Sumatra coffee bean exports rise 77 pct
 
> Indonesia's HSBC PMI weakens to 50.5 in Sept 

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 (Compiled by Rin Hindryati and Rieka Rahadiana; Editing by G.
Ram Mohan)
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