Indonesia - Market factors to watch on May 28

Mon May 27, 2013 9:47pm EDT

JAKARTA, May 28 (Reuters) - Following is some
company-related and market news that could affect the local
market.
 
---------------- MARKET SNAPSHOT AT 0012 GMT -------------- 
                   INSTRUMENT   LAST      PCT CHG   NET CHG 
 S&P 500                 1649.6     -0.06    -0.91  
 USD/JPY                 101.47      0.54     0.54 
 10-YR US TSY YLD   2.03        1.12     0.02  
 SPOT GOLD               1393.01    -0.09    -1.27 
 US CRUDE                93.94      -0.22    -0.21  
 DOW JONES               15303.10    0.06     8.60  
 ASIA ADRS              139.79     -1.85    -2.63 
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Nikkei extends losses, dollar steady vs yen 
 
SE Asia Stocks-Weak globals knock region off highs; 
Philippine lags 
     
    STOCKS TO WATCH
    - Retail company PT Sumber Alfaria Trijaya plans
to develop two logistics centres in Pekanbaru and Jambi, Sumatra
this year, with a total investment of 200 billion Indonesian
rupiah ($20.43 million), said corporate secretary Solihin.
(Investor Daily)
    - Oil firm PT Medco Energi Internasional in talks
to raise a $300 million loan from PT Bank Mandiri and
Standard Chartered Bank to finance its Senoro gas project, said
CEO Lukman Mahfoedz. (Investor Daily)
    - PT United Tractors, Indonesia's biggest heavy
equipment provider, posted a 42 percent decline in sales from
January to April due to slowing demand in the coal mining
sector, said corporate secretary Sara Loebis. (Kontan)

    MARKET NEWS
> Nikkei sheds 1.2 pct to break below 14,000          
> Wall St posts 1st weekly loss since mid-April       
> TREASURIES-Prices rise, 10-year yields fluctuate   
> Yen softer for now; Nikkei seen calling the shots 
> Gold rises on physical demand as dollar dips      
> Brent dips on weak economic data, ample supplies   
    
    INDONESIA IN THE NEWS
 > Indonesia relaxes limits on Australia beef imports-Aust
Govt 
 > Freeport able to restart Indonesia open-mining
soon-minister 
 > Indonesia cbank sees room to raise deposit facility
rate 
    
    ASIA-PACIFIC STOCK MARKETS
    S.Korea       China      Hong Kong    
    Taiwan       India       Australia/NZ     
     
    OTHER MARKETS
    Currency      Eurostocks      JP bonds  
    ADR Report    LME metals  
         
    STOCKS NEWS
    US 
    Europe 
    Asia   
    
    DIARIES & DATA: 
    U.S. earnings diary     
    European diary      
    Asia Macro         
        
    TOP NEWS
    Front Page         Asian companies 
    U.S. company News European companies 
    Forex news         Global Economy 
    Tech, Media and Telecoms 
    Financials          General/political 
    A multimedia version of Reuters Top News is available at: 
    topnews.session.rservices.com
($1 = 9790.0000 Indonesian rupiahs)

 (Compiled by Rin Hindryati; Editing by Gopakumar Warrier)
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