December 4, 2012 / 2:30 AM / 5 years ago

Indonesia - Market factors to watch on Dec 4

JAKARTA, Dec 4 (Reuters) - Following is some company-related
and market news that could have an impact on the local market.
 ----------------------MARKET SNAPSHOT @ 2348 GMT ------------ 
                     INSTRUMENT   LAST       PCT CHG   NET CHG 
 S&P 500                   1409.46     -0.47%    -6.720 
 USD/JPY                   82.16       -0.09%    -0.070 
 10-YR US TSY YLD     1.6233          --     0.002 
 SPOT GOLD                 1716.71      0.11%     1.860 
 US CRUDE                  89.04       -0.06%    -0.050 
 DOW JONES                 12965.60    -0.46%    -59.98 
 ASIA ADRS                122.40      -0.76%     -0.94

GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares off 9-month high on weak U.S. data
SE ASIA STOCKS-Manila sets new record; Bangkok at fresh peak
> Indonesian state oil firm Pertamina has signed a MoU with
petrochemical firm PT Chandra Asri Petrochemical for a
joint venture that will develop a plastic material factory worth
up to $200 million in West Java, Pertamina's director Chrisna
Damayanto said. (Bisnis Indonesia, Kontan, Investor Daily)
> Pertamina is also planning to set aside $6.7 billion for
capital expenditure next year to finance various business
ventures, including the acquisition of overseas mining
companies, Andri Hidayat, the company's financial director said.

> PT Medco Power Indonesia, a joint venture between PT Medco
Energi Internasional and PT Saratoga Power, plans to
build 17 hydropower plants with a capacity of maximum 9 megawatt
each, by 2016, said CEO Fazil E. Alfitri. (Kontan)
 > Wall St sours on weak domestic factory data              
 > Bonds slip as Spain aid, Chinese data curb safety bid   
 > Euro firms against dollar, yen; RBA rate decision eyed 
 > Gold flat as U.S. fiscal talks deadlock                
 > Brent oil falls as weak US data offsets China optimism  
 > Palm dips to 3-week low on prospects of record stocks  
 > Key political risks to watch in Indonesia        
Newmont Mining CEO to depart, COO to succeed him 
Battle over Indonesia resources to deter investment
Indonesia signs new food law in bid to boost self-sufficiency
Indonesia's record Oct trade deficit to pressure rupiah
Indonesia's Nov Sumatra coffee bean exports jump five-fold
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