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Jasa Marga (Persero) Tbk PT (JSMR.JK)

JSMR.JK on Jakarta Stock Exchange

6,000.00IDR
5:14am EDT
Change (% chg)

Rp. -100.00 (-1.64%)
Prev Close
Rp. 6,100.00
Open
Rp. 6,100.00
Day's High
Rp. 6,100.00
Day's Low
Rp. 5,925.00
Volume
4,870,900
Avg. Vol
8,068,178
52-wk High
Rp. 6,450.00
52-wk Low
Rp. 3,800.00

About

PT Jasa Marga (Persero) Tbk is an Indonesian-based company primarily engaged in the business of management, maintenance and development of toll roads. Its major business activities include conducting technical planning, construction, operation and/or maintenance of toll roads as well as acquiring land in toll area (Rumijatol)... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.19
Market Cap(Mil.): Rp. 44,273,020.00
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 7,257.87
Dividend: 45.52
Yield (%): 0.75

Financials

  JSMR.JK Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 20.08 20.72 23.70
EPS (TTM): 303.73 -- --
ROI: 4.03 4.08 7.01
ROE: 13.30 13.32 12.81

Indonesian stocks set to scale highs on elections, capital inflows

A steep rally in Indonesian stock markets ahead of a general election in April is likely to get a further boost from the dovish shifts in monetary policies of global central banks.

Mar 29 2019

Fed, elections, oil align to revive demand for Philippine, Indonesian stocks

JAKARTA/MANILA Bruised by global political and economic turbulence last year, foreign investors are now returning to Southeast Asian markets, encouraged by easing trade frictions, a more benign interest rate outlook and prospects of increased infrastructure spending.

Feb 07 2019

UPDATE 1-Fed, elections, oil align to revive demand for Philippine, Indonesian stocks

JAKARTA/MANILA, Feb 7 Bruised by global political and economic turbulence last year, foreign investors are now returning to Southeast Asian markets, encouraged by easing trade frictions, a more benign interest rate outlook and prospects of increased infrastructure spending.

Feb 07 2019

Fed, elections, oil align to revive demand for Philippine, Indonesian stocks

JAKARTA/MANILA, Feb 7 Bruised by global political and economic turbulence last year, foreign investors are now returning to Southeast Asian markets, encouraged by easing trade frictions, a more benign interest rate outlook and prospects of increased infrastructure spending.

Feb 07 2019

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