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Mirae Asset Sekuritas Indonesia Company Update Matahari Department Store (LPPF IJ) – 2Q18 review: More store closures jitter investors by Christine Natasya (natasya) Aug 1, 2018 Matahari Department Store (LPPF IJ) – 2Q18 review: More store closures jitter investors Matahari Department Store (LPPF) delivered net profit of IDR1.09tr (+345% QoQ, +0.4% YoY) in 2Q18, bringing ..

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Please click here for report: Surya Citra Media: Heading into a better quarter Surya Citra Media (SCMA IJ): BUY Market Cap: US$2,085m | Average Daily Value: US$2.00m Last Traded Price: Rp2,060; Price Target: Rp2,600 (Upside 26.2%) Analyst David Arie Hartono +62 2130034936 david.arie Heading into a better quarter 1H18 earnings in line with our expectation ..

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Please click here for report: Aneka Gas Industri: Softer q-o-q performance due to shorter working days Aneka Gas Industri (AGII IJ): BUY Market Cap: US$125m | Average Daily Value: US$0.01m Last Traded Price: Rp590; Price Target: Rp1,300 (Upside 120.3%) Analyst William Simadiputra +62 2130034939 william..simadiputra Softer q-o-q performance due to shorter working days Earnings grew ..

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Please click here for report: Wijaya Karya Beton: On track to meet FY18 target Wijaya Karya Beton (WTON IJ): BUY Market Cap: US$245m | Average Daily Value: US$0.28m Last Traded Price: Rp406; Price Target: Rp760 (Upside 87.2%) Analyst Victor STEFANO +6221 3003 4934 victor.stefano On track to meet FY18 target Topline and bottomline numbers are ..

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Indonesian economic growth had stayed positive during 2017, steadily recording around 5.1%, which is in fact relatively higher than the 2016 economic growth figure of 4.94%. This has been supported primary by expanded investment and exports, followed by government spending and domestic consumption. The Government economic policy and the monetary policy of Bank Indonesia (BI) ..

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Indonesian economic growth had stayed positive during 2017, steadily recording around 5.1%, which is in fact relatively higher than the 2016 economic growth figure of 4.94%. This has been supported primary by expanded investment and exports, followed by government spending and domestic consumption. The Government economic policy and the monetary policy of Bank Indonesia (BI) ..

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