Market Capitalization of Allo Bank (BBHI) Enters the Top 10!

            Indonesia Composite Index (ICI) (well-known as IDX Composite) managed to record a positive performance last week and also managed to set a new record high in last weekend’s trading. Shares of PT Allo Bank Tbk (BBHI) managed to enter the top 10. According to data from the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX), last week, the ICI rose 0.49% point-to-point. In trading on Friday (21/1/2022) last weekend, the ICI closed up 1.5% to 6,726.37. During the week, the value of IDX Composite transactions tended to fall to Rp57.58 trillion. However, foreign investors still recorded a net buy of Rp1.24 trillion in the regular market. Of the total 10 largest market capitalizations (big-cap), as of Friday last weekend, it rose to Rp3,446 trillion, from the previous Rp3,402 trillion.

            Stocks that experienced a decline in market cap at the end of last week were PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia Tbk (BBRI) shares which fell to Rp626 trillion, PT Astra International Tbk (ASII) shares which also fell to Rp227 trillion, and shares in PT Unilever Indonesia Tbk (UNVR) to Rp158 trillion. Meanwhile, of the stocks that experienced an increase in market cap, PT Telkom Indonesia Tbk (TLKM) shares had the largest increase in market cap last week, which increased by Rp. 14 trillion to Rp429 trillion.

            Digital bank PT Allo Bank Tbk (BBHI) shares last weekend managed to occupy the top 10 big-cap stocks of over Rp100 trillion with a market cap of Rp132 trillion. Market capitalization or market cap is the market value of an issuer, the multiplication of the share price with the number of shares outstanding in the market, the greater the market cap value of the issuer, the greater the influence of the movement on the IDX composite movement.

Jan 24, 2022, CNBC Indonesia