Solid Gold Berjangka ~ Dampak keputusan MSCI

saham jepang 3Solid Gold Berjangka ~ Saham China blue-chips memperpanjang kenaikan pada hari Kamis untuk mencapai level 18 bulan tertinggi terbaru karena adanya keputusan MSCI untuk memasukkan saham-saham utama di indeks utama mereka, namun sebagian besar keuntungan terhapus pada akhir perdagangan karena investor mengambil keuntungan dan pelemahan dalam saham berskala kecil yang dapat mengurangi sentimen.

Indeks CSI 300 blue-chip naik 0,1 persen, ke level 3.590,34 poin, sedangkan Indeks Shanghai Composite turun 0,3 persen ke level 3.147,45 poin.

Namun, suku bunga blue-chips melemahkan permintaan untuk saham berskala kecil, yang telah menurun tajam. Dewan start-up ChiNext turun 1,4 persen. (knc)

Saham-saham Hong Kong sedikit berubah pada hari Kamis, seiring para investor merenungkan dampak potensial dari keputusan MSCI untuk memasukkan lebih banyak saham China daratan dalam indeks acuan utama.

Indeks Hang Seng melemah 0,1 persen untuk ditutup di level 25.674,53 poin, sedangkan China Enterprises Index menguat 0,1 persen ke level 10.402,76 poin.

Penyedia indeks AS mengatakan pada hari Selasa bahwa pihaknya akan menambahkan 222 saham yang terdaftar di China ke Emerging Markets Index (EMI), menarik sekitar $ 1,6 triliun, dengan proses inklusi di mulai pada Juni 2018.

Beberapa pihak khawatir keputusan tersebut dapat mengancam peran Hong Kong sebagai pintu gerbang investor global utama ke Cina.

Indeks yang mengukur perbedaan harga antara perusahaan dual-listed di Shanghai dan Hong Kong menyentuh level tertinggi enam bulan sebelum berakhir naik 0,8 persen di level 125,05.

Nilai di atas 100 menunjukkan saham Shanghai berada pada harga premium untuk saham dalam perdagangan perusahaan yang sama di Hong Kong, dan sebaliknya.

Kinerja sektor beragam. Kenaikan dipimpin oleh saham utilitas, sementara saham material turun.

Saham energi merosot seiring harga minyak menyentuh level terendah 10 bulan semalam dikarenakan kekhawatiran akan adanya kelebihan pasokan dan penurunan permintaan. (Sdm)

Sumber: Reuters

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China blue-chips extended gains on Thursday to hit a fresh 18-month high on excitement over MSCI decision to include mainland shares in a key index, but most of the gains were erased in late trade as investors took profits and as the weakness in small-cap stocks dampened sentiment.

The blue-chip CSI300 index rose 0.1 percent, to 3,590.34 points, while the Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.3 percent to 3,147.45 points.

However, interest in blue-chips sapped demand for small-caps, which has already waned sharply. The start-up board ChiNext dropped 1.4 percent.

Hong Kong stocks were little changed on Thursday, as investors pondered the potential impact of MSCI’s decision to include more mainland China stocks in a key benchmark index.

The Hang Seng index fell 0.1 percent, to 25,674.53 points, while the China Enterprises Index gained 0.1 percent, to 10,402.76 points.

The U.S. index provider said on Tuesday it would add 222 China-listed stocks to its Emerging Markets Index (EMI), tracked by around $1.6 trillion, with the inclusion process starting in June 2018.

Some fear the decision could threaten Hong Kong’s role as a key global investor gateway to China.

The index measuring price differences between dual-listed companies in Shanghai and Hong Kong hit a six-month high before ending up 0.8 percent at 125.05.

A value above 100 indicates Shanghai shares are pricing at a premium to shares in the same company trading in Hong Kong, and vice versa.

Sector performance was mixed. Gains were led by utilities stocks, while materials shares dragged behind.

Energy shares dipped as oil prices hit a 10-month low overnight on concerns over a supply glut and falling demand.

Source:Reuters