hold indy … hmmm ENAAAAAkkkk : 240909
24/09/2009 – 09:51
Inilah Pilihan Saham Hari Ini!
INILAH.COM, Jakarta – Fantastis, IHSG pasca liburan panjang dibuka menguat 14 poin dengan beragam pilihan saham untuk perdagangan Kamis (24/9) ini.
Riset Trimegah Securities meramalkan ada 5 saham yang dapat ditransaksikan hari ini, yakni sektor pertambangan seperti Bumi Resources Tbk (BUMI) dengan potensi pergerakan lanjutan ke 3.400-3.500 direkomendasikan strong buy, Adaro Energy Tbk (ADRO) dengan potensi kenaikan di kisaran 1.500-1.550 direkomendasikan strong buy, dan Perusahaan Tambang Bukit Asam Tbk (PTBA) dengan resisten kuat di 14.700-15.000 direkomendasikan SoS.
“Sektor pertambangan khususnya BUMI memiliki resisten kedua di level 3.750 yang dapat tembus dalam waktu dekat,” prediksinya.
Di samping itu, ada sektor perbankan, yakni Bank Central Asia dengan resisten kuat di 4.700-5.000 direkomendasikan SoS dan Sektor energi ada Indika Energy Tbk (INDY) direkomendasikan hold lantaran jika harganya tembus 2.575 maka take profitnya di 2.700-2.750. [san/cms]
sedangkan pada Januari 2009:
Macquarie cuts coal price forecast for 2009 sharply
The bank blames slowing demand and improved supply led by China and Australia.
Posted: Tuesday , 20 Jan 2009
PERTH (Reuters) –
Macquarie Group (MQG.AX) has cut its 2009 forecast for thermal and coking coal prices, citing slackening demand from end users and increased supplies, and downgraded ratings on two coal companies.
The Australian bank cut its forecast for 2009 benchmark contract prices for hard coking coal, used in steelmaking, by 21 percent to $110 a tonne, compared with $300 a tonne struck last year.
Thermal coal prices, used in power generation, are expected to drop 40 percent from a year ago to $75 a tonne, Macquarie said in a research note led by Adam Worthington that was issued on Tuesday.
Its previous forecast for thermal coal was $105 a tonne.
The bank cited a continued deterioration in steel market as the key reason for a pull back in coking coal prices, adding that the reversal in steel production for 2009 could see seaborne metallurgical coal demand drop 12 percent, or by 27 million tonnes.
In the thermal coal market, Macquarie said slowing demand and improved supply led by China and Australia were major factors pressuring prices.
The bank also cut its price forecasts for Thailand’s Banpu BANP.BK, Indonesia’s United Tractors Tbk (UNTR.JK), Indo Tambangraya Megah (ITMG.JK) and Bayan Resources (BYAN.JK), though it their rating at “outperform”.
It however downgraded Indonesia’s Indika Energy (INDY.JK) to “neutral”, saying the firm’s 2009 earnings were at risk, while Hong Kong’s Hidili Industry (1393.HK) was also downgraded to underperform on a weak coking price outlook. (Reporting by Fayen Wong; Editing by Ben Tan)