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Smart Tbk. (SMAR.JK)

Jakarta - Jakarta Delayed price. Currency in IDR
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4,180.00+10.00 (+0.24%)
At close: 2:48PM WIB
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Previous close4,170.00
Bid4,050.00 x
Ask4,180.00 x
Day's range4,180.00 - 4,180.00
52-week range2,995.00 - 5,100.00
Avg. volume2,780
Market capN/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
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  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    Indonesia to issue a moratorium on new palm oil concessions

    Indonesia, the world's top producer of palm oil, will issue a moratorium on new palm oil concessions, President Joko Widodo said on Thursday, part of the country's efforts to reduce the sector's impact on the environment. Home to the world's third-largest area of tropical forests, Indonesia has been criticised by green activists and other Southeast Asian nations on its forestry policy and for failing to stop the region's annual "haze" problem caused by forest-clearing for palm and pulp plantations. Palm oil is a major growth driver in Southeast Asia's largest economy, and the industry is sensitive to the issue of environmental standards, used by global food and consumer goods giants like Kellog, Mars and Unilever (NYSE: UL - news) , to determine which producers are acceptable.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 years ago

    Premier Li says China's economy won't suffer hard landing

    * Chinese Premier predicts medium to high growth * Pledges there'll be no hard landing for economy (Recasts, adds economic context, currency trading deals) LONDON, June 18 (Reuters) - Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Wednesday that China's economy would not suffer a hard landing and would continue to grow at a medium to high pace in the long term without strong stimulus. Li made the comments during a speech in London's financial district on the final day of a visit which has yielded trade and investment deals worth 14 billion pounds ($23.76 billion) and strengthened Britain's bid to become the dominant centre for the Western trade in offshore yuan.

  • Telegraph3 years ago

    Wind farm expansion will see more factories paid to switch off

    National Grid says that paying businesses to cut their energy usage will become increasingly common to help deal with times when power supplies are short because the wind isn't blowing