Analisis Pengaruh Tingkat Bunga Terhadap Indeks Harga Sahan di Pusat Informasi Pasar Modal Medan
Pandapotan Jimmy R. Sitompul
Drs. Jhon Tafbu Ritonga, MEc. Dan Drs. Ramli, MS.
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In less than a decade, the Indonesia capital market has made encermous strides. Market Activity has particulary gathered force in the wake of the inauguration of automated trading on the Jakarta Stock Exchange (JSX) in May 1995, with daily average turnover having climbed 504% and market capitalization 154%. A sustained effort to provide the essential under pinnings for future stock market growth has been under way for sometime, and now almost all major requirements are in place. The market now offers a much wider range of investment products while operating with improved trading facilities and more sophisticated technology. In addition, an intensive capital market training program is under way. Unfortunately, local investors have yet to avail themselves of this progress while local investor participation has improved, rising from about 30% to more than 40% in April 1997, fewer than I% of all Indonesians are investing on the stock market. This is a very small percentage when compared Malaysia, where local investors reportedly amount to 30% of the entire population.
- SP - Economic Development