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bpfcomit FuturesPT. bpfcomit Futures –  PT. bpfcomit Futures berbisnis dengan spesifikasi layanan transaksi Sistem Perdagangan Alternatif di Bursa Berjangka Jakarta yang telah dibuktikan dengan beroperasinya PT. Bursa Berjangka Jakarta dan PT. (Persero) Kliring Berjangka Indonesia lebih dari 8 tahun yang mana PT. bpfcomit Futures merupakan salah satu pialang yang aktif terus bertransaksi di produk finansial, dan berdasarkan perkembangan industri berjangka di tanah air dan juga permintaan dari beberapa nasabah, maka manajemen mulai memikirkan untuk mulai ikut berpartisipasi dalam memasyarakatkan produk – produk komoditi primer melalui Bursa Berjangka Jakarta dengan tetap terus ikut serta dalam transaksi produk –produk finansial.

Legalitas PT. bpfcomit Futures

  1. Akta perubahan Perseroan Terbatas dari PT. Millenium Arthapala Futures menjadi PT. bpfcomit Futures, Nomor 1, tanggal 4 Maret 2008, oleh Notaris Iwan Suhardi, S.H. MH.
  2. Persetujuan BAPPEBTI tentang perubahan nama PT. Millenium Arthapala Futures menjadi PT. bpfcomit Futures, Nomor 32/BAPPEBTI/PNA-PP/5/2008
  3. Pengesahan Departemen Kehakiman dan HAM : AHU-18830 A.H.01.2.TH.2008 » Read more

U.S. Stocks Pare Weekly Advance as Rally Sparked by Fed Subsides

U.S. stocks slipped as investors considered whether shares have climbed too far too fast, after a rally spurred by central-bank optimism put the S&P 500 Index on track for its best weekly advance in nearly three months.

The S&P 500 lost 0.3 percent to 2,171.69 at 9:33 a.m. in New York. The benchmark yesterday erased a monthly loss, and is headed toward the strongest week since its rebound from the selloff that followed Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.

The S&P 500 was up 1.8 percent for the week through Thursday, after the Federal Reserve held off raising interest rates and scaled back the number of increases it expects in 2017. The equity gauge has returned to within 1 percent of a record set in August, recovering from a rout two weeks ago as signals from the Fed and the Bank of Japan calmed concerns that central banks might be less inclined to extend their unprecedented measures to support growth.

The CBOE Volatility Index added 2.2 percent to trim its biggest weekly decline since July 1. The measure of market turbulence known as the VIX on Wednesday wiped out a monthly gain that had reached as much as 35 percent.

Investors will now turn their attention to economic data and the next earnings season that gets underway in about three weeks. Reports are due next week on durable-goods orders, services and personal spending in the world’s biggest economy, while analysts project profit at S&P 500 companies fell 1.4 percent in the third quarter.

Source: Bloomberg

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U.S. Stocks Pare Weekly Gain as Crude, Apple Slide to Halt Rally

U.S. stocks retreated as energy producers and Apple Inc. led declines, with the S&P 500 Index paring its best weekly advance in more than two months after a rally spurred by the Federal Reserve.

Equities halted the longest winning streak in seven weeks as Apple and Facebook Inc. dragged down the technology group, while tumbling crude oil sank energy shares on worries OPEC won’t reach an agreement to curb output. Apple fell in afternoon trading amid speculation over iPhone demand. Bats Global Markets Inc. soared 19 percent and Twitter Inc. climbed the most since 2013 amid deal speculation.

The S&P 500 lost 0.6 percent to 2,164.77 at 4 p.m. in New York, as crude dropped the most since July and the equity benchmark fell below its average price during the past 50 days.

Facebook slipped 1.6 percent after saying it gave advertisers an inflated measure of video ad viewership. Apple took a sudden afternoon dive, losing as much as 2.7 percent on speculation that German research firm GfK issued a report suggesting iPhone 7 sales would be lower than last year, based on data in Europe and Asia. That helped send tech stocks in the main U.S. equity measure to their biggest loss in two weeks.

Source: Bloomberg

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Hong Kong Stocks Fall on Profit-Taking, Chinese Money Inflows Slump

Hong Kong stocks fell on Friday, dragged lower by financial shares and hit by a plunge in Chinese money inflows, after investors took profits from the previous day’s jump triggered by the Federal Reserve’s approach on raising U.S. rates.

The Hang Seng index fell 0.3 percent, to 23,686.48, while the China Enterprises Index lost 1.0 percent, to 9,796.01 points.

But for the week, Hang Seng was up 1.5 percent, while HSCE rose 2.1 percent.

Most sectors fell on Friday, with financial shares leading the decline.

Appetites were curbed by signs that Chinese interest in Hong Kong stocks has suddenly cooled, following strong and steady inflows over the past month.

On Friday, only 500 million yuan ($ 74.97 million) flowed into Hong Kong from mainland China via the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect, or 5 percent of the daily quota. Over the past month, roughly 40 percent of that quota was used every day on average.

Source : Reuters

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