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Jakarta Post

A bull market getting pricy, says First State Investments

  /   Mon, April 5 2010   /  12:06 pm

The Indonesian stock market is one of the best performing in the region with the stock index more than doubling from the 1300 level, in early 2009, to its current 2800 level, a year later. With the strong interest in Indonesia's stocks and government bonds, The Jakarta Post Senior Editor, Manggi Habir, met recently with Hario Soeprobo, Head of First State Investment (FSI) in Indonesia and his team, comprising of Putut Andanawarih, Director FSI, Hazrina (Hani) Dewi, Head of Investments and Suryanto (Anto) Sandjaja, Senior Investment Manager to better understand recent capital market movements, the nature of the flow of funds, where it is going into and issues going forward. Manggi: How would you describe the funds flow movement in Indonesia's capital markets and how different is it from a year ago? Hani: There is considerable liquidity in the global market and some of it is comi...