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Timah (Persero) Tbk. (TINS.JK)

Jakarta - Jakarta Delayed Price. Currency in IDR
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1,315.00+10.00 (+0.77%)
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Previous Close1,305.00
Bid1,315.00 x
Ask1,320.00 x
Day's Range1,305.00 - 1,360.00
52 Week Range451.00 - 1,360.00
Avg. Volume33,123,825
Market CapN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
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1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuterslast year

    LMEWEEK-EL Nino to aid nickel, bauxite, tin supplies; cut copper

    An El Nino weather pattern that is expected to be the strongest in nearly 20 years looks set to hit copper mining over the coming months, but should boost production of bauxite, nickel ore and tin in 2016, industry sources said. The weather phenomenon leads to hotter sea temperatures in the west Pacific Ocean, which means more rain falls on South America and less in Australia and South East Asia. A shorter monsoon in Indonesia the Philippines and Malaysia can help miners produce more tin, nickel and bauxite - key materials for the construction, transport and electronics industries.

  • Bloomberg2 years ago

    Tin’s New Frontier Is Myanmar as Indonesia Curbs: Southeast Asia

    Myanmar is emerging as the new frontier in the tin industry as Indonesia, the biggest shipper, seeks to restrict supply and boost prices. Output in Myanmar will rise by 12 percent to 28,000 metric tons next year, giving it 10 percent of the global market, according to ITRI Ltd., a St. Albans , England-based industry group. Production will keep increasing partly because Myanmar Pongpipat Co. plans to expand its southern Heinda mine, Managing Director Kriangkrai Chavaltanpipat said in an interview. Tin retreated 13 percent on the London Metal Exchange this year, the biggest loser on the bourse, as supplies increased even after Indonesia tightened rules on exports.

  • Bloomberg2 years ago

    Tin Exports From Indonesia Rise After Falling Most Since January

    Tin sales from Indonesia , the world’s biggest supplier, increased 9 percent in July, rebounding from the biggest drop in five months. Shipments climbed to 7,645.2 metric tons from a revised 7,016.1 tons in June, according to data released today by the Trade Ministry. Tin, used as solder in making smartphones, has dropped 6 percent from a six-month high reached in April after Indonesia issued trading regulations that curbed supplies. Indonesia issued new rules last month, setting standards for packaging, labeling, size and shape of exports of tin products.