Asian shares slipped from near three-week highs hit earlier this month on Friday, as a rally in oil prices paused and investors remained cautious about the outlook of the global economy, Reuters reported. The Composite index of the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) gained 0.28% to close at 4779 Thursday (Feb. 18), thanks to late buying, as profit taking led the index into red zone in the afternoon trade. Foreign investors booked net buy of Rp367.2 billion yesterday, bringing year to date net buy to Rp2.74 trillion.To subscribe please click here