The stock market in Indonesia was closed for public holiday on Wednesday (Feb 15) as the country held the direct election of governors, regent, and mayors (Pilkada) simultaneously in 101 regions including Jakarta, the capital. The market sentiment has been hit by concern over any chaos following the result of votes. On Tuesday (Feb 14), the composite index of the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) fell 0.53% to close at 5,380. Foreign investors booked net sell of Rp384.2 billion. The rupiah was traded flat at Rp13,330 against the U.S. dollar.To subscribe please click here