Composite index of the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) opened lower 0.1% at 5663 this morning inline with regional markets. Market in Asia extended their correction as metal prices continue to slide, while crude oil prices suffered their lowest close since November 2016 after a near 5% plunge on Thursday (May 4) on concerns of a US oil supply glut. Besides crude oil, commodity prices are generally declining today. The Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) is also scheduled to release first quarter 2017 GDP today. Last week the central bank (Bank Indonesia/BI) expected Indonesia’s Q1-2017 GDP growth to fall below 5.05% (y/y).