Shares of coal miner Bumi Resources (BUMI), the largest coal group in Indonesia, lost 4.29% to Rp67 on Wednesday (June 22), trading at market capitalization of Rp8.63 trillion, while its peer Adaro Energy (ADRO), which is widely considered second largest, was traded flat at Rp3,030 with market capitalization of Rp94.5 trillion. Year to date ADRO gained 27.8%, because of high price environment for thermal coal. While BUMI, once the largest company on IDX by market capitalization, only gained.To subscribe please click here