Indonesia - Market factors to watch on Oct 2

JAKARTA, Oct 2 (Reuters) - Following is some company-related and market news which could have an impact on the local market.

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INSTRUMENT LAST PCT CHG NET CHG USD/JPY 78.04 0.09 0.07 US 10YR 1.62 -0.11 0.00 SPOT GOLD 1775.99 0.12 2.20 US CRUDE 92.34 -0.15 -0.14 DOW JONES 13515.11 0.58 77.98 ASIA ADRS 120.39 0.04 0.05 FTSE 100 5820.45 1.37 78.38


GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares, euro, Aussie steady after US data

SE Asia Stocks--Most weak in light volume, Malaysia outperforms

STOCKS TO WATCH > The Indonesian Food and Beverage Association (Gapmmi) sees sales in 2013 will reach 760 trillion rupiah ($79.33 billion), up 6.5-7 percent from this year forecast of 710 trillion rupiah, said chairman Franky Sibarani. (Investor Daily) > Home appliance retailer PT Ace Hardware Tbk

has won shareholder approval to split its publicly-listed stock in 1:10 ratio, scheduled to be done in November, said corporate secretary Helen Tanzil. (Investor Daily, Bisnis Indonesia) > Retailer PT Matahari Putra Prima Tbk

reported its first-half revenue at 5 trillion rupiah ($521.92 million), up 21 percent from 4.1 trillion rupiah a year earlier, said CEO Benjamin Mailool in a statement. (Investor Daily) > Indonesia's automotive manufacturer association (Gaikindo) sees car sales in September will reach 90,000 cars, up 18 percent on a monthly basis, said chairman Sudirman Maman Rusdi. (Kontan, Bisnis Indonesia) MARKET NEWS > Nikkei nudges up on better-than-expected U.S. data

> Wall St kicks off October with modest gains

> Bond prices up as stocks fade, data selloff subsides

> Euro squeezed higher, RBA keeps AUD bulls nervous

> Gold edges towards 11-month high on weak dollar

> Oil ends down on weak growth signals in Europe, Asia

> Key political risks to watch in Indonesia

INDONESIA IN THE NEWS: > Indonesia's Bakrie Group to repay $437 mln of debt

> Indonesia trade picture signals worsening economy

> G-Resources shuts Indonesian gold mine over pipeline dispute

> Indonesia Aug foreign tourist arrivals grew 2.1 pct y/y

> Indonesia's Lampung September cocoa exports fall 21 pct y/y

> Indonesia's Sept Sumatra coffee bean exports rise 77 pct

> Indonesia's HSBC PMI weakens to 50.5 in Sept

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