Indonesia - Market factors to watch on Oct 5

JAKARTA, Oct 5 (Reuters) - Following is some company-related and market news that could have an impact on the local market on Friday.

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INSTRUMENT LAST PCT CHG NET CHG S&P 500 1461.4 0.72% 10.410 USD/JPY 78.51 0.05% 0.040 10-YR US TSY YLD 1.6715 -- -0.002 SPOT GOLD 1791.89 0.19% 3.340 US CRUDE 91.5 -0.23% -0.210 DOW JONES 13575.36 0.60% 80.75 ASIA ADRS 121.20 1.29% 1.54


GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia shares gain after ECB assurances, US jobs next in focus

SE Asia Stocks-Philippine, Malaysia, Indonesia at all-time high

STOCKS TO WATCH > Indonesia's coal production reached 247 million tonnes in January-August, up 4 percent from 238 million tonnes in the same period last year, said Edi Prasojo, a director in the energy and mineral resources ministry. He said of the total output, 182 million tonnes, or 73.68 percent, were exported. (Investor Daily) > The government plans to open bidding for six geothermal work mining sites in Aceh, West Sumatera, West Java, East Nusa Tenggara, and North Maluku and Danau Ranau, this year, said Djadjang Sukarna, a renewable energy official in the energy and mineral resources ministry. (Bisnis Indonesia) > PT Radiant Utama Interinsco Tbk

, via its unit PT Supraco Mitra Energie, plans to spend 11 million euros ($14.31 million) to build a hydropower plant in West Sumatera that will have a capacity of up to 6.45 megawatt, said director Misyal A Bahwal in a statement. (Investor Daily)

MARKET NEWS > Nikkei climbs to 1-week high ahead of BOJ, U.S. jobs

> S&P 500 on verge of 5-year high day ahead of jobs data

> U.S. bond prices fall on day before key jobs data

> Euro romps higher; BOJ, U.S. jobs data loom

> Gold extends gains, stays near 11-month top

> Oil jumps, gasoline futures gain 5 pct on refinery fire

> Key political risks to watch in Indonesia

INDONESIA IN THE NEWS: > Indonesian bank BTN plans $221mln rights issue in November

> Strike-hit Indonesia to improve labour conditions

> Indonesia pawn shop firm shelves IPO, asks govt for capital

> Indonesia raises 7.5 trln rph bonds, yields falls

> Indonesia forex reserves rise to $110.17 bln at end-Sept

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