- Shares rose 4.9% to as high as 472 rupiah in its Indonesia Stock Exchange debut on Tuesday, in the country’s second-largest initial public offering this year.
- In early afternoon trade, the stock was trading at about 452 rupiah.
- The listing comes amid global macroeconomic headwinds and instability in tech stock prices.
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