PH Stocks Down on Profit Taking

Manila—(PHStocks)—Philippine stocks fell on profit taking Friday, 4 April, after a week of strong gains. The mainboard Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) shed 0.39% or 25.88 points to close the week at 6,561.2. This week also marked the first time in five months that the local stock market reached its peak.

Despite the sell-off, the Industrial and Mining and Oil indices held their ground, gaining 0.26% and 0.09%, respectively. The losers, meanwhile, were led by the Services sector, which dropped by 0.94%. The Financials, Holding Firms, and Property sectors were all down by a third of a percent.

Value turnover reached PhP7.96 billion while volume reached 2 billion shares. Foreign buying totaled PhP3.86 billion, compared to foreign selling of PhP3.42 billion, for a net foreign inflow of around PhP440 million. There were 89 winners against 70 decliners, while 49 stocks were flat.

Top most active in terms of value:

  1. SM Prime Holdings Inc. (PSE: SMPH): PhP15.4, -0.65%
  2. Ayala Land Inc. (PSE: ALI): PhP31.40, -0.63%
  3. Energy Development Corp. (PSE: EDC): PhP5.64, NC
  4. San Miguel Corporation Series “2” Preferred Shares – Subseries “2-A” (PSE: SMC2A): PhP75.00, NC
  5. SM Investments Corp. (PSE: SM): PhP724.50, 0.63%
  6. Ayala Corp. (PSE: AC): PhP605.00, -0.82%
  7. Security Bank Corp. (PSE: SECB): PhP109.00, 0.93%
  8. Universal Robina Corp. (PSE: URC): PhP146.90, 1.24%
  9. Petron Corp. (PSE: PCOR): PhP12.36, 0.32%
  10. JG Summit Holdings Inc. (PSE: JGS): PhP50.00, NC

Top gainers:

  1. Vivant Corp. (PSE: VVT): PhP15.20, 16.92%
  2. Philippine Realty & Holdings Corp. (PSE: RLT): PhP0.73, 15.87%
  3. Island Information and Technology Inc. (PSE: IS): PhP0.042, 13.51%
  4. Cityland Development Corp. (PSE: CDC): PhP1.15, 12.75%
  5. Roxas Holdings Inc. (PSE: ROX): PhP6.28, 10.37%
  6. ATN Holdings Inc. “A” (PSE: ATN): PhP1.88, 6.82%
  7. A Brown Co. Inc. (PSE: BRN): PhP1.44, 6.67%
  8. Central Azucarera De Tarlac (PSE: CAT): PhP31.75, 5.83%
  9. Cebu Property Venture & Development “A” (PSE: CPV): PhP5.50, 5.77%
  10. Premiere Horizon Alliance Corp. (PSE: PHA): PhP0.375, 5.63%
  11. Yehey! Corp. (PSE: YEHEY): PhP1.20, 5.26%
  12. Splash Corp. (PSE: SPH): PhP1.78, 4.71%
  13. Zeus Holdings Inc. (PSE: ZHI): PhP0.335, 4.69%
  14. First Gen Corp. (PSE: FGEN): PhP19.98, 4.61%
  15. STI Education Systems Holdings Inc. (PSE: STI): PhP0.72, 4.35%
  16. Marcventures Holdings Inc. (PSE: MARC): PhP4.57, 4.34%
  17. Benguet Corp. “B” (PSE: BCB): PhP7.50, 4.17%
  18. Araneta Properties Inc. (PSE: ARA): PhP1.77, 4.12%
  19. Vista Land & Lifescapes Inc. (PSE: VLL): PhP5.99, 3.99%
  20. Da Vinci Capital Holdings Inc. (PSE: DAVIN): PhP1.08, 3.85%

Top decliners:

  1. IP E-Game Ventures Inc. (PSE: EG): PhP0.013, -7.14%
  2. AbaCore Capital Holdings Inc. (PSE: ABA): PhP0.49, -5.77%
  3. Manila Mining Corp. “B” (PSE: MAB): PhP0.017, -5.56%
  4. iPeople Inc. (PSE: IPO): PhP11.34, -5.50%
  5. iRipple Inc. (PSE: RPL): PhP17.50, -4.37%
  6. Sta. Lucia Land Inc. (PSE: SLI): PhP0.71, -4.05%
  7. Alliance Select Foods International Inc. (PSE: FOOD): PhP1.23, -3.91%
  8. 2GO Group Inc. (PSE: 2GO): PhP2.60, -3.7%
  9. International Container Terminal Services Inc. (PSE: ICT): PhP107.80, -3.49%
  10. Nihao Mineral Resources International Inc. (PSE: NI): PhP2.56, -3.03%
  11. NextStage Inc. (PSE: NXT): PhP2.68, -2.55%
  12. Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc. (PSE: IMI): PhP3.10, -2.52%
  13. Ginebra San Miguel Inc. (PSE: GSMI): PhP19.50, -2.5%
  14. Melco Crown (Philippines) Resorts Corp. (PSE: MCP): PhP12.44, -2.35%
  15. Jollibee Foods Corp. (PSE: JFC): PhP171.00, -2.29%
  16. MRC Allied Inc. (PSE: MRC): PhP0.091, -2.15%
  17. National Reinsurance Corporation of the Philippines (PSE: NRCP): PhP1.37, -2.14%
  18. Aboitiz Equity Ventures Inc. (PSE: AEV): PhP56.10, -2.09%
  19. Puregold Price Club Inc. (PSE: PGOLD): PhP45.55, -2.04%
  20. Filinvest Development Corp. (PSE: FDC): PhP5.00, -1.96%

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