PH Stocks Breach 6,900

Manila—(PHStocks)—Philippine stocks closed the first trading week of July on a strong note amid positive macroeconomic outlook in the United States. The benchmark Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) went up by 0.91% or 62.97 points to close trading at 6,962.28 today, 4 July. All counters are in the green, led by the Property sector, which […]
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PHStocks Dividend Roundup: CDC, BDO, HLCM, SM, EEI, RLC, WEB, COAT, CHIPS, DNL, SLF

Cityland Development Corp. (PSE: CDC) Stock dividend: 5% Record date: 3-Jul-14 Payment date: 29-Jul-14 First Gen Corp. (Series F) Cash dividend: PHP 4.00 per share Record date: 1-Jul-14 Payment date: 25-Jul-14 Related Articles:PHStocks Week in Review: Selling HighPHStocks Exclusive: Top 50 Stocks for MayPH Stocks Down for Second SessionPHStocks Exclusive: Top 50 Stocks for FebruaryPHStocks […]
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Bloodbath Continues; PSEi Falls Back to 6,600

Manila—(PHStocks)—Philippine stocks opened the trading week on a negative note amid weak performance in the U.S. market. The Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) fell by a further 1.21% or 80.75 points to close today’s trading at 6,604.35. The Services segment continued its growth, weathering the selloff to close 0.29% higher today. The remaining indices were […]
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BDO Posts PhP5.5B Net Income in 1Q14

Manila—(PHStocks)—At its annual stockholders meeting today, BDO Unibank Inc. (PSE: BDO) President Nestor V. Tan reported the Bank’s full year 2013 results to its shareholders: a record PhP22.6 billion in net income. This figure exceeded its earlier PhP20.4 billion earnings guidance, and is 56 percent higher than the PhP14.5 billion profit in 2012. Tan indicated that the Bank’s […]
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PH Stocks Extend Growth

Manila—(PHStocks)—Philippine stocks extended their growth Wednesday, 16 April, as the local market takes a break for Lent. The Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) rose further by 0.75% or 49.52 points to close the short trading week at 6,671.18. All counters remained in the green, led by the Property sector, which gained 1.43%. The wider All […]
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