PHStocks Exclusive: Top 30 Biggest Decliners in 2017

We have just published the top 30 strongest stocks for 2017. In case you haven’t seen it yet, you can check it out here. Meanwhile, here’s the list of the top 30 decliners in 2017. Most of these stocks are strong, and over the previous year may have seen increases and drops in stock prices. It may […]
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DENR Gives Green Light to SOLID Cement Capacity Expansion

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has granted the Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC) that covers, among others, the proposed expanded/new production line at the cement plant of SOLID Cement Corp., corresponding to an additional capacity of approximately one million five hundred thousand metric tons per year (1.5 MMTPY). SOLID is a subsidiary of […]
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PHStocks Exclusive: Top 30 Worst Performing Stocks in June

Manila—(PHStocks)—Yesterday, we presented the top 30 best performing stocks over the past month. This time around, it’s the top 30 worst performing stocks in June. Some of these stocks have risen during the month, before falling down again to their levels at June 30, upon which this ranking is based. Therefore, we cannot really say […]
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CEMEX Reports 3Q 2016 Results

Manila—(PHStocks)—CEMEX Holdings Philippines Inc. (PSE: CHP), announced today that consolidated pro forma net sales reached PhP19.8 billion in the first nine months of 2016. Pro forma net sales were PhP6.6 billion in the third quarter. Pro forma Operating EBITDA increased by 14% during the first nine months of 2016 versus comparable pro forma period in […]
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PSE Approves Cemex IPO

Manila—(PHStocks)—The Philippine Stock Exchange Inc. (PSE) has given its go signal for Cemex Holdings Philippines Inc. to conduct an Initial Public Offering (IPO). The cement producer will be offering 2.03 billion shares at a maximum price of PhP17.00. Including its over-allotment option of 304.95 million shares, the company can potentially raise PhP39.74 billion at the […]
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