COL 2015 Income Flat at PhP262.7M Despite Difficult Market Conditions

Pasig— (PHStocks)—The year 2015 was a difficult year for the Philippine stock market. After rising by as much as 12.5% during the start of the year, the PSEi ended 2015 lower by 3.9%. Similarly, average daily value turnover fell by 10.1% from April to December after increasing by 47.6% during the first quarter of the […]
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PHStocks Exclusive: Top 50 Stock Price Gainers in December

Manila—(PHStocks)—The last month of the year saw realignment of investor portfolio amid the strong rallies over the previous weeks leading into the holidays. A Santa Claus rally was also observed, with the Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) recovering losses to finish the last trading day of the year at 7,230.57, up by 0.62% or 44.25 […]
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COL: Quarterly Report for the Period Ended 30 September 2014

COL Financial Group Inc. (PSE: COL) quarterly report for the period ended 30 September 2014. Click here to view the file Related Articles:COL 2015 Income Flat at PhP262.7M Despite Difficult Market ConditionsPHStocks Exclusive: Top 50 Stock Price Gainers in DecemberPH Stocks Up for Fourth Straight SessionPH Stocks Extend GainsPH Stocks Fall on Profit Taking
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PAMI Inks Distribution Agreement with COL Financial

Manila—(PHStocks)—Philam Asset Management, Inc. (PAMI), a leader in asset management and a major contributor to the development of the Philippine mutual fund industry with its administration, distribution and investment advisory to nine (9) mutual funds, recently signed a distribution agreement with COL Financial Group, Inc. (COL Financial), a locally registered online stock brokerage firm and […]
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PHStocks Exclusive: Top 50 Weakest Stock Price Performers in 2Q14

Manila—(PHStocks)—We recently posted the the top 50 stock price performers in the second quarter of 2014, the top 50 stock price performers for the month of July and the strongest stock price performers for the three months running (May, June, and July). This post features the 50 weakest performers in the second quarter. They are as […]
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