Bloomberry In, Petron Out of PSE Index

The Philippine Stock Exchange Inc. (PSE) announced that Bloomberry Resorts Corp. (PSE: BLOOM) will be added to the PSE index (PSEi) effective February 18, 2019. Bloomberry will replace Petron Corp. (PSE: PCOR) in the PSEi based on the review of listed companies covering trading activity from January to December 2018. To qualify for inclusion in […]
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PSE to Introduce New Indices, Starts Total Return Index Tracking

The Philippine Stock Exchange Inc. (PSE) is set to introduce new indices this year to cater to the index service requirements of a broader investor base. Among the new indices is the PSEi Total Return Index (PSEi TRI). A TRI gauges the overall return on the index, factoring both capital gains and dividend payments, if […]
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PH Stocks Recover

Manila—(PHStocks)—After a two-day decline, Philippine stocks recovered today as investors hunt for bargains. The benchmark Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) went up by 1.15% or 90.37 points to close today’s trading at 7,927.49. The wider All Shares index, meanwhile, recovered 44.82 points to finish at 4,730.32. Related Articles:PH Stocks Down AnewPHStocks Week in Review: Selling […]
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PH Stocks Down Anew

Manila—(PHStocks)—Philippine stocks fell for a second trading session as investors lock in their gains following a five-day rally. The mainboard Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) dropped by 0.3% or 23.65 points to close today’s market session at 7,837.12. The wider All Shares index remain in the red, further sliding by 0.11% or 5.28 points. All […]
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PH Stocks Down 25pts

Manila—(PHStocks)—The mainboard Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) ended today’s market session at 7,860.77, down by 25.26 points or 0.32%. All counters were down, albeit minimally, while the Services index closed at 1,686.14, up by 0.28%. The Property index fell by 0.52%, while the Mining and Oil sector shed 0.5%. The wider All Shares index dropped […]
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Philippines at Over 3-month High on Inflows

Source: Reuters Southeast Asian stock markets were mixed on Thursday, with Philippine shares hitting their highest in more than three months while a rally in crude oil prices and hopes the European Central Bank would ease policy lifted sentiment in Asia. The European Central Bank is set to unveil its second stimulus cocktail in three […]
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Continued Reforms to Boost PSEi

The Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) can indeed achieve new highs, mainly through the strength of domestic investors, as long as reforms continue and that a smooth political transition takes place in 2016. That sentiment was given by officials of the local bourse who shared their thoughts following aggressive targets by President Aquino, who visited […]
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