PSEi Continues Slow, Steady Growth

Manila—(PHStocks)—Philippine stocks extended their gains for a third day as investors digest earnings and market news abroad, with S&P 500 recording its 42nd record close of the year. The Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) index further gained 0.64% or 45.94 points to close trading at 7,275.66 Tuesday, 18 November. Related Articles:PHStocks Week in Review: PH Stocks […]
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PHStocks Exclusive: Top 50 Stock Price Gainers for June

Manila—(PHStocks)—PHStocks is back with the ranking for the top stock price gainers during the past month. This time, it’s for the month of June, which saw investors buying after the May sell-off and having portfolio window dressing towards the end of the period. Without further ado, here are our winners for this month. (Please note […]
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PH Stocks Extend Gains

Manila—(PHStocks)—Philippine stocks ended the week, and the first trading day of May, on a positive note. The Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) further gained 0.52% or 35.06 points to close the session at 6,742.97. All counters end in the green, led by the Mining & Oil index, which jumped by 2.27%. The wider All Shares […]
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Rally Continues; PSEi Climbs Back to 6,700

Manila—(PHStocks)—Philippine stocks continued their rally Wednesday, 30 April, amid investor optimism on corporate earnings. The Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) went up by 1.08% or 71.46 points to close the month’s trading at 6,707.91. All counters remain in the green, led again by the Property sector, which extended its gains by a further 1.67%. The […]
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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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