Stocks climb after better November jobless data

THE benchmark index climbed on Monday as investors digested data showing an improved unemployment rate in the country and after the government said it will not be imposing strict lockdowns amid the surge in coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) infections.

Trading to be volatile as cases continue to climb

LOCAL stocks are seen to be volatile this week amid rising cases of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Stocks sink on rising cases, losses from tighter restrictions

STOCKS declined further on Friday due to the continued surge in infections after economic managers said the country will lose about P3 billion a...

PSEi slips as coronavirus cases continue to rise

STOCKS ended lower on Thursday after trading stayed in the red for most of the session on concerns over rising coronavirus cases despite decreased selling following the central bank’s hints of continued accommodative policy.

Stocks up on slower-than-expected Dec. inflation

PHILIPPINE STOCKS climbed on Wednesday on improved market sentiment following a slower-than-expected inflation print in December.

Trading glitch unlikely to shake index — analyst

TRADING suspension at the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) due to a technical glitch on Tuesday was unlikely to shake the index, analysts said, noting that negative investor sentiment about the matter was irrational.

Shares decline as tighter COVID restrictions start

PHILIPPINE stocks declined on Monday following the imposition of tighter restrictions in Metro Manila due to rising cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Market to remain volatile due to surge in cases

PHILIPPINE stocks are seen to be volatile this year amid concerns over the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic and the upcoming national elections.

Local stocks sink as new virus cases climb

A surge in new cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) sent Philippines shares tumbling on the last trading day of the year, analysts said...

Market seen to move sideways on recovery hopes

PHILIPPINE shares are expected to trade sideways on the last trading day of the year as investors take into account the country’s pandemic recovery prospects.