PSEi ends lower on lockdown fears, Fitch move

STOCKS declined on Wednesday as investors remained worried about the Delta variant of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and after Fitch Ratings revised its outlook on six Philippine banks to “negative.”

Stocks to decline further on lack of fresh leads

PHILIPPINE shares are expected to trade with a downward bias on the absence of positive catalysts as investors remain concerned over rising cases of the...

PSE index drops on fears of a fresh surge in cases

PHILIPPINE shares started the week in the red as concerns over the Delta variant of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) continued to dampen market sentiment.

Market to stay cautious as Delta variant cases rise

INVESTORS in the Philippine stock market will likely remain cautious this week after the country logged more cases of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) Delta variant and as they wait for the release of economic data and corporate earnings reports.

Shares decline on concerns over virus variant

Philippine shares declined on Friday after the country’s Health department reported more cases of a more transmissible coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) variant and as...

Shares drop on COVID-19 worries, lack of leads

PHILIPPINE shares declined on Thursday amid a lack of fresh leads and as coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) infections in some Asian economies surged.

PSEi climbs on bargain hunting, positive data

PHILIPPINE shares climbed on Wednesday as investors went bargain hunting following improved remittances data and a surge in auto sales.

PHL stocks drop as Fitch Ratings lowers outlook

STOCKS closed in the red on Tuesday after global debt watcher Fitch Ratings downgraded its outlook for the country.

PSEi up on bargain hunting, tracks Asian shares

PHILIPPINE shares climbed on Monday to track overseas markets as investors went bargain hunting after days of decline.

Shares to move sideways ahead of Q2 earnings

PHILIPPINE SHARES are expected to trade sideways this week as investors await companies’ earnings reports for the second quarter (Q2)  and as the country continues its coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccination program.