PHILIPPINE SHARES continued to rally on Tuesday after the country logged a better-than-expected gross domestic product (GDP) growth in the third quarter.
STOCKS continued to rise on Monday on hopes of a further easing in mobility restrictions as coronavirus cases remained low and after the government said the economy grew faster than initially reported in the second quarter.
STOCKS are expected to move sideways this week as ahead of the release of the country’s third-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) data and companies’ financial reports.
PHILIPPINE shares ended higher on Friday as investors reacted to the easing of the country’s inflation rate and the further easing of quarantine restrictions...
PHILIPPINE SHARES extended their climb on Thursday after the removal of curfew hours in Metro Manila, which were implemented for over a year and a half due to the coronavirus pandemic.
LOCAL shares on Wednesday continued to climb as investor sentiment got a boost from the improvement in October factory activity and the successful initial public offering (IPO) of Villar’s AllDay Marts, Inc.
PHILIPPINE SHARES snapped their three-day decline on Tuesday on bargain hunting and as market sentiment got a boost from the improving pandemic situation in Metro Manila.
STOCKS could move sideways this week ahead of the release of economic data and third quarter financial reports of more companies.
THE stock market performed slightly better in October than in September with the decline of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) reproduction rates and reopening of the economy.
STOCKS fell on Friday as the national government kept the National Capital Region (NCR) at Alert Level 3 amid expectations that restrictions would be...