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INVESTORS sold off ISM Communications Corp. shares last week with analysts attributing the movement to overall negative market sentiment as well as news on Dito Telecommunity Corp.’s possible delay in its commercial operations.
YIELDS ON government securities fell almost across-the-board last week following the central bank’s decision to cut benchmark rates by a quarter of a percentage point.
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION extended its declining streak to the 13th straight month in December, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) reported on Wednesday, with economists attributing the continued slump to tepid global demand.
PHILWEB Corp. was among the most actively traded stocks last week with traders taking their cue from news regarding the firm being in talks with an online gaming provider in a bid to return to profitability this year.
THE PHILIPPINE ECONOMY grew by 6.4% in the fourth quarter, its fastest pace for 2019 on the back of robust household spending and a rebound in government spending, but was not enough to hit the full-year goal, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) reported yesterday.
YIELDS on local government securities (GS) traded at the secondary market ended mixed last week as they tracked US Treasuries following the news of an impeachment case against US President Donald J. Trump.
DOMESTIC TRADE rose 20.1% year-on-year by value in the third quarter led by machinery and transport equipment, despite nearly flat volumes overall, according to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA).
THE government’s decision to revoke the extension of the concession agreements with Metro Manila’s two water providers last week led investors to sell their shares in affected listed firms, such as DMCI Holdings, Inc. which has a minority stake in Maynilad Water Services, Inc.
THE LATEST official labor data showed the ranks of jobless Filipinos decreasing in October, though those wanting more work to augment income increased slightly, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) reported on Thursday.
THE COUNTRY’s economic growth should have recovered in the third quarter on the back of household consumption and improved government spending, according to economists asked by BusinessWorld late last week, but hitting the government’s full-year target will likely still be a challenge.