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THE Philippine Stock Exchange, Inc. (PSE) plans to buy back P532.01 million worth of common shares from broker shareholders until September, in a bid to reduce its broker ownership to less than 20%.
PHILIPPINE bulls see the nation’s stock index climbing back to 8,000 later this year as corporate profits recover and economic growth accelerates.
PARTICIPATION of small investors in an initial public offering (IPO) improved following the Philippine Stock Exchange, Inc.’s (PSE) launch of the PSE Electronic Allocation System (PSE EASy).
THE Philippine Stock Exchange revamped its sectoral indices, admitting three new companies and removing one, while leaving the benchmark 30-member PSE index (PSEi) intact.
THE Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) is seen to end the year within the 8,400 to 8,600 range, boosted by lower interest rates and the expected earnings growth for listed firms for the rest of the year.
MANAGERS at the three best performing Philippine equity funds see a much rosier second half for Rodrigo Duterte’s term as president, forecasting that the benchmark stock index will climb about 25% over the next three years.
THE Philippine Stock Exchange, Inc. (PSE) will lift the trading suspension on shares in Supercity Realty Development Corp. (SRDC) on Thursday (June 13), after the company disclosed additional details on its transaction with Manila Bay Development Corp. (MBDC).
SMALL investors may now subscribe to initial public offerings (IPO) online, following the Philippine Stock Exchange, Inc.’s (PSE) launch of a web-based platform that looks to boost their participation in maiden offerings in the future.
PH RESORTS Group Holdings, Inc. looks to get the Philippine Stock Exchange’s (PSE) approval for its P18.488-billion follow-on offering within the month, in order to facilitate its expansion.
THE Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) will get one more month to decide on the offer of Land Bank of the Philippines (LANDBANK) to buy out the remaining shares in the Philippine Dealing System Holdings Corp. (PDSHC).
AFTER their dismal showing last year, First Metro Investment Corp. (FMIC) expects the capital and equities markets to significantly improve in 2019, as it forecasts stronger economic growth and lower interest rates.
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THE PHILIPPINE STOCK EXCHANGE (PSE) has taken further steps to explore potential avenues for cooperation with the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE), visiting that Chinese city late last month to learn about the Chinese bourse’s listing and disclosure regulations and other market-related functions.
THE Philippine Stock Exchange, Inc. (PSE) plans to impose stricter guidelines on the selection of fairness valuation providers for companies in need of valuation reports, in a bid to protect small investors.
TRADING AT the local stock market was delayed for almost an hour on Monday due to telecommunication line issues, according to a top official.
THERE WILL be no trading at the Philippine Stock Exchange for three days in November in observance of national holidays. Nov. 1, Thursday, is a regular holiday for All Saints’ Day, while Nov. 2, All Souls’ Day, has been declared a special non-working day. Nov. 30, meanwhile, is the celebration for hero Andres Bonifacio.
THE PHILIPPINE STOCK Exchange, Inc. (PSE) is optimistic it can breach its P200-billion full-year target for fund-raising activities at the local bourse, as the share sale of San Miguel Corp.’s food and beverage unit pushes through in the fourth quarter.
THE country’s corporate regulator has ordered capital markets, listed companies, and other institutions to comply with data privacy laws following reports of security breaches in both local and international firms in the previous months.
TRADING participants welcomed the Philippine Stock Exchange’s (PSE) move to tweak listing rules that would prompt companies seeking to conduct a follow-on offering (FOO) to provide a price range for the benefit of the investing public.
THE Philippine Telegraph and Telephone Corp. (PT&T) on Tuesday said it is willing to settle any remaining penalties the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) may impose, as well as comply with the requirements that may pave the way for the lifting of its trading suspension.
Energy Development Corp. (EDC) said its board had approved on Wednesday, Aug. 8, the voluntary delisting of the Lopez-led renewable energy company's common shares...
COL Financial Group, Inc. expects the Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) to close at the 8,600 level by the end of the year, revising downward its earlier projection following higher than expected inflation figures and the continued outflow of foreign funds from the local market.