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Benchmark PSEi ended trades up 0.94 percent or 63.93 points to 6,850.26. The broader all-shares index also rose 1.04 percent or 44.13 points to 4,299.04. Gainers overwhelmed losers, 111 to 51, while 44 stocks were unchanged. All indices were up, with
Monday's close eclipsed the 6,1039.21 record notched on Friday. The broader all-shares index increased by 14.83 points or 0.38 percent to 3,877.24. The main index also posted a new intraday record of 6193.25, but intraday profit-taking in the...
38pm Philippine Stocks on Wednesday fell for the second straight trading day as investors continued to cash in on gains from all-time high levels posted so far in the year. The PSEi closed down 50.66 points or 0.83 percent to 6,037.01.
15pm Philippine shares finished the morning session at record highs, largely fueled by foreign buying despite the sharp uptrend since the market resumed from the New Year holiday break. It's foreign buying, noted Bruce Lopez, analyst at First Metro
07pm Philippine stocks slightly recovered on Tuesday on the back of improvements in US fiscal cliff talks, analysts said, noting that gains earlier in the day were nearly eaten by profit-taking in the afternoon session. The benchmark PSEi
06pm Philippine stocks have dwindled further on Monday as investors continued to cash in on gains, analysts said, noting that the correction remain within a healthy range and will continue in the coming days. PSEi plummeted 83.26 points to 5,623.
A modest improvement in the country's political and policy dynamics, combined with Indonesia's other credit attributes, could lead to an upgrade," credit analyst Agost Benard said on Thursday. The stable outlook on the Philippines indicates that
25pm Philippines shares on Monday rose back to the 5,300 territory, ending a four-day losing streak helped by bargain hunting. The main PSEi jumped 33.54 points or 0.63 percent to close at 5,325.6. Over 2.667 billion shares valued at P4.221
03pm The market tried to retest the 5,200 level only to realize it remains a strong resistance area where investors are prompted to cash in on gains. The main PSEi dropped 0.2 percent or 10.51 points to close at 5,190.81. Over 1.208 billion
Securities Inc. told GMA News Online. The market is close on Monday, Aug. 20, for the Muslim Eid'l-Fitr marking the end of Ramadan, and on Tuesday, Aug. 21, for the death anniversary of democracy icon Benigno Aquino Jr. President Benigno Aquino III'