Every year, we compile a list of publicly listed Philippine companies that pay the highest amount of dividends. As we have explained in our previous articles (see Top 10 Stocks with Highest Dividend Yields – 2011 and High Dividend Stocks in the Philippines – 2012), dividends are another way for stock investors to make money in the stock market.
In the case of Unit Investment Trust Funds (UITF) in the Philippines, it has generally been a mixed performance across fund categories. Majority are still in positive territory, but a few funds appear to end the year with a loss.
It’s Black Friday once more in the United States — a grand season for shopping since most retailers offer huge discounts on the products they are selling.
The Philippines remains as Southeast Asia’s fastest-growing economy, after the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB) announced earlier today that the Philippine economy grew 7.0% in the 3rd quarter.
The country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) rose 7.0% in the July-September period from a year earlier, down from the 7.6% GDP growth in 2nd quarter.
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November 2013 Seminar Schedule
There’s just one and a half months left before the end of the year 2013. At this point, we start asking ourselves if the investment decisions we made this year were good or bad choices. In the past 10 months ending October, would you say your investment has increased or decreased in value?
Thousands of Filipinos have been confirmed dead and some more missing in the aftermath of Typhoon Yolanda (international codename: Haiyan), arguably the strongest tropical cyclone ever to hit landfall. The official and accurate figures as regards the casualties are still changing, but what’s clear is that thousands now need help in order to get back to their feet and, for some, just to survive.
If you are interested to help, you might want to donate to institutions that genuinely cater to the welfare of these victims. We prepared below a list of charity organizations that provide relief operations and support to these typhoon victims in the Philippines.
UITFs are investment products typically offered by banks wherein money collected from various investors are invested in a variety of income-generating assets such as stocks, bonds, money market instruments and other similar products.
The United States Federal Reserve (Fed) announced it will indefinitely continue with its Quantitative Easing program, pressing on with its $85 billion monthly bond purchases as a way of extending stimulus to a still fragile US economy.
The Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) issued a clarification on October 29 as regards the adjustment in the index weight of the Henry Sy-led property conglomerate SM Prime Holdings (SMPH).