The website of COL Financial got hacked. This was confirmed by COL’s President and CEO himself, Dino Bate, in an email sent to COL clients on October 20.
Philippine stocks are reaching brand-new all-time high levels. In fact, today, October 17, the Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) rose to a new unprecedented record, closing at 8,497.74 points. This is a trading close that was never reached by the PSEi ever until today.
For several weeks now, the Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) has been rising to all-time high levels. In fact, as of October 12, 2017, the PSEi has increased in value by almost +23% year-to-date.
How are your stock investments so far? Compare your portfolio with that of the return of the PSEi (Philippine Stock Exchange index) to see if you’re doing better or worse than the index performance!
What stocks currently comprise the Philippine Stock Exchange index or PSEi? What’s the PSEi, in the first place?
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Philippine stocks are currently on a red-hot, winning streak. The Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi), the local index composed of 30 publicly-traded companies, is currently booking all-time highs day after day. At today’s closing, the PSEi ended at 8,294.14 points, up +1.39% from yesterday.