Happy days are here again. A deluge of natural disasters, political bickerings and showbiz scandals may have hit the Philippines last year but the year 2009 was a rosy year for Philippine stocks.
The Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) is inviting everyone to its quarterly industry briefing on Tuesday, September 29, 2009 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m at the PSE Ortigas Trading Floor, 2nd Floor PSE Centre, Exchange Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig City. The free event, entitled “Accounting
The Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) approved in August 2009 rules to exempt certain stocks from the price trading band or the limit in the increases or decreases of stock prices within the day.
Another bidding war is supposedly in the making between the two groups allegedly responsible for the 275% increase in the price of Meralco (MER) during the last 7 months. The latest battlefront: Philex Mining Corporation (Stock Code: PX).
As stock traders and investors go gaga over the staggering price increase of the stock of Meralco (Stock Code: MER), several officials of the power distribution company are locking in profits by selling their shares, disclosure reports to the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) show. In
If you’re currently following the Philippine stock market, you’re most probably aware of the continuous surge in the price of Meralco (Stock Code: MER). The stock of the power utility company was one of the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE)’s biggest gainers during the first half
Earlier this week, we reported that the Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) ended the first half of 2009 up by as much as 30%. We’ve also identified the Mining and Oil and Industrial sectors as the main contributors for this rise in stock prices. But
Philippine stocks are currently on the upswing even though the global economic recession is still hurting many investors worldwide. The Philippine Stock Exchange Index (PSEi), a composite of 30 stocks traded in the Philippine Stock Exchange used to track the general movement of market prices,