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Last Price
8,612
07:20 GMT / 15 FEB 2018
Value Change [%]
14.33
[ 0.17 %]
Open
8,604
Day's High
8,612
Year's High
9,078
Previous Close
8,598
Day's Low
8,506
Year's Low
6,084
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Feb
Ayala Land generates P25.3 billion net income in 2017, higher by 21% | https://t.co/r4Yn4QtJF3
14
Feb
DoubleDragon goes to Iloilo for its second CentralHub site | https://t.co/lOdvX1F3wu
14
Feb
SM Prime Holdings opens 6th mall in Cavite with SM Center Imus | https://t.co/tEI5ojlYdL
14
Feb
February 14, 2018: PSEi closed at 8,598.11 up 27.97 points or 0.33 percent. #PSEiupdate
14
Feb
Phoenix Petroleum launches upgraded fuels powered with Phoenix PULSE Technology | https://t.co/OkZmVl8Hw0
14
Feb
STI Holdings books P88.5 million nine-month net income for the period ending Dec 2017 | https://t.co/wOXLaD9vlk
14
Feb
Robinsons Land Corporation completes P20 billion stock rights offer | https://t.co/WMAAdMZkBz
14
Feb
Jollibee Foods Corp posts a 15% rise in its 2017 attributable net income to P7.09 billion, opens 465 stores in 2017… https://t.co/HBtROKDu5n
13
Feb
February 13, 2018: PSEi closed at 8,570.14 up 82.23 points or 0.97 percent. #PSEiupdate
13
Feb
Ayala Corp infrastructure arm inks investment agreement with fulfillment solutions company | https://t.co/lgPdegTrgB
13
Feb
RCBC's grows 2017 net income by 11% to P4.3 billion | https://t.co/jXWeShtQGA
13
Feb
A "superconsortium" of Philippine conglomerates eyes NAIA transformation into a regional airport hub | https://t.co/c7vZ3pjKQR
13
Feb
Manulife Financial Corp announces conversion privilege of Series 11 Preferred Shares, to issue 10M Series 25 Prefer… https://t.co/fVqictjot2
12
Feb
February 12, 2018: PSEi closed at 8,487.91 down 15.78 points or 0.19 percent. #PSEiupdate
12
Feb
UnionBank subsidiaries to acquire majority stake in transaction network | https://t.co/yMTMFU1Vri
12
Feb
As of 12:00 noon, market recess, PSEi 8,489.17 down 14.52 points or 0.17 percent. #PSEiupdate https://t.co/WsXc6ntNVN
12
Feb
As of 11:30 a.m., PSEi 8,471.22 down 32.47 points or 0.38 percent. #PSEiupdate
12
Feb
RFM Corporation posts 2017 net income of P1.06 billion, higher by 6% https://t.co/fq6MqMsCXF
12
Feb
8990 Holdings, Inc. wins three awards from PAG-IBIG https://t.co/z8eJNVVTzj
12
Feb
Semirara Mining and Power Corporation receives certifications for its management systems https://t.co/QprAgIZz7E
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1 February 2018 - reuters.com
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15 January 2018 - reuters.com
12 January 2018 - reuters.com
SE Asia Stocks-Most gain tracking broader Asia; Philippines falls
15 February 2018
source: reuters.com
    * Asian shares ex-Japan up 1.3 pct 
    * Singapore up 1.3 pct after strong export data 
    * Malaysia, Indonesia set for fourth winning session 
    * Philippines falls 0.9 pct after two winning sessions 
 
    Feb 15 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets firmed 
on Thursday, tracking broader Asia, with Singapore surging after 
data showed a faster-than-expected growth in exports last month, 
while the Philippines fell after two days of strong gains. 
    Asian stocks rose after Wall Street posted gains overnight, 
brushing aside strong U.S. inflation data, while Treasury yields 
jumped in anticipation of more rapid U.S. interest rate hikes. 
 MKTS/GLOB  
     MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan 
 .MIAPJ0000PUS  was up 1.3 percent by 0400 GMT.  
    "People are starting to reassess, even with higher inflation 
numbers, even with higher yields, as long as earnings growth 
continues to be positive, it's enough to offset the higher 
yields," said Joel Ng, a research analyst at KGI Securities in 
Singapore. 
    Valuations in Asia especially are cheaper compared to U.S. 
markets and a lot of companies have been raising dividends 
lately, Ng added. 
    Singapore shares  .STI  rose as much as 1.1 percent, boosted 
by financials. 
    Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp Ltd  OCBC.SI  climbed 4.1 
percent, while United Overseas Bank Ltd  UOBH.SI  rose 3.1 
percent.  
    The city-state's annual non-oil domestic exports in January 
surged 13 percent, beating analysts' 9 percent growth estimate, 
as sales of petrochemical products jumped, suggesting broadening 
domestic economic growth.   urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL4N1Q4397  
    Malaysian shares  .KLSE  rose as much as 0.4 percent, on 
track to end higher for a fourth consecutive session, on the 
back of gains in consumer staples and financials. 
    Palm oil producer Sime Darby Plantation Bhd  SIPL.KL  
climbed 2 percent, while financial firm CIMB Group Holdings Bhd 
 CIMB.KL  gained 1.2 percent.  
    Indonesian stocks  .JKSE  gained as much as 0.5 percent, 
with materials and energy sectors rising on the back of strong 
commodity prices.  IRONORE/   MET/L   O/R  
    Coal miner Adaro Energy Tbk PT  ADRO.JK  rose 2.5 percent, 
while nickel miner Vale Indonesia Tbk PT  INCO.JK  climbed 3.9 
percent. 
    Meanwhile, Philippine shares  .PSI  fell as much as 0.9 
percent, after gaining 1.3 percent over the last two sessions. 
    Telecom service provider PLDT Inc  TEL.PS  lost as much as 
2.4 percent, while BDO Unibank Inc  BDO.PS  fell 1.3 percent.  
    Vietnam stock market was closed for a holiday.     
     
For Asian Companies click;  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nTOPEQA   
 
SOUTHEAST ASIAN STOCK MARKETS: Change as at 0345 GMT 
 Market             Current   Previous close  Pct Move 
 Singapore          3442.12   3402.86         1.15 
 Bangkok            1796.49   1792.09         0.25 
 Manila             8535.53   8598.11         -0.73 
 Jakarta            6602.772  6594.401        0.13 
 Kuala Lumpur       1840.72   1834.93         0.32 
                                               
 Change on year                                
 Market             Current   End 2017        Pct Move 
 Singapore          3442.12   3402.92         1.15 
 Bangkok            1796.49   1753.71         2.44 
 Manila             8535.53   8558.42         -0.27 
 Jakarta            6602.772  6355.654        3.89 
 Kuala Lumpur       1840.72   1796.81         2.44 
  
 
 
 (Reporting by Nicole Pinto, additional reporting by Karthika 
Suresh Namboothiri; Editing by Amrutha Gayathri) 
 ((Nicole.Pinto@thomsonreuters.com; +91 80 6749 1130; Reuters 
Messaging: nicole.pinto.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net)) 
 
Keywords: SOUTHEAST ASIA STOCKS/ 
     
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