THE PHILIPPINE STOCK EXCHANGE

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Last Price
7,246
07:20 GMT / 19 JAN 2017
Value Change [%]
89.72
[ 1.25 %]
Open
7,184
Day's High
7,246
Year's High
8,118
Previous Close
7,156
Day's Low
7,172
Year's Low
6,084
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PhStockExchange
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19
Jan
Volume turnover 2.13bn shares valued at Php5.86bn; foreign buying Php2.97bn and foreign selling Php3.35bn.
19
Jan
January 19, 2017: PSEi closed at 7,246.08 up 89.72 points or 1.25 percent.
19
Jan
Alterra Capital Partners, Inc. obtains P400 million loan from Altus Capital Corporation https://t.co/7Ah5kC239z
19
Jan
As of 2:45 p.m., PSEi 7,211.00 up 54.64 points or 0.76 percent.
19
Jan
As of 1:50 p.m., PSEi 7,206.58 up 50.22 points or 0.70 percent.
19
Jan
As of 12:00 noon, market recess, PSEi 7,206.46 up 50.10 points or 0.70 percent.
19
Jan
As of 11:30 a.m., PSEi 7,203.80 up 47.44 points or 0.66 percent.
19
Jan
As of 11:05 a.m., PSEi 7,203.26 up 46.90 points or 0.66 percent.
19
Jan
The Board of Megaworld Corporation approves up to P30 billion debt securities program https://t.co/9lHwmIQeot
19
Jan
As of 10:30 a.m., PSEi 7,192.52 up 36.16 points or 0.51 percent.
19
Jan
As of 10:00 a.m., PSEi 7,183.90 up 27.54 points or 0.38 percent.
19
Jan
January 19, 2017: As of 9:40 a.m., PSEi 7,177.42 up 21.06 points or 0.29 percent. PSEi opened at 7,183.99.
18
Jan
Volume turnover 1.53bn shares valued at Php4.98bn; foreign buying Php2.87bn and foreign selling Php2.84bn.
18
Jan
January 18, 2017: PSEi closed at 7,156.36 up 33.03 points or 0.46 percent.
18
Jan
As of 3:00 p.m., PSEi 7,153.79 up 30.46 points or 0.43 percent.
18
Jan
As of 2:40 p.m., PSEi 7,148.06 up 24.73 points or 0.35 percent.
18
Jan
As of 2:05 p.m., PSEi 7,150.71 up 27.38 points or 0.38 percent.
18
Jan
As of 1:35 p.m., PSEi 7,150.60 up 27.27 points or 0.38 percent.
18
Jan
As of 12:00 noon, market recess, PSEi 7,157.25 up 33.92 points or 0.48 percent.
18
Jan
As of 11:40 a.m., PSEi 7,151.76 up 28.43 points or 0.40 percent.
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SE Asia Stocks-Wary on Yellen's rate hike signal, Trump inauguration
19 January 2017
source: reuters.com
    By Krishna V Kurup 
    Jan 19 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian stock markets were 
guarded on Thursday after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen 
signalled faster interest rate increases in 2017, and as 
investors remained anxious ahead of U.S. President-elect Trump's 
inauguration on Friday. 
    The dollar inched up against major peers early on Thursday 
after Yellen said on Wednesday that waiting too long to begin 
raising rates could "risk a nasty surprise down the road," and 
that it "makes sense" for the Fed to gradually lift rates. 
 urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nS0N1DU01Y 
    Investors are generally optimistic about stock market 
returns over the next six months, according to a UBS survey, but 
the potential fallout of Trump's protectionist stance has also 
unnerved some.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL1N1F81RE  MKTS/GLOB  
    Yellen's bullish comments overnight strengthened the dollar, 
and "the gains at their end spilled over into Asian markets", 
said Victor Felix, an analyst with AB Capital Securities in 
Manila. 
    "Most of the uncertainties for the week, except for Trump's 
inauguration on Friday, have already materialized, so investors 
are now just waiting for that one event," he said. 
    Philippine shares  .PSI  gained the most in the region, 
rising 0.7 percent, supported by consumer staples and 
financials. 
    The index rose for a second straight session and touched its 
biggest intra-day percentage gain in more than a week. 
    "There is really not much material news to work on in the 
Philippines market, so the weak gains in the market are 
insignificant," Felix said. 
    Beverage maker Universal Robina Corp  URC.PS  and 
Metropolitan Bank and Trust Co  MBT.PS  were up 2 percent each. 
    Thailand shares  .SETI  were slightly down, with banks and 
consumer staple stocks losing the most. 
    Siam Commercial Bank PCL  SCB.BK , the country's 
third-largest lender by assets, fell 0.6 percent, while top 
convenience store chain CP All PCL  CPALL.BK  shed 1.7 percent. 
    Stocks in Vietnam  .VNI , Singapore  .STI , Malaysia  .KLSE  
and Indonesia  .JKSE  were largely muted, while MSCI's broadest 
index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan  .MIAPJ0000PUS  was 
0.4 percent down at 0340 GMT.  
              
    For Asian Companies click;  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nTOPEQA   
 
SOUTHEAST ASIAN STOCK MARKETS : Change at 0340 GMT 
     
  Market           Current       Prev close   Pct Move 
  Singapore        3004.48       3000.22      0.14 
  Bangkok          1558.75       1560.83      -0.13 
  Manila           7209.16       7156.36      0.74 
  Jakarta          5301.424      5294.784     0.13 
  Kuala Lumpur     1664.21       1665.02      -0.05 
  Ho Chi Minh      684.08        683.28       0.12 
                                               
  Change on year                               
  Market           Current       End 2016     Pct Move 
  Singapore        3004.48       2880.76      4.29 
  Bangkok          1558.75       1542.94      1.02 
  Manila           7209.16       6952.08      3.70 
  Jakarta          5301.424      5296.711     0.09 
  Kuala Lumpur     1664.21       1641.73      1.37 
  Ho Chi Minh      684.08        672.01       1.80 
  
 (Reporting by Krishna V Kurup in Bengaluru; Additional 
reporting by Sandhya Sampath; Editing by Sunil Nair) 
 ((Krishna.VKurup@thomsonreuters.com; +91 80 6749 1130; Reuters 
Messaging: Krishna.VKurup.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net)) 
 
Keywords: SOUTHEAST ASIA STOCKS/ 
     
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