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MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN): The Philippine economy is primed for an imminent recovery in 2021, offering unique opportunities for real estate investors whose needs have been reshaped by the pandemic.
Philippine stocks fell the most in Asia, sending the benchmark index below 6,500 as investors dumped the nation’s equities amid escalating daily coronavirus infections.
MANILA/SINGAPORE, Feb 20 (Reuters): A clutch of Philippine firms, including newly launched real estate investment trusts (REITs), could make the country Southeast Asia's biggest IPO market this year, driven by attractive valuations and a recovering economy.
MANILA (Reuters): A clutch of Philippine firms, including newly launched real estate investment trusts (Reits), could make the country South-east Asia's biggest IPO market this year, driven by attractive valuations and a recovering economy.
SINGAPORE, July 27 (Reuters): Philippines shares sank more than 2% on Monday, deepening a sell-off this month, as coronavirus cases mounted and the country's central bank gave a grim economic outlook for 2020 ahead of a state of the nation address from President Rodrigo Duterte.
PHILIPPINES stocks climbed the most in Asia, rounding their best seven-day rally in more than two decades, on optimism the economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak won’t be as bad as feared after the central-bank governor said monetary-easing steps were appropriate.
JAKARTA: Southeast Asian stock markets traded mixed on Wednesday as stocks in the Philippines rose on hopes of easing inflation while Indonesian shares were down after touching a fresh intraday record on Tuesday.
BANGKOK: Stocks in the Philippines slid on Thursday as investors trimmed holdings in interest rate-sensitive stocks before the central bank's decision on interest rates, while shares in Indonesia retreated from a one-week high after late selling.
BANGKOK: Philippine shares closed at their two-month highs on Thursday, buoyed by foreign inflows while most others in Southeast Asia posted modest gains as the initial rally due to the U.S. budget deal appeared to be short-lived.