MANILA, Philippines – PhilWeb Corporation (PSE:WEB) reports selling its investment in Acentic GmbH to Niantic Holding GmbH. In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) filed on behalf by Raymund Aquino,...
Listed sugar miller Victorias Milling Co. Inc. saw its net income increase, but revenues and productivity declined. Is this bullish for VMC?
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MANILA, Philippines – Jollibee Foods Corporation (PSE:JFC) discloses that the divestment of shares acquired by its wholly-owned subsidiary, Jollibee Worldwide Pte. Ltd. (JWPL), in Chow Fun Holdings LLC was completed. In a...
Retail and banking magnate Henry Sy, Sr., may enter the bid for the slot of the third telecommunications company player in the Philippines. Willy Ocier said last weekend that the company is currently reviewing the terms of reference (TOR) of the government for choosing the third telecommunications player.
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas is currently investigating 10 banks for their alleged involvement in a massive money laundering scandal with Australian Bank Westpac. The Bank of the Philippine Islands is specifically named. Will this negatively affect the stock price of BPI? Who are the other banks?
DNL Industries' new product is the solution to the looming ban on single-use plastic. Will DNL's stock price go higher because of this?
John Gokongwei, owner of the Universal Hotels and Resorts Incorporated (UHRI), has pledged to finance 18 billion pesos for the casino venture that he will be constructing in Cebu. He plans to build the project in the South Road Properties of Cebu, indicating the conglomerate's thrust toward the gaming industry.
The oldest existing company in the Philippines, Ayala Corporation (AC), continues its journey to international expansion, having earned the controlling stake in Merlin Solar Technologies, Inc., a solar technology company based in California, USA.
SM Investments Corporation (SMIC) recorded an increase of 6 percent in the company's net profit to 32.9 billion pesos in 2017 as the company's primary businesses kept on giving compelling results last year with recurring net profit increase of 9 percent.