Thursday, September 24, 2020

Local News

We publish local news that could affect the performance of companies listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE).

The Philippines Remains as World’s Largest Rice Importer by 2020?

The Philippines will still be the world’s largest rice importer by 2020, surpassing China's rice imports, despite population sizes. Is this a good thing?

Government Now Has Gross Domestic Product Expectations

The government lowered its Gross Domestic Product target for 2019 based on the data from the first three quarters of the year. Should investors be worried?

Applications Now Open for Expired Corporations to Revive Existence

The Securities and Exchange Commission has started to accept applications of expired corporations wanting to revive. What are the requirements?

UnionBank x Monetary Authority of Singapore: For Better Artificial Intelligence in Finance Sector

The UnionBank of the Philippines and Monetary Authority of Singapore partner up to improve the adoption of artificial intelligence. Will it take off?

Foreign Direct Investment Inflows Plunge 37%

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas said that the FDI inflows might continue to weaken if the global growth outlook won't recover. How do you think this will affect the Philippine Stock Exchange Index?

NOW Telecom, Aboitiz Partner for Common Tower Rollout

Now Telecom and Aboitiz are now partners toward making 5G offerings possible soon. How do you think this will affect NOW's price in the stock market?

North Luzon Expressway Extension to Solve Manila’s Traffic?

Metro Pacific Investments Corp plans to extend North Luzon Expressway further into Manila to reach the Port Area. Will this solve the traffic?

Toyota Planning ‘Pointless’ P4.5-B Logistics Hub in PH?

Toyota is pursuing a logistic hub investment in the PH worth billions, but will it become pointless? Can import tax be the crux of Toyota's operations?

Digital Payments Reached P1 Trillion in 9 Months, Up By 33%

Digital payments have reached new heights in nine months. The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, however, is seeking to increase it further to 20% of payments by 2020. Is it possible?

Nickel Exports to Increase Following Indonesia Ban

Nickel exports are going to increase massively in 2020 following Indonesia's export ban and the reopening of suspended mines. How do you think the mining stocks would perform before the end of 2019?
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