Rappler's latest stories on Philippine Stock Exchange
Despite the 24-hour office shutdown, shortened trading hours are still in place
Shares of Injap Sia's MerryMart rise by 50%, becoming one of the most actively traded stocks as the company debuts on the Philippine Stock Exchange on Monday, June 15
Net foreign inflows build up as the Philippine economy slowly reopens after over two months of strict lockdown
After settling at the 5,000 level for over two months, the PSEi powers back to 6,000 on Tuesday, June 2, driven by investor optimism
Year-to-date, the Philippine Stock Exchange index is already down by almost 41%
The Philippine Stock Exchange index suffers a record fall as trade resumes on Thursday, March 19
Capital markets are reopening in the Philippines after agencies assured authorities of the safety of employees
Trading at the Philippine Stock Exchange is suspended starting Tuesday, March 17, 'until further notice'
The Philippine Stock Exchange index falls by 7.9% on Monday, March 16, as Metro Manila businesses shut down
The Philippine Stock Exchange will close at 1 pm instead of 3:30 pm as the government tries to contain the novel coronavirus
Before climbing back in the green, the PSEi slipped by 10% and triggered another circuit breaker
(UPDATED) The last time the circuit breaker or 15-minute trading suspension was triggered was during the 2008 global financial crisis
The Philippine Stock Exchange index falls to a new 52-week low of 5,906 on Thursday morning, March 12
The novel coronavirus sends the Philippine Stock Exchange index to its worst decline in 12 years
Investors start March with more profit taking, as the novel coronavirus continues to hurt the global economy
(UPDATED) The local bourse plummets to its lowest level in over a year. Philippine companies with operations in China take a beating.
Shares of ABS-CBN climb to the P21 level on Thursday, February 20, though still very far from the P60 level before the term of President Rodrigo Duterte began in 2016
As government reviews its water contract, the embattled Ayala-led company decides to raise additional capital and funding so it could 'take decisive actions as needed'
The Philippine Stock Exchange index falls to a new one-year low, as businesses around the globe brace for the impact of the novel coronavirus
(UPDATED) The Ayala group faces more contract reviews by the Duterte administration, leading jittery investors to dump stocks on Monday, January 20
The guidelines approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission limit short sale transactions to companies comprising the PSEi
Manila Water, Metro Pacific Investments, and DMCI are the biggest losers in the Philippine Stock Exchange on Wednesday, December 11, as the government's battle with water concessionaires continues
While the non-renewal of the franchise will hit ABS-CBN hard, a business expert says the company is likely to survive due to its diversified revenue stream
Fruitas lists on the main board of the Philippine Stock Exchange on Friday, November 29. Get to know its brands, financials, and future plans here.
Disappointed that the PSEi has been trading flat and even lower than anticipated in 2019? BPI Securities says banks, properties, and consumer stocks will lift the index in 2020.
After registration on the PSE EASy website, local small investors can use the app to subscribe to shares whenever there is a maiden offering
A trusted employee addicted to gambling stole millions of pesos from one of the country's oldest brokerage firms, leading to the company's closure
Travellers International buys back its shares at just P5.50 apiece, much lower than its IPO price of P11 back in 2013
The initial public offering of AllHome, owned by richest Filipino Manny Villar, is the biggest listing on the Philippine Stock Exchange since 2016
On its listing day, Axelum becomes 'collateral damage' in an uncertain market environment
Going nuts over Axelum's listing on the main board of the Philippine Stock Exchange on Monday, October 7? Get to know the coconut products manufacturer here.
Fruitas plans to offer shares priced P1.99 each at most by November 2019
Metro Pacific Hospital Holdings Incorporated proposes to sell at a maximum of P182 per share
AllHome is set to be offered at a maximum price of P16 per share, while Axelum's price is at most P6.81. The offer period starts September 2019.
Are you a Kapamilya or a Kapuso? We look into their financials to check which company has earned and grown more over the years.
Travellers International says its conversion from a public entity into a private company will allow it to address 'evolving market demands' without compromising business strategies
Properties hit the jackpot when online gambling flourished in Metro Manila. Just how colossal will the impact be if POGOs suddenly go away?
Oh, ghost! August. Get it? It's that month where superstitious investors hide.
With inflation slowing down and government spending expected to improve, bulls are expected to roam the stock market
It's not just Chickenjoy: Jollibee is also selling cakes, burgers, pho, and now, more coffee. Can it brew Coffee Bean back to profit?
Philippine Stock Exchange president Ramon Monzon hopes Kepwealth's move will encourage other companies that pushed back their initial public offering plans
The infrastructure boom is not quite here yet, and that may be good for patient investors
The Philippine Stock Exchange index finally enters the bull market, but don't expect it to soar to 9,000 just yet
Buy, sell, or hold? Rappler's very first weekly stock outlook looks at 3 property companies, as the sector appears set for greater heights.
Philstocks is bullish on Philippine stocks, but trims its forecast on the country's economic growth
The Philippine Stock Exchange index ends higher in the 1st semester of 2019, with foreign investors as net buyers
Melco Resorts is set to be delisted from the Philippine Stock Exchange on Tuesday, June 11, after failing to reach the minimum public float for over 6 months
PSE EASy enables local small investors to subscribe to shares online whenever there is an initial public offering
Analysts say the 2019 elections should have lifted Philippine stocks, but external factors caused a sell-off