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THE NARRATIVE on the Philippines’ robust economic growth remains intact, judging from the strong earnings performance of the country’s top 1,000 firms. (24-0)
THE PHILIPPINE STOCK EXCHANGE Index (PSEi) ended the week higher on bargain-hunting, with sentiment buoyed by progress made in reconciling the House of Representatives’ and Senate’s tax reform legislation at the bicameral conference committee stage. (23-0)
MANILA, Philippines — Cebu-based Vivant Corp. and Global Business Power Corp. (GBPC) have firmed up their partnership to put up a 670-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant in La Union, solidifying their entry into Luzon. (10-0)
Mixed-use developments have become a truly popular concept in the real estate industry in the Philippines. One will be hard-pressed to name a big real estate company that has no mixed-used project — completed, ongoing or planned — of its own. (7-0)
MANILA, Philippines — GT Capital Holdings Inc. reported a 19 percent growth in core net income to P11 billion as it continued to benefit from strong domestic demand. (7-0)
FIVE MORE conglomerates reported favorable results on Friday, firming a generally positive picture of listed holding companies in the third quarter and the nine months to September. (52-0)
Fund management firm First Metro Asset Management Inc. (FAMI) has teamed up with leading global index provider MSCI Inc. to create a new Philippine index for passive investors who want to build a portfolio that rides on the country’s favorable demographics and consumption-driven economy. (20-0)
Ty family-led conglomerate GT Capital Holdings Inc. posted a 19-percent growth in first semester core net profit to P7.4 billion on higher earnings from its banking, insurance and real estate businesses.
MANILA, Philippines - GT Capital Holdings Inc. of tycoon George Ty reported a core net income of P7.4 billion in the first half of the year, up 19 percent year on year.
Ty family-led conglomerate GT Capital Holdings Inc. posted a 19-percent year-on-year growth in first semester core net profit to P7.4 billion on higher earnings from banking, insurance and real estate businesses.
MANILA, Philippines - GT Capital Holdings Inc. is dipping its hands into the microfinance sector after spending about P380 million to acquire a 20 percent stake in a financing firm partly owned by its thrift bank arm.
Ty family-led conglomerate GT Capital Holdings Inc. bought a 20 percent stake in motorcycle lending firm Sumisho Motor Finance Corp. from thrift bank arm Philippine Savings Bank and its retirement fund.
Indonesian stocks were dragged down by consumer discretionary and financial stocks, falling 0.5 per cent. — Reuters pic SINGAPORE, July 21 — Most South-east Asian stocks fell today, in line with Asian markets, after the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan kept rates steady and signalled that they were in no hurry to start unwinding their massive stimulus programmes.
A traffic controller at a constructing site is reflected on a stock quotation board at a brokerage in Tokyo October 1, 2013. — Reuters picSINGAPORE, July 18 — Southeast Asian stock markets were subdued this morning, tracking tepid Asian shares and Wall Street overnight as the passage of a US healthcare bill grew doubtful, raising concerns over the rest of President Donald Trump’s ambitious economic agenda.
MANILA, Philippines - As a young student in Tokyo in the 1980s, Alfred Ty has always found Japan a memorable place that is rich in culture.
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