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EARNINGS of the Philippine Stock Exchange, Inc. (PSE) grew by 18% in 2017, propped up by higher trading activity in the bourse as well as one-time gains from the sale of its Tektite office in Ortigas district. (6-0)
CIRTEK HOLDINGS Philippines Corp. will be spending up to $8 million in capital expenditures (capex) in 2018 to further support its expansion and meet the supply requirements of its recent acquisitions.
Laguna-based electronics manufacturer Cirtek Holdings Philippines Corp. has debuted into the e-commerce space with the acquisition of a 49 percent stake in e-payment provider MultiPay.
MANILA, Philippines — Cirtek Holdings Philippines Corp. expects a big boost in revenues with its recent acquisition of a substantial stake in MultiPay, a leading provider of e-commerce system integrations.
CIRTEK HOLDINGS Philippines Corp. expects MultiPay to contribute P500 million to revenues in 2018, after its acquisition of a 49% stake in the payment solutions provider last year that marked its first major investment in software development.
STATE-RUN Social Security System (SSS) is keen on getting a seat on the Philippine Stock Exchange’s (PSE) board of directors, expressing interest in the stock rights offering to be issued by the local bourse in order to increase its stake. (8-0)
The Philippine stock market attracted P56.21 billion in net foreign buying in 2017, a breakout year for local equities on the back of a benign global economic environment and a much-awaited local tax reform program that is seen to usher in a “golden age of infrastructure.” (6-0)
CIRTEK Holdings Philippines Corp. (Cirtek) has acquired a stake in local technology firm Multipay Corp. in a bid to expand its reach in the technology sector. (5-1)
MANILA, Philippines — Cirtek Holdings Philippines Corp. successfully raised $67 million from the issuance of dollar-denominated preferred shares.
CIRTEK Holdings Philippines Corp. (CHPC) has raised US$67 million (P3.4 billion) from the issuance of dollar-denominated preferred shares, it told the stock exchange on Friday. (5-0)
Laguna-based electronics manufacturer Cirtek Holdings Philippines Corp. has raised $67 million from its maiden issuance of US dollar-denominated preferred shares, making it the second company to issue this kind of instrument at the local equities market.
MANILA, Philippines — Cirtek Holdings Philippines Corp. posted a 26 percent year-on-year growth in net sales for the nine months ending September 30. Net sales rose to $67.9 million from $54 million in the same period last year.
MANILA, Philippines — Listed technology stocks at the Philippine Stock Exchange drew strong investor interest in the second-half of the year, riding a resurgence in global tech stocks and record gains in the local stock market. (5-0)
MANILA, Philippines — With dreams of establishing a globally competitive company, businessman Jerry Liu incorporated Cirtek Electronics Corp. (CEC) during the turbulent year of 1984. It began operations out of Manila's district of Paco. (5-0)
MANILA, Philippines — Cirtek Holdings Philippines Corp., posted a 26 percent hike in net sales to $67.9 million for the nine months ending September from $54 million in the same period last year.