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Jollibee in the market for more global brands

2017-12-14 philstar
MANILA, Philippines — Jollibee Foods Corp. (JFC) is bullish on the global economy as it continues its expansion overseas. (2-0)

Jollibee continues branch expansion in Hong Kong, Brunei, UAE

2017-12-14 bworldonline
HOMEGROWN fastfood giant Jollibee Foods Corp. (JFC) continues to expand in Asia and the Middle East, adding three new stores as it moves forward with its plan to increase revenue contributions from international operations. (7-0)

BDO Nomura sees PSEi rising to 9,100 next year

2017-12-12 business.inquirer.net
Stock brokerage BDO Nomura is bullish on the Philippine stock market, projecting a rise in the local stock barometer to a new high of 9,100 by next year on expectations of faster corporate earnings growth. (19-0)

BDO Nomura sees PSEi rising to 9,100 in 2018

2017-12-12 bworldonline
THE MAIN INDEX could soar to the 9,100 level by the end of 2018, as earnings growth of listed companies push share prices up amid inflationary pressures in some sectors. (18-0)

Largest ‘chickenjoy’ processing plant in PH opens

2017-12-06 business.inquirer.net
A joint venture between American agribusiness giant Cargill and homegrown fast food giant Jollibee Foods Corp. (JFC) has inaugurated a new poultry processing facility in Santo Tomas, Batangas, touted as the largest chicken processing facility in the country. (2-0)

Jollibee-Cargill joint venture opens largest poultry processor

2017-12-05 philstar
MANILA, Philippines — Cargill Joy Poultry Meats Production Inc. (C-Joy), a joint venture between Cargill and Jollibee Foods Corp. (JFC) has opened the country’s largest poultry processing plant that would boost income opportunities of farmers from Batangas. (2-0)

JFC opens PHL’s biggest poultry processing plant

2017-12-05 bworldonline
JOLLIBEE Foods Corp. (JFC) unveiled on Tuesday its poultry processing plant in Sto. Tomas, Batangas in partnership with US agribusiness firm Cargill. (7-0)

PSEi bucks regional trend, closes lower

2017-11-29 business.inquirer.net
The benchmark Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) yesterday slid, bucking a relatively positive close across the region, which took its cue from the progress of tax reform in the United States. (26-0)

DTI partners with DoubleDragon

2017-11-26 philstar
MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has launched its partnership with listed property developer DoubleDragon Properties Corp. for the development of micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the provinces through the setting up of Go Lokal stores. (4-0)

PSEi ends nearly flat amid lack of leads

2017-11-24 bworldonline
THE PHILIPPINE STOCK EXCHANGE index (PSEi) managed to stage a last-minute rally on Friday to edge up from the past week, enabling the local benchmark to stay in step with several Asian peers. (27-0)

Double Dragon profit jumps 84% as of Sept

2017-11-17 business.inquirer.net
Double Dragon Properties Corp. said profit jumped in the nine months through September as revenues doubled. (2-0)

GDP data fail to perk up PH stocks

2017-11-16 business.inquirer.net
The benchmark Philippine Stock Exchange index sank on Thursday, despite the government’s announcement that the Philippines grew faster than expected in the third quarter of 2017. (22-0)

DoubleDragon earns 84% more to P1.4 B

2017-11-16 philstar
MANILA, Philippines — DoubleDragon Properties Corp., the listed property and mall developer of Mang Inasal founder Edgar “Injap” Sia II and Jollibee Foods Corp. chairman Tony Tan Caktiong, reported a net income of P1.4 billion in the first nine months, up 83.7 percent  year on year. (4-0)

DoubleDragon profits surge amid continued CityMalls expansion

2017-11-16 bworldonline
DOUBLEDRAGON Properties Corp.’s earnings surged 66% in the third quarter of 2017, primarily from the expansion of its community malls around the country. (9-0)

Restaurant M&A is making a comeback. Here are some potential targets

2017-11-15 cnbc
Restaurant deals are making a comeback. In part, this is because of the restaurants that went public several years ago amid a flurry of IPOs have watched their valuations drop. These restaurants have struggled to grow beyond their core region and to compete with newer or larger players. (7-0)

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