Philippines Market Insights 2017.11.16

フィリピン株式ニュースハイライト

News Highlights: PLDT Inc. (TEL) is talking to Amdocs  & Huawei  to outsource  its back-­‐office  IT operations,  after talks with IBM fell through.  Meanwhile,  OFW remittances shrank 7% to $2.44bn in September, the biggest monthly contraction for personal remittances, after the repatriation of undocumented Filipino workers in Saudi Arabia and the decision of global correspondent banks to shut down more money service facilities. The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) also revised 2Q17 GDP to 6.7% (from 6.5%) due to upward revision in construction and real estate

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PHILIPPINES

Mart pulls back ahead of 3Q GDP release, PSEi @ 8,273: The benchmark dropped 1.27%, or 106.2 points, to 8,273.44, after the latest release on decline in overseas remittance. All subindices were down, led by Mining and Oil (-­‐2.12%), followed by Holdings (-­‐1.49%) and Property (-­‐1.26%). Among actively traded shares were: MPI (+P0.01 at P6.75), PGOLD (-­‐P0.50 at P48.60), MER (-­‐P3.00 at P319.00), ALI (-­‐P0.30 at P42.20), and BDO (-­‐P1.60 at P141.00), on 5.91bn turnover. Losers outpaced  gainers, 76-­‐109, with net foreign selling at P649.54mn.

Downward pressure might continue: Mart might continue to trade lower today following the report on lower remittances, though investors are poised to anticipate 3Q GDP release for cues on the economy’s strength, which might help bolster investors’ risk appetite. Immediate support 8,200, resistance 8,400.

ASIA

Asian  markets  pull  back:    As  investors  continued  to  assess  October’s  surge  and  as commodity prices fell further, Global stock markets continued to pull back. This is due to the weakness overnight in US, which ultimately set Asia up for quite a sloppy start.

WALL STREET

Shares  continue  to  fall:  US stocks fell to a three-­‐week  low as concerns persisted over global growth and the delay in tax cuts. Stocks still fell partly on the threat that cracks in the market for high-­‐yield debt could spread and on new obstacles to the passage of tax reform.

COMMODITIES

Crude  prices  continues  correction:  Higher inventory  supply  prompts another decline  in crude prices. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) shed $1.06 to $55.70/barrel.

フィリピン国内各企業動向

TEL eyes Amdocs & Huawei for IT ops:

PLDT Inc. (TEL) is talking to Amdocs & Huawei to outsource its back-­‐office IT operations, after talks with IBM fell through.  TEL earlier anticipated savings of P7bn over the ‘next few years’ from the move.

ICT Oregon gets favorable ruling vs. labor union:

International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICT) Oregon obtained favorable US Court ruling against the labor union group for ICTSI Oregon.  The labor spat covered terminal 6 which prompted Hanjin Shipping to withdraw last March 2015.

 

フィリピン経済指標

Remittances at 5-­‐mo low in September:

Remittances shrank 7% to $2.44bn in September, the biggest monthly contraction for personal remittances, after the repatriation of undocumented Filipino workers in Saudi Arabia and the decision of global correspondent banks to shut down more money service facilities.

PSA revises 2Q GDP higher to 6.7%:

The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) revised   2Q17   GDP   to   6.7%   (from   6.5%)   due   to   upward   revision   in construction  and real estate.  PSA is set to announce 3Q GDP today.

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