Philippines Market Insights 2017.10.20

フィリピン株式ニュースハイライト

News Highlights: International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICT) will buy 16 hybrid rubber tired gantries for $22mn for Manila terminal (MICT), as part of its $80mn capex. Meanwhile, according to Japanese investors, the Philippines is now tied with Vietnam in terms of labor cost attractiveness for manufacturing companies as costs increased in Vietnam, but the country still has a slight competitive advantage over its regional peers due to the set of incentives provided by the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA).

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Plans on reserve cut boost market sentiment, PSEi @8,487: The news of the central bank’s plan to cut reserve requirements provided a boost in our local bourse yesterday. Thus, PSEi closed 55 points higher to 8,487 (+0.66% day-on-day), primed by gains on financials (+1.43%). Among actively traded shares were: AC (+P46.00 at P1,116.00), SMPH (-P0.20 at P36.80), ALI (+P0.90 at P43.35), JFC (+P1.00 at P247.00), and BPI (+P0.50 at P98.00), on 7.88bn turnover. Gainers edged out losers, 102-97, with net foreign selling at P463.86mn.
Optimistic trading to continue: Market might continue its momentum as it tries to push past the 8,500 mark resistance. With earnings season right around the corner, buying optimism might attest the strength of the local bourse to sustain its record performance. Immediate support, 8,400 resistance at 8,550.

ASIA

Broadly lower: Asian marts ended lower as some opted to profit take given the recent runup on equities.

WALL STREET

Earnings supported gains: Equities managed to eke out gains as earnings report help markets not to fall in negative territory amid the political turmoil in Europe and the latest China GDP data.

COMMODITIES

Oil futures fell: The runup of oil prices recently amid the rising tensions between Iraq took a halt as players put much attention on how OPEC would deal with the rising production from Nigeria and Libya. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) fell $0.75 to $51.29/barrel.

フィリピン国内各企業動向

ICT to buy 16 hybrid rubber-tired gantries:

International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICT) will buy 16 hybrid rubber tired gantries for $22mn for Manila terminal (MICT), as part of its $80mn capex. 1st batch of 8 units to be delivered Nov 2018, balance on Oct. 2019.

TUGS to purchase 60% stake in ADI Companies:

Harbor Star (TUGS) disclosed that its wholly-owned subsidiary Harbor Star Energy Corp. (HSEC) approved the purchase of 60% of ADI Companies, specifically Astronergy Development Gensan Inc., Astronergy Development F1 Inc. and Astronergy F2 Inc. from the major shareholders of these companies. The three have a long-term land lease from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and own entitlements, licenses and permits to operate a 25MW power plant in General Santos City.

PAL names new VP for Corp. Communications:

Philippine Airlines (PAL) recently appointed Jose E. L. Perez de Tagle as Vice President for Corporate Communications effective October 1st, 2017. He is a 32-year veteran of PAL, who started as a as a reservations agent in 1985.

PPC 9M net income +32%:

Pryce Corp. (PPC) posted a net income of P942.69mn as of end-September, +32% from P712.49mn in the same period last year, driven by a 23.3% growth in liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) sales volumes in the Visayas and Mindanao markets. Target for the year P1.25bn net income

フィリピン経済指標

PH tied with Vietnam on labor cost attractiveness:

According to Japanese investors, the Philippines is now tied with Vietnam in terms of labor cost attractiveness for manufacturing companies as costs increased in Vietnam, but the country still has a slight competitive advantage over its regional peers due to the set of incentives provided by the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA).

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