Here’s a quick glance at how PSEi stocks fared on Wednesday, September 21, 2022.
The Philippines improved two spots to place 67th out of 113 countries in the latest iteration of the Global Food Security Index (GFSI) developed by UK-based Economist Impact with support from US-based Corteva Agriscience. However, its overall score slipped year on year by 0.3 point
BW FILE PHOTOPHILIPPINE STOCKS plunged on Wednesday on expectations of another big rate hike from the US Federal Reserve overnight and as the peso tested new lows against the dollar.The benchmark Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) sank by 106.77 points or 1.65% to close at
Games Tomorrow(PhilSports Arena)3 p.m. — Terrafirma vs Converge5:45 p.m. — NLEX vs Rain or ShineFIRE-breathing Hong Kong guest team Bay Area Dragons quickly issued a strong warning of a mighty invasion force arriving in the PBA.Powered by Myles Powell’s 41-point sizzler, the debuting Dragons burned
JAMES Kwekuteye leads the San Beda Lions with 20 points. — NCAA/SYNERGY/GMAGames Tomorrow(Filoil EcoOil Centre)12 noon — CSB vs Letran3 p.m. — UPHSD vs MapuaJAMES Kwekuteye showed the other facet of his game as he help lift San Beda to a 78-71 victory over a
THE UNIVERSITY Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) has reaffirmed its commitment to support Gilas Pilipinas in its campaign for the remaining qualifying windows and beyond, including the World Cup hosting itself in 2023.Part of that full backing is UAAP’s decision to take a break
AHMED bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar, Sept. 1, 2022. The general view inside the stadium ahead of the World Cup — REUTERSDOHA — World Cup fans in Qatar caught committing minor offenses such as public drunkenness will escape prosecution under plans being developed by authorities in the conservative Muslim
KYLIAN MBAPPE — REUTERSPARIS — A senior executive of KFC’s operations in France said the fast food chain may take legal action over forward Kylian Mbappe’s refusal to take part in some of the French national team’s sponsorship commitments.Alain Beral, vice president of KFC France,
PHILIPPINE STAR/ WALTER BOLLOZOSTHE Department of Agriculture (DA) said it expects the supply of meat, fish and other foods to be sufficient for the year-end holidays.“A big chunk of the supply comes from the locally-produced rice, and production of farmers will be enough to meet
PHILIPPINE STAR/ KRIZ JOHN ROSALESOUTPUT of hogs, cattle and chicken eggs rose in the second quarter, according to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA).Hog production in the three months to June rose 3.0% year on year to 418.40 thousand metric tons (MT). Top producer was the
THE Makati Business Club (MBC) said it commissioned a report to examine how workplace gender norms affect the careers of female executives.“The Research and Education on Influencing Gender Norms (REIGN) project will produce a report that will show how gender norms and stereotypes factor in
SCIENCEPARK.COM.PHSCIENCE PARK of the Philippines, Inc. (SPPI) said it signed a locator agreement with a Japanese manufacturer, which plans to make automotive wiring components in Bataan’s Hermosa Ecozone Industrial Park.SPPI said the locator is Yokowo Manufacturing of the Philippines, Inc., a unit of Yokowo Co.