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Philippines equities decline at close of trade
On Friday, Philippines stocks went down after the close because losses in the Holding Firms, Services as well as Banking & Financials sectors suppressed stocks.
The PSEi Composite headed south 1.64%.
On the PSEi Composite the best performers were represented by such benchmarks as First Gen Corp, Alliance Global Group Inc and Metropolitan Bank and Trust Co. They rallied respectively 1.81%, 0.38% and 0.33%.
Meanwhile, the worst performance was demonstrated by Bank of the Philippine Islands, Aboitiz Power Corp and Aboitiz Equity Ventures Inc. They inched down respectively 4.16%, 4.14% and 4.00%.
Diving equities supplanted growing ones on the Philippines Stock Exchange by 107 to 77, while 59 were intact.
The currency pair CNY/PHP headed south 0.62% being worth 7.7207, USD/PHP inched down 0.47% trading at 51.180.
The US Dollar Index Futures gained 0.10% showing an outcome of 94.71.
Meanwhile, December delivery gold futures lost 0.11% trading at $1276.74 a troy ounce.
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