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SM Prime Holdings Inc (SMPH.PS)

SMPH.PS on Philippine Stock Exchange

34.70PHP
19 Sep 2017
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

SM Prime Holdings says Q2 net income 7.79 billion pesos
Monday, 7 Aug 2017 12:48am EDT 

Aug 7 (Reuters) - SM Prime Holdings Inc ::Net income rose to 7.79 billion pesos in the second quarter of 2017 from 6.75 billion pesos in same period last year.Qtrly consolidated revenues grew by 10% to 43.25 billion pesos from 39.23 billion pesos in same period last year.  Full Article

SM Prime Holdings says Qtrly revenue 20.51 bln pesos vs 18.25 bln pesos
Friday, 5 May 2017 01:36am EDT 

May 5 (Reuters) - Sm Prime Holdings Inc -:Qtrly revenue 20.51 billion pesos versus 18.25 billion pesos.Qtrly net income attributable 6.6 billion pesos versus 5.84 billion pesos.  Full Article

SM Prime Holdings to spend 50 bln pesos over next 2 years for developmental goals
Tuesday, 25 Apr 2017 04:02am EDT 

April 25 (Reuters) - Sm Prime Holdings Inc :Plans to spend at least 50 billion pesos per annum over the next two years to support its developmental goals.Declared a cash dividend of 0.26 per share.  Full Article

SM Prime Holdings announces bond issues
Monday, 6 Mar 2017 07:19pm EST 

Sm Prime Holdings Inc : To issue up to 15 billion pesos fixed rate retail bonds with an over subscription option of up to 5 billion pesos .The bonds are part of the company’s proposed 3-year debt securities program of up to P60.0 billion.  Full Article

Sm Prime Holdings says FY consolidated revenues grew 12 pct to 79.8 billion pesos
Monday, 20 Feb 2017 07:29pm EST 

Sm Prime Holdings Inc : Fy consolidated revenues grew 12% to php79.8 billion in 2016 from php71.5 billion in 2015. .Net income growth of 14% in 2016 to 23.8 billion pesos.  Full Article

Sm Prime Holdings says FY consolidated revenues grew 12 pct to 79.8 billion pesos
Monday, 20 Feb 2017 06:44pm EST 

Sm Prime Holdings Inc : Fy consolidated revenues grew 12% to php79.8 billion in 2016 from php71.5 billion in 2015. .Net income growth of 14% in 2016 to 23.8 billion pesos.  Full Article

Manila Water says unit signed agreement with SM Prime Holdings
Thursday, 8 Dec 2016 01:48am EST 

Manila Water Company Inc : Unit to provide water and/or used water services and facilities to property development projects of sm group .Unit signed memorandum of agreement with each of SM Prime Holdings and its affiliates & units, the SM Development Corp and SM Residences Corp..  Full Article

SM Prime approved appointment of Jeffrey C. Lim as president effective Oct 1, 2016
Monday, 1 Aug 2016 04:51am EDT 

SM Prime Holdings Inc : Approved appointment of Jeffrey C. Lim as president effective October 1, 2016, replacing Hans T. Sy . Source (http://bit.ly/2aCg4nW) ((For more news, please click here [SMPH.PS])) ((Bengaluru Newsroom; +91 80 6749 1130)).  Full Article

SM Prime posts 12 pct rise in first-half core net income
Monday, 1 Aug 2016 03:46am EDT 

SM Prime Holdings Inc : In H1 posts 12 pct growth in its core net income to 12.6 billion pesos from 11.2 billion pesos .In H1 posts 9 pct increase in consolidated revenues to 39.2 billion pesos from 35.9 billion pesos.  Full Article

SM Prime Holdings announces listing of retail bonds
Wednesday, 27 Jul 2016 11:17pm EDT 

SM Prime Holdings Inc : Announces 3rd listing of retail bonds with its issuance of 10 billion pesos fixed rate bonds due on 2026 .  Full Article

SE Asia Stocks-Rise ahead of corporate results; Philippines hits 1-mth high

By Ambar Warrick July 19 Most Southeast Asian stock markets rose on Wednesday, in line with Asia, as investors shrugged off concerns about an immediate interest rate hike by the U.S. Federal Reserve and turmoils at the White House to focus on upcoming corporate results. Asian shares rose as optimism on China's economy underpinned stocks and commodities, and as investors bet any further tightening in the United States would be slow at best. U.S. President Donald Trump'