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Ayala Corp (AC.PS)

AC.PS on Philippine Stock Exchange

950.00PHP
21 Sep 2017
Change (% chg)

Php6.00 (+0.64%)
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Php944.00
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Php943.00
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Php960.00
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Php938.00
Volume
205,340
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278,957
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Php975.00
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About

Ayala Corporation is a holding company that offers business process outsourcing (BPO) services, transport infrastructure, education, healthcare, international and others. The Company segments are Parent Company, which includes financing entities; Real estate and hotels, which plans and develops residential and commercial... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.12
Market Cap(Mil.): Php586,436.38
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 621.22
Dividend: 3.46
Yield (%): 0.67

Financials

  Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 28.94 16.25
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 7.24 14.87
ROE: -- 10.71 13.89

BRIEF-Ayala sets terms of us$-denominated fixed-for-life senior perpetual notes

* Set terms of US$-denominated fixed-for-life (non-deferrable) senior perpetual issuance

Sep 06 2017

BRIEF-Ayala Corp clarifies on Manila Standard news article

* Refers to news article titled, “Ayala also keen on rehab of mrt3” posted on the August 11, 2017 issue of Manila Standard

Aug 14 2017

BRIEF-Ayala Corp eyes transport infrastructure projects in Visayas, Mindanao

April 21 Philippines' Ayala Corp, in a press briefing after a stockholders' meeting

Apr 20 2017

CORRECTED-SE Asia Stocks-Fall over capital outflow fears; Indonesia posts record closing high

(Corrects Reuters instrument code for Thai index in last paragraph) By Ambar Warrick April 6 Most Southeast Asian stock markets closed lower on Thursday on fears of capital outflows from the region after minutes of the U.S. Federal Reserve's last meeting showed that most policymakers think it should start trimming its massive stimulus. The U.S central bank's stimulus since the global financial crisis has driven capital inflows into Asia's emerging markets, and a reductio

Apr 06 2017

CORRECTED-SE Asia Stocks-Fall as Fed minutes spur capital outflow fears

(Corrects Reuters instrument code for Thai index in last paragraph) By Ambar Warrick April 6 Southeast Asian shares fell on Thursday on worries of capital outflows from the region after minutes of the U.S. Fed meeting showed that most policymakers were of the view that the central bank should start trimming its massive stimulus. The U.S central bank's stimulus since the global financial crisis has driven huge amounts of investment inflows into emerging markets in Asia an

Apr 06 2017

BRIEF-Ayala Corp clarifies news article

* Clarification of news article "ayala also looking at logistics business" in manila standard (internet edition)

Apr 03 2017

Earnings vs. Estimates