10 Philippine Stock Exchange Stocks Impacted by nCov Coronavirus Scare

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Rely on PinoyInvestor to help you understand how various issues in the Philippines and abroad could detrimentally impact stocks that you're holding. Check out this brand-new Special Report, prepared by their partner Unicapital Securities, which talks about 10 stocks that could be affected by the global nCov scare:

Special Report: 10 PSE Stocks that may be affected by 2019 Coronavirus

Excerpt: The fast spread of the novel coronavirus (nCov) is a key concern, with President Xi Jinping saying this poses a grave threat to China. Here’s a list of 10 Philippine stocks that may be impacted by the 2019 nCov coronavirus issue...

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Market Views and Commentaries

  • MerryMart IPO to Raise PHP 1.6 Billion
  • CEB Sees Net Income Decline of PHP 3-4 Billion due to nCov
  • URC’s Kapeng Barako Production Affected by Taal Eruption
  • DD Targeting PHP 11 Billion in REITs Every Year
  • 4 Factories of IMI in China Affected by nCov

Technicals Talk (Technical Analysis)

  • AXLM (by Unicapital Securities)
  • MRC (by First Metro Securities)
  • MWC (by Regina Capital Dev't Corp.)
  • VITA (by Unicapital Securities)
  • *FREE!* Cemex Holdings Phils. (CHP) *Just click to access the report free!*

Stocks in Focus (Fundamental Analysis)

  • EAGLE (by Unicapital Securities)
  • EEI (by Regina Capital Dev’t Corp.)
  • FB (by Unicapital Securities)
  • RFM (by Regina Capital Dev’t Corp.)

I am not a stock market investor, not a licensed stock market advisor, does not provide personal investment advice nor advocate Buy/Sell/Hold recommendations of any investments and securities. You should seek advice from qualified/licensed stock market advisors before engaging in any transaction.
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