As Inflation Rises, Accumulate High Dividend Yield PSE Stocks

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Market Commentary

As inflation rises, accumulate high dividend yield PSE stocks

Highlights: "The latest Consumer Price Index (CPI) report showed that the Philippines' headline inflation eased to 6.3% in August versus 6.4% in July. The figure is right in the middle of the BSP’s forecast range of 5.9%-6.7%. Average inflation year-to-date (YTD) stood at 4.9%, still above the government’s 2-4% target band.

With core inflation well above 4% and the Peso further depreciating, we expect the BSP to raise policy rates by around 0.50% in their next policy meeting at the end of September. With interest rates expected to move up towards the end of the year, accumulate high dividend yield stocks in this market. In particular, the following PSE stocks are expected to provide a high 2022 dividend yield of over 7% this year..."

Read the full Market Commentary here: As inflation rises, accumulate high dividend yield PSE stocks

Other Market Commentaries

1. PHL’s dollar reserves fall to lowest level in 2 years

2. AREIT’s 483.24 million property-for-share swap transaction with ALI approved by PSE

Technical Analysis

1. Technicals Talk: AC Energy Corp. (ACEN)

2. Technicals Talk: Bloomberry Resorts Corp. (BLOOM)

3. Technicals Talk: Jollibee Foods Corp. (JFC)

Fundamental Analysis

1. Stock in Focus: Globe Telecom (GLO)

2. Stock in Focus: Eagle Cement Corp. (EAGLE)

3. Stock in Focus: RL Commercial REIT Inc. (RCR)

Stock Picks and Model Portfolios

1. Stock Picks for the week (Sept 12-16, 2022)

2. Model Portfolios: Unloved, Value Play, Yield Seeker, Riding the Momentum

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