Manila Stock Exchange

Manila Stock Exchange

A former stock exchange in the Philippines. It was established in 1927 and in 1992 it merged with the Makati Stock Exchange to form the Philippine Stock Exchange.
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The Philippine bourse is recognized as one of the oldest stock exchanges in Asia, having been in continuous operation since the establishment of the Manila Stock Exchange (MSE) on August 8, 1927.
The PSE is one of the oldest stock exchanges in Asia, having been in continuous operation since the establishment of the Manila Stock Exchange in 1927.
However, there was no stock exchange yet in the Philippines (the Manila Stock Exchange was incorporated in 1927).
Manila stock exchange posted foreign inflows for a fourth consecutive week.
Considered one of the oldest bourses in Asia, the PSE traces its roots back to the country's two former bourses -- the Manila Stock Exchange (formed in 1927) and the Makati Stock Exchange (formed in 1963), which were unified on December 23, 1992 to form the PSE.
Meanwhile, the Manila Stock Exchange halted trading past mid-trade on October 27 when the key index plummeted more than 10 per cent.
Elsewhere in Asia markets in Hong Kong, Australia and the Philippines also slid dramatically, with the Manila stock exchange at one point suspending trading for 15 minutes as circuit-breakers cut in when the market lost more than 10 per cent.
He noted that, "for the first time, traders from the old Manila Stock Exchange and the old Makati Stock Exchange now share one trading floor.
It was incorporated in 1992 following the merger of the Manila Stock Exchange and the Makati Stock Exchange.
Andres Luna de San Pedro, son of Juan Luna and Paz Pardo de Tavera, was the architect of the magnificent art deco commercial center, the Crystal Arcade which was air-conditioned and housed upscale shops, a cafe, and the Manila Stock Exchange.
Garcia returned to the equities sector in 1994, shortly after the merger of the Manila Stock Exchange and Makati Stock Exchange, and was elected to the board of governors in 1996.