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Feb 28, 2013

PSE to change index composition on March 11

The Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) announced the new composition of the PSE index (PSEi) with the inclusion of Bloomberry Resorts Corporation in the PSE's roster of blue chip firms replacing SM Development Corporation in the main index effective March 11.
The PSEi consists of the country¿s 30 most liquid and well-capitalized listed firms.
"The review of indices continues to reflect changes in trading activity which are part of the PSE's objective standards. The selection criteria adopted by the PSE allow it to consistently offer independent and transparent benchmark indices that investors can use as a tool for measuring the market's performance," PSE President and Chief Executive Officer Mr. Hans B. Sicat said.
To be included in the PSEi, a listed company must be included among the top companies in terms of liquidity and full market capitalization.  In addition, companies in the main index are required to maintain a higher free float level than the minimum requirement for listed companies.
The changes will be effective following the PSE's regular review of its indices which covered trading activity from January to December 2012. The last PSE change in the composition of the PSE's indices was on September 10, 2012.
PSE is the only stock exchange in the Philippines with 254 listed companies and 134 active trading participants.

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