PSE Composite Index
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As the PSE's only broad-base index, it is frequently seen as an indicator of the general state of the Philippine business climate, although its reliability as an indicator of the state of the broader Philippine economy has been put into question.
The stock exchange regularly revises the list, at least twice a year. The PSE Composite Index is always composed of 30 stocks.
The stock exchange maintains the following requirements for a stock to be included in the PSEi:
- Minimum free float level of 15%.
- This was increased from 12% before 2018.
- A company must also meet the liquidity and capitalization criteria.
These are current as of February 18, 2019:
|Closing||9,041.20||Friday, January 26, 2018|
|Intraday||9,078.37||Monday, January 29, 2018|
- PSE All Shares Index, index of almost all shares traded in the PSE
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