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Stock market may rise to 8,250 this year

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Online stockbroker COL Financial Group expects the Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) to recover to 7,500 to 8,250 level this year after reconfiguring into a corrective consolidation, according to a report by Philippine News Agency. In a pr...

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Construction of Pedro Gil Residences picks up pace

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The Pedro Gil Residences is now at 31.68 percent until completion, the city government said in a report by Manila Bulletin.

The 20-story in-city vertical housing project in San Andres is designed to house more than 300 families.

The building will also have facilities such as a public health center, swimming pool, fitness center, function room, as well as a badminton court. There will also be elevators for residential use.

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Manila Mayor Honey Lacuna-Pangan earlier said the city government is set to build more infrastructure projects in the city, including housing projects.

Various housing projects were also launched by the city government last year in a bid to provide low-cost housing to impoverished Manilenos.

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