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Ayala Land, Inc.
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CA lifts TRO on Negros Occidental property awarded to Ayala Land
By Danny B. Dangcalan (The Philippine Star) Updated September 12, 2011 12:00 AM

http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?pub...eId=726147
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#32
technically, this stock is moving sideways... forming a congestion pattern at 15.5 to 17 pesos
IMHO, range trade is a good play. ~caveat
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#33
ALI comes to Tagaytay
After letting other property developers gain solid footholds in and around Tagaytay City, Ayala Land has apparently decided that enough is enough, and is now jumping into the increasingly crowded fray.
According to our source, the country’s largest real developer by market value is set to launch its first condominium project in the picturesque resort town south of Metro Manila next month.
The mixed-use development—to be located across Discovery Country Suites—the yet-unnamed project will be marketed under the Alveo brand, indicating that it is targeted toward the middle-income buyers.
The multi-phase project will eventually have leisure and mid-rise condos, a retail section and a condotel, and about 150 units will be offered in the initial marketing salvo.
Never mind, of course, that the Ayala Land project will be situated on the other side of the road from the ridge (normally lower priced properties than those situated on the other side, right on the ridge). The structures will be high enough to give residents commanding views of Taal Lake and beyond, we’re told.—Daxim L. Lucas

http://business.inquirer.net/20485/biz-b...mmed-again
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#34
hwaw!!! may yayaman nanaman dyan! woohoo!!! bato bato sa langit, ang tamaan sana mabukulan. mahiya naman kayo!! Big Grin Big Grin
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#35
ikaw ba ang yayaman?
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#36
seems there is no interest on ALI over here. i believe ALI has a lot of potential, and looking at the trades today, UBS has been accumulating lately and it has been slowly moving upwards.
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#37
...pag wala interest, accumulate, ALI is a blue chip, hindi mawawala pagnanasa ng foreigns dito
Pls don't follow me....I'm lost too! hehe
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#38
gumalaw na.

switched some MEG here Smile
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#39
this should break P17.00 very soon

P67million Net Foreign Buying today
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#40
Posted on November 20, 2011 10:59:03 PM

BY CLIFF HARVEY C. VENZON

Ayala Land to sustain 33% growth until yearend

AYALA LAND, Inc. expects to sustain until the end of the year the 33% profit growth seen as of September as residential sales and leasing income remain strong, an official said late last week.

http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?...d&id=41960
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