Rockwell Land Corp.
Boss Comm, nag adjust ako sa 1.92.. nasapul last Fri..
bumaba pa pala sa 1.89

maganda pa din po ba chart neto? inaabangan kong mag 3 pesos
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(09-18-2018, 10:50 PM)gnod21 Wrote: Boss Comm, nag adjust ako sa 1.92.. nasapul last Fri..
bumaba pa pala sa 1.89

maganda pa din po ba chart neto? inaabangan kong mag 3 pesos

...pag walang pumapansin, bilhin mo lang ng bilhin...darating din yung araw na ikaw lang din ang magbebenta sa mga gustong mamili dahil pataas na presyo nya Smile
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10-3

...cleared na ng anti-trust commission, good news Smile

PCC approves Rockwell-Carmelray JV

ROCKWELL Land Corp. is set to launch a 63-hectare mixed use estate in Laguna by the middle of 2019, after securing approval from the Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) for its partnership with the Yulo family.

In a disclosure to the stock exchange on Tuesday, the Lopez-led property firm said the PCC approved its joint venture with Carmelray Property Holdings, Inc. (CPHI) for the development of the estate in Canlubang, Laguna.

Rockwell Land will subscribe to P450 million worth of CPHI common and preferred shares as part of its initial investment, giving it a 14.7% ownership in the joint venture company.

“We will develop a 63-hectare mixed-use project in Canlubang, set to launch by mid-2019,” a Rockwell Land representative told BusinessWorld.

In a Sept. 27 resolution, the PCC said the Rockwell Land-Carmelray deal “does not result in the substantial lessening of competition in the relevant market of luxury residential developments in Region IV.”

“No horizontal overlaps were found between the parties and there were sufficient number of other competitors in the said market,” the competition watchdog said.

Carmelray Property is part of the Carmelray Group of Companies which is engaged in the integrated development of industrial estates, townships and ancillary environmental infrastructure and services.

Rockwell Land is engaged in the residential development of high-rise condominiums as well as retail and office leasing. Its flagship project is the Rockwell Center, located next to the Makati central business district.

The PCC is mandated by Republic Act 10667 or the Philippine Competition Act of 2015 to review mergers and acquisitions to ensure that these deals do not compromise the interest of consumers.

The Rockwell Land-Carmelray joint venture (JV) is the 148th transaction approved by anti-trust body. 


source: https://www.bworldonline.com/pcc-approve...melray-jv/
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11-20

...earnings report....positive Smile

Rockwell Land reports 9% uptick in Q3 income

EARNINGS of Rockwell Land Corp. gained 9% in the third quarter of 2018, as higher income from its leasing segment offset the slight dip in sales of residential units.

In a regulatory filing, the Lopez-led property developer said net income attributable to equity holders of the parent climbed to P629 million in the July to September period, versus P576 million booked in the same period a year ago.

Revenues in the same period picked up 5% to P4.15 billion. Bulk of this came from the sale of condominium units, which stood at P3.01 billion, 2% lower than the P3.07 billion posted last year. Lease income meanwhile jumped 58% to P400 million.

On a nine-month basis, Rockwell Land’s attributable profit surged 17% to P1.88 billion, after revenues rose 14% to P12.2 billion.

Amid the slower third quarter, sale of condominium units went up 10% to P8.99 billion in the nine month ending September, which the company attributed to the higher completion of Edades Suites and The Vantage.

The launch of new projects — the Aruga Resort and Residences in Mactan, Cebu, and Arton in Quezon City — prompted a 34% increase in reservation sales for the period. Aruga Resort, with its 300 residential units and 300 hotel rooms, has a sales value of about P6 billion, while the second tower of the Arton is set to generate around P4 billion in sales.

For commercial development, revenues surged by 36% to P1.44 billion, boosted by the new retail and office spaces available following the expansion of Power Plant Mall, as well as the addition of RBC Sheridan and Santolan Town Plaza.

Cinema operations rose by 36% to P214 million following the addition of two cinemas in Power Plant Mall, and four cinemas in Santolan Town Plaza.

Meanwhile, the office segment generated P391 million in revenues, 83% higher year-on-year, also due to RBC Sheridan which logged an average occupancy rate of 61%.

Revenues from the hotel segment slumped 17% to P264 million, weighed down by the third discontinued operations of Aruga at the Grove Service Apartments in September 2017.

Rockwell Land said it has spent P10.24 billion worth of capital expenditures in the first three quarters of the year, out of the P14 billion it has committed to spend for the entire year. The company noted that half of the budget was spent for the development of Proscenium, while a total of P1.68 billion went to investment properties.

The listed firm earlier said it plans to ramp up land banking efforts this year, allotting about P4-5 billion to acquire up to 284 hectares of land across the country.


source: https://www.bworldonline.com/rockwell-la...q3-income/
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Boss Comm, eto na po ba ang hudyat ng pagtaas ? naghigh na ng 2.05
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(12-06-2018, 12:04 AM)gnod21 Wrote: Boss Comm, eto na po ba ang hudyat ng pagtaas ? naghigh na ng 2.05

...yup, I hope it continues to break out today
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(12-06-2018, 08:41 AM)Ollie Wrote:
(12-06-2018, 12:04 AM)gnod21 Wrote: Boss Comm, eto na po ba ang hudyat ng pagtaas ? naghigh na ng 2.05

...yup, I hope it continues to break out today

epic fail, baka bumubwelo pa
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