- This well-known glass-and-steel landmark on Ayala Avenue houses the secondary trading floor of the Philippine Stock Exchange. There used to be two stock exchanges in Manila--the Manila Stock Exchange and the Makati Stock Exchange. When the two merged, the Makati exchange became the branch of the principal trading floor at the Philippine Stock Exchange Center. Visitors are welcome to observe the trading from a public gallery. If you wish to become an active player on the market, you may consult any of the 250 brokerage firms.
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