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The holidays were a tough time for the nation.
December was a tougher time for Filipinos than we previously thought. Much has been said about the sky-high consumer prices for vegetables, meat, and the like during the holidays. And the data backs it up.According to a representative of the Philippine Statistics Authority, ...
Unfortunately, we haven't seen it peak just yet.
Philippine inflation has gotten much worse than we expected. According to the Philippine Statistics Authority and national statistician Dennis Mapa, the Philippines posted a 7.7-percent spike in October 2022. The last time we say this kind of number was back in December ...
Hear us out.
The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) recently reported that the national inflation rate has accelerated to 6.9 percent for the month of September, the highest in four years after slowing down to 6.3 percent in August.With the peso falling towards P60 to a ...
According to a June 26-29 survey.
Around 2.9 million Filipino families experienced involuntary hunger in June, a slight decrease from two months prior, results of a Social Weather Stations survey released on Saturday showed.Some 11.6% of 1,500 adults polled from June 26 to 29 said they experienced being hungry ...
Making safe bets on stocks like blue-chips is one good way to start off your investment journey.
Investing in stocks has traditionally been viewed as a hedge against inflation, and is one way to build wealth over time, especially if you’re looking to grow your savings in the long-term.Over the past 35 years (since 1987), we have seen how ...
Inflation isn't always a bad thing.
The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) recently reported that the national inflation rate has increased to 4.0 percent for the month of March after it reached a low of 3.0 percent for the months of January and February this year.As the momentum for ...
You need your income and savings to grow and catch up with the general increase in prices.
The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) recently reported that the national inflation rate has accelerated to 4.2 percent in January 2020, the highest ever recorded since 2019. Inflation increased last year from 3.3 percent in November to 3.5 percent in December.The latest inflation ...
It’s not just sili that’s insanely pricey.
If you don’t regularly go to the market, this story might not concern you. But for everybody else whose task it is to replenish food supplies on a regular basis, they might be wondering why exactly prices of basic commodities are through ...
Demand remains sluggish due to the pandemic.
Inflation in the Philippines slowed to 2.4 percent in August, a consequence of weak demand driven by the coronavirus pandemic. It was also below the forecast set by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas.Also read:  8 Great Monarchies and How They Fell from Grace The ...
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