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Noted commentators come together to write about observations and recommendations about the Philippine economy.
Many people have commented about the exhilarating pace of economic development the country is enjoying in recent months and years, but it takes true economists and financial experts to help make sense of it all.This is exactly what five established economic commentators ...
 
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#PHGDP grew by 6.2% in 2018, down from 6.7% in 2017.
The Philippine economy’s growth in 2018 fell short of achieving the government’s (downgraded) targets of 6.5% to 6.9%.National Statistician and Civil Registrar General of the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) Lisa Grace Bersales announced in a press conference on January 24, Thursday, that ...
 
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And instead of photos, we got you some charts to look at.
In the past few weeks, a meme called “The 10-Year Challenge” has gone viral, flooding Facebook and other social media platforms.The idea is simple: you have to post photos—usually just two and properly juxtaposed—to show “how hard aging hit you” in a ...
 
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Here's a look back at how inflation moved in 2018, and what the government is planning to do about it
Prices of consumer goods in the country became more expensive than what the government expected last year.In fact, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) reported in the first week of January that the 2018 average inflation, or the rate of how fast prices ...
 
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The markets will invariably swing upwards and downwards, especially given that our dear president runs his mouth every so often (and, unfortunately, the words of the president do have the power to affect the market).
To tell you the truth, no other candidate scared me more than the man who is now our president. As an investor who’s worked in the financial industry in various capacities for 12 years, the financial health of the country is tied ...
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