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  1. Join Date
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    #11
    kainggit naman ang problema ni CVT.......

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    #12
    ^

    mas safe na tayo sa dollar or any foreign accounts. pwedeng buksan pag petot eh.

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    #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Retz View Post
    Where can i open a Euro account?

    HSBC mayroon, bro.

    15.0K:smoke:

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    #14
    Makiki-ride lang ako sa thread, apologies to the TS. I have a USD TD and over the last few years eh paliit na nang paliit ang interest rate. Should I keep it sa TD or do I move it to another product? If I move it, saan ba maganda ilagay yung pera? I don't touch the money, I just keep it as a start-up fund for when we finally migrate. It would be nice if there is some growth to the fund. Any ideas would be appreciated

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    #15
    I put my senti $ Accnt here. BDO Medium Term Dollar Bond Fund ...beats out any Foreign currency Time deposits or savings.

    Caveat: Read the fine prints on those UITF...this papers are not suited for everyone...kanya kanyang risk appetite yan.

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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by CVT View Post

    HSBC mayroon, bro.

    15.0K:smoke:

    salamat bro.

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    #17
    talaga zero return ng dollar deposit. the US central bank is holding rates at zero

    if you want higher yield you gotta take risk

    pwede $ denominated investment grade corporate bonds. or more risk... high yield bonds

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