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    #161
    walang tigil ang pagtataas ng gasolina... mag 30.50 unleaded ngyn, tas magtataas nanaman ng 50cents...

    khit bumaba ang ang gasolina ng worldmarket.. satin d padin binababa.tataas pa sabihin kailangan nila bumawi sa natalo nilang investment... kaya nga investment/business ndi laging kumikita, tas pagtalo satin kinukuha ang pagpuna nila sa pagkalugi

    ang problem pa satin... pag tumaas, taas agad sila effective asap, pag bumaba. .. aantay ng 1week bago ibababa kasi daw kailangan bumawi sa pagkatalo nila. tas malalalaman mo .30cents lang ang ibababa, khit $2.++ ang pinaba nila worldmarket. tas pero pag umakyat ng presyo ang worldmarket khit .25++cents lang ang itataas .50cents agad. sana meron na talaga kotseng tubig (alam ko meron na.. ) ang nagpapatakbo.. para malugi na kahat ng oil companies bwwuuwwaahhahahah

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    #162
    expect the prices to move up this month... price for diesel will go up until the end of this month until 30Php. hirap nga eh kasi .5o ang increase kada linggo.

    AFAIK, eto ang plano ng caltex sa ngayon.. hay?!....

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    #163
    ganyan tlaga buhay pre wala tyo magagawa. ang malacanan naman pag signabi mo umaksyon sasabihin oil deregulation wala tayo control dyan. ang tanonong may ginagawa ba sila para at least man lng malaman kng tama ba ang tinataas ng mga oil companies at hindi sila lumalamang sa atin---ang sagot wala din!

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    #164
    Just read an interesting article yesterday from the PhilStar.

    According to the article, the pattern of the oil price increase this year is very similar to what happened on October 2004. The oil price spiked upwards but it also spiraled VERY SHARPLY downwards after a few months.

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    #165
    Quote Originally Posted by mazdamazda
    Just read an interesting article yesterday from the PhilStar.

    According to the article, the pattern of the oil price increase this year is very similar to what happened on October 2004. The oil price spiked upwards but it also spiraled VERY SHARPLY downwards after a few months.

    sana nga..

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    #166
    Oil prices hover near $50 a barrel
    OPEC president pledges to increase production
    The Associated Press
    Updated: 8:39 p.m. ET April 18, 2005

    SINGAPORE - Oil prices bounced around the $50 a barrel level Monday after the president of OPEC said the group would address rising demand by increasing its daily production by half a million barrels beginning next month.

    Sheik Ahmed Fahd al-Ahmed al-Sabah, who is also Kuwait’s energy minister, had previously spoken of the increase next month, but it was the first time he said it was going to occur without an official decision from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries.

    The group wants to “guarantee the flow of oil to markets,” and the increase will be “spontaneously carried out by members without a decision,” he added.

    Light, sweet crude for May delivery fell 12 cents to $50.37 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, where prices traded as high as $51.24 and as low as $49.66.

    Oil prices are roughly $8 a barrel below the intraday peak set earlier this month, though they are still more than 30 percent higher than a year ago.


    Over the weekend, finance officials from the Group of Seven said in a communique that “higher oil prices are a headwind” on the global economy and they urged producers to increase energy supplies and said countries should conserve more.

    The Group of Seven — the United States, Japan, Germany, France, Britain, Italy and Canada — also endorsed more timely and accurate information about the oil market, which officials said could help control price fluctuations and make companies more willing to expand production.

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    #167
    another oil price-cut just happened...

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    #168
    good news, dagdag pambili smb n c2 hehe

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    #169
    good news but not for long.
    the e-vat was signed yesterday, gasoline are no longer vat exempt come july this year.

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    #170
    Quote Originally Posted by mazdamazda
    another oil price-cut just happened...
    may bago ule?! o are you referring to the price cuts made last week? sensya na indi pa ko nakakalabas today eh last night nung pauwi ako 30.80 pa din ung velocity sa shell (result of the pricecut last week).

    anyways sana they lower it further pa din ...

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