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    Quote Originally Posted by minicarph View Post
    grabe pala hit senyo uls, train law on fuel, tapos dollar, tapos low demand on goods, malamang pagtaas ng palengke food nahihirapan laborers nyo. kaya pala ganyan ka na lang ka-affected.

    i have suggestion uls, why not sell everything as in everything tapos enjoy ka muna 1 year wag magtarbaho. kaya mo? i care for you too. di ba dati lagi tayo usap business, binenta ko na lahat yun parang nag-semi retirement ako as in lahat kahit used chairs, tables, used cabinet. tapos nag-cash out ako. I learned a lot from that experience uls.

    tingen ko naman malaki cashout mo, kasi importer ka eh, sa trucks pa lang million na din yan.

    just advice from a friend hihi
    ngek

    we're ok OB

    just coz i'm posting about EM crisis and PH inflation and falling PHP doesn't mean i'm going hungry

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    di namin pwede gawin ung sinasabi mo

    may mga mawawalan ng hanapbuhay

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    at tsaka...

    Cathy:
    Uls isn't the type naman na magiging masaya ng walang ginagawa.
    yeah

    ano gagawin ko araw araw?

    mag mall?

    i'll die of boredom

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    PHILIPPINE stocks and the peso led declines in Asia after Wednesday’s jump in inflation coincided with an intensifying emerging market sell-off, and Jefferies Hong Kong Ltd. downgraded the nation’s equities.

    Inflation puts PHL at center of Asian emerging market crisis | BusinessMirror

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    This is insane. What the hell are people supposed to eat then, pati gulay mahal. I hope the price of chicken is still okay. Good thing our all around planted a lot of veggies so we get some from the backyard. Malaking savings din

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    After that raise minimum wages...


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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamur View Post
    PHILIPPINE stocks and the peso led declines in Asia after Wednesday’s jump in inflation coincided with an intensifying emerging market sell-off, and Jefferies Hong Kong Ltd. downgraded the nation’s equities.

    Inflation puts PHL at center of Asian emerging market crisis | BusinessMirror

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    Typical market reaction.

    This is one of the better explanations out there. 6.4% August inflation ‘self-inflicted'; gov't 'did little or nothing' — Salceda | Inquirer News

    And no, bukbok rice is not the solution. Iyak na lang tayo. LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamur View Post
    PHILIPPINE stocks and the peso led declines in Asia after Wednesday’s jump in inflation coincided with an intensifying emerging market sell-off, and Jefferies Hong Kong Ltd. downgraded the nation’s equities.

    Inflation puts PHL at center of Asian emerging market crisis | BusinessMirror

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    Typical market reaction.

    This is one of the better explanations out there. 6.4% August inflation ‘self-inflicted'; gov't 'did little or nothing' — Salceda | Inquirer News

    And no, bukbok rice is not the solution. Iyak na lang tayo. LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    After that raise minimum wages...



    that will cause even more inflation

    tapos labor demanding wage increase

    pag pumayag ang gobyerno lalo tataas ang inflation


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    theory ko nga large contributor to inflation since January ung salary increase sa PNP AFP

    think about it

    hundreds of thousands of people suddenly have a lot more money to spend
    Last edited by uls; September 7th, 2018 at 03:24 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A121 View Post
    Typical market reaction.

    This is one of the better explanations out there. 6.4% August inflation ‘self-inflicted'; gov't 'did little or nothing' — Salceda | Inquirer News

    And no, bukbok rice is not the solution. Iyak na lang tayo. LOL.

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    Typical market reaction.

    This is one of the better explanations out there. 6.4% August inflation ‘self-inflicted'; gov't 'did little or nothing' — Salceda | Inquirer News

    And no, bukbok rice is not the solution. Iyak na lang tayo. LOL.




    but global investors don't dig for explanations eh

    all they care about is your country's current account, BOP, forex reserves, inflation rate, etc

    PH data is deteriorating

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    I noticed the shelf space for lettuces (Romaine, iceberg...) in Landmark empty for two weeks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamur View Post
    PHILIPPINE stocks and the peso led declines in Asia after Wednesday’s jump in inflation coincided with an intensifying emerging market sell-off, and Jefferies Hong Kong Ltd. downgraded the nation’s equities.

    Inflation puts PHL at center of Asian emerging market crisis | BusinessMirror

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    sabi ko nga the EM crisis will arrive at our beach

    global investors will go from one country to the next

    any sign of weakness (bad data) they'll jump on you

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