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    #1311
    Bentahan na ng dollars bago bumagsak Philippine Economy Talk

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    surprisingly compstela valley is at no. 2. All those blood tainted gold must be moving fast and moving out. The last time i was there bukid pa masyado doon. I wonder how it is now.

    Btw, dito yumaman ang family ni dennis uy. Then they parlayed their gold money into politics. True blue Guns, goons, and gold thug life mindanao style.

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    #1313
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    USDPHP keeps breaking support areas

    could see 52.80



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    the market is waiting for......

    3rd quarter GDP report tomorrow

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    #1315
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    the market is waiting for......

    3rd quarter GDP report tomorrow

    NEDA: PH Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rate is at 6.1% in Q3 of 2018.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    NEDA: PH Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rate is at 6.1% in Q3 of 2018.
    Is it higher compsred previously?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ray_noel View Post
    Is it higher compsred previously?


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    2nd Quarter was 6.2%. This drop for the third quarter was due to the closure of Borocay, rise of Inflation rate and the typhoons that struck the country.

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    #1318
    Still dropping...



    "This may have been brought about by several factors including the aforementioned flows, an improving inflation outlook, and the seasonal strength of the Peso because of remittances,"

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    #1319
    Are these loans sustainable or could this be a case of money laundering?

    Debts triple in 217: Find out the 21 banks fueling Duterte crony Dennis Uy’s buying binge : Bilyonaryo

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    #1320
    Below expected gdp growth but still decent at 6.1%

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