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    #1691
    syet...duguan ang PSEI.

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    Grabeh shockwave ng coronavirus... iba pa ito sa nakikitang global recession this year... dapat may naka handang bala... makabili ng blue chips... or averaging sa loss...


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    Ramdam na daw ng mga mall operator ang epekto ng coronavirus

    pati mga hotel, resto

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    I wonder if our OFW dependent economy will be able to survive this one... For sure export and tourist dependent countries are going to get burned badly.

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    economies will experience hits to both demand side and supply side

    supply -- China factories are either shut or barely open

    if your supplies come from China sooner or later your old stock will run out and there won't be new stock for some time (whether it's finished goods or intermediate goods or capital goods)

    demand -- if people stay home (voluntary or forced quarantine) economic activity slows down

    if people don't go to work, no income, no spending, no demand
    Last edited by uls; February 26th, 2020 at 03:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    economies will experience hits to both demand side and supply side

    supply -- China factories are either shut or barely open

    if your supplies come from China sooner or later your old stock will run out and there won't be new stock for some time (whether it's finished goods or intermediate goods or capital goods)

    demand -- if people stay home (voluntary or forced quarantine) economic activity slows down

    if people don't go to work, no income, no spending, no demand
    Affected masyado yung mga negosyante. Paanu mga wala pambili?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketib View Post
    Affected masyado yung mga negosyante. Paanu mga wala pambili?

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    Crimes will increase.

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    #1698
    Quote Originally Posted by falken View Post
    Crimes will increase.

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    Is it happening in Wuhan now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketib View Post
    Affected masyado yung mga negosyante. Paanu mga wala pambili?

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    affected lahat

    kahit may pambili kung wala mabili

    like ung face mask madami ka nga pera pero wala mabili

    if the shut down continues later on more and more goods disappear

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketib View Post
    Is it happening in Wuhan now?

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    So far, their government still has it under control. That's their advantage, being under authoritarian rule.

    It's more frightening for us if this pandemic lasts for a long time. Our country's source of income are from tourism and overseas workers. Tourism is taking a big hit right now. And if Ofw deployment is severely limited. Lots of people will be jobless. Add to that, we rely on imports to feed our population. Food prices might skyrocket. Hunger leads to rioting.

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