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    #2271
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    meron ba nag labas ng pera sa chinabank at nilipat sa BDO o BPI?

    hehe
    My banks are Chinabank and BDO. Lol.

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    #2272

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    #2273
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    meron ba nag labas ng pera sa chinabank at nilipat sa BDO o BPI?

    hehe
    Quote Originally Posted by Little Missy View Post
    My banks are Chinabank and BDO. Lol.

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    Yun galing CB ko sa BPI ko pinasok 🤣🤣🤦*♂️🤦*♂️

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    #2274

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    #2275
    La naman mangyayari dyan imho hehe

    BDO at BPI pa.

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    #2276
    ^^^

    ang concern lang diyan ung demanda

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    #2277
    SHORT PH banks ...

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    #2278
    Bank stocks are already battered, to the point that they can't be significantly shorted.

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    #2279
    Quote Originally Posted by Walter View Post
    SHORT PH banks ...

    Allowed naba ang short selling sa pinas?

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    #2280
    Quote Originally Posted by 12vdc View Post
    Good read. Aside from those external loans and grants, government securities issuances, and the bond repurchase agreement with BSP, the Philippine government has also sourced financing from GOCCs and tax revenues. There's already enough cash available for a meaningful pandemic response, however, the government isn't spending fast enough to counter the economic fallout of covid-19. Its current socio-economic recovery plan remains unsound as conflicting stimulus bills are being pushed.

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