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    #2781
    Lockdown=No income, no way to pay your debt...


    P21.4B long term loans: Tan Caktiong flirts with possible default if creditors didn’t relax, waive Jollibee’s debt covenants – Bilyonaryo


    Jollibee has 19 long-term loans worth a total of P21.394 billion and payable from 2020 to 2026:

    * 8 loans worth P13.016 by the parent company

    *Three loans worth a total of P5.185 billion for US subsidiaries

    *Three loans worth P2.1 billion for local subsidiaries

    *5 loans worth P1.05 billion for its Vietnam operations

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    #2782


    oh... that is not good

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    #2783
    True.
    Ung com'l unit namin walang kita since March kasi umuwi muna sa province ung renter, nandun kasi family niya. Buti na lang ung condo unit namin nagbabayad pa rin ung renter, at least covered na monthly amortization sa bangko.

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    PNB earnings fall 97.5% in Q2 on higher loan provisions – Bilyonaryo
    The Lucio Tan-led bank earmarked P5.1 billion to cover a possible rise in loan losses in April to June.

    This brings the bank’s total provisions to date to P8.4 billion.

    After provisions, PNB’s net income for the first half amounted to P1.4 billion, down from almost P4 billion last year.

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    #2785
    I wonder how BDO, Metrobank and BPI are doing?
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    #2786
    Quote Originally Posted by boybi View Post
    I wonder how BDO, Metrobank and BPI are doing?
    BDO. Bagsak din revenues 70+%


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    #2787
    lahat sila nag set aside ng malaking loan loss provision

    it is considered an expense kaya lahat sila bagsak ang profit

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    #2788
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    lahat sila nag set aside ng malaking loan loss provision

    it is considered an expense kaya lahat sila bagsak ang profit
    So lalo sila hindi magbaba ng loan rates para hindi lalo bumagsak profit nila.
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    #2789
    ^^^

    yan ang di ko masabi

    pero mahigpit sila magpautang ngayon

    meron kami customer bibili ng equipment nangungutang sa bangko... ang tagal wala pa balita

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    #2790
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    oh... that is not good
    But banks will bend backwards for big corporations kesa sa mag default sila.

    They will be accommodated ang kawawa yun mga ordinary creditors. Wala patawad diyan banko.

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