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    #581
    Quote Originally Posted by _Cathy_ View Post
    Nooooooo That's one of the few products that survived from my childhood.

    Pero bakit yung sodas, they seem to be doing fine? Economies of scale?
    Diba iba na ginagamit ng mga sodas company na sugar, dahil meron ako mabasa yun Coke yata nabenta na nila yun stocks nilang sugar sa ibang region.


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    #582
    coca cola PH still uses sugar

    they buy a lot of local sugar actually

    Sugar producers commit supply to Coca-Cola ? DA | Philstar.com


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    #583
    Mas gusto ko pepsi kesa sa coke. I guess, may extra minerals sya dahil sa balon galing. Hehe.



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    #584
    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    As of June 18, 2018
    10:02:00 AM

    PSEi
    7,352.97
    DOWN-176.57
    DOWN-2.34%▼

    PSEi

    As of June 19, 2018
    10:03:00 AM

    PSEi
    7,257.29
    DOWN-156.82
    DOWN-2.11%▼

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    #585
    foreign funds pulling out of emerging markets

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    #586
    Bad news all the way. Tag-hirap talaga uy.

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    #587
    during the time of zero rates $$$ left the US to seek yield in EM

    now US interest rates have risen high enough to attract $$$ back

    $$$ invested in EM are going home



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    #588
    Dollar outflow seen accelerating | Inquirer Business


    The central bank now expects dollar outflows due to the Philippines’ trade imbalance to rise by over three times its original forecast as the value of the country’s imports continues to outpace what it earns from exports.

    In a press briefing over the weekend, officials of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas said the country’s current account would likely end the year at a deficit of $3.1 billion, equivalent to 0.9 percent of gross domestic product.

    This represents a 342-percent increase over the original deficit projection of $700 million that its economists announced in late 2017.
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    #589



    this build build build is bad timing

    just when US interest rates are rising, $$$ flowing out of EM, we have this strong demand for $$$ for lots of imports

    not to mention the demand for $$$ going forward as govt and corporates need to pay $$$ obligations

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    #590
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    this build build build is bad timing

    just when US interest rates are rising, $$$ flowing out of EM, we have this strong demand for $$$ for lots of imports

    not to mention the demand for $$$ going forward as govt and corporates need to pay $$$ obligations
    Construction industry lang ba ang happy rito?

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