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    #621
    Trying extremely hard to put a positive spin of a bad situation...

    Weak Peso, Trade Gap Are Boon to Philippines, Finance Chief Says
    Last edited by Monseratto; June 22nd, 2018 at 04:16 PM.

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    #622
    ^its a bleak situation right, deodorizing the stench

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    #623
    Quote Originally Posted by kisshmet View Post
    ^its a bleak situation right, deodorizing the stench

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    If you cant win them, confuse them.

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    #624
    sale time na ba if bear market. tamang-tama bibile ako ng gulong ngaun July

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    #625
    Bumili lang ng kaonti, bargain eh


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    #626
    Quote Originally Posted by kisshmet View Post
    ^its a bleak situation right, deodorizing the stench

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    Not that bad really when compared during the AFC.

    What I am more concerned of is the effects of the trade war.

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    #627
    the experts are also saying that when all build build build project was really on a roll. especially connecting luzon visayas and mindanao via bridge. Philippines will be bankrupt daw, we will owe a lot of money to china with high interest at the same time china will have more guts to exploit our sea's baka pati benham i pang colateral na. then.... if the bridge was indeed built sa bandang visayas. isang malakas na bagyo lang sira na. hinde bale sana kung may insurance sa china yun mga bridge na gagawin nila.

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    #628
    pag nakagawa na sila ng isang bridge, gagawa pa ng backup bridge. kaya tuloy ang ligaya sa gastos

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    #629
    Economics of Jueteng

    “Now if I don’t have a replacement for jueteng, what can I do? It’s easy. If there’s another form of gambling that takes over, I’ll say, ‘You get out of there’ and arrest them all. Then what is the activity—economic activity? None. Now if there’s jueteng … at least money goes around. Some people will get hungry, others will be able to eat, [but] there’s commercial activity,” he said.

    Duterte: Economy in the doldrums | Inquirer News

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    Economic Planning Sec Pernia said the PH remains on track to meet the government’s 2018 growth target of between 7-8%.
    nope

    new taxes took away spending money from consumers

    stagnant wages couldn't keep up with rising inflation (which ate into the tax cuts)

    BSP total 50 bps rate high means higher interest for loans (credit card, auto loans, housing loans etc)

    brakes have been applied on the economy

    we'll see evidence in upcoming economic data

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