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    #671
    Quote Originally Posted by dreamur View Post
    Kaya pa ba? Ok lang basta hindi LP!

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    Dream , laki ngiti ng asawa ko, kasi mataas daw palitan ng dolyar ngayon. May extra daw siya pampa parlor. Di ba ayos? hehehe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketib View Post
    Dream , laki ngiti ng asawa ko, kasi mataas daw palitan ng dolyar ngayon. May extra daw siya pampa parlor. Di ba ayos? hehehe!
    Good for her bro. Sana tuloy2 ung kontrata mo sa abroad para matatamasa pa niya ung pag taas pa lalo ng dolyar.

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    #673
    Eh tumataas din yung bilihin? Philippine Economy Talk

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    dami dami tao kanina landers, parang wala naman naghihirap, bulto bulto binibile, tapos nagkaubusan pa ng shopping cart tapos reklamo kayo mahina kita. maybe you are all in the wrong business thats why. baka pa-obsolete na yun field of work nyo kaya na-fefeel nyo yan takot or uncertainty.

    also dont work in makati or bgc, grabe yan mga lugar na yan, pagkasweldo mo pa lang, di ka pa umuuwi, kalahati na take home nyo, sa traffic etc.

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    #675
    Quote Originally Posted by Ketib View Post
    Dream , laki ngiti ng asawa ko, kasi mataas daw palitan ng dolyar ngayon. May extra daw siya pampa parlor. Di ba ayos? hehehe!
    ako nga nagtago ng $1000 as emergency fund before I went to Europe last may, di ko naman nagamit, ngaun nagpalit ako, kumita pa ako ng additional P2000 dun din sa sanrys kung san ako bumile. sabi siguro nun mga tao, loko to ah pinagkakakitaan kami. eh malay ko ba, i never paid attention to currency exchange eh kasi yan naman $1000 na peso na pinambile ko inutang ko din naman yan, tapos kumita pa, lol san ka pa

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    #676
    Quote Originally Posted by minicarph View Post
    dami dami tao kanina landers, parang wala naman naghihirap, bulto bulto binibile, tapos nagkaubusan pa ng shopping cart tapos reklamo kayo mahina kita. maybe you are all in the wrong business thats why. baka pa-obsolete na yun field of work nyo kaya na-fefeel nyo yan takot or uncertainty.

    also dont work in makati or bgc, grabe yan mga lugar na yan, pagkasweldo mo pa lang, di ka pa umuuwi, kalahati na take home nyo, sa traffic etc.
    Eh di nagkita kayo ni kagaligan dun...wahahahahha! Huli ka balbon.

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    #678
    Quote Originally Posted by EQAddict View Post
    Famous words from the former CEO of Nokia. We all know how that ended......

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    Hahaha. Glad you got the reference.

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    #679
    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post




    internal factors like PH 2 billion+ USD balance of payments (more imports than exports) have a lot to do with PHP weakness

    and the BSP is behind the curve (need more rate hikes to defend PHP)

    external factors contribute a lot to PHP weakness too

    money is leaving emerging markets so all EM currencies are under pressure


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    dunno what's behind BSP thinking

    why are they not raising rates faster (well back-to-back rate hikes is already something) but obviously the market doesn't think it's enough

    it didn't halt PHP slide

    looks to me they're biased towards growth

    they're afraid to step harder on the brakes

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