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  • by RGEntRibirthFURD
    THE BANGKO SENTRAL ng Pilipinas (BSP) sees the country posting a wider balance of payments (BoP) deficit this year as the global outlook remains clouded with uncertainty. The central bank said the revised BoP projections for this year and 2023 were mainly influenced by the same risk factors incorporated in September forecast round. “In particular, […]
  • by Sam Marcelo
    Economic managers said they “strongly support” the creation of the Maharlika Wealth Fund (MWF), after lawmakers agreed to remove a provision in the bill that would have sourced its funding from state-run pension funds.“We, the economic managers of the Marcos Jr. administration, strongly support the creation of the Maharlika Wealth Fund as a vehicle to […]
  • by Jino Nicolas
    House Financial Services Committee Chairwoman Maxine Waters told Reuters on Thursday that she is prepared to subpoena FTX founder Sam Bankman–Fried if he does not agree to appear before the panel next week and she is working out the best way to do it. “We’ve made it clear that we want Sam at our hearing on Dec. 13. If he does not cooperate, […]
  • by Jino Nicolas
    TOKYO – Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa revealed on Friday that K-pop star TOP and DJ Steve Aoki will be among the eight crew members he plans to take on a trip around the moon as soon as next year, hitching a ride on one of Elon Musk’s SpaceX rockets. Maezawa bought every seat on the maiden lunar voyage, which has been in the works since 2018 and would follow his trip on a Soyuz spacecraft to the International Space Station […]
  • by Jino Nicolas
    WASHINGTON – The Biden administration on Thursday moved to block Microsoft‘s $69 billion bid to buy “Call of Duty” maker Activision Blizzard, throwing a stumbling block in front of the tech giant’s plans to rapidly expand its portfolio of popular games and catch up to bigger rivals. Microsoft, which owns the Xbox console and game network platform, said in January 2022 that it would […]
  • by Jino Nicolas
    LONDON – The European Central Bank will take its deposit rate up by 50 basis points next week to 2.00%, despite the euro zone economy almost certainly being in recession, as it battles inflation running at five times its target, a Reuters poll found. Since starting its inflation-fighting campaign in July, later than its peers, the ECB has been raising rates at its fastest pace on record and […]
  • by Jao Malapo
    Group behind Landers expands to digital through ePLDT’s end-to-end cloud-based solutions Data is becoming the lifeline of businesses today. Organizations are beginning to realize that they have to know how to store and manage data and harness its power to help them make more informed decisions much quicker. A cloud-based environment is seen to give […]
  • by Neil
    THE PHILIPPINES’ dollar reserves dipped as of end-November as the National Government paid some of its debt obligations and the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) continued to defend the peso.
  • by Neil
    A RECESSION is unlikely in the Philippines, according to President Ferdinand R. Marcos, Jr., citing the improvement in jobs market in October.
  • by Neil
    THE PHILIPPINES jumped three spots in an annual global ranking of economies that measures their ability to attract and retain a skilled workforce, a report by the Institute for Management Development (IMD) World Competitiveness Center showed.

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