Asian currencies sag, Philippine peso hits 10-year low - Economic Times
SINGAPORE: The Philippine peso tumbled to its lowest level in more than a decade on Monday, with its slide picking up further momentum after it breached psychological support at 50 per US dollar. The head of the Philippine central bank said the peso's ...
Philippine peso now at its weakest in a decade - Rappler
MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine peso depreciated further to P50.23 against the dollar on Monday, February 20, its weakest performance in a decade, weighed down by the political uncertainties in Europe and optimism ahead of America's tax plan.altro »
Peso slides P50 vs dollar, lowest in more than 10 years | SunStar - Sun.Star
MANILA -- Lower-than-expected initial jobless claims in the US along with sustained rise of US Treasury rates weakened both the Philippine peso, which closed to its weakest since November 2006, and the local equities market Friday. The local currency ...
Philippine c.bank says ready to act to tame excessive FX swings ... - Nasdaq
MANILA, Feb 21- The Philippine central bank reiterated on Tuesday it was prepared to act to keep excessive swings in the foreign exchange market in.
Peso softens as Trump remarks buoy US dollar - GMA News
The Philippine peso softened against the dollar on Monday, as the greenback gained strength from renewed optimism over US President Donald Trump's planned tax reform. The local currency shed 6 centavos to close at P49.920:$1 from 49.860 Friday.altro »
Philippine corporate bond issuers come home - Nasdaq
The Philippine peso depreciated five percent against the dollar to 49.5 in 2016. Nomura expects it to fall to 50.2 by the end of March. Other Philippine companies that do not have a natural dollar hedge from earnings are also turning to onshore debt ...altro »
Philippine c.bank says ready to act to tame excessive FX swings - Reuters
The Philippine peso hit a fresh 10-year low of 50.34 per dollar on Tuesday, extending its losses after it breached key technical support at 50.00 against the greenback the previous day. Market positioning and demand were among the factors behind the ...
Tax reform — the next big catalyst - Philippine Star
The implementation of eVAT marked a turning point for our economy, the Philippine peso and the stock market. Since the implementation of eVAT, our country's government debt-to-GDP ratio improved from 74 percent in 2004 to the current level of 42 percent.altro »
Peso firms up on mixed economic data - GMA News
The Philippine peso strengthened against the US dollar on Monday, as the greenback fell after the release of mixed economic data in the United States. The local currency closed at P49.690:$1, a 9-centavo appreciation from P49.780 last Friday.altro »
Peso slips on Yellen's comment - GMA News
The Philippine peso retreated against the greenback after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen signaled the likelihood of an interest rate hike in an upcoming policy meeting. The local currency shed 4 centavos to close at P49.920:$1 on Wednesday from ...