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The Philippines: Estimated cost of damage to agriculture in ... - Reliefweb
The Philippines: Estimated cost of damage to agriculture in Philippine Peso (as at 23 September 2018 0600). Map. from MapAction, ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance. Published on 23 Sep 2018. preview · Download PDF (407.11 KB) ...
The Philippine Peso Needs a Break. It May Be About to Get One - Bloomberg
The peso, which on Monday sank to a 2005-low of 54.28 per dollar, strengthened in the fourth quarter last year and in every December in the past four years. Since 2009, the highest monthly remittances value was in every December and last year's $2.7 ...
Philippine peso sinking to P58 vs $1 'unlikely' – Diokno - Rappler
MANILA, Philippines – Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno said it is highly "unlikely" that the Philippine peso will sink further to P58 against the United States dollar. In a media briefing on Wednesday, September 18, Diokno said the forecast of London ...
Philippine Peso Poised to Sink Further as Contagion Spreads - Bloomberg
“The Philippines twin deficits worry us particularly in this environment, where rates in the U.S. seem to be pushing higher, and there seems to be a real contest to attract capital flows,” Canobi said. If or when the peso hits 55, “we'd want to see ...altro »
Philippine peso seen closing 2019 at P58:$1 - Philippine Star
MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine peso is poised to sink further until end-2019 as the country's ballooning trade deficit — which is unlikely to be offset by overseas remittances — continues to pressure the embattled currency. The peso, which ...
Year-end remittances may slow Philippine peso's slide - The Business Times
Manila. THE embattled Philippine peso needs a break - and it may soon get one. More than 10 million overseas Filipinos are preparing to send record amounts of money home for the Christmas and New Year holidays - a period when remittances pick up ...
Philippine peso plummets to P54 vs $1 - Rappler
Limlingan also said the peso's fall was expected, as the currency already breached the P54 support level. (READ: Why is the Philippine peso the weakest in ASEAN?) Meanwhile, Andrew Canobi of Franklin Templeton told Bloomberg that the government ...
Philippine peso to hit P58 vs $1, inflation to jump – Capital Economics - Rappler
MANILA, Philippines – London-based research firm Capital Economics sees the Philippine peso sinking further to P55 against the greenback this year and fall to P58 in 2019. In a report released last Friday, September 14, Capital Economics said that they ...altro »
Weathering the storm in the Philippine peso - Philippine Star
EM currencies, including the Philippine peso, have been facing stormy weather for quite some time now. Several factors have combined to create turbulence in EM currencies. Among them are: high inflation, rising current account and fiscal deficits, the ...altro »
Are Indian rupee, Philippine peso weakest currencies right now? - gulfnews.com
According to the latest data released on Tuesday, the Indian rupee, Indonesian rupiah and the Philippine peso are now the weakest among the currencies of the fast-growing economies in Asia. The figures, shared by the Philippines' Department of Finance ...altro »