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PostPosted: Sat Jun 16, 2018 9:49 pm 
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^^ ito yun...

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PCOO’s new flub: ‘Rogelio’ Golez
Updated June 16, 2018, 3:59 PM
By Argyll Cyrus Geducos

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Only 24 hours have passed but the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) found itself caught up in yet another social media blunder when it referred to the late National Security Adviser Roilo Golez as “Rogelio.”

Netizens feasted on PCOO’s second social flub this week when it said in a Twitter post that the late Parañaque congressman that his first name was Rogelio. However, Golez’s first name was Jose Roilo.

The same error was also published in PCOO’s Facebook page where it chronicled President Duterte’s visit to the wake of the late Navy captain at The Heritage Park Mortuary and Crematory in Taguig City on June 14.

Golez’s son, Parañaque City Vice Mayor Rico Golez, even asked state-run PTV-4 to correct the mistake.

“My father’s name is Jose Roilo S. Golez. Kindly make the necessary correction if possible. Thank you very much,” the young Golez said via his Twitter account.

The PCOO has since fixed the error but some netizens were quick to make fun of the error by asking the PCOO if “Rogelio Golez” was from “Norwegia.”


The same error was also found in the caption of the official photos sent by the Presidential Photographers Division (PPD) sent to members of the media covering President Duterte via email.

“President Rodrigo Roa Duterte condoles with the the family of the late former Parañaque First District Representative and former National Security Adviser Rogelio Golez during the President’s visit to the wake at the Heritage Park in Taguig City at dawn of June 14, 2018,” a caption read.

But aside from the PCOO, other private media outfits also published the same error in their websites or social media accounts when they shared the photos they received.

Twitter users also expressed displeasure for the mistakes that the PCOO has committed in the past two years.

Only on Thursday evening, the PCOO was again in the spotlight when it erroneously referred to Norway as “Norwegia” in an official Facebook photo gallery showing pictures from Duterte’s meeting with outgoing Norwegian Ambassador to the Philippines Erik Førner.

Netizens have criticized the PCOO for their social media blunders, noting of its 2018 budget worth P1.38 billion for 2018, a 4.6-percent increase from its 2017 budget. They also suggested that the agency should first verify facts before publishing.

PCOO Undersecretary for New Media Lorraine Badoy earlier explained that the mistake was just a typographical error. She also defended the PCOO’s budget, saying it has the smallest budget of all government agencies.

PCOO has been criticized for its social media boo-boos. These include grammatical errors in ID cards issued to members of the media, and erroneously referring to a Duterte impersonator as the President in its transcriptions.

It has also published the word ‘fafda’ in its Twitter account without any context. (Argyll Cyrus B. Geducos)

https://news.mb.com.ph/2018/06/16/pcoos-new-flub-rogelio-golez/




ang k@tangahan sa PCOO ginawa ng bisyo...

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 16, 2018 10:17 pm 
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 9:24 am 
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Stocks slump to 14-month low
Analysts blame peso weakness, US-China trade war
By: Doris Dumlao-Abadilla - Reporter / @philbizwatcher
Philippine Daily Inquirer / 05:08 AM June 19, 2018

A weakening peso and escalating US-China tension yesterday caused a bloodbath at the local stock market as trading resumed after a long weekend break, dragging the local stock barometer closer to bear territory.

The main-share Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) slid by 115.43 points or 1.53 percent to close at a 14-month low of 7,414.11, tracking the slump elsewhere in the region.

The PSEi has now fallen by 1,664.51 points or 18.1 percent since hitting the PSEi’s peak finish of 9,058.62, bringing it closer to bear territory as foreign funds continued to exit the local bourse.

On Monday, the local stock barometer sank to as low as 7,328.30 in intraday trade but pared losses at the close. Net foreign selling for the day was heavy at P1.29 billion.

“Today was a race for the exits. Investors were rattled by the increasing tensions in the US-China trade war. The continuous decline of the peso has also added to the uncertainty. Many opted for safer instruments primarily in dollar assets. It seems like we’ll be sailing in rough seas just ahead of the Monetary Board meeting this week,” said Astro del Castillo, managing director at fund management firm First Grade Finance.

Joseph Roxas, president of Eagle Equities Inc., said selling escalated as the critical support level at 7,500 had been breached. He said this was mostly due to the strengthening of the dollar, which, in turn, had battered the local currency.

The US Federal Reserve’s hawkish tone last week—indicating that it would raise interest rates twice this year after the latest hike instead of only once as previously expected—dragged down the peso to a 12-year low to breach the 53:$1 mark.

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas is widely expected to raise interest rates when its policymaking Monetary Board meets this Thursday.


Renewed trade war jitters also curbed risk appetite after US President Donald Trump announced on Friday tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese imports, in turn prompting retaliation from China, BDO Unibank chief strategist Jonathan Ravelas said.

Ravelas said the next support levels for the index would be at 7,200, then at 7,000.

“A break below 7,262.40 signals our entry to the bear market territory. That’s 20 percent (drop) from the 9,078 (record intraday) top,” Ravelas said.

All counters ended in the red, led by the financial and mining/oil counters, which fell by more than 2 percent. The industrial, holding firm and services counters all slipped by over 1 percent.

Total value turnover for the day amounted to P7.75 billion. There were 161 decliners that edged out 44 advancers while 40 stocks were unchanged.

Investors dumped shares of PLDT, BPI and Metro Pacific—which all declined by more than 3 percent—while Metrobank, Ayala Corp. and Universal Robina Corp. all slipped by over 2 percent.

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pababa ng pababa...

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 9:33 am 
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Dollar remittances spike in April; 4-month total up 4%, says BSP
By: Daxim L. Lucas - Reporter / @daxinq
Inquirer Business / 03:21 PM June 18, 2018

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Dollars sent home by expatriate Filipinos rose during the first four months of the year driven by the growth in remittances from both land- and sea-based workers, the central bank said on Monday.

In a press statement, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas said that personal remittances from overseas Filipinos for the first four months of the year totaled $10.4 billion, 4 percent higher than the level recorded in the comparable period in 2017.

For April 2018 alone, remittances increased by 12.9 percent year-on-year to reach $2.6 billion.

“The continued growth in personal remittances during the first four months of 2018 was driven by steady remittance inflows from land-based overseas Filipino workers with work contracts of one year or more, which aggregated to $8.1 billion, and compensation of sea-based workers and land-based workers with short-term contracts, which reached $2.1 billion,” BSP Governor Nestor Espenilla Jr. said.

Cash remittances from overseas workers coursed through banks posted a 12.7 percent year-on-year growth at $2.3 billion in April 2018. Remittances sent by land-based workers at $1.8 billion and sea-based workers at $500 million increased by 15.1 percent and 4.8 percent, respectively, compared to the levels posted in the same month a year ago.

The primary contributors to the growth in remittances during the month are the US with 4.2 percentage points contribution to the 12.7 aggregated growth, Canada (1.9 percentage points) and Singapore (1.0 percentage points).

The increase in the cash remittances in April 2018 brought the cumulative cash remittances for the first four months of the year to $9.4 billion, higher by 3.5 percent year-on-year.

By country source, the bulk of cash remittances during the period came from the US, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Japan, Singapore, United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, Qatar and Kuwait. The combined remittances from these countries accounted for almost 80 percent of total cash remittances.

Personal remittances represent the sum of net compensation of employees (i.e., gross earnings of overseas Filipino workers with work contracts of less than one year, including all sea-based workers, less taxes, social contributions, and transportation and travel expenditures in their host countries), personal transfers (i.e., all current transfers in cash or in kind by Filipinos with work contracts of one year or more as well as other household-to-household transfers between Filipinos who have migrated abroad and their families in the Philippines), and capital transfers between households (i.e., the provision of resources for capital purposes, such as for construction of residential houses, between resident and non-resident households without anything of economic value being supplied in return).

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tumaas dahil sa taas ng dolyar, when comparing April 2017 ($1 = P49) to April 2018 ($1 = P53)...

sa report, isa sa malaking nagpapadala ng dollars ay mga OFW from Kuwait. di ba sila rin tinawagan ni Duterte na magpakita ng kanilang patriotism at umuwi na? anyare?

wala namang solid plano si Duterte to replace the dollar that would have been lost or will be lost if the 200k plus OFWs in Kuwait goes home.

"bahala na si batman" economic policy pinaiiral nitong administrasyun....

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Host: Ano ang tawag sa lugar na pinanggagalingan ng isang Norwegian?
Duterte Admin: Norwegia!

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2018 7:49 am 
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Babagsak muna ang US bago ang Pinas. Ang utang ng Pinas nasa $80B lang. Ang ekonomiya ng bansa nasa $300B. Ang utang ng tate nasa $21T at ang ekonomiya nila nasa $19T. Kapag ibinenta ng China yung mga US treasury bonds nila nang maramihan, babagsak ang presyo nito.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2018 8:44 am 
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Walang alam sa ekonomiya. T bonds are guaranteed, fix interest rate, fix maturity. Ma apektohan lang ekonomiya ng US kung di mabayaran ang T bonds on time.

Kung bumaba ang t bonds na hawak ng China, lugi China. Bakit nila gagawin yon?

Research muna gudz bago mag comment.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2018 9:08 am 
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Walang alam sa ekonomiya. T bonds are guaranteed, fix interest rate, fix maturity. Ma apektohan lang ekonomiya ng US kung di mabayaran ang T bonds on time.

Kung bumaba ang t bonds na hawak ng China, lugi China. Bakit nila gagawin yon?

Research muna gudz bago mag comment.

Dagdag ko pa, kung ebenta ng China ang T bonds ng. Palugi, madami bibili. O di kaya bilhin lang ng US yan, since US can print money.

Sa China naman, babagsak ang Dollar reserve. Tataas ang value ng Yuan. Malaki epekto sa export economy ng China. Kaya ang lakas ng loob ng Trump sa trade war with China. TRUMP knows China needs the US market more than the US needs the Chinese market.

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Aba maganda pala printing press diyan sa yu-es-ey adme ano? :biglaugh:

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Aba maganda pala printing press diyan sa yu-es-ey adme ano? :biglaugh:





pinipilit kung iniintindi, pero di ko maintindihan.. :lol: :lol:



yan din siguro yung binabasani ni aling leni :biglaugh:

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