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Weakest in nearly 8 years: Peso touches P49 per dollar

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Nov. 15, 16 | 9:53 am

The peso weakened to the P49-per-dollar level on Monday, to its lowest in nearly eight years, as the specter of higher interest rates in the US under a Donald Trump presidency causes fund outflows in the Philippines.

The peso is believed to weaken further after breaching the P49 per dollar level, analysts said Tuesday.

The Philippine Stock Exchange Index was down 1.42 percent to 6.876.25 points in early trading, as investors gauged the domestic impact of a Trump presidency in the country’s third largest trading partner.

Stock market experts said companies unlikely to be affected by a Trump win are those engaged in infrastructure and consumption, especially with a strong dollar boosting the peso value of remittances of overseas Filipinos.

Property companies who have minimal exposure to business process outsourcing companies or those who have diversified into tourism.

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WATCH: Dubai Frame reopens to public

WATCH: Dubai Frame reopens to public

Dubai Frame, the emirate's iconic structure that gives visitors a view of the Old and New Dubai, is welcoming residents once again to enjoy a scenic view of the city. In a video, Dubai Frame has outlined all preventive measures that it takes to ensure the safety of...

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Alleged Fabunan cure for COVID-19 in PH not yet approved

The Philippines' Fabunan drug, which allegedly cures people who have contracted the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is yet to be approved by the authorities. Presidential Spokesperson Secretary Harry Roque clarified during a Laging Handa briefing that the anti-viral...

UAE denies rumors of bacteria that allegedly causes COVID-19

UAE denies rumors of bacteria that allegedly causes COVID-19

Dr. Farida Al Hosani, UAE's official spokesperson for the health sector, denied rumors that circulated on social media that the coronavirus diseases (COVID-19) is starting to spread due to a bacteria. Dr. Al Hosani, citing international official studies, affirmed that...

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