Philippines Asia's Strongest Performing Economy

Nov 23, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Manila Bulletin

THE value of Philippine merchandise exports grew by 22.8% to $4.8 billion in September, 2012, higher than the $3.9 billion shipped out in the same month in 2011, making the country the strongest performer among Southeast and East Asian nations.

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On the other hand, JP Morgan has an “underweight” recommendation on Brazil, Taiwan and South Korea. The investment firm has a “neutral” rating on China.

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JP Morgan: Philippines is one of top markets in 2013

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/313809/jp-morgan...

Global investment bank JP Morgan has picked the Philippines as one of its three most-favored stock markets for 2013, marking the fourth straight year that the local bourse is expected to outperform.

Lopez said JP Morgan had an “overweight” rating on Philippine equities for the last four years. An “overweight” rating refers to a recommendation to buy in excess of the prescribed weight in a closely followed index like MSCI Asia ex-Japan, which JP Morgan expects to rise by 15 percent next year.

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Filmalay wrote:
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The Philippine government added more years for kids to be educated and therefore Filipinos in the long run will be better informed and educated in the field of investing their money in established trading companies and not through the word of mouth or businesses founded under the bridge just like jueting where people do 'hukos pokus' with the numbers and determine who wins the pot for the day.
Google, Topix, Youtube, BBC World News. All these can be used for locating valuable information IF Filipinos learn to use the Internet for educational purposes, instead of lame-azz things such as Facebook and Twitter.
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JP Morgan: Philippines is one of top markets in 2013
http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/313809/jp-morgan...
Global investment bank JP Morgan has picked the Philippines as one of its three most-favored stock markets for 2013, marking the fourth straight year that the local bourse is expected to outperform.
Lopez said JP Morgan had an “overweight” rating on Philippine equities for the last four years. An “overweight” rating refers to a recommendation to buy in excess of the prescribed weight in a closely followed index like MSCI Asia ex-Japan, which JP Morgan expects to rise by 15 percent next year.
Good information!
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Invest in ETF(Exchange Traded Fund) Philippines with ticker symbol EPHE. This fund is one of the hottest fund listed in New York Stock exchange.
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

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Austronesian Guy wrote:
JP Morgan: Philippines is one of top markets in 2013
http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/313809/jp-morgan...
Global investment bank JP Morgan has picked the Philippines as one of its three most-favored stock markets for 2013, marking the fourth straight year that the local bourse is expected to outperform.
Lopez said JP Morgan had an “overweight” rating on Philippine equities for the last four years. An “overweight” rating refers to a recommendation to buy in excess of the prescribed weight in a closely followed index like MSCI Asia ex-Japan, which JP Morgan expects to rise by 15 percent next year.
LOL

Like any of you Indios own stocks....
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LOL
Like any of you Indios own stocks....
Clearly some of them do -or there would not be a market duh
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heressssssss kenny wrote:
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Clearly some of them do -or there would not be a market duh
I wasnt talk about some...

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Foreigners buy more Philippine stock
http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/business/01/11/13/...

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In the Philippines, ethnic Chinese are estimated to control over one-third of the 1000 largest corporations.[58] In the Philippines, Chinese entrepreneurs control 47 of the 68 locally owned public companies.[59][60] Chinese owned companies account for 66% of the sixty largest commercial entities.[61][62]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_Filipino

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RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
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I wasnt talk about some...
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Foreigners buy more Philippine stock
http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/business/01/11/13/...
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In the Philippines, ethnic Chinese are estimated to control over one-third of the 1000 largest corporations.[58] In the Philippines, Chinese entrepreneurs control 47 of the 68 locally owned public companies.[59][60] Chinese owned companies account for 66% of the sixty largest commercial entities.[61][62]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_Filipino
Well, TECHNICALLY those CHINESE ARE OWNED by the Philippines and NOT CHINA.

They will never ever go back to CHINA anymore and U KNOW WHY

They dont even know their "CHINESE" side lol

they speak the Filipino language and practice FILIPINO CUSTOMS.

They are now PART OF the Philippines and MOST OF THEM DONT CARE ABOUT CHINA ANYMORE FYI.

The bottom line is: THE PHILIPPINES IS DOING WELL

THE NEW TIGER ECONOMY AND THE STRONGEST PERFORMING ASIAN ECONOMY TO DATE.

THAT'S ALL THAT MATTERS!

lmao zedong!
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That is like sending back RESISTANCE IS FUTILE to China and this would be his biggest nightmare.
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Matt wrote:
Why are there so many criminals in the Philippines?
- Many people live in abject poverty. 26% of the people have no means to survive and are hungry everyday.
- Govt and police are very corrupt.
- Poor culture and lack of respect of other human beings and the law.
Such hurtful statements. Big guy. Poor culture? Lack of respect of other human beings? And it's paradise where you came from, right? Where do you come from?
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Arbitration wrote:
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Such hurtful statements. Big guy. Poor culture? Lack of respect of other human beings? And it's paradise where you came from, right? Where do you come from?
lol - soooooo its seems the Philippines lost 26% of its population overnight - coz they have no means of survival hehe.
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Such hurtful statements. Big guy. Poor culture? Lack of respect of other human beings? And it's paradise where you came from, right? Where do you come from?
read todays news and youll see that you pres. shares the same feelings.

but wont make the move to effectively eliminate it.

once the messiah obama declares marshall law in the US then maybe your country will follow.

rather than taking care of bigger problems obama has embarked on a nationwide GUN CONTROL CAMPAIGN. going to be a bad year.
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" Philippine stocks rally past 6,400
as new money pours into market
By Doris C. Dumlao, Philippine Daily Inquirer

Local stocks rallied further into uncharted territory on Monday, breaking past the 6,400-mark for the first time, as yield-seeking investors snapped up equities amid rosy prospects for the year. "
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RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
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I wasnt talk about some...
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Foreigners buy more Philippine stock
http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/business/01/11/13/...
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In the Philippines, ethnic Chinese are estimated to control over one-third of the 1000 largest corporations.[58] In the Philippines, Chinese entrepreneurs control 47 of the 68 locally owned public companies.[59][60] Chinese owned companies account for 66% of the sixty largest commercial entities.[61][62]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_Filipino
Stop bragging your Chinese descendant who enjoys the good life in the Philippines. They may be sound to you that they controlled the economic zone in the Philippines but they are under in the Philippines constitution. They live in the Philippines, all the workers are Filipinos, their accountants are Filipinos,their maids are Filipinos, the servants are Filipinos, their drivers are Filipinos, the food that they eat are from Philippines, their cooks are Filipinos, they built business in the Philippines, they are not controlled by Chinese but controlled by Philippines under the Constitutions. Filipinos helped them promote because that's were they are good, okay. That's why Henry Sy, Lucio Tan Loves them. So, stop saying that Chinese controlled the Philippines.

Here's the facts: Most of the Chinese in China wants to come to Philippines and lives there for 3 years and then applied to go to USA. The reasons why the Chinese people wants to come to Philippines first because they can easily get to USA. That's the facts. Chinese from China or from Taiwan, Hongkong, Macao , etc use Philippines as their destinations to go USA. First they invested money in the Philippines in doing business and then they applied going to USA or in Canada. They are fluent in Tagalog and English because that's the officials language in the Philippines. They said they love Philippines because business is good. I have interviewed all these Chinese myself and told me that they loveeee Philippines. Imagine they came by boat VIA from Vietnam and stayed in Palawan Shore for 3 months and she's equipped of Filipino dictionary, and Filipino book of phrases . So, tell me what you know about Filipinos and I would tell you what I know from Chinese. Come on through all your hearsay story about Filipino people and your "Controlling Story" about Chinese in the Philippines. Bring it on Mr. Concubine.

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Massage parlors and girlie dance bars are banned in some barangays if you go to Quezon Avenue, Malate, Subic and Clarke there are lots of them but it you go to Antipolo for example you will not those kinds of places because it is banned by the Mayor. I am surprized that ARMM has a massage parlor considering that it is an Islamic State it is like saying that there is a massage parlor is Saudi or Dubai.
1) Many things are illegal within the Philippines but still exist in abundance - counterfeit goods and shabu come to mind.

2) I have been to Antipolo more than a few times. One can rent a hole there as well.

3) I hope you were kidding about prostitution and Islam. Quite a few recruiting agencies specialize in bringing Pinays to the Middle East for sexual gratification services. They are often referred to as GROs, Relaxation Therapists and my favorite, Adventure Ambassadors.

Islam has no central authority. Within the ARMM you will find supposedly devout Muslims who sell drugs, counterfeit money and goods, kidnap for ransom and mercenary for whichever group is paying the most. I always found it funny to see the body of a recently breathing Abu Sayaf Group member dressed in fake Nikes, Ed Hardy apparel and sporting Oakleys and a couple pierced ears. Their religious devotion is curious.
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The Federal States of the Philippines will be catapulted to become one of the economic tigers of Asia which a couple of decades ago is called as 'the sick man of Asia'.
Every which way you look, the Federal States of the Philippines is on her way to real industrialization. Economic centers will be in every State of the 12 States of the Philippines, which means not only in Metro Manila where a company can put up a business. The Sultanate State of Sulu and Bangsamoro welcomes all businesses that could provide jobs to former rebels.
Chinese businesses are not welcome for they will only contaminate the whole Filipino business community due to their propensity to bribing government officials. All other countries are welcome to do business in the country.
Why is it that we do NOT hear this in the American media? You are most probably blowing your own trumpet.
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1) Many things are illegal within the Philippines but still exist in abundance - counterfeit goods and shabu come to mind.
2) I have been to Antipolo more than a few times. One can rent a hole there as well.
3) I hope you were kidding about prostitution and Islam. Quite a few recruiting agencies specialize in bringing Pinays to the Middle East for sexual gratification services. They are often referred to as GROs, Relaxation Therapists and my favorite, Adventure Ambassadors.
Islam has no central authority. Within the ARMM you will find supposedly devout Muslims who sell drugs, counterfeit money and goods, kidnap for ransom and mercenary for whichever group is paying the most. I always found it funny to see the body of a recently breathing Abu Sayaf Group member dressed in fake Nikes, Ed Hardy apparel and sporting Oakleys and a couple pierced ears. Their religious devotion is curious.
to say the least, it is the flip muslims who are migrating here out of the southern regions and taking over the shabu trade.

no town regardless of size is immune and it is not a pretty picture.
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Why is it that we do NOT hear this in the American media? You are most probably blowing your own trumpet.
Try to wiki Federalism_in_the_Philippines

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read todays news and youll see that you pres. shares the same feelings.
but wont make the move to effectively eliminate it.
once the messiah obama declares marshall law in the US then maybe your country will follow.
rather than taking care of bigger problems obama has embarked on a nationwide GUN CONTROL CAMPAIGN. going to be a bad year.
If any COMMUNIST CHINA must be Watched.

She is like a CANCER slowly occupying and grabbing lands from her neighbors!

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