From Claire Jiao : (Bloomberg) — The Philippine economy is staging a comeback this year.
From Ian Sayson (Bloomberg): (Bloomberg) — After rounding their worst year in a decade, Philippine stocks are off to a roaring start in 2019 with the Southeast Asian nation’s benchmark equities index beating all its global peers.
Short term headlines concerning the Philippines have been marred with incursions between IS affiliated terror groups and Filipino military forces, as the terror group is attempting to gain a foothold over the country, causing carnage in many villages and cities particularly in Marawi on the island of Mindanao.
From Zacks: Philippines stocks and ETFs have been under stress for quite some time now. iShares MSCI Philippines (EPHE – Free Report) slumped over 10.21% in the last three months (as of January 4, 2017) while the broader emerging market ETF Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets ETF (VWO – Free Report) lost about 3.2% (read: 6 […]
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