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CAGAYAN DE ORO
CAGAYAN DE ORO
Jhon Louie B. Sabal
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Sabal: Is there a future for the Filipino Youth?
IT'S been a while since I wrote an article about Christmas Prices last December of 2018. I have been thinking of plausible topics that I can passionately discuss. Few days back, I was invited to talk about the economic prospects ...
From 287 days ago
Sabal: Why economics is relevant
WHILE I was talking to our potential enrollees for AB in Economics during the Xavier Ateneo open house, a handful of students asked several questions on the importance of Economics as a pre-law course, why Mathematics is part of Economics, ...
From 344 days ago
Sabal: Christmas Prices
FIRST and foremost, allow me to greet our readers a memorable Christmas and bountiful New Year. It’s this time of the year again that we celebrate the birth of the Prince of Peace, who has been giving the world hope ...
From 396 days ago
Sabal: Caution on federalism
THE House of Representatives passed a measure seeking to revise the 1987 Constitution into a Federal Republic of the Philippines last December 11, 2018. The bill is authored by no less than the classic politician herself, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. The bill ...
From 407 days ago
Sabal: Where is the Philippines in Asean?
OUR economic managers have projected that the Philippines is set to become an upper-middle income country in 2019. We are a lower-middle income country since 1987.There are two popular measurements of a country’s economic performance, the Gross Domestic Product or ...
From 463 days ago
Sabal: Reflecting on our economy
THE Xavier University Department of Economics has organized a forum on Economic and Financial Markets Outlook last September 20, 2018. The resource speaker was Mr. Emilio “Jun” Neri, Jr., the lead economist of the Bank of the Philippine Islands and ...
From 491 days ago
Sabal: Understanding the exchange rate
THE value of the Philippine peso to US dollar reached at P54.1 this month. In recent memory, the highest value of the Philippine peso to US dollar was recorded on October 2004 at 56.34, while the lowest was in May ...
From 497 days ago
Sabal: Are we leading to hyperinflation?
THERE’S so much hullabaloo in the social media since Wednesday about the surge of inflation to 6.4 percent. Many are concerned that we might become the next Venezuela, where inflation reached at around one million percent! So are we really ...
From 509 days ago