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    maayo unta ug makasuhan na ang dapat makasuhan. grabe ni ka distraction sa election.

    pero nahibung lang ko aning advincula, kay ingon siya membro daw siya sa sindikato before pero nag bagong buhay. ingon ana ra diay ka sayon nga muhawa ka sa usa ka sindikato no? makapang estafa ka then nakabalandra imong hitsura sa media. aw hinuon, sayon ra man pud kaha na erase ni bong go ang iyang triad tattoo. basin lahi ra gyud sa RL ug sa tv/movie

    sa laing balita, Inflation slowest in 16 months in April
    https://www.bworldonline.com/inflati...nths-in-april/

    INFLATION eased for the sixth straight month to its slowest pace in 16 months in April, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) reported on Tuesday, giving more room for the central bank to loosen monetary policy.

    April’s headline rate of three percent was down from 3.3% in March and 4.5% a year ago, and was the slowest in 16 months or since the 2.9% recorded in December 2017.

    April’s reading was lower than the 3.1% estimate median in BusinessWorld’s poll of 10 economists late last week. The latest figure also fell within the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas’ (BSP) own 2.7%-3.5% estimate for that month.

    Year-to-date, inflation clocked in at 3.6% — falling within the BSP’s 2-4% target range for 2019 and creeping towards the BSP’s three percent forecast average for the entire year.

    Core inflation, which strips out commodities prone to volatile price swings, slowed to 3.4% in April from 3.5% in March.

    The PSA attributed the downtrend primarily to the slower annual increase in the heavily weighted food and non-alcoholic beverages index at three percent in April from 3.4% in March and 5.9% in April 2018.

    The PSA also noted slower annual increments in the following commodity groups: alcoholic beverages and tobacco (9.9% in April from 10.8% in March); clothing and footwear (2.4% from 2.5%); housing, water, electricity, gas, and other fuels (3.2% from 3.4%); furnishing, household equipment and routine maintenance of the house (3.2% from 3.4%); health (3.7% from 3.9%); as well as restaurant and miscellaneous goods and services (3.5% from 3.7%).

    “The recent inflation reading validates our efforts towards stabilizing inflation so that the country’s buoyant economic growth, along with key reforms, remains unimpeded,” the National Economic and Development Authority quoted its director-general, Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto M. Pernia, as saying in a statement.

    BSP Governor Benjamin E. Diokno said in a separate statement that April’s inflation rate is consistent with the central bank’s expectation of inflation settling within the 2-4% target range for 2019 and 2020.

    At the same time, Mr. Diokno said that the BSP will keep watch of price risks especially as its Monetary Board conducts its third policy review for the year on Thursday.

    “[T]he continued increase in global crude oil prices and possibility of a prolonged El Niño episode could be a source of upside pressures over the near term. On the other hand, the weakening global economic environment could present downside risks to inflation,” Mr. Diokno said.

    “Against these upside and downside risks, the BSP continues to keep a close watch over price developments in the country and shall consider all relevant data at its next monetary policy meeting… to ensure that the monetary policy stance remains consistent with the BSP’s primary mandate of price stability conducive to a balanced and sustainable growth of the economy.”

    The central bank governor earlier said that the BSP will continue to be data-driven in its decision-making amid mounting expectations of monetary policy easing.

    The key policy rate is now at a decade-high of 4.75%, reflecting the cumulative 175-basis-point (bp) increase in benchmark yields adopted in five meetings last year as the BSP sought to douse inflation expectations.

    The central bank also slashed the reserve requirement ratio in two one-percentage-point moves in March and June 2018 that brought mandatory reserves for universal and commercial banks to 18% of their total deposits.

    MONETARY POLICY EXPECTATIONS
    For HSBC Global Research economist Noelan Arbis, “the time is ripe” for the central bank to start loosening its monetary policy.

    “Slowing inflation means that the BSP should be able to place a greater emphasis on growth,” Mr. Arbis said in an e-mail.

    Mr. Arbis expects gross domestic product (GDP) growth to slow to six percent in 2019 from 2018’s 6.2% due to the four-month delay in enacting the 2019 national budget, high bank lending rates, low liquidity and tepid remittances growth. “Growth may slow further in subsequent quarters if the BSP does not engage in immediate and adequate monetary accommodation,” he said.

    M3 — considered the broadest measure of money circulating in an economy — grew 4.2% year-on-year to about P11.4 trillion in March, slower than the 7.1% expansion in February and January’s 7.6% increase. The latest recorded pace is the slowest since September 2012.

    Meanwhile, outstanding loans increased by 9.9% year on year in March, slower than the 13.7% pace logged the previous month. Inclusive of reserve repurchase agreements, bank lending growth decelerated to 9.3% from 13.9% in February.

    ING Bank NV Manila Branch senior economist Nicholas Antonio T. Mapa said that “[w]ith the inflation objective in hand and [economic] growth to take a hit in the [first half of the year], it would be about time for BSP to ease off the brakes from ‘crisis mode’ and finally nudge on the accelerator to zoom to faster growth.”

    Sun Life Financial economist Patrick M. Ella “fully expects” the BSP to deliver a 25-bp policy rate cut as well as an RRR cut of 100 bps given that food costs have been declining in previous months.

    In an e-mail to reporters, Standard Chartered Bank economist Chidu Narayanan said he foresees a 25-bps cut in policy rate. “The decision is likely to be a close call… The combination of falling inflation and slowing growth is likely to lead BSP to start unwinding part of the 175 bps of rate hikes from 2018. We see a total 100 bps of rate cuts this year, taking the policy cash rate to 3.75% by year-end.”

    In a separate e-mail, Security Bank Corp. economist Robert Dan J. Roces said slashing the RRR may come before cutting the key policy rate. “[D]omestic economic conditions have surely improved and thus gives the BSP room for easing,” he explained. “However, liquidity is tightening. Thus, reductions in both the RRR and policy rates may occur, but I think the precedence may be [reserve requirements] first, then interest rates. They might do this slowly, sort of testing the waters first, via RRR cut of 100 bps.”

    OUTLOOK
    While expectations were mixed on the timing of policy easing, there is little disagreement among analysts on the pace of general price increases moving forward.

    “Inflation expectations… appear to be well entrenched… with the specter of overblown inflation proportions a fading memory just a few months from the recent peak,” said ING Bank’s Mr. Mapa.

    Security Bank’s Mr. Roces said: “I expect inflation in May to further ease, minus price pressures from further oil price increases which seem to be stabilizing as of late,” while for Sun Life’s Mr. Ella: “[It’s] too early to tell, but I’m pretty confident it’s likely below 3%.” — Lourdes O. Pilar and Reicelene Joy N. Ignacio
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    di ko mutuo nga apil si gretchen ho sa matrix kay gwapa baya siya, imal pa gyud...

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    Quote Originally Posted by archspace View Post
    Do you mean to say, "us into switching sides" or "you into switching sides" ? I just want to make sure I understand what you are saying.



    NO. I am waiting and listening to how this entire story will unravel. If ever they decide to entertain him. But a lot of stories have been surfacing about the family, so I am also curious how his stories will connect and add up.


    I honestly don't believe in the president. As far as I can remember, he was the source of that first matrix that was released. I am sure it is not a secret the government spent a lot on intelligence funds and yet a simple IP address gets wrong? That for me is a RED flag. To add on to that, he is a habitual liar. Just like how he came up with empty promises to end the drug war in 6 months, making up Trillanes bank account and admitting to it in an interview and how his whiff of corruption drive is a big joke.

    My turn to ask...

    DO YOU BELIEVE in the matrix (kanang duha) that Duterte presented? YES OR NO.
    I was quoting you, so it was you I was referring to. Unless that "us" you mean are the same persons as "you", then I it would be "us". If you get what I mean.

    Quote Originally Posted by archspace View Post

    NO. I am waiting and listening to how this entire story will unravel.
    Then who is feed with lies now?

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    With regards to the matrix.

    Daghan man gi present nga matrix asa ato? Kadtong naay faulty IP address?

    Please post it here. Tanawon nakog balik ug asa nimo kuhaa pud ang imong info, para usa ray atong tanawon.


    Quote Originally Posted by slakker View Post
    di ko mutuo nga apil si gretchen ho sa matrix kay gwapa baya siya, imal pa gyud...
    I think palyado ang PCOO... Martin Andanar should step down I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firestarter View Post
    Then who is feed with lies now?
    So how did you know it was a lie? Please share your proof here. Good for you that you already verified his claims way ahead of everybody. I sense bias rather than being fair.

    With regards to the matrix.

    Daghan man gi present nga matrix asa ato? Kadtong naay faulty IP address?

    Please post it here. Tanawon nakog balik ug asa nimo kuhaa pud ang imong info, para usa ray atong tanawon.
    Here you go again with your style of playing dumb. You know what matrix I am referring to and I already said the TWO matrix. Unless you know more? I googled it for you since you act like you have not seen it. Use these links as reference to the images of the matrix.

    First Matrix: https://www.manilatimes.net/oust-dut...-bared/543609/

    Second Matrix: https://www.rappler.com/nation/23000...y-incompetence

    Just to be clear, I am only using the image reference and not the article. Knowing that your style is acting dumb, I might as well say everything out loud or else you might just use the excuse that the media or article is biased.

    So stop running around and just answer the question. I answered your question on the first try and not acting dumb. I could have said "which articles" just to make it harder.

    I will restate my question. DO YOU BELIEVE in the matrix that Panelo (Duterte) presented? YES OR NO.
    Last edited by archspace; 05-09-2019 at 03:44 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archspace View Post
    So how did you know it was a lie? Please share your proof here. Good for you that you already verified his claims way ahead of everybody. I sense bias rather than being fair.



    Here you go again with your style of playing dumb. You know what matrix I am referring to and I already said the TWO matrix. Unless you know more? I googled it for you since you act like you have not seen it. Use these links as reference to the images of the matrix.

    First Matrix: https://www.manilatimes.net/oust-dut...-bared/543609/

    Second Matrix: https://www.rappler.com/nation/23000...y-incompetence

    Just to be clear, I am only using the image reference and not the article. Knowing that your style is acting dumb, I might as well say everything out loud or else you might just use the excuse that the media or article is biased.

    So stop running around and just answer the question. I answered your question on the first try and not acting dumb. I could have said "which articles" just to make it harder.

    I will restate my question. DO YOU BELIEVE in the matrix that Panelo (Duterte) presented? YES OR NO.
    OT: Bro, daghan ra kaayog kag istorya.. lol

    You sense bias? Really?? Karon pa?? hahaha.. I have and always have and not even denying here, and even stated it explicitly nga I'm bias with this administration. Kana if wala ka kabasa pasaylo-on taka, kay puros ra baya tira imong posts. lol..

    Again bro, ako balikon para lang nimo.. I am bias to/for this administration, and you can't blame me or crucify me for that. That is my political belief, and my Constitutional Right bestowed upon me by the yellow Constitution of 1986. Hence, there is nothing wrong with it.

    That is why I asked you before ug asa ka nag barug --- That is why nag ask ko nimo kinsa ang imong givote ... And I received the usual Bullcrap, that "blah blah blah, no value, immaterial crap" you know the usual crap you anti admins say, pa as if neutral mo.

    Kinsay nag pa ingon2x nga dumb
    Disclaimer lang bro, I am dumb. Unfortunately, I am not monopolizing it, I heard people in the opposition has it either.

    Mag sige man gud mog tira sa mga Duterte supporters nga mga bogo mi. Nahala bogo na, plain and simple, but then again, that does not make you anti admins any brighter.

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    Back to the matrix, usa-usa lang bro, kay hinay ang kalaban.. lol..

    Ako i enumerate ang mga people behind sa imong usa ka matrix ha.

    Metro Balita - Metrobalita.net - Rodel Jayme
    Verafiles.Org - Ellen Tordesillas
    Rappler - Maria Ressa
    Bikoy - Rodel Jayme / Joemel Advincula
    NUPL - National Union of People's Lawyer - Lawyers
    PCIJ - Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism

    With these names enumerate palang daan. I would categorically say YES. I believe in what that matrix is saying, it was presented by the President, so I'm stuck with your argument and way of thinking that everything that comes out from the President's mouth is his own. By superposition, yes, I believe what that matrix says and what the President is saying.

    Now looking at the list of people behind it.. Bisan sa mga tawo lang bro..

    Do you honestly believe these people did not do anything damaging to the Philippine Government? YES or NO lang please. Which was why the matrix came out in the first place. Yes or No lang.

    ---

    Next topic nato ang imong another matrix. By the way, there seems to be a problem with the next link, by Rappler.. As what usually is. Rappler a problem than a solution.
    Last edited by firestarter; 05-09-2019 at 05:35 PM.
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    Ang inflation naa nalang sa 3%, mao pud lage nag libog gyud ko nganong kani man ilang gi tira ug maayo before hehe.. Kay iya lage daw na trabaho, nahala.

    Ang rice pud na undang natong issue ato kay naa nay new law regarding importation, pero I think ang problema ana kay affected ang local farmers kay samot naman lang kabarato ang rice, tungod sa imports. Unsaon nalang pag balanse ana.

    Regarding tattoo, I've heard from radio, naay ni comment nga dermatologist. Nga bisan unsaon daw na nimo ug erase ang tattoo, naa gyud daw nay markings kay tattooing is a scaring process, kahuman butangan nimo ug ink.

    Bisan pa ug ma erase dili gyud totally mawala ang scar, ang kanang kang Bong Go, kapila na ga hubo, halos wala man gyud scar or semblance of any scarring sa iyang likod.

    Pero mao lage, mura ra tingale na ug computer ang ilang huna-huna sa tattoo, nga mura rag nag erase ug file.. hehehe


    Quote Originally Posted by hombre View Post
    maayo unta ug makasuhan na ang dapat makasuhan. grabe ni ka distraction sa election.

    pero nahibung lang ko aning advincula, kay ingon siya membro daw siya sa sindikato before pero nag bagong buhay. ingon ana ra diay ka sayon nga muhawa ka sa usa ka sindikato no? makapang estafa ka then nakabalandra imong hitsura sa media. aw hinuon, sayon ra man pud kaha na erase ni bong go ang iyang triad tattoo. basin lahi ra gyud sa RL ug sa tv/movie

    sa laing balita, Inflation slowest in 16 months in April
    https://www.bworldonline.com/inflati...nths-in-april/

    INFLATION eased for the sixth straight month to its slowest pace in 16 months in April, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) reported on Tuesday, giving more room for the central bank to loosen monetary policy.

    April’s headline rate of three percent was down from 3.3% in March and 4.5% a year ago, and was the slowest in 16 months or since the 2.9% recorded in December 2017.

    April’s reading was lower than the 3.1% estimate median in BusinessWorld’s poll of 10 economists late last week. The latest figure also fell within the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas’ (BSP) own 2.7%-3.5% estimate for that month.

    Year-to-date, inflation clocked in at 3.6% — falling within the BSP’s 2-4% target range for 2019 and creeping towards the BSP’s three percent forecast average for the entire year.

    Core inflation, which strips out commodities prone to volatile price swings, slowed to 3.4% in April from 3.5% in March.

    The PSA attributed the downtrend primarily to the slower annual increase in the heavily weighted food and non-alcoholic beverages index at three percent in April from 3.4% in March and 5.9% in April 2018.

    The PSA also noted slower annual increments in the following commodity groups: alcoholic beverages and tobacco (9.9% in April from 10.8% in March); clothing and footwear (2.4% from 2.5%); housing, water, electricity, gas, and other fuels (3.2% from 3.4%); furnishing, household equipment and routine maintenance of the house (3.2% from 3.4%); health (3.7% from 3.9%); as well as restaurant and miscellaneous goods and services (3.5% from 3.7%).

    “The recent inflation reading validates our efforts towards stabilizing inflation so that the country’s buoyant economic growth, along with key reforms, remains unimpeded,” the National Economic and Development Authority quoted its director-general, Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto M. Pernia, as saying in a statement.

    BSP Governor Benjamin E. Diokno said in a separate statement that April’s inflation rate is consistent with the central bank’s expectation of inflation settling within the 2-4% target range for 2019 and 2020.

    At the same time, Mr. Diokno said that the BSP will keep watch of price risks especially as its Monetary Board conducts its third policy review for the year on Thursday.

    “[T]he continued increase in global crude oil prices and possibility of a prolonged El Niño episode could be a source of upside pressures over the near term. On the other hand, the weakening global economic environment could present downside risks to inflation,” Mr. Diokno said.

    “Against these upside and downside risks, the BSP continues to keep a close watch over price developments in the country and shall consider all relevant data at its next monetary policy meeting… to ensure that the monetary policy stance remains consistent with the BSP’s primary mandate of price stability conducive to a balanced and sustainable growth of the economy.”

    The central bank governor earlier said that the BSP will continue to be data-driven in its decision-making amid mounting expectations of monetary policy easing.

    The key policy rate is now at a decade-high of 4.75%, reflecting the cumulative 175-basis-point (bp) increase in benchmark yields adopted in five meetings last year as the BSP sought to douse inflation expectations.

    The central bank also slashed the reserve requirement ratio in two one-percentage-point moves in March and June 2018 that brought mandatory reserves for universal and commercial banks to 18% of their total deposits.

    MONETARY POLICY EXPECTATIONS
    For HSBC Global Research economist Noelan Arbis, “the time is ripe” for the central bank to start loosening its monetary policy.

    “Slowing inflation means that the BSP should be able to place a greater emphasis on growth,” Mr. Arbis said in an e-mail.

    Mr. Arbis expects gross domestic product (GDP) growth to slow to six percent in 2019 from 2018’s 6.2% due to the four-month delay in enacting the 2019 national budget, high bank lending rates, low liquidity and tepid remittances growth. “Growth may slow further in subsequent quarters if the BSP does not engage in immediate and adequate monetary accommodation,” he said.

    M3 — considered the broadest measure of money circulating in an economy — grew 4.2% year-on-year to about P11.4 trillion in March, slower than the 7.1% expansion in February and January’s 7.6% increase. The latest recorded pace is the slowest since September 2012.

    Meanwhile, outstanding loans increased by 9.9% year on year in March, slower than the 13.7% pace logged the previous month. Inclusive of reserve repurchase agreements, bank lending growth decelerated to 9.3% from 13.9% in February.

    ING Bank NV Manila Branch senior economist Nicholas Antonio T. Mapa said that “[w]ith the inflation objective in hand and [economic] growth to take a hit in the [first half of the year], it would be about time for BSP to ease off the brakes from ‘crisis mode’ and finally nudge on the accelerator to zoom to faster growth.”

    Sun Life Financial economist Patrick M. Ella “fully expects” the BSP to deliver a 25-bp policy rate cut as well as an RRR cut of 100 bps given that food costs have been declining in previous months.

    In an e-mail to reporters, Standard Chartered Bank economist Chidu Narayanan said he foresees a 25-bps cut in policy rate. “The decision is likely to be a close call… The combination of falling inflation and slowing growth is likely to lead BSP to start unwinding part of the 175 bps of rate hikes from 2018. We see a total 100 bps of rate cuts this year, taking the policy cash rate to 3.75% by year-end.”

    In a separate e-mail, Security Bank Corp. economist Robert Dan J. Roces said slashing the RRR may come before cutting the key policy rate. “[D]omestic economic conditions have surely improved and thus gives the BSP room for easing,” he explained. “However, liquidity is tightening. Thus, reductions in both the RRR and policy rates may occur, but I think the precedence may be [reserve requirements] first, then interest rates. They might do this slowly, sort of testing the waters first, via RRR cut of 100 bps.”

    OUTLOOK
    While expectations were mixed on the timing of policy easing, there is little disagreement among analysts on the pace of general price increases moving forward.

    “Inflation expectations… appear to be well entrenched… with the specter of overblown inflation proportions a fading memory just a few months from the recent peak,” said ING Bank’s Mr. Mapa.

    Security Bank’s Mr. Roces said: “I expect inflation in May to further ease, minus price pressures from further oil price increases which seem to be stabilizing as of late,” while for Sun Life’s Mr. Ella: “[It’s] too early to tell, but I’m pretty confident it’s likely below 3%.” — Lourdes O. Pilar and Reicelene Joy N. Ignacio

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    Karon pa nabalik. .

    First link ang snapshots lang..




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    With all the fanaticism in this thread, can anyone here mention any social issue that Duterte has solved permanently? It seems like he spends more time lambasting his critics than actually working.

    I mean issues ha, not projects. Previous admins had a lot of projects too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panasonic View Post
    With all the fanaticism in this thread, can anyone here mention any social issue that Duterte has solved permanently? It seems like he spends more time lambasting his critics than actually working.

    I mean issues ha, not projects. Previous admins had a lot of projects too.
    Sugdi na lang na diha ug awit diha kay Naanad na mi diri nga kugihan kaayo mo mga anti-admin mohimo-himo ug NONSENSE issues.
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    pan/boss digs/arch/original accounts/ug uban pa, di kaha nang pangutanaha para kang inday budlat/lugaw?

    lalalalalalala.....

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    nawa mas boss digs..

    basin naka-clear cache sa iyang usa ka browser nya nalimtan password..

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