Here's a quick glance at how PSEi stocks fared on Friday, September 17, 2021.
THE BANGKO SENTRAL ng Pilipinas (BSP) is likely to keep its key interest rate steady as the economy gradually reopens despite a continued surge in coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) infections. Read the full story.
By Russell Louis C. Ku TRANSPORTATION BUDGETS need to provide for service contracting in order to offer relief for public utility vehicle (PUV) drivers, a transport organization said. On Friday, the Move as One Coalition
EXPORTERS have been advised to expect new UK tariffs with the launch of a separate British preferential trade access scheme after it exited the European Union, the UK ambassador-designate said. The UK's trade preferences
PHILSTAR LABOR Secretary Silvestre H. Bello III said seafarers need to be better protected and proposed amendments to the 15-year-old maritime convention of the International Labour Organization (ILO). In a statement Sunday, Mr. Bello said
The pandemic has accelerated new ways of working across various industries, including the auditing profession. However, new ways of operating for audit firms and the companies they audit, including the sudden shift to
SENIOR citizens get inoculated with their first dose of the Sinovac vaccine at the Marikina Sports Complex. -- PHILIPPINE STAR/ MICHAEL VARCASTHE PHILIPPINES might have reached the peak of its coronavirus surge after posting a weekly decline in infections for the first time since May,
PHILSTAR CORAZON "Dinky" N. Soliman, the Social Welfare secretary and civic leader who quit amid allegations of vote cheating by then President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, died on Sunday. She was 68. "Her passing was sad
SENATOR MANNY PACQUIAO FB PAGE A FACTION of the Philippines' ruling political party on Sunday nominated boxing champion and Senator Emmanuel "Manny" D. Pacquiao as its presidential candidate for the 2022 elections. The boxing legend
BAGUIO CITY PIO BAGUIO'S BAN on non-essential travelers has been extended to Sept.26, the local government announced over the weekend, as cases continue to increase in the popular mountain city tourist destination.
NDRRMC.GOV.PH AGRICULTURAL losses brought by typhoon Kiko (international name: Chanthu) went up to P19.21 million versus the P18.20 million previously estimated, the Department of Agriculture (DA) said. The DA said in