Are you feeling the effects of inflation? Regardless if you’re affected or not by rising inflation in the country, one thing is sure: data shows that the Philippines recorded the highest inflation rate among 10 Southeast Asian (SEA) countries in August 2018. The Philippines’ inflation
The Philippines’ inflation rate in May 2014 accelerated to 4.5% year-on-year from 4.1% in April. This number is above the market consensus of 4.2% and on the high end of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP)’s target inflation 3.9% to 4.7% for the month.
The country’s inflation in January 2014 accelerated to its highest rate in two years, due to higher prices of food, non-alcoholic beverages, clothing and household furnishings. The National Statistics Office (NSO) announced yesterday that the Philippines recorded an inflation rate of 4.2% last month, the
Call it the “Arroyo legacy,” credit “Aquinomics,” or simply attribute it to good market fundamentals, but there are more and more reasons now to say that it is indeed more fun in the Philippines — compared to other countries.
The country is still reeling from the effects of a 14-year high inflation rate of 11.4% but the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) warned that prices may still rise and inflation might peak during the 3rd quarter of 2008. The good thing, though, is that
Here’s one sad, bad news for all of us: the Philippines’ inflation rate in June 2008 jumped to 11.4% — the highest ever recorded in the last 14 years. The figure was beyond the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (Central Bank of the Philippines)’s forecast range of