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Be Careful With My Heart January 23, 2013 Episode Replay

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Be Careful With My Heart January 23, 2013 Episode Replay
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Be Careful With My Heart January 23, 2013 Episode Replay
nBe Careful With My Heart is an upcoming 2012 Philippine daytime television drama to premiere on ABS-CBN on July 9, 2012 airing before It’s Showtime. It is topbilled by Jodi Sta. Maria and Richard Yap. This is a story about a simple girl Maya Dela Rosa (Jodi Sta. Maria) who journeys to the big city to follow her dreams to become a flight attendant to help her family. She would allow no one to stop her, not even the handsome, wealthy widower Richard Lim (Richard Yap), who threatens to ruin her dreams. Brought to you by FlipBooth - The Pinoy Style Youtube

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Foreign portfolio investments net outflow shrinks to $91.5M in March – Bangko Sentral

Foreign portfolio investments (FPIs) in the Philippines registered a $91.5-million net outflow in March, reflecting a fourth successive month of net outflows in line with the reduced bond-buying program of the US Federal Reserve, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas said Thursday.

It was the lowest amount of outflow since December.
 
“Year-on-year... registered investments were lower by 8.8 percent as a result of the tapering of the quantitative easing program in the United States in January this year,” Bangko Sentral said.
 
FPIs have been on the wane since December when net withdrawals of $354 million were recorded, followed by $1.8 billion in January and $361 million in February.
 
The net outflow in January was the biggest on record, the Bangko Sentral International Operations Department noted, saying foreign investors started repatriating funds back to the US as the world's largest economy showed more definite signs of recovery.
 
Markets seemed to have taken the Fed announcement to keep its bond buying program in place – albeit lower – in a positive light, while the Philippines registered a manageable inflation rate of 3.9 percent in March, compared with 4.2 percent in January and 4.1 percent in February, according to Bangko Sentral.
 
The US, UK, Singapore, Malaysia and Luxembourg were the five largest sources of FPIs in March, accounting for 79.7 percent of the total. 
 
The US was still the top destination of outflows, equivalent to  84.5 percent of total.
 
“Investments during the month were in PSE-listed securities and peso government securities. For PSE-listed securities, the main beneficiaries were holding firms, banks, property companies, food, beverage and tobacco firms, and telecommunication companies,” the central bank noted.
 
FPIs on the Philippine Stock Exchange recorded net inflows of $153 million in March, from $483 million in net outflows a year earlier and $148 million February.
 
“The reverse was noted for peso GS where net outflows of $231 million were posted compared to last year’s net inflows of $77 million. The net outflows were, however, much lower than the February figure of $509 million. Peso time deposits resulted in net outflows of $14 million,” Bangko Sentral said.
 
Also called “hot money,” FPIs are funds invested in stocks, government securities and money market. 
 
Hot money totaled $4.2 billion in net inflows last year, compared with a Bangko Sentral revised forecast of $3.2 billion. – VS, GMA News





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