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10 Quotable Quotes About Stock Market In the Philippines, Yolanda and Lechon Baboy (Week 1347)

Here are some quotes and commentaries on the news from known and some respected people in the business and stock market here in the Philippines. Allow me to share you thier insights about Yolanda, Pork barrel, and its connections (in some ways) on the market (The Philippine Stock Market in the Philippines), and more chop-chop plus ketchup news. For more details, please check the source below.

On Post Yolanda...

1.  “6,400 key resistance will be retested this week... However, investors could adjust their portfolios this week as companies continue to report on the damage brought by typhoon Yolanda on their operations.... The extent of damage reported by companies might prompt investors to reposition [their stocks], such as those in the industrial sector and banks.

Delays in relief efforts post-Yolanda have, in a way, turned off investors.... As far as stocks are concerned, the longer the relief efforts, the longer it will take for the market to react positively,”
 Luis A. Limlingan, managing director at Regina Capital Development Corp

2.  “The market sharply went down [yesterday, Nov 19] on valuation concerns as foreign funds continued to exit the Philippines,” Manny P. Cruz, market strategist at Asiasec Equities, Inc.

3.  “I think investors are wary of the post-Yolanda effect on the economy,” Abbygayle M. Estrella, analyst at AB Capital Securities, Inc.

4.  "Calamities will always happen. We believe strongly in the growth of the Philippine tourism industry. While the country is currently experiencing some slowness in growth because of the typhoon, we believe moving forward, the prospects for the tourism industry is extremely bright," - Discovery World president John Y. Tiu 

5.  "The urgency to rehabilitate typhoon-stricken areas should spur public spending until the first half of 2014..... This could support interest on stocks tied to construction & related materials (cement), services (telco, domestic airlines and shipping) and utilities (power, water), especially those armed with resources to mobilize rebuilding... Faster funds mobilization could support financial stocks, especially with the prospect of improved service receipts with the seasonal influx of remittances this December,” - Darren Dave A. Ferenal, analyst at 2TradeAsia.com

6.  “Investors are concerned over the short-term impact on income, considering more than half of the company’s capacity is down and it’s uncertain when it will be back on line,” said Aaron Salvador, Manila-based analyst at Macquarie Group Ltd. 

On After Typhoon Haiyan, Overseas Filipinos Raise Their Remittances

7.  "We expect the transaction volume will increase towards the month end as [domestic] helpers receive their salaries," said Benjamin Panganiban, managing director of BPI Remittance Centre Ltd. in Hong Kong. 

8.  "Remittances are up 10% to 15% this month from October. ...The trend of rising remittances will continue because the affected families will need more money for reconstruction after the typhoon," - Belinda Martin, branch manager of PNB Global Remittance and Financial Co. in Hong Kong

9.  "Most of them are Filipinos sending money, but there are also other nationalities.... People queuing up to help with relief efforts also include Singaporeans, Americans and Europeans. On Sundays, the day off for most of the workers, the mall is thronged with Filipinos sending money home. - Charina Yap, a manager at Metro Remittance Ltd., a payment center owned by one of the Philippines' ' largest banks, Metrobank.

On Pork BABOY.

10.  "Developments in the local political arena have also turned off investors....Another thing is there seems to be a negative backlash with regard to issues about PDAF (Priority Development Assistance Fund)....For foreign funds, this means that the government is not much in control in terms of handling funds,”  -  Luis A. Limlingan, managing director at Regina Capital Development Corp.

Sources: bworldonline.com ; businessweek.com ; bworldonline.com/online.wsj.com ; 

Below is the snap shot of the Philippines Stock Market Week 1347:

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