Foreigners Shun Philippine Stocks as Duterte Loses Luster: Chart

The money that flowed into the Philippines after presidential elections in May is drying up. As of Wednesday, the nation’s stock exchange had seen 20 straight days of foreign outflows, the longest stretch since 2007. Some investors are speculating that outbursts from President Rodrigo Duterte will have consequences beyond politics that affect the economy.

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