Philippine Officials Seek to Soothe Investors Spooked by Duterte

  • Take out the noise, look at fundamentals, Tetangco says
  • Foreigners sold local stocks for 21 days, longest since 2007

QuickTake: Philippines' Splintered Democracy

Philippine central bank Governor Amando Tetangco sought to soothe investors spooked by President Rodrigo Duterte’s rhetoric around his anti-drug war, with stocks poised for the longest outflow since 2007.

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