Philippine Officials Seek to Soothe Investors Spooked by DuterteBy and
Take out the noise, look at fundamentals, Tetangco says
Foreigners sold local stocks for 21 days, longest since 2007
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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