Posts Tagged: Monday

South East Asian Stocks fell due to euro zone’s debt crisis

BANGKOK, Jan 16 (Reuters) – Southeast Asian stock markets fell on Monday, led by commodities-related and banking shares, after euro zone sovereign rating cuts by Standard & Poor’s rekindled...

Philippines worst natural disaster in two decades

MANILA, Dec 26 (Reuters) – The death toll in the Philippines from one of the country’s worst natural disaster in two decades has risen to 1,249 with about 1,100...

Philippine Government needs to step up spending

MANILA, Dec 1 (Reuters) – Joint action by major central banks to avoid a global liquidity crunch should ease the burden on Philippines’ monetary policy, but the government still...

Philippines Economic December Diary

NOVEMBER 29, TUESDAY MANILA – Filinvest Land Inc to list 5-year fixed rate bonds worth 3 billion pesos on trading platform of Philippine Dealing and Exchange Corp * DECEMBER...

Blackberry outage caused by core switch failure

The latest BlackBerry messaging and browsing outage is the result of a core switch failure in RIM’s infrastructure, the company has admitted as the incident continues to spread around...

Euro stalled as investors waiting for Greece verdict

According to Reuters, euro clung to small gains on Tuesday as market players bet the euro zone will cobble together a plan to prevent Greece from defaulting on its...

US Senate Hack Attack

US Senate orders security review after LulzSec hackingUS Senate officials order investigation following an embarrassing breach of Senate.gov website. The US Senate’s website was hacked into over the weekend,...

Samsung is much popular than Nokia

Finnish phone maker to drop to second this quarter, with Apple also passing it in third quarter, analysts Nomura predict. Samsung will become the world’s largest smartphone maker this...