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Inflation uptick seen in June


Inflation uptick seen in June | Inquirer Business
Inflation likely inched up in June as food and oil prices picked up faster while most of the country moved to a less-restrictive COVID-19 general community quarantine (GCQ) last month.


Inflation uptick seen in June — poll | BusinessWorld
An uptick in food prices was felt in June, as the nationwide price freeze on all basic necessities ended on May 15. — REUTERS By Luz Wendy T. Noble, Reporter. INFLATION may have slightly picked up in June with upward pressure mainly from rising prices of oil and rice, according to analysts.


Inflation uptick seen in June — poll – Finance Market House
An uptick in food prices was felt in June, as the nationwide price freeze on all basic necessities ended on May 15. — REUTERS By Luz Wendy T. Noble, Reporter INFLATION may have slightly picked up in June with upward pressure mainly from rising prices of oil and rice, according to analysts. A BusinessWorld poll […]


Inflation uptick seen in June — poll • Filipino Local News
Inflation uptick seen in June — poll 3 hours ago filipinomates . An uptick in food prices was felt in June, as the nationwide price freeze on all basic necessities ended on May 15. — REUTERS. By Luz Wendy T. Noble, Reporter. INFLATION may have slightly picked up in June with upward pressure mainly from rising prices of oil and rice …


Inflation uptick seen in June | Martin TF Wong
Inflation uptick seen in June Inflation likely inched up in June as food and oil prices picked up faster while most of the country moved to a less-restrictive COVID-19 general community quarantine (GCQ) last month.


Now You Know – Economists now expect an uptick in June
Economists now expect an uptick in June inflation after easing for f… our straight months to a six-month low of 2.1 percent in May due to rising oil and food prices following the easing of lockdown measures to contain the coronavirus disease 2019 or COVID-19. Security Bank chief economist Robert Dan Roces said inflation increased slightly to 2.2 percent last month due to higher gasoline …


BSP sees inflation uptick
MANILA, PhilippinesInflation for June likely settled within the 1.9 to 2.7 percent range from 2.1 percent in May as the uptick in the price of rice as well as the rising pump prices of …


Inflation seen holding steady in May – Finance Market House
INFLATION likely remained stable in May, despite an uptick in some food items and a slight recovery in pump prices, according to analysts. A poll of 17 economists by BusinessWorld held last week yielded a median estimate of 2.2% for May headline inflation, unchanged from April and slower than the 3.2% logged in May 2019.


Inflation likely picked up in June
Philippine headline inflation likely accelerated to 2.3 percent in June due to higher petroleum and food prices, analysts polled by The Manila Times said. Projections for the month ranged from 2.1 to 3.0 percent with a 2.3-percent average, higher than the 2.1 percent posted in May but lower than the 2.7 percent recorded in June last year.


BSP rate cut seen this June due to unemployment rate uptick
MANILA – The continued deceleration of the Philippines’ inflation rate is a non-issue vis-à-vis the central bank’s key policy rates but a possible rate cut is projected this month after the government reported a record-high unemployment rate last April.. In a report on Friday, ANZ Research said the deceleration of domestic inflation rate last May to 2.1 percent from the previous month …
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