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pnb bond offer 2019

Better Than Time Deposits: PNB 2-Year Bonds 6.3% p.a.

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PNB offers a 2-year fixed term bond earning 6.3% per annum. The bank aims to raise at least P5-billion. Offer period until Apr 30 only.

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What is FarmOn 2.0? Other Updates as FarmOn Opens Cycle 22

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We have manageable investments in FarmOn since 2017 and so far so good. In case you missed it, we’re actually compiling the historical returns we received from FarmOn, so if you’re also curious about FarmOn, I suggest you bookmark the following link: Updated and Historical FarmOn ROI We will update above page as and when…
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How G-Cash and PayMaya Can Help You Manage Your Money Better

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The advantage of GCash and PayMaya mobile wallets: they enable you to send and receive money faster, easier. This allows you to manage your money better.

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Lend Money to SMC Global Power Through Bonds 6.8% p.a.

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How would you like to lend money to a corporate giant like San Miguel and its subsidiaries? Well, here’s another chance for you. Listed conglomerate San Miguel Corp (PSE: SMC) disclosed today that its power unit, SMC Global Power, has received approval from the SEC on their corporate bonds offering. P60-billion SMC Global Power aims…
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Better than Usual Time Deposits: Lend Money to BDO via LTNCDs, to Petron via Preferred Shares

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Yes, even retail investors like us with lower capital can actually lend money to big companies like BDO and Petron for their business operations. BDO LTNCDs Listed unibank BDO (PSE: BDO) issued a press release this morning that it shall be issuing LTNCDs starting today, March 27. The bank expects to generate at least PHP5-billion…
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SEC permanent cease-and-desist vs Kapa – Identify scheme red flags

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#AskGeri – KAPA “Investments” Just last week, I received a question (via Rich Money Hacks Facebook page) from an avid reader who’s also a concerned citizen to his friends. He was asking whether I was familiar with Kapa Investments, offering 30% compounded monthly returns (yup, you read it right, not per annum but 30% monthly…
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PESONet and InstaPay: PH Bank-to-Bank Transfers Made Easy

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It is said that the late Gov. Nesting Espenilla, former BSP chief, was tech-savvy, and during his short stint, he championed digitization and mobile banking. The end goal was to reach the unbanked, those who don’t have bank accounts or access to basic financial services, with the use of technology and internet. Through these, hopefully,…
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PhilCrowd Gets SEC Approval as FilFund Microfinance Corp

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In Sep 23, we wrote about the SEC advisory on PhilCrowd. The crowdfunding group also provided their reply on the said advisory. The good news is, a few months after the said advisory, PhilCrowd was able to secure the SEC certificate of incorporation as Filfund Microfinance Corporation. This then paves the way for the crowdfunding…
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Discounted Vouchers – Aqua Mira Resort, Cavite

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Looking for a place to chill, to have fun and to beat the heat this summer? Looking a venue for your company or family’s summer outing? Then Aqua Mira Resorts and Residences can be the place for you, your family and your company. As a unit-owner in the resort, we have complimentary vouchers which we…
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Stock Market Outlook 2019 – COL Financial, BPI Asset Mgt

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The PSEi ended in red this February, closing at 7705, down by 4.3% for the month. This comes after months of recovery starting October last year. On the monthly chart, the conversion line (blue) of the ichimoku cloud system remains below the base line (red line) which means it remains bearish and the recovery from…
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