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Jet fuel prices may challenge airlines after Q1 boost — analysts

A SURGE in demand during Holy Week and the start of the summer season likely boosted revenue growth for airline companies in the first quarter (Q1), according to analysts, but cautioned about potential challenges ahead due to rising jet fuel prices.

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THE MAIN INDEX closed at a near three-month low on Monday on profit taking amid the geopolitical conflict in the Middle East. The benchmark Philippine...

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Gov’t fully awards Treasury bills at higher rates

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bills) it offered on Monday at higher rates as investors expect the US Federal...

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Food security: The other paradigm

Many economists think of scale and clustering as the only way to be food...
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Paxys to hold annual meeting of stockholders on May 10

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Leveraging insurance for a sustainable future

As the world moves towards a sustainable future, the global economy is committed to achieving a net-zero economy, with 90% of industries driving an...

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PHL seeks to unlock AI’s potential amid emerging threats

DIGITALIZATION has become a strategy for many businesses as more companies embraced the trend when the pandemic forced them to accelerate their digital transformation. 
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Taylor Swift songs back on TikTok despite Universal Music dispute

TAYLOR SWIFT’s music has resurfaced on ByteDance Ltd.’s TikTok despite an ongoing dispute between her record label and the social video platform. The timing...

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Chinese car makers bullish on PHL

AT THE SECOND venue of the 2024 Manila International Auto Show (MIAS), Chinese auto brands further emphasized their serious battle with established firms — most of which come from America, South Korea, and Japan — for market share in the Philippines.

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Hot PLDT clashes with dangerous Chery Tiggo in critical PVL match

A LOT has been said about how far the PLDT High Speed Hitters could go and survive in a loaded Premier Volleyball League (PVL) All-Filipino Conference minus two of their big guns — injured former captain Mika Reyes and blue-chip free agency recruit Kianna Dy.
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