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EGALITARIAN| Friday the 13th indeed

WELL, this had been a very old belief. It stem from the story of Jesus’ last crucifixion where 13 individuals were gathered in the upper room the night before his death.

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EGALITARIAN| Explaining the surveys on trust and satisfaction

                THE RECENT survey of the SWS shows a dip in the satisfaction ratings of the President from very good to good in a matter of three months, from June to September.

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EGALITARIAN| What about stock market?

LET ME discuss the stock market. The stock market measures the exchanges of set of markets of stocks, bonds and other securities. The stock market is an indication of a country’s mature

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EGALITARIAN| Macroeconomic variable analysis: the exchange rate

ANOTHER important and highly intriguing macroeconomic variable is the exchange rate. There has been wide debate about the exchange rate appreciating or depreciating.

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EGALITARIAN| Macroeconomic fundamentals: the angle of wage hike

ANOTHER measurement of the health of the country is the inflation rate. As commonly understood, it is the movement of the general price

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EGALITARIAN| Macro fundamental of the country for development

WHENEVER economists would make big excuses for the snag happening to a country, they would say the macro fundamentals are in place.

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EGALITARIAN| Who protects what?

THE KIAN del los Santos incident came out like a breach in a big dam. Emotions and sentiments came on-rushing and it has been unstoppable since.

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EGALITARIAN| Federalism 101

LAST week was a blast; PDuterte ordered the creation of 24-man commissioners to draft a Constitution for the shift towards federalism. 

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 EGALITARIAN| Nationalism, regionalism, federalism

I READ a facebook post shared by a good friend about a group’s opinion on federalism.

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EGALITARIAN| Lowest bidder must be technically capable

THE PRESIDENT’S Sona surely contained not only of the state of the country on the purview of figures and statistics, it simmered with frustration and exasperation.

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