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Local financial markets are bracing for a very rough ride when trading resumes Thursday after a three-day break that forced them out of the action while other Asian emerging markets wrestled against capital flight arising from anticipated tapering of US easy money policy. AP File Photo
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  • Ted Cruz embraces supporters on fringe of Republican Party
  • Makati jail official accused of stealing Starbucks mugs inside UST nabbed
  • ‘Talk to people, lawmakers about BBL’
  • ‘Barefoot docs’ practice in indigenous communities
  • Davao gears up to draw tourists
  • Sports

  • Alyssa Valdez: From the UAAP and beyond
  • Beermen up for more glory
  • PSA honors Uytengsu as Executive of Year
  • Fil-foreign batters join WBC team
  • Nazari fires 3 as Global batters Pasargad
  • Lifestyle

  • Iriga mayor defies NHCP; demolishes US-era City Hall
  • Co Ban Kiat: Art Deco-period Binondo building makes a comeback
  • León-ACC auction features key paintings, documents By Amadís Ma. Guerrero
  • What’s ace TV director Johnny Manahan doing at the National Gallery Singapore ?
  • Ballet Manila mounts ‘Rebel,’ original ballet on 1986 Edsa Revolt
  • Entertainment

  • The secret of Martin Nievera’s staying power
  • Top Suzara teams up with South Border
  • Heart’s art, hearts united
  • ‘Tandem’ comes home
  • Hitmakers reminisce about music from various eras
  • Business

  • Gov’t disputes LRT-1 compensation claim
  • Biz Buzz: Blacklisted
  • BSP expected to keep policy rates unchanged
  • Bureaucratic accounting requirement
  • Globe revenues breach P100-B mark
  • Technology

  • WATCH: Zuckerberg speaks in Mandarin, reveals daughter’s Chinese name
  • Radioactive material found in groundwater below nuke plant
  • Twitter moves to actively seek out terrorist supporters
  • Apple asks top US court to reject Samsung appeal
  • LOOK: Who’s who in this selfie of mom and twins?
  • Opinion

  • Editorial cartoon, February 8, 2016
  • Optimistic
  • Sereno reshapes Poe case, grills Arthur Lim
  • Is the Church too rich now to care for the poor?
  • ‘Quo vadis,’ Bangsamoro?
  • Global Nation

  • Iraq conveys condolences
  • Gov’t girds for OFW crisis
  • Farmers’ group slams Duterte’s new stand for foreign ownership of lands
  • Gov’t, MILF urged to talk with groups excluded from peace pact
  • PH condemns North Korea rocket launch
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