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Currency traders look at the computer monitors near a screen showing the Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI), right, at the foreign exchange dealing room of the Korea Exchange Bank headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, Dec. 27, 2012. Most of Asian markets rose Thursday on optimism a new Japanese government will stimulate its sluggish economy.  AP PHOTO/LEE JIN-MAN
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  • A Binay-Marcos alliance in the homestretch?
  • Binay condemns attack on UNA party mate in La Union
  • Roxas thanks Filipinos for rise in latest Pulse survey
  • Ex-priest gets 20-40 years in prison for sexual assault
  • Group urges voters: ‘Don’t be deceived by Duterte’
  • Sports

  • Batiller stars in clutch as UE spoils Baldwin’s Ateneo debut
  • Black disappointed with ‘lazy’ showing from Bolts
  • La Salle snaps Ateneo’s streak, nabs 9th UAAP title
  • 6-foot-9 Sotto debuts for Ateneo, draws praise from mentor Ildefonso
  • Abueva working overtime to avoid game 5 for Aces
  • Lifestyle

  • Philstage advisory: Roselyn Perez wins for ‘The Normal Heart’
  • Must-have summer sneakers: Converse Chuck Taylor All Star x Missoni Flame Collection
  • It’s do-or-die Saturday at UAAP Women’s volleyball finals
  • Honor mom with a selfie, essay and enjoy a shopping spree
  • Artists’ corner: Marvel ‘Civil War’ fan art
  • Entertainment

  • John Paul II Superstar: Poland plans papal musical
  • Jacket worn by Prince in “Purple Rain” to be auctioned
  • Thrilling, throbbing ‘Civil War’ leaves no superhero unscathed
  • Behn Cervantes’ seminal contributions to activist theater recalled–and affirmed
  • TV debates have served their purpose
  • Business

  • BPI: No breach of confidentiality
  • BSP sees ‘smooth’ political transition
  • Asean, Mindanao sea links pushed
  • Stocks continue to decline
  • Gov’t fails to bid out another PPP project
  • Technology

  • Worsening depression may be dementia cue: study
  • Yahoo CEO could get $55M in severance pay in potential sale
  • 2nd ‘Comeleak’ hacker nabbed
  • Smartmatic: We’re 100% ready
  • Japan abandons costly X-ray satellite lost in space
  • Opinion

  • Unfortunate reversal
  • The ‘culprit’ behind political mess
  • Focus on stamping out criminality and corruption
  • My choices for prez, VP (1)
  • 3 books that every Filipino should read
  • Global Nation

  • ISIS ‘may set up caliphate in Southeast Asia’
  • Immigration official quits
  • ‘King Kong’ research ship from US Navy heads for PH
  • China’s Xi calls for ‘friendly’ talks
  • Quo Vadis, Filipinas?
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