Quantcast
Home » Credit rating You are browsing entries tagged with “Credit rating”

EIU raises PH credit rating

By

The credit-standing of the Philippines got its second boost in less than a month, with an international body recognizing the country’s improved political climate and healthier debt profile.

Posted: July 14th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

PH credit rating upgraded

By
The Philippines has obtained its highest credit rating in history (BBB classification from S&P) in recognition of the reforms undertaken by the Aquino administration which have allowed the country to outperform its Southeast Asian neighbors in terms of economic growth.

The Philippines has obtained its highest credit rating in history in recognition of the reforms undertaken by the Aquino administration which have allowed the country to outperform its Southeast Asian neighbors in terms of economic growth.

Posted: May 9th, 2014 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

Philippines is top emerging economy—French firm

By
Growth-sign

The Philippines is among the top countries with “emerging economies,” a French credit body said in its latest economic publication.

Posted: March 28th, 2014 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

Fitch affirms PH investment grade rating

By
AFP FILE PHOTO

The Philippines’ “investment grade” status was affirmed by Fitch on Tuesday, citing the country’s strong macroeconomic fundamentals.

Posted: March 25th, 2014 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

PSBank gets triple-A credit rating from PH Rating Services Corp.

By
Screengrab from http://www.psbank.com.ph

The Metrobank group’s thrift bank arm Philippine Savings Bank has obtained a triple-A credit rating from local credit watcher Philippine Rating Services Corp. for a proposed debt issuance of up to P3 billion.

Posted: February 27th, 2014 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

Advertisement

News

  • Aquino inspects ports, terminals ahead of All Saints’ Day
  • Tiu may be laundering money for Binays, says Cayetano
  • Aquino visits bus terminals
  • Aid continues for ‘Yolanda’ victims
  • PNP recruits over 3,000 rookie cops
  • Sports

  • Alaska blacks out Meralco in Halloween eve showdown
  • LeBron falters in emotional return to Cleveland
  • Daniel Padilla, Kiefer Ravena lead star-studded Hoops for Hope charity game
  • Knicks ruin LeBron’s homecoming game
  • Alaska, Meralco duel for solo PH Cup lead
  • Lifestyle

  • Local, foreign celebs dress up, cross dress for Halloween
  • French-British brand with androgynous appeal arrives in Manila
  • So ancient Balinese, yet so contemporary
  • Swatch sets world launch of BenCab limited edition
  • Tapping young designers is Cinderella’s answer
  • Entertainment

  • How to win the Manila concert audience the MAGIC! Way
  • What’s unique about Ben Gold
  • US man punched by Chris Brown settles lawsuit
  • Mark Bautista rides dictator’s coattails to West End
  • Mariah will always be their baby
  • Business

  • Aquino slashes real property taxes on facilities of power producers contracted by GOCCs
  • LPG prices coming down after midnight Friday
  • DoubleDragon raises P7.4 B through debt paper
  • Taxes may be paid with credit cards, if House bill passes muster
  • Semiconductor company braces for exciting future of industry
  • Technology

  • Focus on social listening
  • Co-creator of Android mobile software leaves Google
  • Smartphone sales lifted by emerging markets
  • Computers help search for the dead
  • 9 common scams on social media
  • Opinion

  • No one cared enough
  • Editorial cartoon, October 31, 2014
  • ‘Wang-wang’ lives
  • Birth of Frankenstein
  • Frightening ourselves
  • Global Nation

  • MIAA suspends fare, terminal fee integration order
  • Pasay court stops planned integration of terminal fee into airfare
  • Sueselbeck visits Laude grave on eve of return to Germany
  • Laude fiancé to leave PH on Nov. 1
  • 7 facts about the Nov. 4 US midterm elections
  • Marketplace
    Advertisement