Karl Lester M. Yap
It’s no surprise that India and Indonesia are among the worst-hit Asian currencies this year. Here's why.
Vietnam Wins Rating Upgrade From Fitch on Growth, Reserves
Philippine stocks pummeled by fears of a rate-hike, weakening the Peso.
The Philippines could be the most at risk in Southeast Asia from the worsening trade conflict.
Exports from India and China are most sensitive to change in strength of Asian currencies.
RBI may become more vigilant on inflation as economic growth strengthens, increasing risk of monetary tightening.
The specter of volatile financial markets is prompting investors to be more selective in emerging markets.
World Bank Says Philippine Holding Rate Is Appropriate for Now
Philippines Plays Catch-Up as More Central Banks Tap `Big Data'
Philippines May Hike Rates to Cool Inflation Pressure
Dozens Dead, Many Missing After Storm Kai-Tak Hits Philippines
Fitch raised the Philippines’ sovereign rating by one level, providing an endorsement of Duterte’s economic plans.
An Investment Boom in Philippines Leaves Neighbors in the Dust
World Bank Sees More Currency Risk in Southeast Asia Than Region
Philippines Decision Guide: Lone Rate Hike Candidate in Region
Indonesia is setting an example by breaking gender and religious stereotypes.
Malaysia Wields Cheap Currency to Beat Peers in Export Race
Make Way For Southeast Asia's Newest Car Hubs Amid Consumer Boom
Thai Firms Bypass Military Rule to Invest a Record Abroad
Filipino Diaspora Power in Show as Remittances Double: Chart
But remittances from migrants are a vital source of income.