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S&P 500 dips as chip stocks and utilities tumble

The S&P 500 fell on Tuesday as chipmakers were dented by ratings downgrades and utilities declined ahead of an expected Federal Reserve interest rate ...

French President says unilateral action on Mideast peace won't solve crisis

Trampling on the Palestinians and pushing unilateral initiatives will not resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, French President Emmanuel Macron ...

Full-blown trade war would cost jobs, growth and stability -- WTO's Azevedo

A full-blown trade war would have serious effects on global economic growth and there would be no winners in such a scenario, the director-general of ...

US trade chief says China policy change ‘not going to be easy’

US President Donald Trump's top trade official said on Tuesday that changing China's economic policies to become more market-oriented "is not going t ...

Instagram co-founders resign in latest Facebook executive exit

Instagram on Monday said co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger have resigned as chief executive officer and chief technical officer of the photo ...

Wall Street flat as energy gains offset by Facebook, chip stocks

The three main U.S. stock indexes were little changed on Tuesday, as energy stocks gained with oil prices hitting a four-year high, offsetting losses ...

DOLE defends presence of thousands of Chinese workers

The growing presence of thousands of Chinese workers in the Philippines has become a cause of concern for some Filipinos, even as the Department of L ...

Minimum wage in NCR to increase by at least P20 in October -- DOLE

There could be a slight hike in the minimum daily wage in Metro Manila next month, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) said Tuesday.

Fisherfolk call for easing restrictions on fish pens

The Bangus Industry Stakeholders and Dealers Alliance has called for easing  restrictions on fish pens in Laguna to increase the supply and lower pr ...

Peso sinks to new 12-year low

The Philippine peso softened for the second consecutive trading day on Tuesday to carve a news 12-year low as trade tensions between China and the Un ...

Rice crop damage from Ompong a small part of total harvest --SINAG

There is enough rice supply to cover the damage inflicted on crops by Supertyphoon Ompong, according to the Samahang Industriya ng Agrikultura.

PSEi drops 1.37% on concerns about soaring inflation

Share prices on the Philippine Stock Exchange closed in the red on Tuesday as investors booked profits amid expectations of faster inflation in Septe ...

Additional 750,000 MT rice imports to lower prices -- NFA spox

The additional rice importation of a total of 750,000 metric tons to arrive at the end of the year is aimed to flood the market with cheaper variety ...

Piñol: Some individuals taking advantage of vegetable prices

Some individuals are taking advantage of the prices of vegetables, Agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol said Tuesday.

PAL gains 4-Star rating from New York’s APEX

Flag carrier Philippine Airlines on Tuesday said it scored a 4-Star Major Regional Airline 2019 rating from New York-based Airline Passenger Experien ...