It is always better to give than to receive, especially if you are giving to a worthy cause. But what if you don’t really have much to give? It seems that only the wealthy can afford to be generous (though of course, a lot of them aren’t), but that isn’t necessarily the case. There are many ways to help those who are in need, and even if you do not have too much money, you can still work within your budget in order to support a charitable cause.
Exchange Traded Funds on Take Off; Draft Rules Out
DMCI Holdings, Inc.
Energy Development Corporation
We are pleased to release the August issue of The Market Call, as published
by the FMIC & UA&P Capital Markets Research. This is a result of an in-depth analysis on the emerging and leading trends in the global and local markets that have shaped the direction of the Philippine capital markets in the last four weeks.
Here are some pictures from our recently concluded Annual Shareholders Meeting at Sofitel!
A good percentage of our household expenditures are spent on groceries. But as prices continue to rise, we end up spending more and more on our groceries, which could leave not much left for our other living expenses. Fortunately, it is possible to carefully monitor your grocery budget and shopping habits, so as to adapt to the rising costs and manage to save enough money in the process.