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Banks may book higher opex on tech investment–Moody’s

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Banks may book higher opex on tech investment–Moody’s

The banking industry may book higher operating expenses (opex) in the next few years as it ramps up investment in technology amid the shift to digital, Moody’s Investor Services said. The debt watcher said the lockdown measures and social distancing practice have prompted the surge in online banking transactions...

Nutrition key to a healthy lifestyle

Health is wealth may now sound like a clichéd expression but just the same, many people are still taking this popular mantra by heart. With the current global health emergency crisis brought by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Filipinos are becoming more aware of their lifestyle to combat the deadly...

Farmers take center stage with new SM project

Farmers and small businesses are some of the most vulnerable sectors during the pandemic as prolonged lockdowns and limited mobility transportation have affected their business operations, hence, the negative impact on their sales and daily profit.  With this, SM Supermalls, in partnership with the Department of Agriculture and Resto...
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