Thursday, December 2, 2021

finances

Black Friday fuels debt fears as Britons go on buy-now-pay-later spree

One lawmaker warns that people risk amassing unmanageable debts as retailers encourage them to go all out for Christmas following the axing of last year's celebrations due to soaring Covid-19 cases.

Grab’s third quarter takes a hit from virus curbs

Grab's mobility business brought in US$88 million in revenue, down 26% from a year earlier, while sales at its deliveries unit rose 58%.

Philippine economy to take 10 years to recover from virus, says official

Lockdowns and other restrictions aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus have shattered the Southeast Asian nation's economy, throwing millions out of work and leaving many poor families hungry.

Money matters weigh heaviest during MCO, survey shows

Respondents say financial activities are the most challenging, followed by social interaction, mental health and work.

Pandemic pushing public universities to brink of financial crisis

The coming year will tell if public universities can survive financially, says UM prof.

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