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02/04/08
Posted under business strategies, trends peso dollar

pesos.jpgWondering what level the peso will be at this year (against the dollar of course)? Perhaps you need it for your business strategy or for accounting purposes. Here is a running tally of what analysts and economists see for the peso this year. This feature of Open For Business will be regularly updated. So bookmark this blog!

Citibank – P38 in Q1, P35 by yearend (as of February 4, 2008)
American Express – P40 by yearend (as of December 27, 2007)
HSBC — P37.2 by yearend (as of January 25, 2008)
Standard Chartered – P39.50 by yearend (as of January 25, 2008)
JP Morgan – P38.50 by yearend (as of January 25, 2008)
NEDA — average P42 to P45 for 2008 (as of January 1, 2008)
Former central bank governor Joey Cuisia — P38.50 to P39 by yearend (as of January 29, 2008)
PNB treasurer Ramon Lim – bottom of P38 for 2008 (as of December 31, 2007)
Roland Avante, treasurer of Chinatrust — P37 (as of December 31, 2007)
Asia United Bank SVP and treasurer Antonio Agcaoili Jr. – P35 to P37 in 2008 (as of December 31, 2007)
Jose Emmanuel Hilado, chief foreign exchange dealer at BDO — break into P39 but only briefly (as of December 31, 2007)
BNP Paribas – P30 for 2008 (as of December 31)
Bear Stearns – P41 for 2008 (as of December 31)

dollars1.jpg*INQUIRER.net does NOT recommend these figures. They are published only for readers’ information. INQUIRER.net will not be liable for any loss or damage caused by a reader’s reliance on information obtained from this blog.

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