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ECONOMIC INDICATORS December 2016

Republic of the Philippines

Philippine Statistics Authority

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES HIS EXCELLENCY

PRESIDENT RODRIGO ROA DUTERTE

PHILIPPINE STATISTICS AUTHORITY LISA GRACE S. BERSALES National Statistician

JOSIE B. PEREZ Deputy National Statistician

ISSN-0118-1572

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FOREWORD The monthly Economic Indicators is a regular publication of the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA). It presents the latest available monthly statistical indicators of the levels and trends of the country's economic activities and performance. These indicators have been carefully identified to meet the varying needs of policy‐makers, decision‐makers and other researchers for more relevant data. To guide data users towards a more meaningful analysis of economic behavior and events, the indicators are presented in a moving thirteen‐ month time series. In addition, the Summary Tables of the Quarterly Approved Foreign Investments, First Quarter 2015 – Third Quarter 2016 are included as special feature for this issue. We gratefully acknowledge the sustained support and contribution of the various source agencies for providing the PSA with the necessary data inputs. The regular and timely release of this publication depends greatly on the goodwill of the following cooperating agencies/organizations: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Bureau of Treasury Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines Department of Energy Department of Tourism Forest Management Bureau

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Land Transportation Office Light Rail Transit Authority Metrostar Express Mines and Geo‐Sciences Bureau National Conciliation and Mediation Board Philippine Overseas Employment Administration Philippine Stock Exchange Incorporated

LISA GRACE S. BERSALES National Statistician

III

TABLE OF CONTENTS

FOREWORD

III

TABLE OF CONTENTS

V

NOTES ON THE INDICATORS

VII

SUMMARY OF MAJOR INDICATORS 1. Monthly levels 2. Cumulative levels

IX

SPECIAL FEATURE Summary Tables of Approved Foreign Investments First Quarter 2015 to Third Quarter 2016 A. PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION 1. Local production of forest and mineral products 2. Index of value of production of key manufacturing enterprises by industry 3. Index of volume of production of key manufacturing enterprises by industry B.

SALES 1. Automotive vehicle sales

C.

TRANSPORTATION AND TOURISM 1. Light Rail Transit 2. Metro Rail Transport (Metrostar) 3. Motor vehicle registration by classification 4. Domestic air transport 5. Visitor arrivals by country of residence

D. EXTERNAL SECTOR 1. Guiding rate average 2. Peso cross rates 3. Effective exchange rate indices of the peso 4. Salary remittances of overseas Filipino workers 5. External trade 6. Total value of merchandise imports by type of good 7. Total value of imports by country of origin 8. Total value of merchandise exports 9. Total value of exports by country of destination

XI

A‐1

C‐1 C‐1 C‐1 C‐2 C‐4

D‐1 D‐1 D‐1 D‐1 D‐1 D‐2 D‐3 D‐4 D‐5

A‐1 E. A‐2

A‐2

V

EMPLOYMENT 1. Strike notices 2. Actual strikes

E‐1 E‐1

F.

PRICES 1. Headline inflation rate 2. Purchasing power of peso 3. Consumer price index (CPI) in the Philippines 4. CPI in the National Capital Region 5. CPI in areas outside National Capital Region 6. Consumer Price Index (CPI) by region 7. CPI of food, beverages, and tobacco in NCR 8. General Wholesale Price Index in Philippines 9. General Wholesale Price Index in Luzon 10. General Wholesale Price Index in Visayas 11. General Wholesale Price Index in Mindanao 12. Retail Price Index (RPI) in NCR 13. RPI of selected construction materials in NCR 14. WPI of selected construction materials in NCR 15. Producers' price index for manufacturing by industry

F‐1 F‐1 F‐1 F‐1 F‐1 F‐2 F‐3 F‐3 F‐4 F‐4 F‐5 F‐5 F‐6 F‐6 F‐7

G. MONEY AND BANKING 1. Broad money liabilities by composition 2. Broad money liabilities by origin 3. Factors affecting broad money liabilities 4. Liquidity aggregates of depository corporations 5. Gross international reserves of the Central Bank 6. Reserve money 7. Interest rates 8. Loans by type of commercial banks 9. Balance of payment 10. Shares and stocks

G‐1 G‐1 G‐1 G‐2 G‐2 G‐2 G‐2 G‐3 G‐4 G‐5

H. PUBLIC FINANCE 1. National government outstanding debt 2. National government debt service 3. National government cash operations

H‐1 H‐1 H‐2

GLOSSARY OF TERMS

Standard symbols used in this publication: Symbols ... p r ‐ * e

Meaning Data not available Preliminary Revised Nil or Zero Less than half the unit employed Estimates

VI

NOTES ON THE MONTHLY INDICATORS SUMMARY OF MAJOR INDICATORS

PART B. SALES Sales of automotive vehicle sales are compiled by the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines, Inc. These data reflect the volume automotive vehicles sold on a monthly basis.

Under Section A (Monthly levels), appears a list of principal economic indicators selected from the different sections of this publication. For each of these indicators, the latest figure reported is compared with the preceding month’s report and also with the corresponding report for the same month of the preceding calendar year. The changes are expressed in percent.

PART C. TRANSPORTATION AND TOURISM Monthly data on railroad, light rail transit and metro rail transportation are reported by the Philippine National Railways, Light Rail Transit Authority and the Department of Transportation and Communication, respectively. Data on motor vehicle transportation by classification and by type of fuel used are provided by the Land Transportation Office while data on air transportation are derived from the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines. On the other hand, shipping statistics are provided by the Philippine Ports Authority.

Under Section B (Cumulative levels), the data presented are the sums of successive monthly increments from January to the latest recorded month of the current calendar year. These are compared with corresponding sums of monthly increments for the same period in the preceding calendar year. The comparisons are expressed as percentage increases (or decreases) over the latter figures.

Also included in this section is a summary of monthly visitor arrivals by country of residence, which is derived from the Arrival/Departure cards of the Department of Tourism.

PART A. PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION The monthly data on electric energy production and consumption, by sectors and basic data on petroleum consumption by type and by industry are supplied by the Department of Energy. Data on local production of forest products are generated by the Forest Management Bureau. Data on mineral products, on the other hand, are generated by the Mines and Geo‐Sciences Bureau and Philippine Cement Manufacturers Corporation.

PART D. EXTERNAL SECTOR The value and quantity data appearing in this section represent transactions during the specified month. Cumulative levels can be derived by adding successive monthly figures in the series. Some of the data are obtained from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), and therefore the notes on items, limitations, and coverage of data are found in the BSP Statistical Bulletin. Data on the value of merchandise imports and exports are as reported by the PSA.

The indices of value and volume of production of key manufacturing enterprises are derived from the Monthly Integrated Survey of Selected Industries (MISSI), which is being undertaken by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA).

VII

PART E. EMPLOYMENT

PART H. PUBLIC FINANCE

Statistics on strike notices, and actual strikes per month are generated by the National Conciliation and Mediation Board (NCMB). On the other hand, data on overseas employment are provided by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA).

The collections data of the Bureau of Customs (BOC) refer to amounts collected during the indicated months only. Cumulative levels can be derived by adding a number of successive figures. The BSP data on internal debt are reported as outstanding levels as of the end of each month. The difference between two successive figures represents the increments or change in level during a specific month.

PART F. PRICES Data on prices of agricultural commodities are collected by the PSA. Various price indices, which the agency produces, are also presented in this section. These are the consumer price index, retail price index, general wholesale price index, and wholesale price index of construction materials. The inflation rates and the purchasing power of peso, which are computed based on the consumer price index, likewise appear in this section. On the other hand, data on world prices on selected commodities are provided by the BSP.

Data on the cash operations of the National Government are supplied by the Bureau of Treasury. The figures represent transactions made during the indicated months only.

PART G. MONEY AND BANKING All figures are cumulative levels recorded at the end of each month. The monthly increment, as a measure of activity within a specific month, is therefore the difference between two successive figures in the series. Data on money and banking are obtained from the BSP while data on shares and stocks are sourced from Philippine Stock Exchange, Incorporated.

VIII

SUMMARY OF MAJOR INDICATORS INDICATOR

Latest Month

Preceding Month

Percent Change

Same Month A Year Ago

Percent Change

(0.39)

Aug 2014

217

16.86

A. MONTHLY LEVELS

1. LRT Gross revenue collection‐Line 1 (million pesos)

Aug 2015

253

254

2. Visitor arrivals to the Philippines

Oct 2016

443,025

422,943

4.75

Oct 2015

412,185

7.48

3. Salary remittances of overseas Filipino workers (million US$)

Oct 2016

2,098.8

2,383.1

(11.93)

Oct 2015

2,163.6

(2.99)

4. Total merchandise imports (F.O.B. million US$)

Nov 2016

7,298.0

6,921.0

5.45

Nov 2015

6,095.0

19.74

5. Total merchandise exports (F.O.B. million US$)

Nov 2016

4,732.0

4,938.0

(4.17)

Nov 2015

5,118.0

(7.54)

6. Consumer price index (2006=100) All Items a. Philippines b. National Capital Region (NCR) c. Areas outside National Capital Region (AONCR)

Dec 2016 Dec 2016 Dec 2016

146.3 135.8 149.6

145.8 135.0 149.2

0.34 0.59 0.27

Dec 2015 Dec 2015 Dec 2015

142.6 132.2 145.8

2.59 2.72 2.61

7. Wholesale price index in the Philippines All Items

Oct 2016

230.9

227.6

1.45

Oct 2015

224.1

3.03

8. Wholesale price index in Luzon All Items

Oct 2016

235.2

231.3

1.69

Oct 2015

227.8

3.25

9. Wholesale price index in Visayas All Items

Oct 2016

218.1

216.3

0.83

Oct 2015

211.7

3.02

10. Wholesale price index in Mindanao All Items

Oct 2016

210.1

210.2

(0.05)

Oct 2015

207.9

1.06

11. Broad money (million P) (SRF‐Based)

Oct 2016

8,923,850

8,850,202

0.83

Oct 2015

7,887,061

13.15

IX

SUMMARY OF MAJOR INDICATORS

INDICATOR

Latest Year Period Total (1)

Year Ago Period

Total (2)

Percent Change (3)

Previous Year Jan‐Dec (4)

Ratio (1) / (4) (5)

B. CUMULATIVE LEVELS 1. LRT Gross revenue collection‐Line 1 (million pesos)

Jan‐Aug 2015

2,008

Jan‐Aug 2014

1,661

20.93

251

8.00

2. Visitor arrivals to the Philippines

Jan‐Oct 2016

4,908,017

Jan‐Oct 2015

4,395,812

11.65

5,360,682

0.92

3. Salary remittances of overseas Filipino workers (million US$)

Jan‐Oct 2016

22,124.2

Jan‐Oct 2015

20,777.0

6.48

25,606.8

0.86

4. Total merchandise imports (F.O.B. million US$)

Jan‐Nov 2016

73,725.0

Jan‐Oct 2015

57,339.2

28.58

69,679.2

1.06

5. Total merchandise exports (F.O.B. million US$)

Jan‐Nov 2016

51,360.2

Jan‐Oct 2015

48,992.9

4.83

58,770.9

0.87

6. Change in broad money (million P) (SRF‐Based)

Jan‐Oct 2016

(542,697)

Jan‐Oct 2015

(346,548)

56.60

8,426,170

(0.06)

7. National government cash operations (million P) a. Revenues b. Expenditures

Jan‐Nov 2016 Jan‐Nov 2016

4.38 13.74

2,108,956 2,230,645

0.96 1.02

2,030,588 2,265,781

Jan‐Nov 2015 Jan‐Nov2015

1,945,443 1,991,988

+sum(punta doon sa data tapos enter sum‐up

X

SPECIAL FEATURE 1. TOTAL APPROVED FOREIGN INVESTMENTS BY INVESTMENT PROMOTION AGENCY First Quarter 2015 to Third Quarter 2016 (in million pesos) 2015

Agency Q1 Authority of the Freeport Area of Bataan (AFAB) Board of Investment (BOI) Board of Investment ARMM (BOI ARMM) Clark Development Corporation (CDC) Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA) Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority SBMA) Total

Q2

2016 Q3

Q4

Q1

Q2

Q3

97.8

5.0

196.3

160.5

76.4

78.0

7.0

2,378.3

10,908.3

28,509.9

17,710.5

8,448.1

21,447.0

19,698.4





3,218.7



1,040.0





4,636.4

720.4

2,265.0

2,080.0

492.9

741.2

79.4

88.6

345.2

92.1

69.9

23.4

80.0

22.4

14,423.0

23,961.0

13,894.3

116,647.0

15,813.9

14,139.4

6,373.6

191.9

270.8

394.6

1,950.2

348.2

3,905.2

530.0

21,816.1

36,210.7

48,570.9

138,618.1

26,242.8

40,390.7

26,710.8

Note : Details may not add up to totals due to rounding Sources of basic data : Authority of the Freeport Area of Bataan (AFAB), Board of Investments (BOI), BOI‐Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (BOI‐ARMM), Clark Development Corporation (CDC), Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA), Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) (PEZA), and Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA)

XI

2.

TOTAL APPROVED FOREIGN INVESTMENTS BY COUNTRY OF INVESTOR First Quarter 2015 to Third Quarter 2016 (in million pesos) Country

2015

2016

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Q1

Q2

Q3

Australia British Virgin Islands Canada Cayman Islands China (PROC) Denmark France Germany Hongkong India Japan Others

91.5 1,518.9 100.3 ‐ 337.8 8.9 3.4 21.8 6.3 478.2 7,152.8 12,096.2

79.0 1,154.4 1.8 ‐ 203.6 8.9 ‐ ‐ 289.3 18.1 4,026.9 30,428.7

98.6 2,422.6 217.9 1,583.2 104.4 ‐ 15.1 1,253.9 112.9 43.8 4,089.6 38,628.8

269.1 529.7 9.7 2,845.3 809.3 3.0 3.0 1,789.0 1,725.7 1,220.4 39,441.9 89,972.0

272.8 12.8 52.0 42.5 190.1 1.6 220.9 119.7 380.1 30.8 4,363.1 20,556.4

181.1 2,953.3 894.8 1,123.5 186.8 4.4 1.3 3,000.7 272.2 808.1 7,074.6 23,889.9

206.6 17.3 51.2 24.2 155.3 ‐ 0.5 154.4 80.0 90.7 2,417.4 23,523.2

Total

21,816.1

36,210.7

48,570.9

138,618.1

26,242.8

40,390.7

26,710.8

Note : Details may not add up to totals due to rounding Sources of basic data : Authority of the Freeport Area of Bataan (AFAB), Board of Investments (BOI), BOI‐Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (BOI‐ARMM), Clark Development Corporation (CDC), Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA), pp Economic Zone Authorityy (PEZA), ( ), and Subic Bayy Metropolitan p ( ) Philippine Authorityy (SBMA)

XII

3.

TOTAL APPROVED FOREIGN INVESTMENTS BY INDUSTRY First Quarter 2015 to Third Quarter 2016 (in million pesos) 2015

Industry Q1 Agriculture, forestry and fishing Mining & Quarrying Manufacturing Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities Construction Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles Transportation and storage Accommodation and food food service activities Information and communication Financial and insurance activities Real estate activities Professional, scientific and technical activities Administrative and support service activities Public administration and defense; compulsory social security Education Human health and social work activities Arts, entertainment and recreation Other service activities Total

‐ ‐ 9,128.8 337.6 ‐ ‐

2016

Q2

Q3

5,146.3 ‐ 21,795.1 372.8

2,968.0 ‐ ‐ 7,855.4 27,687.0

‐ ‐

Q4

60.5 7.2

Q1

393.6 95,776.7 18,091.4 ‐ ‐

Q2

Q3

1,040.0 ‐ 9,819.6 6,641.3

1,400.0 ‐ 14,242.7 3,826.7

7.6 ‐ 5,061.0 13,205.3

‐ 2.0

‐ 7.7

1,675.5 2.9

196.4 908.9 4,337.1 231.2 55.1 2,346.2 1,416.2 2,853.1

111.4 2,679.5 118.5 908.4 66.8 2,047.3 2.4 2,193.5

1,070.3 582.4 93.3 738.8 37.6 2,653.7 19.6 3,593.3

339.7 1,511.7 1,179.6 1,265.1 81.3 2,832.2 1,429.8 14,250.6

160.7 1,792.2 8.8 713.3 60.4 510.4 0.1 5,404.3

134.8 8,416.9 3,986.7 115.6 52.8 1,936.7 4.4 6,222.3

1.0 3,537.3 38.4 259.9 77.6 552.9 ‐ 2,272.5

‐ ‐ ‐ 5.0 0.3

‐ ‐ ‐ 317.6 451.1

‐ ‐ 3.8 1,200.0 ‐

‐ 2.6 26.5 1,414.6 22.6

24.4 24 4 2.6 62.4 ‐ 0.3

9.4 94 1.5 0.1 ‐ 32.5

18.6 18 6 0.3 ‐ ‐ ‐

21,816.1

36,210.7

48,570.9

138,618.1

26,242.8

40,390.7

26,710.8

Note : Details may not add up to totals due to rounding Sources of basic data : Authority of the Freeport Area of Bataan (AFAB), Board of Investments (BOI), BOI‐Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (BOI‐ARMM), Clark Development Corporation (CDC), Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA), Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA), and Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA)

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A. PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION INDICATOR 1. Local Production of Forest and Mineral Products a. Logs (1,000 cu.m.) b. Mineral Products 1. Metallics a. Copper concentrate (DMT) b. Gold (kg) c. Silver (kg) d. Chromite (DMT) 2. Non‐metallics a. Coal (mt)

2015 Dec 1 ...

759

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

... ...

... ...

... ...

... ...

... ...

2016 Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

... ...

... ...

... ...

... ...

25,848 1,705 3,068 …

27,694 1,421 2,652 …

... ... ... ...

248,593 15,312 21,760 12,822

30,582 1,768 2,670 ‐

31,373 1,950 2,611 889

30,606 2,172 3,079 ‐

26,908 2,055 2,941 3,005

29,118 2,065 3,200 3,872

20,748 1,488 4,777 3,917

27,090 1,960 3,231 …

4,545

6,858,721

1,258,563

1,510,580

706,737

521,518

951,964

562,725

1,053,175

813,846

999,773

197.0 253.9 249.2 10.2 60.3 70.4 46.0 79.5 89.2 532.6 1.1 208.3 90.2 191.2 306.7 137.9 51.2 185.6 198.0 149.2 129.2 73.7

159.0 267.8 226.6 10.6 60.9 76.1 48.7 67.3 91.8 570.3 1.1 202.9 83.7 196.8 315.4 137.3 55.1 218.5 196.5 158.4 122.9 79.9

174.3 283.3 260.1 13.6 73.6 80.5 59.5 93.1 96.4 414.4 1.1 192.5 87.4 203.5 324.9 141.6 58.9 274.9 201.3 139.7 131.3 79.7

173.9 271.3 258.4 11.4 61.4 89.8 53.9 58.9 100.3 385.1 1.1 191.0 78.0 206.2 329.5 140.9 60.3 284.5 212.4 165.0 120.1 91.4

179.7 274.7 264.4 13.0 67.1 83.8 55.5 60.9 96.5 385.5 1.1 194.2 99.9 206.8 336.6 118.6 61.5 290.1 227.3 172.7 109.7 93.7

185.0 232.4 294.2 17.0 66.4 88.1 58.1 67.2 85.8 495.2 1.0 204.0 120.1 210.3 332.9 149.7 63.3 282.6 230.5 206.3 110.8 88.3

188.3 252.2 256.1 17.2 67.2 96.1 58.8 56.3 90.2 467.2 0.9 211.4 132.1 203.5 332.4 116.6 58.8 273.9 223.0 189.4 115.4 82.4

191.6 250.1 250.1 17.0 65.2 89.1 56.6 57.2 90.0 410.2 0.9 219.1 129.4 203.5 325.5 124.3 65.2 266.2 212.6 188.5 116.3 81.2

200.0 254.9 273.6 16.0 78.9 83.8 60.7 52.8 93.2 417.5 0.7 215.2 144.4 204.2 317.4 146.4 69.2 272.6 208.0 189.3 121.2 80.2

2. Index of value of production of key manufacturing enterprises by industry (2000=100) MANUFACTURING a. Food b. Beverage c. Tobacco d. Textile e. Footwear and wearing apparel f. Wood and wood products g. Furniture and fixtures h. Paper and paper products i. Publishing and printing j. Leather products k. Rubber products l. Petroleum products m. Non‐ metallic mineral products n. Cement o. Glass and glass products p. Miscellaneous non‐metallic minerals q. Basic metals r. Iron and steel s. Transport equipment t. Electrical machinery u. Miscellaneous manufactures

Total 2015

Oct

Nov

Average 199.4 253.4 261.6 15.5 60.0 115.3 53.4 90.6 89.9 410.2 7.1 185.2 93.7 214.0 344.5 152.8 56.0 226.3 206.0 147.2 120.6 75.0

176.6 224.6 234.8 13.6 73.3 93.8 55.2 89.0 92.1 446.7 6.6 214.4 128.1 207.0 330.4 154.5 55.4 232.3 217.5 148.2 122.3 81.7

Note : Details may not add up to totals due to rounding Sources : Forest Management Bureau, Mines and Geosciences Bureau, Department of Energy and Philippine Statistics Authority

A-1

210.8 302.8 259.0 181.1 65.8 89.6 59.1 59.4 98.7 445.9 0.8 208.5 142.9 200.2 317.5 128.8 65.3 266.1 192.4 205.5 109.6 84.0

221.9 317.9 271.4 18.1 65.9 88.0 57.7 61.2 98.4 456.6 0.8 215.5 152.3 195.1 297.7 158.9 66.1 253.6 201.4 221.2 117.8 85.4

Dec

A. PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION (concluded) 2015 Dec

INDICATOR 3. Index of volume of production of key manufacturing enterprises by industry (2000=100) MANUFACTURING a. Food b. Beverages c. Tobacco products d. Textile e. Footwear and wearing apparel f. Wood and wood products g. Furniture and fixtures h. Paper and paper products i. Publishing and printing j. Leather products k. Rubber and plastic products l. Petroleum products m. Non‐ metallic mineral products m.1 Cement m.2 Glass and glass products n. Miscellaneous non‐metallic minerals o. Basic metals p. Iron and steel q. Transport equipment r. Electrical machinery s. Miscellaneous manufactures

Total 2015

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

145.4 134.0 130.1 5.2 33.6 20.6 51.8 794.4 71.8 172.3 0.7 117.7 39.6 125.4 150.7 119.3 40.7 113.0 114.4 126.6 109.4 94.9

117.0 140.7 118.2 5.4 33.9 22.9 54.7 668.5 74.0 184.5 0.7 119.2 37.7 130.6 161.5 118.1 43.6 132.6 113.9 134.9 102.5 102.8

129.6 148.7 135.8 6.9 40.8 24.5 67.0 959.1 78.0 134.2 0.8 129.4 36.9 137.2 170.9 122.6 47.1 169.4 116.5 119.0 111.9 102.2

128.9 141.6 132.9 5.8 34.1 27.7 61.2 570.1 81.2 124.7 0.7 133.2 32.3 138.7 175.8 124.7 47.2 174.5 123.3 140.7 103.9 116.1

133.0 143.0 136.0 6.6 37.2 25.7 63.0 664.4 78.7 124.8 0.7 132.9 39.3 141.7 187.3 104.8 48.4 180.0 131.5 146.5 94.0 119.0

2016 Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

141.0 131.0 131.7 8.7 37.2 29.6 66.2 670.1 73.7 151.2 0.7 136.2 53.7 139.0 184.1 104.5 45.9 168.2 130.2 161.2 99.3 104.3

144.3 129.7 128.6 8.7 36.2 27.3 63.5 697.1 73.0 132.8 0.7 142.7 52.4 139.4 181.3 111.9 50.9 167.3 124.3 160.4 101.0 103.3

149.2 132.1 140.6 8.1 43.7 25.4 67.9 633.3 75.7 135.0 0.5 136.6 58.3 138.6 176.7 129.8 53.3 170.2 121.0 160.4 104.2 99.7

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Average 143.3 133.5 140.2 7.9 33.4 34.2 60.4 849.9 72.8 131.7 4.7 103.5 36.3 147.8 188.0 132.4 45.7 136.8 117.7 125.7 101.1 98.5

125.5 118.5 125.9 6.9 40.9 27.4 60.2 809.4 74.9 143.4 4.5 100.0 46.8 138.0 182.4 135.5 45.3 131.9 120.1 124.9 101.0 108.9

136.8 120.8 151.3 8.7 36.8 26.9 65.3 796.4 69.9 160.3 0.7 135.3 47.5 142.7 183.9 131.3 49.2 173.8 134.0 174.6 92.9 111.6

157.7 157.2 133.2 9.2 36.4 27.1 66.0 712.3 80.3 144.2 0.6 118.7 55.1 136.2 176.4 114.3 50.6 167.2 112.1 173.7 96.7 104.5

164.8 164.9 139.5 9.2 36.4 26.5 64.6 723.8 79.7 147.5 0.6 126.3 58.7 133.1 165.2 140.1 51.6 159.9 116.9 187.4 102.0 105.2

Source : Philippine Statistics Authority

B. SALES INDICATOR

2015 Dec

Total 2015

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

2016 Jun

Oct

Nov

1. Automotive Vehicle Sales

26,679

288,609

23,808

25,150

27,515

27,697

30,317

32,993

29,967

32,472

31,451

31,132

32,966

Passenger Cars Commercial Vehicles

10,461 16,218

116,381 172,228

8,632 15,176

9,819 15,331

11,345 16,170

9,920 17,777

10,893 19,424

11,951 21,042

11,230 18,737

11,136 21,336

12,110 19,341

11,499 19,633

12,143 20,823

Source : Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines, Inc.

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Dec

C. TRANSPORTATION AND TOURISM INDICATOR 1. Light Rail Transit Authority 1.1 Line 1 a. No. of passengers (million) b. Load factor (%) c. Gross revenue collection (million) 1.2 Line 2 a. No. of passengers (million) b. Load factor (%) c. Gross revenue collection (million) 2. Metro Rail Transport (Metrostar) a. Number of passengers (million) b. Load factor (%) c. Revenue (million) 3. Motor vehicle registration by classification 1. New 2. Renewal

2015 Dec

Total 2015

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

2016 Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

average … …

12 98



251

5 55

5 54

6 60

6 59

5 57

4 43

… …

… …

6 56

6 58

107

104

114

112

101

98





109

114

10

10

10

10

10

10

11

11

12

12

12

198

194

195

200

195

210

213

216

233

243

237

… … …

781,031 138,608 642,423

Sources : 1. Light Rail Transit Authority; 2. Metrostar Express; and 3. Land Transportation Office

C-1

Oct

Nov

Dec

C. TRANSPORTATION AND TOURISM (continued) INDICATOR 4. Domestic air transport a. Total no. of aircraft movement NCR CAR Region 1 Region 2 Region 3 Region 4 Region 5 Region 6 Region 7 Region 8 Region 9 Region 10 Region 11 Region 12 Caraga ARMM

2015 Dec

3,770 ‐ ‐ 2,908 186 ‐ ‐ 78 212 ‐ 112 8 ‐ 266 ‐ ‐ ‐

Total 2015

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

1,223,768 421,618 1,262 51,878 8,374 496,684 38,212 8,608 62,590 14,248 56,884 13,756 11,882 28,980 2,058 6,146 588

Source : Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines

C-2

May

2016 Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

C. TRANSPORTATION AND TOURISM (continued) INDICATOR b. Total no. of passenger movement NCR CAR Region 1 Region 2 Region 3 Region 4 Region 5 Region 6 Region 7 Region 8 Region 9 Region 10 Region 11 Region 12 Caraga ARMM c. Total no. of cargo movement (kilograms) NCR CAR Region 1 Region 2 Region 3 Region 4 Region 5 Region 6 Region 7 Region 8 Region 9 Region 10 Region 11 Region 12 Caraga ARMM

2015 Dec

57,734 ‐ ‐ 20,559 6,242 ‐ ‐ 2,552 24,881 ‐ 3,500 ‐ ‐ ‐ … ‐ ‐

Total 2015

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

45,714,290 26,841,727 1,750 239,329 257,513 13,599 1,749,224 712,473 5,677,122 918,042 961,258 1,101,146 1,478,422 4,194,415 779,483 567,575 221,212

‐ 622,324,534 ‐ 435,747,030 ‐ 1 280,384 2,933,350 88,510 3,003,436 ‐ 0 ‐ 15,458,412 6,826 2,919,804 224,524 28,780,822 ‐ 12,119,169 5,421 5,587,874 5,000 16,711,613 ‐ 28,597,254 ‐ 62,219,476 ‐ 1,994,735 … 5,618,241 … 1,243,982

Note : Data on cargo movement include loaded and unloaded cargo. Source : Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines

C-3

May

2016 Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

C. TRANSPORTATION AND TOURISM (concluded) INDICATOR 5. Visitor arrivals by country of residence a. ASEAN b. East Asia c. South Asia d. Middle East e. North America f. South America g. Western Europe h. Northern Europe i. Southern Europe j. Eastern Europe k. Eastern Mediterranean Europe l. Australasia/Pacific m. Africa n. Others & not specified residences o. Overseas Filipinos

2015 Dec

Total 2015

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

2016 Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

553,002 40,801 239,790 8,119 5,747 110,587 620 25,211 32,527 5,970 5,198 1,861 40,472 883

5,360,682 481,567 2,636,191 94,539 83,546 938,725 7,250 202,793 234,630 50,356 43,408 17,782 302,958 6,000

542,258 37,187 261,919 10,684 6,919 105,899 1,032 23,340 25,614 6,139 6,908 2,574 30,340 598

549,725 40,498 304,052 7,565 6,100 87,178 905 25,603 22,541 5,415 5,493 2,672 22,688 440

510,270 41,232 232,954 8,869 7,535 92,182 859 25,119 30,202 5,356 4,016 2,333 28,920 664

471,598 42,442 221,509 9,255 7,641 87,954 716 20,281 19,714 4,533 3,501 2,281 26,906 565

445,449 40,196 209,175 8,943 7,308 87,923 673 16,340 18,299 3,722 2,825 1,647 26,209 548

459,138 41,480 236,466 9,461 3,927 85,880 635 11,739 17,970 3,553 2,057 1,143 25,055 526

560,872 38,148 304,474 11,046 13,447 87,736 552 19,540 25,229 5,913 2,192 1,612 26,570 570

502,739 35,223 302,812 8,169 11,030 65,402 502 14,427 17,624 6,696 2,175 1,417 20,789 500

422,943 34,346 241,681 8,330 8,381 61,649 631 11,626 13,120 3,410 2,273 2,226 22,697 453

443,025 34,327 223,269 8,759 6,243 81,340 801 17,267 18,777 4,853 4,072 2,656 25,332 462

5,069 30,147

49,074 211,863

6,679 16,426

6,044 12,531

5,651 24,378

5,098 19,202

4,126 17,515

4,151 15,095

4,269 19,574

3,424 12,549

3,379 8,741

3,999 10,868

Source : Department of Tourism

C-4

Nov

Dec

D. EXTERNAL SECTOR INDICATOR

2015 Dec

1. Guiding rate average (P per US$) a. BSP rates 1. Buying rate 2. Selling rate b. PDS reference rate

46.980 47.480 47.230

2. Peso cross rates (End‐of‐period) (in P per unit of foreign currency) a. Japan Yen b. Euro Dollar c. Canada Dollar d. Brunei Dollar e. Australia Dollar f. Hongkong Dollar g. Singapore Dollar h. Malaysian Ringgit i. Thai Baht j. Indonesia Rupiah k. Saudi Rial

0.392 51.741 33.932 33.399 34.265 6.086 33.518 10.982 1.306 0.003 12.577

2016 Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

47.20 47.70 47.51

47.25 47.75 47.64

45.80 46.30 46.03

40.90 41.40 41.14

46.50 47.00 46.75

44.95 45.45 45.19

45.35 45.85 45.62

46.20 46.70 46.47

48.10 48.60 48.33

48.20 48.70 48.45

49.45 49.95 49.70

0.003 12.163

0.403 52.318 34.089 33.380 33.907 6.137 33.497 11.359 1.335 0.003 12.753

0.417 51.931 35.185 33.628 33.916 6.120 33.747 11.305 1.332 0.004 12.683

0.410 52.259 35.574 34.033 35.356 5.947 34.159 11.709 1.309 0.004 12.297

0.433 53.111 37.269 34.647 35.664 6.030 34.775 12.024 1.337 0.004 12.477

0.421 52.149 35.851 33.736 33.580 6.021 33.858 11.367 1.309 0.003 12.473

0.457 52.252 36.321 34.716 34.976 6.053 34.845 11.644 1.335 0.004 12.522

0.447 52.156 35.795 34.655 35.314 6.071 34.782 11.635 1.350 0.004 12.556

0.451 51.788 35.479 33.927 34.892 5.990 34.052 11.479 1.343 0.004 12.391

0.478 54.169 36.723 35.247 36.835 6.222 35.376 11.707 1.393 0.004 12.853

0.461 52.881 36.246 34.666 36.813 6.256 34.790 11.601 1.383 0.004 12.937

0.444 52.808 37.086 34.819 37.208 6.417 34.941 11.151 1.399 0.004 13.277

Average 15.7 92.1

15.4 93.8

15.2 90.5

15.3 90.6

15.3 90.5

15.2 90.0

15.2 90.4

15.0 88.2

15.0 87.6

14.8 86.3

14.6 85.6

1,997.3 1,549.8 447.5

2,097.9 1,628.6 469.3

2,361.8 1,851.5 510.2

2,213.2 1,733.2 480.0

2,188.4 1,739.9 448.5

2,334.0 1,867.1 466.9

2,130.9 1,693.7 437.1

2,319.0 1,839.3 479.6

2,383.1 1,916.8 466.3

2,098.8 1,658.6 440.2

4,187.0 1.3 1.6 6,825.0 101.4 123.5 (2,638.0)

4,310.0 1.3 1.6 5,414.0 100.6 122.5 (1,104.0)

4,611.0 15.6 18.9 6,358.0 22.1 26.9 (1,747.0)

4,254.2 1.1 1.4 6,560.0 19.5 23.7 (2,306.0)

4,715.0 1.4 1.7 6,736.0 23.7 28.9 (2,021.0)

4,754.0 16.0 19.5 6,853.0 23.5 28.6 (2,098.0)

4,673.0 16.6 20.3 6,732.0 23.9 29.1 (2,058.0)

4,975.0 17.3 21.0 6,927.0 24.6 29.9 (1,952.0)

5,211.0 18.5 22.6 7,101.0 25.9 31.5 (1,890.0)

4,938.0 18.9 23.0 6,921.0 26.2 31.9 (1,983.0)

Dec

Average

3. Effective exchange rate indices of the Peso (Dec 1980 = 100) a a. Nominal b. Real

15.4 89.7

4. Salary remittance of overseas Filipino workers (million U.S.$) b a. Land‐based b. Sea‐based

2,470.2 1,938.6 531.5

5. External trade (F.O.B. in million US$) a. Merchandise exports % of GNI (nominal) % of GDP (nominal) b. Merchandise imports % of GNI (nominal) % of GDP (nominal) c. Balance of trade

Total 2015

45.248 45.748 45.503

Average 0.377 50.424 35.422 33.182 34.142 5.886 33.135 11.646

25,117.8 19,298.6 5,819.2

4,660.0 58,770.9 17.5 17.4 21.3 21.2 6,245.0 69,679.2 23.0 20.7 28.0 25.1 (1,586.0) (10,910.3)

a

Starting 2014 ‐ the effective exchange rate indices using the revised methodology of geometric average and chained formulation became the official. Including resident aliens Sources : 1,2,3,4. Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas; 5. Philippine Statistics Authority

b

D-1

14.6 86.3

4,732.0 19.1 23.2 7,298.0 27.3 33.3 (2,566.0)

49.55 50.05 49.80

D. EXTERNAL SECTOR (continued) INDICATOR 6. Total value of merchandise imports by type of good (F.O.B. in million U.S.$) a. Machinery other than electric b. Mineral fuels, lubricants and related materials c. Base metals d. Cereals and cereal preparations e. Transport equipment f. Organic and inorganic chemicals g. Chemical materials and products h. Electric machinery, apparatus and appliances i. Textiles fibers (not manufactured into yarn, thread of fabrics) and waste silk j. Dairy products k. Manufactures of metals l. Textile yarn, fabrics, made‐up articles and related products m. Paper, paperboard and manufactures thereof n. Professional, scientific and controlling instruments; photographic and optical goods, watches & clocks o. Medicinal and pharmaceutical products p. Fish and fish preparation q. Miscellaneous manufactured articles r. Non‐metallic manufactures,n.e.s s. Dyeing, tanning and coloring materials t. Fertilizers, manufactured u. Others

2015 Dec

Total 2015

6,245.0 …

2016 Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

69,679.2 4,312.0

6,825.0

5,414.0

6,357.9

6,529.0

6,736.0

6,853.0

6,732.0

6,926.5

7,100.7

6,921.0

7,298.0



672.1



















649.3 … 73.6 340.2 57.2 49.4

7,486.2 1,058.5 1,740.6 5,730.3 1,193.3 938.0

697.4 1.0 140.6 687.9 117.7 90.6

420.9 161.5 111.2 505.5 103.3 79.8

591.9 … 113.9 690.4 127.5 103.3

694.5 … 118.3 668.2 123.0 103.4

640.0 … 145.3 703.6 111.4 104.3

768.0 … 90.9 714.0 131.6 93.8

626.0 … 106.2 584.6 125.8 104.0

607.1 … 106.6 870.5 145.4 115.0

705.6 … … 804.8 115.2 103.2

689.2 … 166.8 1,034.8 118.8 99.9

648.4 … 119.7 810.6 123.6 107.7



5,295.2























6.5 17.9 87.3

97.7 710.0 1,002.5

8.7 56.4 …

7.7 63.2 …

7.6 78.3 …

9.8 64.6 …

11.4 73.6 …

97.4 61.2 …

12.3 63.7 …

13.2 68.8 …

… 63.7 …

12.2 52.8 …

12.2 85.3 …

44.3

804.3

95.4

78.7

78.9

90.6

106.0

97.4

90.7

93.7

99.8

102.1

110.0

29.4

834.3



74.5

93.5













80.0

90.2

44.3 48.2 19.9 106.8 52.7 17.1 18.3 4,582.7

588.1 1,216.3 319.6 1,771.4 865.6 432.9 489.4 32,793.2

64.2 122.8 30.8 … 78.8 31.1 36.7 4,565.1

62.7 120.2 25.9 … … 25.9 40.8 2,860.2

78.8 119.1 29.2 162.4 83.7 31.3 31.1 3,937.3

68.9 115.9 20.0 190.5 97.3 32.1 34.6 4,097.3

64.3 120.6 34.5 185.9 101.7 35.9 27.0 4,270.6

66.5 127.5 24.8 210.8 103.6 38.9 30.0 4,196.5

83.8 111.7 44.6 209.0 91.3 37.4 50.6 4,384.7

68.0 132.0 43.3 264.7 97.3 37.9 31.6 4,231.6

86.3 139.8 25.0 248.0 102.0 39.2 50.7 4,517.4

71.3 102.9 34.5 200.5 90.2 31.0 15.8 4,018.2

69.9 133.6 38.7 246.4 116.5 35.2 37.7 4,512.3

D-2

Dec

D. EXTERNAL SECTOR (continued) INDICATOR 7. Total value of imports by country of origin (F.O.B. in million U.S.$) a. United States b. Japan c. European Union France Germany Netherlands United Kingdom 4 Italy d. Middle East Kuwait Saudi Arabia Bahrain e. ASEAN Countries Indonesia Malaysia 5 Singapore Thailand Vietnam Union of Myanmar (Burma) Cambodia (Democratic Kampuchea) Brunei Darussalam Lao People's Democratic Rep. f. People's Republic of China g. Other Countries Australia Canada Commonwealth of Independent States Hong Kong Romania South Korea Taiwan All Others

2015 Dec

Total 2015

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

2016 Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

6,245.0 415.8 482.3

69,679.2 7,337.7 6,384.1

6,825.0 606.5 727.8

5,414.0 519.3 671.7

6,357.9 574.3 764.7

6,560.0 553.7 751.4

6,736.1 572.4 709.5

6,852.9 530.5 852.2

6,731.6 572.8 825.9

6,926.5 636.0 807.8

7,100.7 646.0 855.9

6,921.0 614.9 844.7

7,298.0 606.5 812.5

24.5 83.7 27.0 … 15.2

1,036.6 2,510.1 388.6 288.9 425.6

186.1 135.4 43.8 … 41.6

48.8 124.5 37.8 … 37.3

51.5 128.9 42.3 43.9 31.1

115.6 131.5 43.4 45.8 31.5

41.3 136.8 40.9 37.0 41.2

39.3 155.4 41.4 49.2 39.7

35.6 150.1 42.8 38.1 45.5

47.3 149.6 45.6 … …

47.3 140.1 34.8 40.2 44.0

64.4 368.1 45.0 35.9 38.5

… 153.1 45.3 65.4 …

105.3 167.4 0.1

746.2 1,815.2 6.2

104.2 162.0 0.2

76.6 57.8 0.5

85.1 91.8 0.4

119.4 4.4 0.3

58.5 67.5 0.2

77.6 72.6 0.1

66.0 141.6 *

77.8 65.9 …

67.1 101.6 0.1

68.2 69.0 0.1

108.3 111.3 …

133.4 159.8 322.4 293.3 77.1 0.8 0.8 * * 689.5

2,928.9 3,046.1 4,677.9 4,282.3 1,179.5 17.1 12.9 6.1 0.1 10,832.0

241.4 279.3 437.2 491.2 159.9 2.5 2.0 * * 1,228.0

107.6 210.5 366.1 523.4 128.4 1.2 0.8 * * 867.3

305.0 269.8 428.8 620.0 169.0 2.1 1.2 1.2 0.3 1,039.7

325.7 274.8 439.7 496.4 150.5 2.3 2.2 1.9 … 1,317.8

412.3 273.0 435.1 545.0 166.1 1.2 0.9 0.3 * 1,374.5

365.9 280.5 457.3 531.9 153.2 1.9 1.1 1.0 * 1,287.1

277.3 250.8 444.2 514.1 150.3 0.9 1.2 0.7 … 1,287.2

464.3 304.8 410.5 512.0 157.9 … … … … 1,294.5

426.4 264.0 508.8 529.4 157.5 0.7 1.3 * 0.2 1,153.5

443.2 261.2 555.9 559.8 160.5 … … … … 1,484.1

18.5 11.1 … 108.8 0.2 … 256.0 2,852.0

775.7 370.9 335.6 1,818.0 5.3 3,267.4 5,260.6 9,923.8

45.4 48.9 … 240.4 0.4 492.7 464.8 683.2

89.8 34.1 … 117.7 4.9 309.2 351.2 727.5

65.9 27.4 … 170.5 0.4 447.2 402.1 593.3

86.1 28.9 7.6 194.5 0.2 407.9 389.2 637.5

81.0 35.7 3.5 211.1 0.4 448.4 440.3 602.0

61.8 28.3 25.1 200.1 0.5 444.5 490.3 664.4

58.3 28.1 14.4 203.8 0.6 486.0 453.0 642.2

65.0 … … 219.3 … 426.0 463.9 778.4

73.8 25.5 6.4 192.6 0.5 435.1 446.8 549.6

65.7 … … 247.7 … 450.9 405.1 696.2

D-3

403.4 315.7 442.8 568.5 162.4 1.3 2.1 13.8 0.1 1,392.8 76.2 34.7 20.4 196.4 0.5 422.6 398.8 671.2

Dec

D. EXTERNAL SECTOR (continued) INDICATOR 8. Total value of merchandise exports (F.O.B. in million U.S.$) a. Logs and lumber b. Copper concentrates c. Sugar 1 d. Coconut oil e. Plywood f. Dessicated coconut g. Bananas (fresh) h. Gold 2 i. Copra‐oil cake or meal j. Abaca unmanufactured k. Pineapple and pineapple products l. Molasses inedible m. Portland cement n. Veneer sheets & corestock o. Unmanufactured Tobacco p. Iron ore agglomerates (sinters) q. Shrimps & prawns,fresh,chilled/frozen r. Woodcraft and furniture s. Chromium ore t. Electronics and components: Others New coverage (starting Jan 2003) Components/devices (semiconductors) Electronic data processing Office equipment Consumer electronics Telecommunications Communication/radar Control and instrumentation Medical/industrial instrumentation Automotive electronics u. Articles of apparel and clothing accessories v. Cordage, cable, rope & twine w. Footwear 3 x. Tuna y. Coffee not roasted, raw or green z. Petroleum products 4 aa. Others 1 2

Includes crude and refined Extracted from copper ores & concentrates

2015 Dec

Total 2015

2016

4,660.0 1.5 68.9 ‐ 48.9 … 9.6 24.5 28.4 5.2 … 60.7 … … … 4.9 4.2 2.0 250.9 … 2,528.9

4,187.0 2.6 28.5 48.7 60.6 … 9.7 36.3 54.4 2.9 … 60.9 … … … 4.2 9.6 1.5 236.5 … 2,141.7

1,698.8 508.8 43.4 51.8 138.4 29.8 41.1 7.4 9.4

58,770.9 30.7 580.4 26.7 1,095.3 0.3 158.9 433.4 343.7 69.8 6.0 539.9 3.4 1.2 0.9 103.0 93.7 29.4 3,042.1 10.7 28,254.8 ‐ ‐ 20,698.5 4,688.7 644.5 443.9 535.3 354.5 581.4 195.8 112.2

89.0 … 2.9 19.3 … 36.2 1,474.1

1,441.4 49.0 51.6 20.8 0.1 252.2 22,131.4

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

4,310.0 … … 34.7 79.7 … 8.1 50.4 39.9 4.5 … 61.4 … … … 3.2 6.7 1.5 262.3 … 2,130.6

4,611.3 … 57.1 … 48.7 … 8.8 50.6 74.0 3.8 … 63.6 … … … 9.3 7.6 0.7 332.8 … 2,355.6

4,254.2 … 7.4 0.1 62.3 … 8.6 50.6 4.3 3.1 … 62.3 … … … 9.0 10.0 1.2 257.1 … 2,257.6

4,711.0 … 46.2 … 63.6 … 9.1 44.7 48.8 6.3 … 42.7 … … … 3.3 6.8 1.7 303.7 … 2,263.1

4,754.4 … 24.6 … 105.0 0.1 13.0 36.7 79.2 2.4 … 56.6 … … … 2.7 11.9 2.3 274.3 … 2,429.1

4,673.2 2.0 54.9 … 131.8 … 26.8 57.7 43.0 4.8 … 50.9 … … … 3.8 5.8 5.1 224.9 0.3 2,400.5

4,904.0 2.1 45.3 … 97.4 … 18.4 45.3 52.0 6.9 … 61.9 … … … 10.4 16.6 5.8 254.6 … 2,633.5

5,210.7 2.0 48.3 0.1 85.2 … 33.6 78.5 35.7 4.2 … 56.3 … … … 14.0 … 7.4 278.9 … 2,669.7

4,757.9 2.3 48.2 … 153.1 … 17.9 54.4 31.2 3.2 … 25.1 … … … 10.7 … 5.8 241.9 2.1 2,493.9

4,732.4 2.2 19.5 0.4 129.1 … 17.3 51.3 47.1 3.2 … 24.9 … … … 5.1 … 5.6 230.7 1.3 2,546.9

1,476.3 435.9 29.0 43.9 61.0 31.7 46.6 9.7 7.6

1,496.3 380.8 13.8 51.7 86.8 33.0 49.6 9.1 9.6

1,644.7 393.8 24.9 72.0 80.2 40.3 48.9 9.8 40.9

1,624.5 341.8 23.5 22.9 35.9 40.8 58.4 10.1 9.6

1,574.2 436.9 68.5 28.6 49.3 32.6 52.1 12.1 8.8

1,715.4 433.9 16.0 88.6 61.7 39.5 56.8 10.4 6.9

1,698.6 439.2 22.1 37.3 79.8 43.9 60.0 8.8 10.8

1,911.8 453.2 19.2 32.7 83.1 48.0 64.4 9.4 11.7

1,944.7 489.4 21.2 17.6 74.4 44.9 54.6 11.8 11.0

1,708.5 497.8 36.8 62.7 55.4 41.5 69.5 10.4 11.2

1,764.5 494.1 37.7 54.0 73.3 32.4 69.8 9.9 11.3

86.6 … 4.1 14.9 … 10.0 1,373.4

83.0 … 3.0 13.8 … … 1,479.9

92.4 … 2.2 19.5 … 8.8 1,475.8

95.1 … 3.3 4.5 … 0.4 1,417.4

78.0 … 3.0 14.9 … 18.6 1,756.5

89.7 … 3.5 23.0 … 36.7 1,563.9

100.8 … 3.6 28.1 … 17.4 1,511.2

91.4 … 4.4 20.3 … 13.1 1,526.5

96.3 … 4.5 27.8 … 23.5 1,744.7

68.4 … 5.3 25.0 … 5.4 1,564.2

71.0 … 5.3 20.9 … 19.2 1,531.4

3 Includes fresh, frozen, prepared or preserved in airtight containers 4 includes refined petroleum products, manufacture

Notes : Details may not add up to totals due to rounding. Preliminary results

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Dec

D. EXTERNAL SECTOR (concluded) INDICATOR 9. Total value of exports by country of destination (F.O.B. in million U.S.$) a. United States 2/ b. Japan 1/ c. European Union France Germany Netherlands United Kingdom Italy d. Middle East Kuwait Saudi Arabia Bahrain e. ASEAN Countries Indonesia Malaysia 3/ Singapore Thailand Vietnam Union of Myanmar (Burma) Cambodia (Democratic Kampuchea) Brunei Darussalam Lao People's Democratic Rep. f. People's Republic of China g. Other Countries Australia Canada Commonwealth of Independent States Hong Kong Romania South Korea Taiwan All Others 1/ 2/ 3/

2015 Dec

Total 2015

4,660.0

58,770.9 8,745.3

2016 Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

4,187.0

4,310.0

4,611.3

4,254.2

4,714.7

4,754.4

4,673.2

4,904.0

5,210.7

4,938.3

4,732.4

743.0 939.6

672.5 991.4

704.3 850.7

709.0 1,034.7

740.9 980.5

777.0 909.5

738.8 1,001.7

737.2 1,118.3

758.3 1,018.9

655.5 898.8

696.6 939.2

12,381.2

698.9 950.5

40.4 302.8 95.7 … 10.2

415.9 2,646.4 1,772.0 408.0 187.1

37.9 179.5 139.5 37.2 83.4

51.3 187.3 145.5 33.4 16.6

60.5 187.2 125.3 38.0 8.8

57.4 189.6 146.2 42.0 17.3

54.0 182.6 140.9 41.1 10.2

61.2 203.0 131.6 39.0 19.8

67.3 213.1 169.7 47.1 8.7

76.3 202.7 147.5 46.0 …

73.8 221.6 133.8 43.4 11.7

60.3 181.0 158.2 37.6 14.9

63.5 169.1 130.3 32.3 …

3.0 6.9 0.6

33.1 73.0 9.1

2.0 5.6 0.5

2.7 6.4 0.3

4.1 7.5 1.9

4.7 8.8 0.4

4.2 6.1 0.4

3.8 7.0 0.4

3.2 5.3 0.6

… … …

4.2 7.4 0.5

3.4 7.9 0.6

… … …

56.9 111.7 303.3 179.9 70.5 1.5 1.1 0.8 0.1 422.1

628.2 1,198.6 3,375.1 2,263.4 727.1 34.1 8.6 11.6 15.7 6,393.0

43.3 81.3 278.7 170.5 53.1 1.2 0.9 1.0 0.7 405.7

78.4 81.5 289.0 161.6 53.4 2.0 0.8 0.7 0.6 392.9

47.3 87.1 299.6 178.9 72.1 2.0 1.1 0.7 * 457.4

45.6 105.3 349.5 158.1 57.6 1.1 0.9 1.1 * 416.1

66.4 86.8 276.4 175.9 54.0 1.3 1.0 0.6 * 493.4

31.5 99.7 315.5 174.6 50.4 1.2 1.0 0.5 * 536.1

48.7 98.9 311.3 163.8 53.1 0.9 1.0 0.6 0.1 520.9

39.1 92.6 346.3 186.0 60.4 … … … … 558.4

48.3 100.9 326.7 205.4 64.0 1.3 1.4 0.7 … 633.4

52.2 111.2 317.9 180.6 76.2 1.4 1.7 0.7 * 592.5

49.8 112.1 307.0 201.6 77.1 … … … … 555.0

34.7 39.6 … 574.9 1.9 202.3 171.8 (4,268.7)

451.2 563.5 39.1 6,199.5 47.8 2,308.9 2,177.1 996.8

29.7 45.7 … 438.8 2.2 148.3 136.6 640.5

29.1 37.6 … 421.1 2.2 186.4 139.7 307.0

38.1 44.1 … 574.7 2.5 188.7 159.3 360.6

35.4 41.9 … 472.0 1.5 2.3 140.4 404.0

32.3 38.6 … 514.4 2.5 160.8 164.0 462.9

37.9 52.7 3.5 589.4 3.2 154.6 175.3 340.1

45.5 48.8 4.0 562.3 2.4 154.7 180.2 274.3

36.4 47.6 … 635.5 … 169.2 189.6 329.9

36.6 43.9 … 590.9 3.8 166.3 191.9 443.3

29.7 45.2 4.9 542.7 2.3 220.5 189.5 328.0

32.6 … … 615.4 … 212.4 188.6 431.4

Includes Okinawa Includes Alaska and Hawaii Includes Sabah and Sarawak

Notes : Details may not add up to totals due to rounding. Preliminary results Source : Philippine Statistics Authority

D-5

Dec

E. EMPLOYMENT INDICATOR

2015 Dec

Total 2015

2016 Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

38 129 167 126 118 1 ‐ ‐ ‐ 6 ‐ 1

38 146 184 141 131 1 ‐ ‐ ‐ 8 ‐ 1

38 167 205 159 147 1 ‐ ‐ ‐ 11 ‐ ‐

‐ 10 10 5 5 ‐ ‐ ‐ 1,117 69,272

‐ 13 13 159 147 1 ‐ ‐ 1,251 98,228

1. Strike notices a. Cases pending, beginning b. New notices filed c. Cases handled d. Cases disposed 1. Settled 2. Assumed jurisdiction by the Secretary 3. Certified for compulsory arbitration 4. Treated as Preventive Mediation Case 5. Other Modes of Disposition 4. Materialized into actual strike/lockout 5. Subsumed/Consolidated to AJ/CCA 6. Others

32 7 ‐‐‐ 15 14 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐

533 529 1,004 481 458 ‐ 3 ‐ ‐ 7 2 5

38 11 49 11 11 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐

38 14 52 14 14 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐

38 16 54 6 6 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐

48 12 60 21 20 1 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐

39 11 50 13 11 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 2 1 ‐

37 16 53 15 13 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 1 ‐ 1

38 19 57 12 11 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 1 ‐ ‐

38 115 153 111 103 1 ‐ ‐ ‐ 6 ‐ 1

2. Actual strikes a. Cases pending, beginning b. New strikes declared c. Cases handled d. Work normalized (Cases Disposed) 1. Settled 2. Assumed jurisdiction by the Secretary 3. Certified for compulsory arbitration 4. Other Modes of Disposition e. Workers involved f. Mandays lost to date

‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐

5 5 16 13 13 ‐ ‐ ‐ 2,110 10,806

‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐

‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐

‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐

‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐

‐ 2 2 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 175 11,675

2 1 3 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 217 1,736

3 2 5 2 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 146 1,846

‐ 7 7 ‐ 3 ‐ ‐ ‐ 62,638 22,969

Source : National Conciliation and Mediation Board

E-1

‐ 8 4 ‐ 4 ‐ ‐ ‐ 675 30,579

Dec

F. PRICES INDICATOR 1. Headline inflation rate (2006 = 100) a. Philippines b. National Capital Region c. Areas outside National Capital Region 2. Purchasing power of peso (2006 = 100) a. Philippines b. National Capital Region c. Areas outside National Capital Region 3. Consumer price index in the Philippines ALL ITEMS (2006=100) a. Food and non‐alcoholic beverages b. Alcoholic beverages and tobacco c. Clothing and footwear d. Housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels e. Furnishing, household equipment and routine maintenance of the house f. Health g. Transport h. Communication i. Recreation and culture j. Education k. Restaurants and miscellaneous goods and services 4. Consumer price index in the National Capital Region ALL ITEMS (2006=100) a. Food and non‐alcoholic beverages b. Alcoholic beverages and tobacco c. Clothing and footwear d. Housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels e. Furnishing, household equipment and routine maintenance of the house f. Health g. Transport h. Communication i. Recreation and culture j. Education k. Restaurants and miscellaneous goods and services 5. Consumer price index in areas outside NCR ALL ITEMS (2006=100) a. Food and non‐alcoholic beverages b. Alcoholic beverages and tobacco c. Clothing and footwear d. Housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels e. Furnishing, household equipment and routine maintenance of the house f. Health g. Transport h. Communication i. Recreation and culture j. Education k. Restaurants and miscellaneous goods and services

v

2015 Dec

Average 2015

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

2016 Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

1.5 1.1 1.5

1.4 1.0 1.5

1.3 0.6 1.5

0.9 0.1 1.2

1.1 0.2 1.3

1.1 0.4 1.3

1.6 1.0 1.7

1.9 1.1 2.1

1.9 1.0 2.1

1.8 1.2 2.0

2.3 2.0 2.4

2.3 2.1 2.4

2.5 2.0 2.6

2.6 2.7 2.6

0.7 0.8 0.7

0.7 0.8 0.7

0.7 0.8 0.7

0.7 0.8 0.7

0.7 0.8 0.7

0.7 0.8 0.7

0.7 0.8 0.7

0.7 0.8 0.7

0.7 0.7 0.7

0.7 0.7 0.7

0.7 0.7 0.7

0.7 0.7 0.7

0.7 0.7 0.7

0.7 0.7 0.7

142.6 159.0 186.4 137.5 128.3

141.5 157.3 182.4 136.3 129.1

142.9 160.1 188.2 137.8 128.0

142.5 159.2 189.4 138.0 128.2

142.6 158.8 190.3 138.1 128.1

142.9 159.0 190.9 138.4 128.8

143.4 160.0 191.9 139.2 128.6

144.0 160.9 192.5 139.6 128.9

144.2 161.2 193.0 139.9 129.1

144.3 161.4 193.6 140.2 129.0

144.6 162.1 194.1 140.3 129.0

144.9 162.8 194.3 140.6 129.1

145.8 164.4 196.9 140.8 129.6

146.3 164.7 198.1 141.0 130.0

131.7 140.4 128.8 92.7 115.9 158.1 131.2

130.9 139.3 127.6 92.7 115.3 155.8 130.2

132.0 140.9 127.7 92.7 115.9 158.1 131.3

132.2 141.3 126.5 92.7 116.1 158.1 131.6

132.3 141.4 127.5 92.7 116.2 158.1 132.2

132.5 141.8 127.5 92.7 116.5 158.1 132.5

132.9 142.2 128.0 92.8 116.8 158.1 132.6

133.3 142.5 128.0 92.8 117.3 160.9 133.0

133.6 142.9 127.8 92.8 117.5 160.9 133.2

134.0 143.2 127.4 92.8 117.5 160.9 133.4

134.2 143.4 127.7 92.8 117.6 160.9 133.5

134.4 143.6 128.0 92.8 117.7 160.9 133.7

134.6 143.8 128.3 92.8 117.7 161.0 133.7

134.8 143.9 131.3 92.8 117.9 161.0 134.0

132.2 150.7 156.5 142.3 121.4

131.8 148.1 156.0 141.5 123.1

132.0 150.7 158.4 142.8 120.4

132.1 150.4 158.7 143.0 121.2

131.9 149.7 159.1 143.0 120.7

132.3 150.2 159.7 143.2 121.5

132.7 151.7 161.3 145.4 120.7

133.0 152.4 162.2 145.5 120.6

133.4 152.9 163.8 145.6 121.2

133.6 153.7 163.9 146.2 120.8

134.1 155.2 163.9 146.2 120.8

134.5 156.7 164.1 146.5 120.6

135.0 158.2 164.8 146.5 120.7

135.8 159.7 165.7 146.6 121.0

126.5 6.5 147.1 116.9 94.3 120.3 163.0 123.6

126.4 6.4 146.2 116.8 94.2 119.5 159.5 123.5

126.8 6.8 147.2 116.3 94.3 120.3 163.0 123.6

126.8 6.8 147.3 115.5 94.3 120.7 163.0 123.9

126.8 6.8 147.3 116.1 94.3 120.7 163.0 124.6

127.0 7.0 147.9 115.5 94.4 121.3 163.0 124.8

127.1 7. 148.0 116.1 94.4 122.1 163.0 124.8

127.2 7. 148.1 116.1 94.4 123.4 167.3 124.8

127.2 7. 148.2 115.9 94.4 124.2 167.3 124.9

128.5 8.5 148.3 115.7 94.4 124.2 167.3 125.0

128.6 8.6 148.6 116.0 94.4 124.3 167.3 125.1

128.8 8.8 148.7 116.3 94.4 124.4 167.3 125.1

128.8 8.8 148.8 116.6 94.4 124.4 167.3 125.1

128.8 8.8 148.8 119.4 94.4 124.4 167.3 125.5

145.8 160.8 192.4 135.9 131.4

144.6 159.2 187.7 134.5 131.8

146.3 162.1 194.2 136.2 131.4

145.8 161.0 195.6 136.4 131.4

145.9 160.7 196.5 136.5 131.5

146.2 160.9 197.2 136.8 132.1

146.7 161.7 198.0 137.1 132.2

147.4 162.7 198.6 137.6 132.7

147.6 163.0 198.9 138.0 132.7

147.6 163.0 199.6 138.2 132.7

147.9 163.6 200.1 138.4 132.7

148.2 164.1 200.4 138.7 132.9

149.2 165.7 203.3 138.9 133.6

149.6 165.8 204.6 139.2 134.0

133.5 138.6 132.5 92.0 114.3 156.7 134.5

132.5 137.4 130.9 91.9 113.9 154.7 133.1

133.9 139.2 131.2 92.0 114.4 156.7 134.6

134.1 139.6 130.0 91.9 114.5 156.7 134.9

134.2 139.8 131.0 91.9 114.6 156.7 135.5

134.5 140.1 131.2 91.9 114.8 156.7 135.8

135.0 140.6 131.7 92.0 115.0 156.7 136.0

135.4 141.0 131.7 92.0 115.1 159.1 136.6

135.8 141.5 131.5 92.0 115.1 159.1 136.8

135.9 141.8 131.1 92.0 115.2 159.1 137.1

136.2 142.0 131.4 92.0 115.2 159.1 137.2

136.4 142.2 131.6 92.0 115.3 159.1 137.4

136.7 142.4 132.0 92.0 115.4 159.2 137.5

136.9 142.6 135.0 92.0 115.6 159.2 137.7

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F. PRICES (continued) INDICATOR 6. Consumer price index by region (2006=100) a. All items 1. Philippines 2. National Capital Region (NCR) 3. Areas Outside NCR Cordillera Autonomous Region Region 1‐ Ilocos Region 2‐ Cagayan Valley Region 3‐ Central Luzon Region 4A‐ CALABARZON Region 4B‐ MIMAROPA Region 5‐ Bicol Region 6‐ Western Visayas a/ Region 7‐ Central Visayas b/ Region 8‐ Eastern Visayas Region 9‐ Zamboanga Peninsula Region 10‐ Northern Mindanao Region 11‐ Davao Region 12‐ SOCCSKSARGEN Caraga ARMM NIR ‐ Negros Island Region c/ b. Food and non‐alcoholic beverages 1. Philippines 2. National Capital Region (NCR) 3. Areas Outside NCR Cordillera Autonomous Region Region 1‐ Ilocos Region 2‐ Cagayan Valley Region 3‐ Central Luzon Region 4A‐ CALABARZON Region 4B‐ MIMAROPA Region 5‐ Bicol Region 6‐ Western Visayas a/ Region 7‐ Central Visayas b/ Region 8‐ Eastern Visayas Region 9‐ Zamboanga Peninsula Region 10‐ Northern Mindanao Region 11‐ Davao Region 12‐ SOCCSKSARGEN Caraga ARMM NIR ‐ Negros Island Region c/

v

2015 Dec

Average 2015



142.6 132.2 145.8 141.0 135.7 145.5 143.4 140.6 145.6 145.4 148.7 146.0 152.7 155.0 153.1 150.6 151.7 160.8 158.5 145.4

141.5 131.8 144.6 139.4 134.3 143.9 142.1 139.7 144.8 145.6 147.8 143.9 151.9 153.6 152.9 149.0 150.6 159.6 156.4 145.1

159.0 150.7 160.8 154.7 150.6 160.3 157.0 159.8 162.9 161.6 161.8 157.5 170.5 163.8 164.6 166.6 159.0 168.1 178.1 158.9

157.3 148.1 159.2 152.0 147.5 157.8 154.3 157.5 161.6 163.0 160.5 155.6 169.8 163.3 165.6 165.7 158.3 167.4 175.1 158.2

Jan

2016 Jun

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

142.9 132.0 146.3 141.1 136.4 146.7 143.6 141.2 146.8 146.3 152.1 145.8 152.6 157.4 153.1 151.7 152.0 161.1 158.2 145.2

142.5 132.1 145.8 140.9 136.3 146.3 142.9 140.2 147.0 146.0 151.7 145.7 152.6 156.9 152.9 151.4 152.0 161.4 159.1 145.0

142.6 131.9 145.9 141.1 136.1 146.1 143.0 139.9 147.1 145.9 151.4 146.6 152.6 157.0 153.2 152.2 152.7 161.5 159.2 145.2

142.9 132.3 146.2 140.9 135.9 146.5 143.1 140.0 147.1 145.9 151.4 147.1 152.5 157.4 154.0 153.4 154.1 162.0 159.6 145.4

143.4 132.7 146.7 140.9 136.2 147.2 144.0 140.2 147.4 146.4 151.8 147.5 152.9 158.2 154.6 153.6 154.9 162.6 160.5 146.6

144.0 133.0 147.4 141.6 136.4 147.8 145.2 140.6 147.7 146.8 152.7 148.3 153.5 158.5 155.5 154.6 156.3 162.6 160.9 147.1

144.2 133.4 147.6 142.4 136.5 148.1 145.6 140.8 147.7 146.7 153.2 148.1 153.8 158.4 155.9 154.8 156.3 162.9 161.4 147.2

144.3 133.6 147.6 141.2 136.4 147.9 145.7 140.7 147.8 147.2 153.2 148.4 154.3 158.5 155.9 154.4 156.7 163.0 161.8 147.3

160.1 150.7 162.1 155.0 151.3 162.2 158.1 162.2 164.5 163.2 164.0 158.5 370.5 165.3 165.0 168.7 159.3 168.8 178.7 145.2

159.2 150.4 161.0 154.2 151.1 160.8 156.4 159.4 164.9 161.6 162.9 158.1 170.4 165.1 164.6 168.5 159.2 169.6 179.3 159.4

158.8 149.7 160.7 154.6 150.1 159.8 156.1 158.0 164.9 160.5 162.2 159.5 170.1 164.7 165.1 169.1 160.4 169.6 179.3 159.5

159.0 150.2 160.9 153.5 149.6 159.8 156.1 157.6 164.6 160.1 162.1 160.4 169.8 165.4 165.9 170.8 162.5 170.2 179.8 159.7

160.0 151.7 161.7 153.4 150.0 161.0 157.1 158.0 165.0 161.1 162.5 161.0 170.3 166.5 166.5 170.9 164.8 171.1 180.9 162.0

160.9 152.4 162.7 154.6 150.4 162.3 158.5 158.8 165.4 161.7 164.3 162.0 171.2 166.8 167.6 172.1 165.8 171.6 181.6 163.1

161.2 152.9 163.0 156.1 150.6 163.1 159.3 158.6 165.4 161.6 165.5 161.4 171.5 166.6 168.3 172.5 166.3 171.9 182.4 163.7

161.4 153.7 163.0 154.4 150.4 162.8 159.0 158.8 165.7 162.4 165.7 161.6 172.1 166.5 168.2 171.7 166.5 172.1 182.9 163.8

a/ ‐ Excludes the province of Negros Occidental b/ ‐ Excludes the province of Negros Oriental c/ ‐ Consists of provinces of Negros Occidental and Negros Oriental

F-2

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

144.6 134.1 147.9 142.3 136.7 148.2 146.3 141.1 148.3 147.7 153.3 148.8 154.7 158.3 155.7 154.0 156.6 163.4 161.8 147.3

144.9 134.5 148.2 142.7 136.9 148.4 146.8 141.3 148.6 148.5 153.6 149.3 154.9 158.6 156.1 154.2 156.2 163.5 162.4 147.7

145.8 135.0 149.2 144.4 138.2 152.8 148.2 142.4 148.6 149.3 154.2 149.5 155.6 158.8 156.0 155.0 156.0 163.5 162.9 148.7

146.3 135.8 149.6 144.2 138.2 152.6 148.5 142.7 148.9 150.1 154.6 149.9 156.2 159.6 156.8 155.8 156.1 164.2 163.5 150.2

162.1 155.2 163.6 156.5 150.8 163.1 160.3 159.8 166.7 163.6 165.8 162.0 172.5 165.7 168.1 171.1 165.9 172.5 183.0 164.1

162.8 156.7 164.1 157.0 151.1 163.1 161.0 160.3 167.2 165.0 166.1 162.3 173.1 166.2 168.3 171.5 165.7 173.0 183.8 164.7

164.4 158.2 165.7 161.1 154.2 172.2 163.4 162.6 167.0 166.7 167.0 162.7 174.1 166.3 167.3 170.9 164.7 173.0 184.3 166.4

164.7 159.7 165.8 160.2 153.8 170.0 163.0 163.0 167.0 167.7 166.5 162.9 174.5 166.8 167.3 171.4 164.7 173.2 185.0 168.5

F. PRICES (continued) INDICATOR 7. Consumer price index of food and non‐alcoholic beverages in NCR : (2006=100) a. Food (1) Bread and Cereals i. Rice ii.Corn iii.Other Cereals, Flour, Cereal Preparation, Bread Pasta and Other Bakery Products (2) Meat (3.) Fish (4.) Milk, cheese and eggs (5.) Oils and fats (6.) Fruit (7.) Vegetables (8.) Sugar, jam, honey, chocolate and confectionery (9.) Food products and n.e.c. b. Non‐alcoholic beverages 8. General wholesale price index in Philippines (1998=100) ALL ITEMS a. Food b. Beverages and tobacco c. Crude materials, inedible, except fuels d. Mineral fuels, lubricants and related materials e. Chemicals including animal and bl oils il and d ffats vegetable f. Manufactured goods classified chiefly by materials g. Machinery and transport equipment h. Miscellaneous manufactured articles

v

2015 Dec

Average 2015

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

2016 Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

150.7 152.7 171.0 179.8 241.5

148.1 150.0 170.4 179.8 198.2

150.7 152.8 170.0 178.1 174.4

150.4 152.4 169.7 177.3 243.4

149.7 151.6 169.7 177.3 248.2

150.2 152.1 169.2 175.3 260.6

151.7 153.7 169.8 175.7 257.7

152.4 154.4 171.2 177.4 268.6

152.9 155.0 172.5 178.9 282.5

153.7 155.8 173.0 179.9 271.1

155.2 157.4 173.3 180.4 270.7

156.7 159.1 174.5 181.6 296.3

158.2 160.7 175.0 181.9 321.4

159.7 162.3 175.1 181.4 347.8

153.9 139.6 144.3 140.2 197.5 157.3 161.3 126.8 146.4 150.7

153.7 137.3 141.3 140.2 197.4 153.0 146.1 125.7 150.0 131.4

154.0 139.7 146.2 140.2 197.0 158.1 161.4 127.3 146.2 150.7

154.4 140.3 148.2 140.6 197.2 156.2 153.5 127.6 146.4 128.1

154.3 139.5 147.8 141.2 196.2 160.2 144.0 130.3 145.9 128.4

155.9 139.6 146.5 141.2 199.1 166.7 146.9 130.5 149.1 128.5

156.8 142.0 148.8 141.3 202.5 163.9 152.2 131.0 149.4 129.0

157.4 141.9 149.4 141.6 205.5 162.2 155.7 131.6 149.3 129.1

157.9 142.8 149.5 142.2 207.0 161.2 155.7 132.2 148.2 129.5

157.9 142.5 151.0 142.7 207.9 167.9 156.6 132.4 147.2 129.5

158.0 141.8 149.8 143.2 209.0 179.5 168.2 132.6 146.8 129.5

158.3 142.1 151.8 143.2 209.5 181.4 177.5 132.6 148.2 129.7

158.3 142.8 153.6 143.1 210.1 183.7 186.8 132.6 149.2 129.7

158.6 144.0 160.9 143.4 211.2 185.1 187.2 132.8 151.5 129.7

221.8 226.9 249.1 229.9

223.7 221.3 246.0 223.3

219.1 224.6 250.1 235.4

220.4 227.2 250.4 247.8

221.7 227.3 250.5 268.0

223.5 225.6 251.2 277.7

225.8 227.5 251.2 267.1

227.5 229.3 251.6 271.2

226.9 229.4 251.6 266.7

226.2 229.8 252.3 261.7

227.6 229.8 252.3 264.7

230.9 231.5 252.3 264.3

400.3

454.4

375.6

374.8

385.6

402.4

425.5

435.4

428.0

421.0

429.4

448.8

209 4 209.4

207 5 207.5

209 6 209.6

211 8 211.8

209 5 209.5

217 0 217.0

215 1 215.1

216 0 216.0

216 7 216.7

214 6 214.6

221 0 221.0

231 4 231.4

178.8

178.1

178.6

178.3

178.4

178.6

178.7

178.9

179.0

179.2

179.4

179.5

162.0

161.9

161.7

162.0

162.0

162.0

162.0

162.0

162.0

161.9

162.1

162.2

202.2

200.8

204.3

203.9

203.9

204.0

204.2

204.2

204.2

204.1

204.4

205.7

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F. PRICES (continued) INDICATOR 9. General wholesale price index in Luzon (1998=100) ALL ITEMS a. Food b. Beverages and tobacco c. Crude materials, inedible, except fuels d. Mineral fuels, lubricants and related materials e. Chemicals including animal and vegetable oils and fats f. Manufactured goods classified chiefly by materials g. Machinery and transport equipment h. Miscellaneous manufactured articles 10. General wholesale price index in Visayas (1998=100) ALL ITEMS a. Food b. Beverages and tobacco c. Crude materials, inedible, except fuels d. Mineral fuels, lubricants and related materials e. Chemicals including animal and vegetable oils and fats f Manufactured goods classified f. chiefly by materials g. Machinery and transport equipment h. Miscellaneous manufactured articles

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2015 Dec

Average 2015

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

2016 Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

224.9 225.3 251.0 228.1

227.4 219.5 247.8 220.4

221.8 222.3 252.2 234.1

223.5 225.7 252.4 245.5

224.9 225.9 252.5 265.9

226.6 222.8 253.3 277.2

229.4 224.9 253.3 265.6

231.4 227.3 253.9 269.8

230.2 226.4 253.9 265.7

229.4 226.9 254.7 260.3

231.3 227.3 254.7 262.8

235.2 229.1 254.7 262.3

421.0

480.6

394.0

393.5

404.8

423.8

450.6

461.0

452.7

444.3

454.4

476.5

218.5

216.1

218.8

221.6

218.7

228.4

225.8

226.9

226.7

224.8

233.2

246.7

176.8

176.0

176.6

176.3

176.4

176.6

176.8

177.0

177.2

177.4

177.6

177.8

160.0

160.0

159.6

160.1

160.1

160.1

160.1

160.1

160.0

160.0

160.2

160.3

213.6

212.0

216.2

215.7

215.7

215.7

216.0

216.0

216.0

216.0

216.2

218.0

212.5 243.7 241.2 229.1

211.4 235.1 237.5 238.7

210.0 242.2 241.2 229.2

210.6 240.3 242.8 254.8

212.1 240.6 243.3 277.8

212.3 240.9 243.3 274.5

212.4 240.5 243.8 267.8

213.4 239.4 243.8 273.0

217.3 250.0 243.8 261.4

216.4 250.2 243.8 259.2

216.3 249.2 243.8 268.4

218.1 250.4 243.8 269.6

332.1

360.2

306.7

314.6

326.5

329.2

333.4

350.2

345.2

346.5

347.3

365.4

170.6

170.2

170.5

170.5

170.5

170.7

170.5

171.0

178.0

172.7

172.5

172.5

178.4

178.2

177.4

177.4

177.4

177.7

177.6

177.6

176.6

174.8

175.2

175.1

174.1

173.8

174.1

174.1

174.1

173.9

174.1

174.1

174.7

174.2

174.4

174.4

146.1

145.4

146.5

146.5

146.5

146.5

146.7

146.7

146.5

145.3

145.3

145.1

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Nov

Dec

F. PRICES (continued) INDICATOR 11. General wholesale price index in Mindanao (1998=100) ALL ITEMS a. Food b. Beverages and tobacco c. Crude materials, inedible, except fuels d. Mineral fuels, lubricants and related materials e. Chemicals including animal and vegetable oils and fats f. Manufactured goods classified chiefly by materials g. Machinery and transport equipment h. Miscellaneous manufactured articles 12. Retail price index in NCR (2000=100) ALL ITEMS a. Food b. Beverages and tobacco c. Crude materials, inedible, except fuels d. Mineral fuels, lubricants and related materials e. Chemicals, including animal and vegetable oils and fats f. Manufactured goods classified chieflyy byy materials g. Machinery and transport equipment h. Miscellaneous manufactured articles

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2015 Dec

Average 2015

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

2016 Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

206.5 223.9 243.6 275.4

207.2 222.5 241.2 255.7

207.0 225.6 243.6 279.1

206.7 226.6 243.6 285.7

207.1 226.6 243.6 293.7

210.1 232.3 243.6 298.0

211.6 235.3 243.6 299.8

211.4 235.1 243.6 300.7

210.6 233.3 243.6 301.8

210.7 233.3 243.6 300.5

210.2 231.6 243.6 299.8

210.1 232.5 243.7 299.6

262.5

287.0

259.7

248.0

253.1

262.2

267.3

265.2

263.6

262.7

262.7

255.2

188.9

189.3

188.9

189.0

189.1

189.6

189.8

190.0

190.1

190.1

190.0

190.0

194.1

193.8

194.0

194.2

194.3

194.4

194.3

194.6

194.6

195.3

195.9

196.0

165.3

165.1

165.1

165.1

165.1

165.1

165.1

164.9

164.9

164.9

164.9

165.3

176.2

175.4

176.2

176.3

176.3

177.0

177.0

176.8

177.1

177.2

178.4

178.4

167.5 184.5 209.4 169.5

166.5 181.1 208.3 169.9

167.5 185.8 209.6 169.3

166.8 183.9 210.2 169.3

167.5 184.9 210.0 170.7

168.4 186.7 210.6 170.7

169.5 188.5 212.5 172.1

170.0 190.1 213.7 172.6

170.2 190.4 215.4 172.2

170.8 192.3 215.4 170.8

172.0 195.2 215.5 170.5

173.1 197.9 215.6 170.4

173.8 199.5 215.8 170.5

230.4

242.4

219.1

214.4

219.5

222.8

230.6

234.2

232.4

226.7

230.7

236.3

239.7

166.4

165.4

165.9

166.4

166.6

167.3

167.4

167.1

167.3

167.4

167.4

167.5

167.6

150.7

150.5

150.4

150.4

150.8

151.3

151.7

152.2

152.4

152.7

152.7

152.9

152.9

140.9

140.4

140.2

140.2

140.7

140.8

140.9

140.4

140.5

140.9

141.0

141.1

141.2

152.7

152.3

152.7

152.7

153.0

153.2

153.4

153.1

153.1

153.3

153.5

153.6

153.7

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Dec

F. PRICES (continued) INDICATOR

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2015 Dec

Average 2015

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

2016 Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

13. Retail price index of selected construction materials in NCR (2000=100) Revised Based Year ALL ITEMS a. Carpentry materials b. Electrical materials c. Masonry materials d. Painting materials and related compounds e. Plumbing materials f. Tinsmithry materials g. Miscellaneous construction materials

180.6 155.3 206.6 188.8 187.0 164.9 144.2

180.0 154.9 205.0 188.9 185.2 164.7 144.8

179.8 155.4 204.3 187.4 185.9 164.7 143.5

179.7 155.4 204.3 187.6 185.9 164.9 143.7

180.9 155.6 205.8 191.2 186.5 165.6 144.5

181.4 156.4 205.7 192.1 187.1 166.0 144.6

182.3 157.6 206.4 194.0 187.8 166.3 144.7

182.8 158.3 206.6 195.1 187.9 166.5 145.6

182.8 158.3 206.7 194.5 188.0 166.4 145.8

183.6 158.0 208.3 194.1 188.3 168.1 146.0

183.3 157.5 208.2 193.8 188.1 168.8 145.4

183.6 157.7 208.6 193.7 188.5 168.9 145.5

183.7 157.7 208.8 193.9 188.6 169.6 145.5

268.7

270.8

269.7

268.8

271.8

273.6

274.3

275.7

276.8

282.9

283.1

284.0

283.9

223.9 217.9 214.8 196.5 225.7 194.0 247.0 191.4 253.6 287.1 189.1 185.2 206.3 211.5 182.1 208.7 184.2 262.3 466.8 168.7

224.2 216.2 212.9 196.6 223.9 192.8 246.7 191.3 254.8 286.8 188.6 185.2 206.1 210.3 179.7 208.5 183.9 275.6 466.8 168.7

223.8 221.1 214.8 196.8 224.5 194.6 245.5 186.3 264.0 276.9 188.0 185.2 206.4 213.4 184.6 207.0 181.7 251.1 466.8 168.7

223.6 218.4 215.3 196.3 223.9 194.6 245.5 186.3 264.0 275.9 188.6 185.2 206.4 213.4 184.6 207.0 181.7 248.0 466.8 168.7

224.1 223.4 216.1 197.8 224.9 194.8 245.3 186.3 259.1 275.7 188.0 185.2 206.3 213.3 185.0 207.0 181.7 255.3 466.8 168.7

225.2 223.0 216.1 198.3 225.1 194.5 245.3 186.3 264.9 275.7 188.0 185.2 206.3 213.3 184.3 207.0 184.6 259.3 466.8 168.7

227.5 223.0 216.7 198.9 225.0 194.5 245.3 186.3 273.5 278.2 188.0 185.2 206.3 213.5 184.3 207.0 184.6 269.0 466.8 168.7

228.7 223.0 218.8 200.3 226.4 195.4 245.6 186.3 274.6 276.3 187.1 185.2 203.1 212.5 184.1 207.9 184.6 273.9 466.8 168.7

228.4 224.4 218.8 201.8 226.5 195.5 245.6 186.3 272.3 276.3 187.1 185.2 203.1 212.5 184.1 207.9 184.6 272.2 466.8 168.7

227.9 224.4 218.8 202.3 226.5 195.3 245.6 186.3 272.3 276.3 187.1 185.2 203.1 212.5 184.1 207.9 184.6 267.3 466.8 168.7

228.1 224.6 218.8 202.6 226.5 195.3 245.6 186.3 272.3 276.3 187.1 185.2 203.1 212.4 184.1 207.9 184.6 268.9 466.8 168.7

229.1 224.6 218.8 203.5 226.5 195.3 245.6 186.3 270.3 277.8 187.1 185.2 203.1 212.1 184.2 207.9 184.6 281.3 466.8 168.7

229.7 226.0 219.8 202.6 227.5 195.1 245.6 186.3 271.4 277.8 187.2 185.2 203.1 212.1 184.2 207.9 184.6 281.9 466.8 168.7

14. Wholesale price construction materials index in NCR (2000 =100) ALL ITEMS a. Sand and gravel b. Concrete products c. Cement d. Hardware e. Plywood f. Lumber g. G.I. sheet h. Reinforcing steel i. Structural steel j.Tileworks k. Glass and glass products and steel casement l. Door,, jambs j m. Electrical works n. Plumbing, fixtures & accessories/waterworks o. Painting works p. PVC pipes q. Fuels and lubricants r. Asphalts s. Machinery and equipment rental

F-6

Dec

F. PRICES (concluded) INDICATOR 15. Producer price index for manufacturing sector (2000=100) a. Food manufacturing b. Beverage c. Tobacco d. Textile e. Leather products f. Footwear and wearing apparel g. Wood and wood products h. Furniture and fixtures i. Paper and paper products j. Publishing and printing l. Petroleum products m. Rubber and plastic products n. Non‐metallic mineral products o. Miscellaneous non‐metallic mineral products p. Glass and glass products q. Cement r. Basic metals s. Iron and steel t. Non‐ferrous metal u. Fabricated metal products v. Machinery excluding electrical w. Electrical machinery x. Transport equipment y. Miscellaneous manufactures

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2015 Dec 139.2 189.9 186.5 196.1 179.7 150.1 337.2 88.5 10.7 123.6 311.4 258.3 153.7 144.8 122.6 115.4 183.2 165.4 175.1 154.5 139.2 106.9 119.3 117.1 76.2

Average 2015 140.9 189.5 186.5 196.0 179.0 149.0 345.4 91.6 11.0 122.9 311.5 272.4 156.5 143.8 122.4 114.0 181.1 176.0 180.9 169.9 137.5 106.4 121.3 118.6 75.0

Jan 135.5 189.5 191.6 196.1 179.8 150.5 341.9 88.8 10.0 124.2 309.2 227.6 150.7 152.5 125.6 115.6 203.5 164.3 173.0 154.4 137.5 91.9 118.1 117.9 77.7

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

135.9 190.3 191.6 196.1 179.3 153.1 331.6 89.1 10.1 124.1 309.1 222.1 150.2 150.7 126.4 116.3 195.3 164.8 172.5 156.0 139.7 92.0 119.9 117.4 77.7

134.4 190.5 191.5 196.1 180.2 151.1 328.6 88.8 9.7 123.6 308.7 237.0 149.1 148.4 125.1 115.5 190.1 162.3 172.8 150.7 137.8 87.5 117.4 117.3 78.0

135.0 191.6 194.5 196.8 180.3 148.0 323.9 88.0 10.3 123.5 308.9 241.3 149.8 148.7 127.7 113.0 187.5 163.1 172.3 152.8 138.5 87.8 115.7 117.3 78.7

135.2 192.1 194.5 196.8 180.3 144.4 325.9 88.1 9.2 122.6 308.9 254.1 150.4 145.9 127.2 113.1 179.7 161.2 172.9 148.6 136.8 92.1 116.6 117.9 78.7

S Phili i St ti ti A th it Source : Philippine Statistics Authority

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2016 Jun 135.2 192.4 194.5 196.9 180.3 146.8 327.3 88.9 8.4 122.8 308.9 252.9 150.8 147.4 128.8 114.0 181.0 162.6 172.0 152.0 137.7 91.8 119.3 118.2 79.1

Jul 133.6 192.5 194.5 196.3 180.4 123.7 325.3 88.9 8.4 122.4 308.9 246.0 150.8 146.4 128.1 111.6 180.5 162.8 171.4 153.1 138.2 89.8 116.3 117.5 79.0

Aug 132.8 192.9 194.5 196.3 180.3 125.5 326.8 89.1 8.2 123.3 308.8 246.6 150.7 146.0 128.0 111.1 179.5 159.1 171.0 146.2 136.0 89.3 115.1 117.6 78.6

Sep 134.1 192.8 194.5 196.3 180.7 134.2 329.5 89.4 8.3 123.0 309.2 247.8 151.4 147.3 129.8 112.8 179.6 160.1 171.9 147.4 137.6 92.4 116.3 118.0 80.4

Oct

Nov

133.6 192.7 194.5 196.3 180.8 134.5 330.7 89.5 8.3 123.0 309.2 259.4 151.3 147.0 129.1 112.7 180.0 159.1 171.7 145.7 137.7 92.9 113.4 118.3 80.4

134.6 192.7 194.5 196.3 181.2 135.5 332.2 89.2 8.5 123.4 309.4 260.2 151.4 146.6 128.0 113.5 180.1 158.6 172.3 144.2 138.3 94.3 115.5 118.1 81.1

Dec

G. MONEY, BANKING AND INVESTMENTS INDICATOR 1. Broad money liabilities by composition (M3) (million P) a. Currency outside depository corporations b. Transferable deposits c. Savings deposits d. Time deposits e. Securities other than shares included in broad money 2. Broad money liabilities by origin (M3) (million P) a. Net foreign assets 1. BSP 2. Other depository corporations b. Domestic claims 1. Net claims on Central government 2. Claims on Other sectors c. Transferable & other deposits in foreign currency (FCDs‐residents) d. Liabilities excluded from broad money 3. Factors affecting broad money liabilities (M3) (million P) a. Internal sector b. Transferable & other deposits in foreign currency of residents c. Liabilities excluded from broad money d. External sector 1. BSP 2. Other depository corporations

2015 (SRF‐ Based) Dec

Total 2015

Jan

Feb

March

Apr

May

2016 Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec Table 18 formula

8,426,170 791,472 1,875,907 3,586,100 1,815,364

8,426,170 791,472 1,875,907 3,586,100 1,815,364

8,340,423 736,836 1,898,120 3,613,664 1,773,023

8,381,153 731,393 1,921,561 3,661,937 1,751,668

8,542,003 766,314 1,946,128 3,702,853 1,803,746

8,560,865 815,727 1,955,666 3,707,193 1,780,422

8,654,940 796,339 1,974,756 3,780,355 1,781,305

8,728,059 776,924 2,017,314 3,824,244 1,794,109

8,765,964 777,497 2,021,773 3,865,348 1,787,624

8,719,479 762,705 2,034,269 3,856,175 1,751,948

8,850,202 795,538 2,064,044 3,896,131 1,767,721

8,923,850 813,604 2,082,517 3,895,593 1,797,872

357,327

357,327

318,780

314,595

322,962

321,856

322,185

315,467

313,723

314,383

326,767

334,264

8,426,170

8,426,170

8,340,423

8,381,153

8,542,003

8,560,865

8,654,940

8,728,059

8,765,964

8,719,479

8,850,202

8,923,850

formula

3,998,772 3,762,845 235,927 7,860,464 1,263,046 6,597,418

3,998,772 3,762,845 235,927 7,860,464 1,263,046 6,597,418

4,068,607 3,809,006 259,601 7,880,344 1,324,977 6,555,367

4,159,453 3,856,282 303,171 7,976,187 1,380,166 6,596,022

4,100,297 3,778,462 321,835 8,075,868 1,447,117 6,628,751

4,200,322 3,887,068 313,254 8,169,873 1,451,830 6,718,043

4,177,123 3,835,555 341,568 8,255,097 1,419,652 6,835,445

4,300,936 3,973,887 327,049 8,328,663 1,411,164 6,917,499

4,359,761 3,992,098 367,663 8,362,238 1,451,402 6,910,835

4,318,159 3,958,659 359,500 8,387,875 1,397,319 6,990,557

4,499,266 4,141,557 357,709 8,586,765 1,482,308 7,104,457

4,331,228 4,060,579 270,649

formula

1,480,866 7,219,383

1,458,789 1,974,278

1,458,789 1,974,278

1,520,241 2,088,286

1,531,134 2,223,354

1,489,787 2,144,375

1,517,387 2,291,943

1,518,086 2,259,192

1,526,660 2,374,881

1,520,916 2,435,119

1,536,967 2,449,589

1,598,563 2,637,265

1,605,359 2,502,268

8,426,170 7,860,464

8,426,170 7,860,464

8,340,423 7,880,344

8,381,153 7,976,187

8,542,003 8,075,868

8,560,865 8,169,873

8,654,940 8,255,097

8,728,059 8,328,663

8,765,964 8,362,238

8,719,479 8,387,875

8,850,202 8,586,765

8,923,850 ‐

1,458,789 1,974,278 , , 3,998,772 3,762,845 235,927

1,458,789 1,974,278 , , 3,998,772 3,762,845 235,927

1,520,241 2,088,286 , , 4,068,607 3,809,006 259,601

1,531,134 2,223,354 , , 4,159,453 3,856,282 303,171

1,489,787 2,144,375 , , 4,100,297 3,778,462 321,835

1,517,387 2,291,943 , , 4,200,322 3,887,068 313,254

1,518,086 2,259,192 , , 4,177,123 3,835,555 341,568

1,526,660 2,374,881 , , 4,300,936 3,973,887 327,049

1,520,916 2,435,119 , , 4,359,761 3,992,098 367,663

1,536,967 2,449,589 , , 4,318,159 3,958,659 359,500

1,598,563 2,637,265 , , 4,499,266 4,141,557 357,709

1,605,359 2,502,268 , , 4,331,228 4,060,579 270,649

*SRF (Standardized Report Forms, a unified framework for reporting monetary and financial statistiscs to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Note : Details may not add up to total due to rounding.

G-1

formula

G. MONEY, BANKING AND INVESTMENTS (continued) INDICATOR 4. Liquidity aggregates of depository corporations by composition a. M4 1. Broad money (M3) 2. Transferable & other deposits in foreign currency of residents b. Liabilities excluded from broad money 5. Gross International Reserves of the Central Bank (in million US dollars) a. Reserve position in the Fund b. Gold c. Special drawing rights (SDR) d. Foreign investments e. Foreign exchange 6. Reserve money (million pesos) * 7. Interest rates (weighted average % p.a.) a. Savings deposits b. Time deposits <360 days c. Time deposits >360 days d. Interbank Call Loan Rate (IBCL) e. Treasury bill 91‐day f. Treasury bill 182‐day g. Treasury bill 364‐day h. Treasury bill all maturities

2015 (SRF‐ Based) Dec

Total 2015

Jan

Feb

March

Apr

May

2016 Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

11,859,237 9,884,959 8,426,170

11,859,237 9,884,959 8,426,170

11,948,950 9,860,664 8,340,423

12,135,641 9,912,287 8,381,153

12,176,164 10,031,789 8,542,003

12,370,195 10,078,252 8,560,865

12,432,220 10,173,028 8,654,940

12,629,600 10,254,719 8,728,059

12,721,999 10,286,880 8,765,964

12,706,035 10,256,446 8,719,479

13,086,030 10,448,765 8,850,202

13,031,477 10,529,209 8,923,850

1,458,789 1,974,278

1,458,789 1,974,278

1,520,241 2,088,286

1,531,134 2,223,354

1,489,787 2,144,375

1,517,387 2,291,943

1,518,086 2,259,192

1,526,660 2,374,881

1,520,916 2,435,119

1,536,967 2,449,589

1,598,563 2,637,265

1,605,359 2,502,268

80,666.9 438.6 6,702.9 1,172.9 71,739.4 613.0

80,666.9 438.6 6,702.9 1,172.9 71,739.4 613.0

80,692.4 437.0 7,040.8 1,168.5 71,220.2 825.9

81,877.6 417.8 7,815.6 1,169.2 71,032.0 1,443.0

82,977.0 423.6 7,764.9 1,192.5 71,379.1 2,217.0

83,736.3 424.3 8,152.8 1,199.7 71,711.5 2,247.9

82,927.2 419.9 7,672.2 1,187.5 71,684.2 1,963.3

85,284.3 449.2 8,336.1 1,184.1 73,295.2 2,019.8

85,506.2 447.5 8,505.4 1,179.4 73,294.3 2,079.6

85,792.0 447.9 8,261.3 1,180.3 73,930.0 1,972.4

86,139.1 458.5 8,307.0 1,181.5 73,850.0 2,342.1

85,105.8 452.5 8,129.0 1,166.2 71,630.9 3,727.2

82,734.2 446.1 7,402.1 1,166.3 69,499.9 4,219.9

2,467,059

2,467,059

2,366,694

2,323,227

2,361,526

2,450,598

2,431,993

2,327,638

2,470,708

2,399,449

2,504,045

2,544,304

2,534,714.0

0.7 1.7 3.1 2.5 1.8 1.8 2.0 1.9

8.5 17.6 37.5 30.3 19.7 21.2 21.4 20.9

0.8 1.6 3.0 2.5 1.7 1.6 1.7 1.7

0.7 1.6 3.1 2.5 1.5 1.5 1.7 1.6

0.7 1.6 3.0 2.5 1.6 1.6 1.8 1.6

0.7 1.5 3.1 2.5 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.7

0.7 1.5 3.0 2.5 1.7 1.7 1.9 1.7

0.7 1.5 2.9 2.5 1.6 1.6 1.9 1.7

0.7 1.4 2.8 2.5 1.4 1.4 1.6 1.5

0.7 1.4 3.0 2.6 1.5 1.5 1.7 1.6

0.7 1.4 3.0 2.5 1.4 1.4 1.7 1.5

0.73 1.5 3.1 2.5 1.3 1.5 1.9 1.5

… 1.5 3.1 1.0 1.5 1.8 … 1.6

* SRF‐based starting 2013.

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G. MONEY, BANKING AND INVESTMENTS (continued) INDICATOR

2015 (SRF‐ Based) Dec

Total 2015

Jan

Feb

March

Apr

May

2016 Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

8. Loans by type of commercial banks (million pesos) a. Total Loans 1. Expanded commercial banks 2. Non‐expanded commercial banks 3. Government 4. Foreign

1

2

b. Loan loss provisions 1. Expanded commercial banks 2. Non‐expanded commercial banks 3. Government 4. Foreign 1 2

1

2

5,719,665

5,719,665

5,654,532

5,613,267

5,659,766

5,748,320

5,865,685

5,940,313

5,922,375

6,020,262

6,144,623

6,293,237

4,359,050

4,359,050

4,272,099

4,303,489

4,393,031

4,404,685

4,531,501

4,611,596

4,593,815

4,683,176

4,750,210

4,837,009

210,111

210,111

206,704

204,735

217,915

218,756

219,480

230,360

235,432

240,746

247,343

253,736

740,570

740,570

741,796

668,379

642,682

666,937

672,906

685,104

679,371

671,418

685,618

694,245

409,934

409,934

433,933

436,664

406,138

457,942

441,799

413,253

413,757

424,922

461,452

508,247

129,220

129,220

130,197

130,328

129,193

129,298

130,193

130,708

131,458

131,947

133,485

133,055

93,608

93,608

94,477

94,458

93,756

93,825

94,438

94,968

95,604

95,920

96,483

97,394

7,787

7,787

7,910

8,052

8,148

8,140

8,235

8,318

8,382

8,568

9,449

9,531

17,020

17,020

17,036

17,025

17,040

17,017

17,053

17,086

17,072

17,102

17,115

17,288

10,805

10,805

10,774

10,793

10,249

10,316

10,467

10,336

10,399

10,357

10,418

8,842

Consists of Land Bank, DBP and Al‐Amanah Islamic Bank Consists of 13 foreign banks, excludes 3 foreign banks' subsidiaries.

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Dec

G. MONEY, BANKING AND INVESTMENTS (continued) INDICATOR

2015 (SRF‐ Based) Dec

Total 2015

Jan

Feb

March

Apr

May

2016 Jun

ok 01‐05‐201

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

9. Balance of Payment CURRENT ACCOUNT 1 Goods, Services and Primary Income Export Import Goods and Services Exports Imports Goods Credit: Exports Debit: Imports Services Credit: Exports Debit: Imports Primary Income Credit: Receipts Debit: Payments Secondary Income Credit: Receipts Debit: Payments Capital Account Credit: Receipts Debit: Payments Financial Account Net acquisition of Financial Assets Net incurrence of Liabilities Direct investment Net acquisition of Financial Assets Net incurrence of Liabilities Portfolio Investment Net acquisition of Financial Assets Net incurrence of Liabilities Financial Derivatives Net acquisition of Financial Assets Net incurrence of Liabilities Other Investment Net acquisition of Financial Assets Net incurrence of Liabilities NET UNCLASSIFIED ITEMS OVERALL BOP POSITION Debit: Change in Reserve Assets Credit: Change in Reserve Liabilities Use of Fund Credits Short‐term Memo Items: Change in Net Foreign Assets (NFA) of Deposit‐taking corporations except the Central Bank Change in Commercial Banks (KBs) NFA Change in Thrift Banks (TBs) NFA Change in Offshore Banking Units (OBUs)NFA Personal Remittances of which: OF Cash Remittanceschanneled tru the banking system 1

3,157 917 7,162 6,245 285 6,226 5,940 (191) 3,861 4,053 477 2,364 1,888 631 936 305 2,241 2,366 125 8 9 1 1,946 1,433 (513) 130 403 273 (279) (356) (77) (6) (17) (10) 2,102 1,402 (700) (738) 481 463 (18) ‐ (18)

8,397 (15,123) 80,939 96,065 (17,457) 71,446 88,898 (21,699) 43,276 64,976 4,244 28,168 23,925 2,342 9,496 7,166 23,520 24,349 827 80 96 16 2,523 6,675 4,154 (122) 5,601 5,725 4,756 2,616 (2,142) (31) (465) (433) (2,081) (1,077) 1,003 (3,337) 2,616 2,617 ‐ ‐ ‐

(977) (2,791) 6,306 9,097 (3,016) 5,546 8,562 (3,493) 3,057 6,550 476 2,489 2,013 225 760 535 1,814 1,873 59 14 14 ‐ 671 (542) (1,213) (682) (74) 608 788 (322) (1,110) 27 (42) (69) 538 (103) (641) 820 (813) (810) 4 ‐ 4

1,628 (351) 6,899 7,250 (735) 6,130 6,865 (1,787) 3,495 5,282 1,051 2,634 1,583 384 769 385 1,979 2,025 46 13 14 1 265 1,304 1,040 (266) 77 342 (159) 360 519 (14) (56) (42) 703 923 221 (1,627) (251) (247) 3 ‐ 3

(53) (2,215) 7,030 5,245 (2,237) 6,177 8,414 (2,537) 3,631 6,167 300 2,546 2,246 22 853 832 2,162 2,238 75 12 14 2 60 960 900 (172) 223 394 945 578 (366) (16) (57) (41) (697) 215 912 955 854 858 4 ‐ 4

(282) (2,288) 6,733 9,021 (2,554) 5,930 8,484 (2,948) 3,254 6,202 394 2,676 2,282 266 803 537 2,006 2,080 73 14 15 1 194 330 136 (991) 1,253 2,244 1,785 446 (1,340) 13 (110) (123) (614) (1,260) (646) 646 184 188 4 ‐ 4

3 (2,047) 7,093 9,141 (2,212) 6,327 8,539 (2,647) 3,730 6,377 435 2,597 2,162 165 767 602 2,051 2,108 57 13 15 2 (467) 227 874 (229) 135 364 (1,396) (191) 1,205 4 (48) (52) 975 330 (644) (421) 241 245 3 ‐ 3

322 (1,852) 7,279 9,131 (2,104) 6,483 8,586 (2,758) 3,719 6,477 655 2,764 2,109 251 796 545 2,174 2,223 49 14 15 1 (586) 1,584 2,170 190 429 238 398 899 502 43 (53) (95) (1,216) 309 1,525 (504) 418 400 (18) ‐ (18)

45 (1,968) 7,279 9,247 (2,146) 6,516 8,661 (2,718) 3,699 6,417 572 2,816 2,244 178 763 585 2,013 2,059 47 9 11 1 325 (739) (1,064) (129) 375 503 (714) (65) 650 25 (60) (85) 1,144 (988) (2,132) 486 215 218 4 ‐ 4

367 (1,816) 7,506 9,322 (2,036) 6,710 8,746 (2,650) 3,990 6,640 614 2,720 2,106 220 796 576 2,183 2,247 64 10 12 1 145 1,244 1,100 (65) 645 711 (599) (341) 258 ‐ (46) (46) 809 986 177 450 682 686 3 ‐ 3

567 (1,673) 7,849 9,522 (1,876) 7,005 8,881 (2,579) 4,239 6,818 703 2,766 2,063 203 844 642 2,240 2,295 55 10 11 1 (162) 358 520 (304) 166 469 471 (1) (472) (36) (85) (49) (293) 278 571 (621) 117 121 4 ‐ 4

(210) (212) 32 (30) 2,726

(1,070) (1,168) 167 (69) 28,483

326 399 (81) 8 2,208

908 869 39 ‐ 2,320

645 714 (97) 28 2,606

(1,291) (1,329) 67 (29) 2,443

604 611 (28) 21 2,416

(363) (362) (13) 11 2,575

815 862 (10) (38) 2,355

(114) (111) (12) 9 2,559

(239) (204) (46) 10 2,626

2,470

25,767

1,997

2,098

2,362

2,213

2,188

2,334

2,131

2,319

2,383

Starting 2012 the BOP were revised based on the IMF's balance of Payments and International Ivestment Position Manual, 6th Edition.

Source : Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

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Table 42

G. MONEY, BANKING AND INVESTMENTS (concluded) INDICATOR

2015 (SRF‐ Based) Dec

Total 2015

Jan

Feb

March

Apr

May

2016 Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

10. Shares and Stocks a. PSE Index (PSEi)Composite index (Close) b. Volume traded (in million shares) Financials Industrial Holding Firms Property Services Mining and Oil Small Medium Enterprise (SME) Exchange Traded Fund c. Value of shares traded (in million P) Financials Industrial Holding Firms Property Services Mining and Oil Small Medium Enterprise (SME) Exchange Traded Fund

6,952.1

6,952.1

6,687.6

6,671.0

7,262.3

7,159.3

7,401.6

7,796.3

7,963.1

7,787.4

7,629.7

7,404.8

6,781.2

28,551.5 191.8 1,356.7 1,787.9 9,067.9 2,996.5 12,939.1 211.3 0.4

493,261.9 4,094.6 34,467.1 55,334.7 45,161.7 49,463.1 303,635.6 1,098.0 7.1

22,778.4 239.0 1,470.9 2,037.6 3,436.1 4,393.3 11,092.2 108.6 0.6

45,305.2 199.4 2,325.4 3,031.3 3,329.0 5,030.0 31,373.2 16.4 0.7

29,541.8 302.8 2,357.2 3,531.5 3,680.5 7,614.8 11,955.7 97.5 1.7

33,551.1 350.1 2,755.6 3,129.0 3,572.2 8,328.9 15,168.8 246.5 0.1

56,035.3 375.8 1,857.4 5,848.0 4,313.0 4,036.0 39,339.7 265.0 0.5

45,441.3 286.5 1,796.6 2,606.9 3,885.3 5,510.7 31,184.7 170.2 0.5

50,268.4 383.4 4,139.5 2,722.8 5,453.5 12,208.2 24,908.8 452.0 0.2

33,768.0 494.2 3,712.2 3,963.9 5,338.4 7,872.4 12,226.7 160.1 0.2

33,980.6 1,028.4 3,269.9 2,394.0 9,223.1 11,058.1 6,910.3 96.4 0.5

32,053.9 639.1 1,675.6 2,838.2 4,832.3 7,113.2 14,609.2 346.0 0.3

36,441.2 487.3 1,717.6 2,367.7 4,523.7 5,119.9 22,087.1 137.3 0.4

133,593.2 11,300.6 27,924.0 20,893.6 51,040.2 19,676.8 1,383.9 1,329.5 44.6

2,151,411.1 273,521.9 530,927.0 538,920.6 361,165.6 358,736.4 75,723.9 11,558.6 857.1

115,914.2 16,815.4 24,105.0 27,575.3 25,790.5 19,155.5 1,882.8 527.2 62.6

127,144.2 14,348.5 33,584.4 28,942.8 20,695.9 20,353.9 8,989.3 158.3 71.2

164,008.0 19,880.5 33,001.4 41,639.9 28,189.6 34,991.4 4,865.5 1,242.4 197.3

133,446.6 19,283.9 28,552.4 28,629.7 20,639.0 28,151.3 4,163.3 4,016.7 10.5

217,522.5 36,686.5 31,511.5 71,311.9 37,747.9 31,900.5 6,209.5 2,097.5 57.2

173,699.7 25,425.2 28,032.6 41,898.3 35,413.9 34,725.6 6,773.7 1,374.0 56.4

190,996.8 21,648.4 46,853.3 42,515.9 39,321.2 31,001.0 6,561.8 3,064.9 30.4

206,186.4 28,353.5 46,756.4 57,618.5 29,418.7 37,256.9 5,609.9 1,145.8 26.6

179,157.5 28,795.0 36,868.8 45,121.7 34,806.3 28,335.5 4,497.4 657.9 63.7

144,248.8 23,474.7 26,585.8 35,359.1 27,475.9 23,805.3 6,102.4 1,406.5 39.2

149,150.4 23,797.0 31,448.9 37,889.2 26,135.2 23,654.3 5,363.9 819.2 42.7

Source of basic data : Philippine Stock Exchange, Incorporated

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Dec

H. PUBLIC FINANCE INDICATOR 1. National government outstanding debt (million pesos) % of GNI (nominal) % of GDP (nominal)

2015 Dec 5,954,537 38.8 47.1

Total 2015

Jan

Feb

March

Apr

May

5,954,537 38.8 47.1

5,900,181 38.5 46.7

5,940,811 38.8 47.0

5,899,117 38.5 46.7

5,883,661 38.4 46.5

5,885,593 38.4 46.6

2016 Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

5,947,999 38.8 47.0

5,982,484 39.0 47.3

5,980,028 39.0 47.3

6,086,679 39.7 48.1

6,069,318 39.6 48.0

6,105,034 39.8 48.3

a. Domestic % of GNI (nominal) % of GDP (nominal)

3,884,380 25.3 30.7

3,884,380 25.3 30.7

3,824,109 24.9 30.2

3,850,144 25.1 30.5

3,841,264 25.1 30.4

3,769,307 24.6 29.8

3,797,243 24.8 30.0

3,828,496 25.0 30.3

3,856,658 25.2 30.5

3,883,701 25.3 30.7

3,904,453 25.5 30.9

3,917,821 25.6 31.0

3,939,258 25.7 31.2

b. Foreign % of GNI (nominal) % of GDP (nominal)

2,070,157 13.5 16.4

2,070,157 13.5 16.4

2,076,072 13.5 16.4

2,090,667 13.6 16.5

2,057,853 13.4 16.3

2,114,354 13.8 16.7

2,088,350 13.6 16.5

2,119,503 13.8 16.8

2,125,826 13.9 16.8

2,096,327 13.7 16.6

2,182,226 14.2 17.3

2,151,497 14.0 17.0

2,165,776 14.1 17.1

2. National government debt service (million pesos) Interest payments Principal payments

28,296 21,477 6,819

534,140 309,364 224,776

68,532 45,594 22,938

25,215 21,280 3,935

81,653 35,749 45,904

45,211 14,765 30,446

48,908 18,658 30,250

23,210 17,666 5,544

61,054 40,020 21,034

46,763 23,442 23,321

39,990 32,602 7,388

42,243 16,054 26,189

28,956 19,551 9,405

a. Domestic Interest payments Principal payments

18,484 17,628 856

370,318 215,589 154,729

23,301 23,291 10

16,162 16,162 ‐

40,168 25,164 15,004

36,369 8,761 27,608

40,377 16,770 23,607

13,938 13,733 205

38,602 19,493 19,109

35,689 16,331 19,358

26,217 24,060 2,157

11,662 9,528 2,134

20,508 17,456 3,052

b. Foreign Interest payments Principal payments

9,812 3,849 5,963

163,822 93,775 70,047

45,231 22,303 22,928

9,053 5,118 3,935

41,485 10,585 30,900

8,842 6,004 2,838

8,531 1,888 6,643

9,272 3,933 5,339

22,452 20,527 1,925

11,074 7,111 3,963

13,773 8,542 5,231

30,581 6,526 24,055

8,448 2,095 6,353

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Dec

H. PUBLIC FINANCE (concluded) INDICATOR

2015 Dec

Total 2015

Jan

Feb

March

Apr

May

138,952 123,763

157,800 139,321

246,633 211,589

199,759 184,916

2016 Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

175,585 160,594

170,250 150,202

209,569

174,642 157,523

198,482

3. National government cash operations (in million pesos) a. Revenues

209,212

163,513 144,476

2,108,956

1. Tax revenues

1,815,475

182,226 161,825

191,722

165,960 148,100

% of GNI (Nominal) % of GDP (Nominal) a. Bureau of Internal Revenue b. Bureau of Customs c. Other offices

12 14 106,314 37,755 407

94 115 1,433,302 367,534 14,639

55 67 129,652 31,083 1,090

54 66 94,837 27,035 1,891

11 13 105,683 32,383 1,255

12 15 177,656 32,712 1,221

14 17 151,575 32,070 1,271

14 17 124,018 35,268 1,308

13 16 117,448 30,987 1,767

13 16 157,468 33,069 1,185

13 15 112,996 33,326 1,778

13 16 121,893 33,365 2,265

156,772 40,227 1,483

19,029

293,317

20,396

15,177

18,476

35,042

14,838

14,990

20,036

17,847

17,860

17,106

10,723

8

164

5

12

3

2

5

1

12





13

7

b. Expenditures 1. Equity 2. Net lending

238,657 230 420

2,230,645 767 9,696

185,700 3,029 31

173,578 6 706

232,188 5,138 2,767

191,611 199 215

217,415 17 152

220,779 60 220

220,917

176,962 7 (1,148)

241,287 41 741

176,987 11 763

228,357 16 172

c. Surplus (Deficit)

(75,144)

(121,689)

(3,474)

(34,626)

(74,388)

55,022

(17,656)

(45,194)

(50,667)

32,607

(75,327)

(2,345)

(19,145)

d. Financing 1. External (Net) 2. Domestic (Net)

(6,236) 4,155 (10,391)

19,124 (12,636) 31,760

22,973 (3,154) 26,127

44,169 30,418 13,751

(2,409) 559 (2,968)

(211) (4,457) 4,246

27,642 (3,518) 31,160

8,808 (138) 8,946

5,331 (2,509) 7,840

94,970 (2,917) 97,887

(9,268) (20,466) 11,198

14,796 (5,552) 20,348

e. Change‐In‐Cash Budgetary Non‐Budgetary

(79,543) (81,380) 1,837

92,851 64,782 28,069 ‐ (1,580) 28,838 27,258

(68,115) 15,650 (83,765)

(13,090) (11,653) (1,437)

(35,131) (30,219) (4,912)

(3,428) 52,613 (56,041)

5,118 (17,867) 22,985

(10,872) (17,552) 6,680

(11,356) (41,859) 30,503

65,448 37,938 27,510

(69,780) 19,643 (89,423)

(9,827) (11,613) 1,786

(1,274) (4,349) 3,075

2. Non‐tax revenues 3. Grants

Notes : Financing reporting reflect the net proceeds of liability management transactions such as bond exchange Domestic Amortization includes contribution to BSF and repayments/redemptions other than BSF. Source : Bureau of Treasury

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Dec

Glossary of Terms PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION Value of Production Index (VAPI) – is defined as the monthly change of production values in selected manufacturing enterprises. It is used for the analysis of production trend in the manufacturing sector. Volume of Production Index (VOPI) – is derived by dividing the Value of Production Index (VAPI) by the Producer’s Price Index (PPI), with 1992 as the base year. The index is a measure of change in the volume of manufacturing production. TRANSPORTATION AND TOURISM Country of Residence – consists of the country where she/he has lived for most of the past year (12 months), or for a shorter period if she/he intends to return within 12 months to live there. Occupancy Rate – refers to the proportion of the rooms or bed‐places in a collective tourism establishment that is occupied over some period of time, such as a night, month or year. Visitor Arrivals – includes tourist, excursionists, aliens entering the country for a temporary stay not exceeding one year and for purposes other than immigration, permanent residence or employment for remuneration in the country and Filipino nationals residing permanently abroad on temporary stay in the Philippines not exceeding one year. This excludes the following: a) transit visitors and change‐plan passengers who remain in the premises of the port of entry terminal; b) aliens with pre‐arranged employment for remuneration in the Philippines, even if length of stay is less than 59 days; c) Filipinos living abroad, regardless of length of stay overseas who are not permanent residents abroad; d) immigrants or aliens with permanent residence in the Philippines; e) Filipino overseas contract workers on home visits; and f) returning residents of the Philippines. EXTERNAL SECTOR Cross Exchange Rate of the Peso – refers to the exchange rate of the peso with foreign currencies other than the intervention currency. It is computed by multiplying the U.S. dollar equivalent of one unit of foreign currency with the peso equivalent of one U.S. dollar Nominal Effective Exchange Rate Index of the Peso (NEERI) – weighted average exchange rate of the peso vis‐à‐vis a basket of foreign currencies such as the U.S. dollar, the Japanese yen, the Deutche mark and the British pound, unadjusted for the effects of inflation. This is computed as the summation of the percentage change in the peso cross rates with respect to each currency in the basket multiplied by the corresponding country weight. The individual country weights are calculated from their total trade shares, i.e., export plus imports.

Real Effective Exchange Rate Index of the Peso (REERI) – is the NEERI of the peso adjusted for inflation rate differentials with the countries whose currencies comprise the NEERI basket. This is simply the peso’s NEERI multiplied by the ratio of the domestic price index to the weighted price index of the countries whose currencies comprise the NEERI basket. Balance of Trade ‐ the difference between the export earnings and import payments of all goods or merchandise trade transacted by a country. Export ‐ all goods leaving the country which are properly cleared through the Customs. Import ‐ all goods entering any of the seaports or airports of entry of the Philippines properly cleared through the Customs or remaining under Customs control, whether the goods are for direct consumption, for merchanting, for warehousing or for further processing. EMPLOYMENT Actual Strike ‐ any temporary stoppage of work by the concerted action of the employees as a result of an industrial or labor dispute. This may include slow down, boycott, sit‐down, mass leave, attempts to damage, destroy or sabotage plant equipment and facilities and similar activities. Land‐Based Workers – a contract worker other than a seaman including workers engaged in offshore activities whose occupation requires that majority of his working/gainful hours are spent on land. Man‐Days Lost – total number of man‐days lost due to strikes or lockouts declared. It is computed by multiplying the number of workers involved in the strike or lockout by the total number of working days lost or made idle due to the strike/lockout. Notice of Strike – the notification filed by a duly registered labor union with the appropriate NCMB regional branch about its intention to go on strike because of alleged commission by the employer of unfair labor practice act/s or because of a deadlock in collective bargaining negotiations. Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) – a Filipino worker who is to be engaged, is engaged, or has been engaged in a remunerated activity in a country of which he/she is not a legal resident. Sea‐Based Worker – any person employed in a vessel engaged in maritime navigation. Also called a seaman. Strike – any temporary stoppage of work by the concerted action of the employees as a result of an industrial or labor dispute. Includes actual strike (with or without notice) filed at appropriate NCMB regional branches.

PRICES Consumer Price Index (CPI) ‐ measure of the average changes in the retail prices of a fixed basket of goods and services usually purchased by households for their consumption. Inflation Rate ‐ year‐on‐year rate of change in the average price level as measured by the consumer price index; refers to the percentage change in CPI from a particular month last year to same month in the current year. Producer’s Price Index (PPI) ‐ measure of the changes in the producer’s prices (ex‐plant) of key commodities produced by the manufacturing sector; measure of the changes in the prices received by farmers for agricultural products. Retail Price Index (RPI) ‐ measure of the changes of the prices at which retailers dispose of their goods to consumers and end‐users. Wholesale Price Index (WPI) ‐ measure of the changes in the price level of commodities that flow into the wholesale trade intermediaries; commodities are transacted in bulk for further resale or processing. MONEY AND BANKING Balance of Payments (BOP) – systematically summarizes for a specific period, the economic transaction of an economy’s residents with the rest of the world. Capital Account – covers all transactions that involve the receipt/payment of capital transfers and acquisition/disposal of non‐produced, non‐financial assets. Deposit Substitutes ‐ an alternative form of obtaining funds from the public, other than deposits, through the issuance, endorsement, of acceptance of debt instruments for the borrower’s own account, for the purpose of re‐lending or purchasing of receivables and their obligations. Domestic Liquidity (M3) ‐ consists of money supply, savings and time deposits and deposit substitutes of the monetary system. Government Securities or Treasury Bills ‐ bills issued by the Bureau of Treasury as agent of the government. Gross International Reserves of the Central Bank – Gross Reserves consist of holdings of gold, special drawing rights (SDR) foreign investments, and foreign exchange, including reserve position in the Fund.

Money Supply or Narrow Money (M1)‐ consists of currency in circulation plus peso demand deposits. Net Domestic Credits ‐ defined under M.B. Res. No. 404 dated February 14, 1975 as consisting of domestic credits of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, (net of National Government deposits with the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, Treasury IMF Account and Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas loans and advances to deposit money banks) and domestic credits of deposit money banks (net of National Government deposits). Non‐Money Supply Deposits ‐ refer to the total quasi‐money, marginal deposits and deposit substitutes of local government, semi‐government entities and residents with deposit money banks. Reserve Money – refers to the liabilities of the monetary authorities through which the economy is infused with liquidity. Savings Deposits ‐ these include all interest‐bearing deposits which are withdrawals upon presentation of an accomplished withdrawal slip together with the passbook. These are subdivided into savings deposits of private firms, individuals, banks, the government and trust department of banks. Time Deposits ‐ these represent deposits which are interest bearing with specific maturity dates and evidenced by certificates issued by the bank in the name of the depositor. These are subdivided into time deposits of private firms, individuals, banks, the government and trust department of banks. PUBLIC FINANCE Deficit ‐ shortfall/deficiency of revenues over expenditures of the government. Grants ‐ all non‐repayable transfers received from other levels of government or from private individuals, or institutions including reparations and gifts given for particular projects or programs, or for general budget support. Non‐Tax Revenue ‐ revenue collected from sources other than compulsory tax levies. Includes those collected in exchange for direct services rendered by government agencies to the public, or those arising from the government’s regulatory and investment activities. Revenue ‐ a cash inflow which does not increase the liability of the government.