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Fuel prices higher again this week

Fuel prices higher again this week.....»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsAug 19th, 2019

Fuel price rollback set for August 13

MANILA, Philippines – Oil companies announced  pump prices of petroleum products will go down on Tuesday, August 13. Petron, Petro Gazz, Seaoil, Flying V, and Shell will slash P1.10 per liter from diesel and P0.50 per liter from gasoline. Companies carrying kerosene will lower prices by P1.30 per liter. The new rates will be implemented ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsAug 12th, 2019

Duterte expected to sign bill imposing higher tobacco excise tax

President Rodrigo Duterte may sign into law this week the bill raising the excise tax on tobacco products, the finance department said Wednesday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 24th, 2019

Fuel prices up for 3rd straight week

FOR three consecutive weeks, oil companies will jack up prices of petroleum products by up to more than a peso this week. The price of diesel will increase by 95…READ The post Fuel prices up for 3rd straight week appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsJul 1st, 2019

Oil prices to go up again on June 25

MANILA, Philippines – Pump prices of petroleum products will rise for the second consecutive week after big-time rollbacks this June. Shell, Petro Gazz, Caltex, and Seaoil will be slapping an additional P0.30 per liter on gasoline and P0.55 per liter on diesel effective Tuesday, June 25. Companies which carry kerosene will hike prices ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 24th, 2019

P3 per liter oil price cut next week

Consumers will benefit from a big-time price rollback at petroleum pumps next week with a scale hitting up to P3.50 per liter based on the estimates of the oil companies. Industry players are anticipating price cuts for diesel and gasoline products at the range of P2.50 to P3.50 per liter due to the significant downtrend […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsJun 7th, 2019

Fuel prices up this week - The Manila Times Online

AFTER implementing a price rollback for two consecutive weeks, oil companies will jack up prices of petroleum products on Tuesday. Firms will raise the price of diesel by 80 centavosREAD The post Fuel.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsMay 21st, 2019

Other oil firms reduce prices

Following the pricing lead of an industry competitor, the other oil companies have implemented rollback in their pump prices this week at the scale of P1.25 per liter for gasoline and P0.30 per liter for kerosene products. The oil firms that have enforced cut pump prices over the weekend include Seaoil Sunday 12:01 a.m., followed […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsMay 13th, 2019

Metrobank sees minimal impact on inflation from higher fuel cost

Metropolitan Bank & Trust Co. (Metrobank) said rising pump prices of petroleum products as a result of higher price of oil in the world market would have minimal impact on inflation......»»

Category: financeSource:  philstarRelated NewsApr 28th, 2019

Philippine urged to form new fuel standards

MANILA, Philippines – Lauding the recent crackdown on over-blending of methanol in gasoline products, Singapore-based Methanol Institute (MI) urged the Phili.....»»

Category: financeSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 17th, 2016

Govt keen on transport subsidy

The government plans to implement a transport subsidy program for poor Filipinos to compensate for higher excise taxes that will be imposed on fuel products, the Finance Department said Monday. .....»»

Category: financeSource:  thestandardRelated NewsNov 21st, 2016

House lukewarm on higher fuel taxes

MANILA, Philippines – The House of Representatives appears lukewarm to the Duterte administration’s proposal to increase the tax on gasoline and impose a P6-.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 18th, 2016

Gasoline, diesel prices up today

MANILA, Philippines - Oil companies will implement today a hefty increase in the prices of petroleum products as higher US crude demand sustained oil prices.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 10th, 2016

Gov’t pushing for passage of priority bills

The government is pushing for the passage of several priority bills in Congress, including higher taxes on fuel and sugary products and the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL)......»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsSep 14th, 2016

Expect another fuel price rollback this week

Diesel prices may be cut between P0.85 and P0.95 per liter while gasoline will be reduced by P0.70 to P0.80 per liter. Kerosene prices may be reduced by P0.90 to P1 per liter.....»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsJul 31st, 2016

New round of fuel price cuts likely this week —DOE

GMA News TV's Balitanghali quoted Department of Energy (DOE) sources as saying that oil price cuts could range between P0.20 and P0.30 per liter of gasoline and diesel fuels.........»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJul 24th, 2016

Higher fuel excise tax pushed

The Finance Department will likely push through with a plan to increase the excise tax on fuel products amid the slump in global oil prices. Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III told reporters it was about time to adjust petroleum taxes following the.....»»

Category: financeSource:  thestandardRelated NewsJul 17th, 2016

A new format for FedEx Cup brings clarity and curiosity

By Doug Ferguson, Associated Press ATLANTA (AP) — Justin Thomas has a two-shot lead, and the Tour Championship hasn't even started. If that seems difficult to fathom, consider that someone could win this week without having the lowest 72-hole score. And remember, such a radical change was to make the FedEx Cup finale easier to follow. The first staggered start in PGA Tour history — Thomas begins at 10-under par, the bottom five players are at even par — unfolds Thursday at East Lake when 30 players who reached the final stage of the FedEx Cup playoffs chase the $15 million prize, the biggest payout in golf history. "I could see a scenario where come Sunday, 15 guys might have a chance to win the entire thing," Rory McIlroy said Wednesday. "It will be exciting. It will be different. But at the same time, you've just got to go out there and try to play some good golf and not look around at what other guys are doing, and trust that by the end of the week things will hopefully even out." The idea behind the new format was to bring clarity to the FedEx Cup by having only one winner Sunday. Each of the last two years, one player won the Tour Championship and another player won the points-based FedEx Cup. It was especially awkward last year because while Justin Rose won the FedEx Cup, all anyone cared about was seeing Tiger Woods in his red shirt celebrating a two-shot victory, his first in five years. "My bank manager didn't mind," Rose said. One function of the FedEx Cup hasn't changed: It was designed to give an advantage to players who had the best season, and who played their best golf in the postseason when the points were valued four times higher. Now, the advantage is strokes to par. Thomas, who won the BMW Championship last week to become No. 1 in the FedEx Cup, tees off Thursday already at 10-under par. Patrick Cantlay is No. 2 and will start at 8 under, followed by Brooks Koepka at 7 under, Patrick Reed at 6 under and McIlroy at 5 under. The next groups of five players in the standings will be at 4 under, 3 under, 2 under, 1 under and even par. The leaderboards on the course, online and on television will show only the score to par, not what was shot each day. "The FedEx Cup is not a tournament. The Tour Championship is now for the FedEx Cup," PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan said. "So when you make that transition, you have to recognize there are 45 tournaments that precede it." If nothing else, the new format eliminates the kind of math that would give even Bryson DeChambeau a headache, computing where players needed to finish to earn points to win. Last year for example, Rose was the No. 2 seed and his birdie on the last hole gave him a three-way tie for fourth, enough points to win the cup. Dustin Johnson was the No. 4 seed and finished third. If he had finished in a two-way tie for second, he would have won the cup. Using this year's format, Rose would have won the FedEx Cup by one shot over Woods because as the No. 2 seed, Rose would have started six shots better. Now it's time to see if it will work. "I think it's hokey," Cantlay said. "It's weird to have a format no one has ever seen. And I think it's a shame we lose the Tour Championship. I haven't gone through it. No one has. I'm going to reserve final judgment until I've gone through the week." Whoever finishes with the lowest score to par wins the FedEx Cup and gets credit for winning the Tour Championship, even if he doesn't have the lowest score in the Tour Championship. Meanwhile, the tour will keep track of conventional scoring — everyone will the first year — to award world ranking points. "For all of us guys chasing, the first day will be important," said Rose, who is No. 17 and thus starts at 2 under. "You can't give up more shots." Most curious about the format is how many players have a reasonable chance of winning. McIlroy won his first PGA Tour event at Quail Hollow in 2010 when he made eagle on his 16th hole Friday to make the cut on the number. He shot 66-62 on the weekend to rally from nine shots behind. "And that was just two rounds," McIlroy said. "With two extra rounds, you can free-wheel it. There's a lot more volatility." There have been a number of players who made the cut on the number and rallied from big deficits over 36 holes. Carl Pettersson shot 60-67 on the weekend to come from nine back in the 2010 Canadian Open. Brad Faxon rallied from 12 shots behind with a 65-61 finish in Hartford in 2005. It could be wild on the weekend. Or maybe Thomas opens with a pair of 64s and makes it a runaway. He is keeping it simple. "I'm just going to have to try to play another golf tournament and act like everyone's starting at zero and try to shoot the lowest 72 holes," Thomas said. "Because I know if I do that, then I should be OK.".....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News8 hr. 9 min. ago

Oil firms cut prices

Motorists – primarily the public transport sector that relies heavily on diesel – will have financial relief this week as local oil firms are reducing diesel prices by P1.10 per liter. Oil firms will also reduce gasoline prices by a leaner P0.50 per liter. Phoenix Petroleum Philippines Inc., the oil company of flourishing business magnate […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsAug 10th, 2019

All-Decade Team: Some names to watch in 2020s

By Sekou Smith, NBA.com Picking the best players of the past decade can be a delightful process, a walk down memory lane that highlights the best of the NBA’s best from the most recently completed era. We took care of that for you earlier this week with NBA.com's All-Decade Team for the 2010s. Data and established success provide the context needed to make a strong case when you're looking back. But you can't rely on those conventions when trying to decide what, and perhaps more appropriately, who, comes next. Questions linger for the big stars of the 2010s who would normally transition into the next decade with similar status. How will Kevin Durant look when he comes back from a season lost to an Achilles injury? What will Klay Thompson’s game look like post-ACL injury? There’s no saying how the summer’s superstar free agent and trade shuffle will impact career trajectories for older stars like Durant (going from Golden State to Brooklyn) and Russell Westbrook (going from Oklahoma City to Houston). Young stars just entering the league (or still finding their way) are bound to emerge in the coming years. On the other hand, established veterans will see the inevitable fading of their star status. That uncertain future for so many is part of what makes today’s exercise so much fun. We are peering into our crystal ball and projecting the future, identifying the stars who, a decade from now, might find their names on the best-of-the best list for the 2020s. * * * * = players who made a 2010s All-Decade Team Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Bucks * "The Greek Freak" finished off the 2010s with his first Kia MVP and should be poised to compete for more this decade. He’s only scratched the surface of his immense potential and should be in the thick of the race for best player of the decade. Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors * One half of the sweetest shooting backcourts in NBA history, Curry and his fellow Splash Brother, Thompson, could make the next All-Decade Team, too. That would require them to prove they’re still playing championship-level basketball in the Bay Area post-Durant. Anthony Davis, Los Angeles Lakers * Davis is finally positioned to chase championships and will do so as he enters the physical prime of his career. With Davis and LeBron James leading the way, the Lakers begin the next decade poised for a return to legitimate contender status. Luka Doncic, Dallas Mavericks The reigning Kia Rookie of the Year gave us all a preview of what’s to come. Doncic and Kristaps Porzingis are the foundational players expected to fuel the Mavericks the way Dirk Nowitzki did the past two decades. Joel Embiid, Philadelphia 76ers If Embiid stays healthy, he’s good enough to challenge for the unofficial title of best player of the 2020s. His availability is the most critical component for a Sixers organization that believes it is on the cusp of championship contention. Paul George, LA Clippers * George has fully bounced back from his devastating leg injury in 2014, earning a place among the NBA’s elite by finishing third in the Kia MVP voting to close out the 2010s. The only thing left on his to-do-list is to make the championship dreams of Clippers fans a reality. James Harden, Houston Rockets * Finding a new groove alongside Westbrook will determine the Rockets’ championship fate and perhaps Harden’s legacy. Harden’s Hall of Fame status is secured. He just needs a title to complete his trophy case.   LeBron James, Los Angeles Lakers * Could he win a Kia MVP in three different decades? LeBron has broken the mold in just about every way imaginable to this point of his career, so it would be foolish to doubt him. He’s also got a chance to add to his title haul in the next decade as well. As for Father Time … what does that matter? Kyrie Irving, Brooklyn Nets After winning a title as the supporting star in LeBron’s homecoming story in Cleveland, Irving hopes to revisit that magic in Brooklyn once Durant is healthy again. While Irving has some repair to do to his reputation after his final season in Boston, his talent remains undeniable. Nikola Jokic, Denver Nuggets Some would argue that Jokic (and not Embiid) finished the decade as the NBA’s best big man. The Nuggets are banking on it, as they’ve built their operation around the triple-double versatility of the 24-year-old All-Star known as “The Joker.” Kawhi Leonard, Los Angeles Clippers * Leonard load managed his way to a title in Toronto but has already declared himself ready to play without limitations as he attempts to bring a championship parade to his hometown. He’s at the height of his powers right now and, with good health, will be for the foreseeable future. Damian Lillard, Portland Trail Blazers Lillard was noticeably absent from the 2010s All-Decade Team, but he shouldn’t have to worry about that happening in the 2020s. The face and soul of the franchise in Portland, Lillard knows that the next step for he and CJ McCollum is a Finals berth. Donovan Mitchell, Utah Jazz If the addition of veteran Mike Conley has the impact Utah’s braintrust expects, Mitchell is primed to rise any ranking of the West’s (and NBA’s) top players. Don’t be surprised if he snags a scoring title (or two) in the next decade. Jayson Tatum, Boston Celtics With Kyrie Irving gone, Tatum and the Celtics can get back to the performances he provided during the 2018 playoffs as a rookie. The Celtics have refused to trade Tatum for a reason. He’s got the array of skills that a team values in a wing scorer. Trae Young, Atlanta Hawks Any pre-Draft trepidation about Young was overturned after his strong finish to his rookie season. A splendid passer with Splash Bros.-type range, Young will grow and mature physically into the leader of a franchise revival in Atlanta. Sekou Smith is a veteran NBA reporter and NBA TV analyst. You can e-mail him here, find his archive here and follow him on Twitter. The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA, its clubs or Turner Broadcasting......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 8th, 2019