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                    [Title] => Banks’ bad debt ratio highest in 23 months
                    [Summary] => Burdened by the higher-for-longer interest rate environment, bank borrowers’ paying capacity has deteriorated significantly, causing the non-performing loan ratio of Philippine banks to rise for the second straight month to a 23-month high of 3.57 percent in May from 3.45 percent in April, data from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas showed.
                    [DatePublished] => 2024-07-05 00:00:00
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                    [Focus] => 1
                    [AuthorID] => 1808134
                    [AuthorName] => Keisha Ta-Asan
                    [SectionName] => Business
                    [SectionUrl] => business
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                    [ArticleID] => 2345322
                    [Title] => Banks’ bad loans rise in February
                    [Summary] => The soured loans of Philippine banks picked up for the 14th straight month in February, bringing the gross non-performing loan  ratio to a steady 3.44 percent, amid high interest rates.
                    [DatePublished] => 2024-04-05 00:00:00
                    [ColumnID] => 0
                    [Focus] => 1
                    [AuthorID] => 1808134
                    [AuthorName] => Keisha Ta-Asan
                    [SectionName] => Business
                    [SectionUrl] => business
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                    [Title] => Real estate exposure of Philippine banks eases to 21 percent
                    [Summary] => The exposure of Philippine banks and trust entities to the volatile property segment eased slightly to 21 percent in end-December 2022 from 21.2 percent in end-September last year as the industry’s non-performing loan ratio improved to below five percent.
                    [DatePublished] => 2023-04-05 00:00:00
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                    [AuthorID] => 1097197
                    [AuthorName] => Lawrence Agcaoili
                    [SectionName] => Business
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                    [ArticleID] => 2250240
                    [Title] => Bad loans rise in Jan, end 10-month decline
                    [Summary] => The non-performing loan ratio of Philippine banks increased for the first time in 10 months amid a slower credit growth after a series of aggressive rate hikes by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas to tame inflation and stabilize the peso.
                    [DatePublished] => 2023-03-09 00:00:00
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                    [Focus] => 1
                    [AuthorID] => 1097197
                    [AuthorName] => Lawrence Agcaoili
                    [SectionName] => Business
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                    [ArticleID] => 2230371
                    [Title] => Banks’ bad loans ratio down to 3.41% in October
                    [Summary] => Soured loans of Philippines banks continued to fall, resulting in further easing of the industry’s non-performing loans ratio for eight straight months to hit the lowest level in more than two years, according to the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas.
                    [DatePublished] => 2022-12-13 00:00:00
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                    [Focus] => 1
                    [AuthorID] => 1097197
                    [AuthorName] => Lawrence Agcaoili
                    [SectionName] => Business
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                    [Title] => NPL ratio eases to 3.43% in September
                    [Summary] => The bad debts of Philippine banks continued to fall, resulting in the further easing of the industry’s non-performing loan ratio for seven straight months, to hit the lowest level in more than two years despite the series of rate hikes to tame inflation and stabilize the peso, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas said.
                    [DatePublished] => 2022-11-09 00:00:00
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                    [Focus] => 1
                    [AuthorID] => 1097197
                    [AuthorName] => Lawrence Agcaoili
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                    [ArticleID] => 2186270
                    [Title] => Banks’ NPL ratio falls below 4%
                    [Summary] => The non-performing loan ratio of Philippine banks eased  to its lowest level in 15 months in April, falling below four percent for the first time this year, according to the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas.
                    [DatePublished] => 2022-06-06 00:00:00
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                    [Focus] => 1
                    [AuthorID] => 1097197
                    [AuthorName] => Lawrence Agcaoili
                    [SectionName] => Business
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                    [Title] => Banks’ NPL ratio eases to 3-month low in March
                    [Summary] => The non-performing loan ratio of Philippine banks eased to a three-month low of 4.08 percent in March from 4.24 percent in February as soured loans slipped with the easing of COVID lockdowns, resulting in increased economic activity.
                    [DatePublished] => 2022-05-20 00:00:00
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                    [AuthorID] => 1097197
                    [AuthorName] => Lawrence Agcaoili
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                    [ArticleID] => 2169162
                    [Title] => Real estate exposure of Philippine banks hits 22.1%
                    [Summary] => The exposure of Philippine banks and trust entities to the volatile property segment further increased to 22.1 percent last year from 21.55 percent in 2020, while the industry’s non-performing loan ratio to the sector almost hit five percent.
                    [DatePublished] => 2022-03-23 00:00:00
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                    [Focus] => 1
                    [AuthorID] => 1097197
                    [AuthorName] => Lawrence Agcaoili
                    [SectionName] => Business
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                    [Title] => NPL ratio eases to 8-month low in November
                    [Summary] => The non-performing loan ratio of Philippine banks declined to an eight-month low of 4.35 percent in November last year from 4.42 percent a month ago, as the industry’s asset quality continues to improve amid the recovery from the impact of the pandemic.
                    [DatePublished] => 2022-01-12 00:00:00
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                    [Focus] => 1
                    [AuthorID] => 1097197
                    [AuthorName] => Lawrence Agcaoili
                    [SectionName] => Business
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