Three new record levels were set at Philippine capital markets on Monday, November 26. The local stock market's main index hit its 29th highest this 2012 gaining 0.49% or 27.08 points to close at 5,579.42. This surpassed the November 23 record close of 5,552.34, and marked the 52nd high for the Aquino administration. The peso traded against the dollar at a 56-month high closing at P41.06 to the dollar. And at the bond market, the 364-day Treasury Bill rate also hit a historic low of 0.549% surpassing November 13 record lows for all T-bill tenors.
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