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Byline: Kristine Jane R. Liu
Economic data set for release this week are expected to set the pace of trading, analysts said.
First is the foreign reserves data for November, due for release today; exports data for October, for release on Thursday; and domestic liquidity and universal and commercial bank lending, for release on Friday.
"The market is expected to take its cue from [this] series of economic data releases, which could influence investors' mood to speculate for the remainder of the year," DBP-Daiwa Securities, Inc. said.
Overseas, Jun B. Calaycay of Accord Capital Equities Corp. said the US stock market - where the local market gets …