WE’RE CERTAIN that everybody already knows this: Remittances from overseas Filipino workers always peak during the Christmas season, when dollars, euros, and dinars flood the country to fund the seasonal buying and eating sprees.

So we tweaked today’s Data A Day question a bit:

At what month of the year do OFW remittances usually dip? And if Christmas season is the peak for remittances, what month comes in at a close second?

A bit of logic and horse-sense would help you answer those two questions. However, if all else fails, you may always visit the MoneyPolitics Online database, or check out the website’s Data A Day page.

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