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|When the European Central Bank (ECB) concluded its Governing Council meeting on the June 6, not only had it announced to keep monetary policy settings unchanged - repo at 0.00%; marginal lending facility at 0.25%; deposit facility at -0.4% - but it ...|
|... for a 185,000 gain. The uncertainty over Trump's tariffs and its impact on global growth has prompted the ECB to push the timing of its first rate hike in eight years further out to the second half of 2020, from "at least through ...|
|If there's anything that's 100% certain, it is that the European Central Bank (ECB) will keep current interest rate settings unchanged - repo at 0.00%; marginal lending facility at 0.25%; deposit facility at -0.40%. Although, given the ...|
|... in six months. One swallow does not a spring make but two swallows? These would certainly give the European Central Bank (ECB) some sort of reprieve - a temporary reprieve. For while these topline indicators - GDP and inflation - have improved ...|
|... GFC just a decade before is a perfect example. The same thing is happening now as I write. The Fed's on pause; the ECB has just announced LTRO III; the BOJ governor has said "we'll consider easing policy"; the BOE adding "gradual pace ...|
|... its commitment to leave interest rates on hold this year - and a similar one from the European Central Bank's (ECB) April meeting - it kept interest rates unchanged and reiterated that it would keep interest rates at record low levels ...|
|Super Mario's back to doing whatever it takes. When European Central Bank (ECB) president Mario Draghi spoke at 'The ECB and Its Watchers XX' conference in Frankfurt on March 27, he concluded his speech emphasising that, "... the ECB ...|
|... turn, encourages consumer spending now lest prices continue increasing in the future. However, the Fed's pause, the ECB's targeted longer-term refinancing operations (TLTRO) III, and perhaps soon, another easing (in some form or another) ...|
|... The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) shifted its policy stance from tightening to neutral; the European Central Bank (ECB) launched TLTRO III this month (just two months and a bit after ending its €2.6 trillion asset purchase programme ...|
|... done) and forward guidance for another three this year; policy exit speculations from the European Central Bank (ECB) and the Bank of Japan (BOJ); and, hawkish policy leanings from the Bank of England ("an ongoing tightening of monetary ...|
UBS has appointed new co-country heads for Australasia, as Matthew Grounds announces his plans to retire from the firm.
Australia's high-net-worth population slumped in the rankings of a global wealth study as millionaires shifted their portfolio to cash amid share market uncertainty.
IMF Bentham and William Roberts Lawyers will bring a class action against MLC's super fund trustee NULIS Nominees relating to excess fees charged to members for adviser commissions.
SG Hiscock & Company has appointed a new investment specialist who will be responsible for fund distribution across New South Wales and Queensland and a new business development executive - both from Macquarie Group.
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