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|... this sector indicating expanding conditions while two indicated broadly stable conditions. More encouraging, the employment index in both the manufacturing and services sectors lifted in May from April and the continued expansion in new orders ...|
|... as its chief investment officer sees no future benefits for its members in the industry. The UK's National Employment Saving Trust has set a two-year deadline for ridding its portfolio of the £40 million ($73 million) investment. The ...|
|... for May underscores the market's negative interpretation of what is seemingly a good set of stats. Total employment grew by a greater-than-expected 42,300 heads in the month of May, following an even stronger 43,100 addition in in the ...|
|... inverted US yield curve predicting a looming recession. This has been underscored by the latest disappointing US employment report - up by 75,000 in May, sharply lower than the 224,000 increase in April and expectations for a 185,000 gain. The ...|
|... of the way forward. As in the May statement, the economy is expected to grow by 2.75% this year and the next; employment growth is strong but could be better; inflation is lower than expected but "the central scenario remains for underlying ...|
|... upon will not lead to any adverse inflationary outcome and nor will it have any measurable negative impact on employment," the Commission said. "However, such an increase will mean an improvement in real wages for those employees who are ...|
|... capital and alternative strategies. Sunsuper chief economist Brian Parker said: "We are at a pre-GFC level of employment. With such low unemployment it's going to be hard for growth to continue because where are businesses finding the people ...|
|... "The launch of the fund is an important step towards increasing Indigenous direct economic engagement through employment, procurement and leasing from Indigenous landholders. The Indigenous Infrastructure Investment Fund will be a trusted ...|
|... to 50.9 (est. 53.0). Slowest expansion since Mar-16. New order growth slowed for third-straight months, while employment growth fell to 25-month low. Initial claims down 1K to 211K (est. 215K). New home sales fell 6.9% m/m to a 673K SAAR (est. ...|
|... to the target and that a decrease in the cash rate would likely be appropriate. A lower cash rate would support employment growth and bring forward the time when inflation is consistent with the target. Given this assessment, at our meeting in ...|
The Financial Services Council has welcomed a new board director. BT Financial Group general manager of platforms, investments and operations Kathy Vincent has joined the industry body's board.
The $50 billion industry super fund will take full ownership of the largest wind farm in Western Australia as it moves to boost its infrastructure portfolio.
A global manager has appointed a new head for Australian equities as the incumbent moves to a different role.
An $11 billion superannuation fund amended its constitution to increase the influence of independent voices on its board following an APRA probe.
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