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|... talks beyond the G20 summit is a good enough outcome. Talks of a trade deal in the dying months of 2018, as well as the Fed pause and later speculations of rate cuts, have propelled the S&P 500 index to a record high. But the reaction to the deal ...|
|... volume of referrals about people suspected of participating in the black economy could suggest that honest businesses are fed up with competitors getting an unfair advantage by cheating the system. "Going on current numbers, we're on track to ...|
|... BOE's monetary policy committee decided to keep current monetary policy settings at its June meeting just like the Fed and the Bank of Japan, it offered an opposing forward guidance to the future path of UK interest rates. The British ...|
|The Fed's decision to maintain current policy settings at the conclusion of last night's FOMC meeting doesn't make for much except for self-congratulations and back-patting. What matters more is the forward guidance implicit in the FOMC ...|
|... meeting but consensus expect the US Federal Reserve to serve Christmas in July with a 25 basis point reduction in the fed funds rate from 2.25%-2.5% to 2%-2.25%. The CME FedWatch Tool puts the probability the Fed will keep interest rates ...|
|Speculation may be mounting over one or two Fed rate cuts (one, two or three for the RBA) going forward, but there are no such similar expectations for the Bank of Japan (BOJ). With the BOJ's policy rate currently at negative 0.1% and its ...|
|... versus Beijing (and indirectly to all other countries that trades with America). Trump might get what he wants from the Fed too. For as IMF managing director Christine Lagarde recently warned: "US-China tariffs-including those implemented last ...|
|... traded companies listed in the US and 15 central banks including the Reserve Bank of Australia, Bank of Japan, US Fed Reserve and European "Prattle is yet another powerful tool for asset managers to discover actionable insight from the ...|
|... bull market into a bear market. Oil prices rallied nearly 50% from January to April this year on the back of the Fed's pause; China's stimulus measures and expectations of continued easy policy by the central banks of the Eurozone ...|
|... Australian exports cheaper and imports dearer. However, the slowing global economy and increased speculations that the Fed will be cutting interest rates have nullified the recent RBA rate cut - sending the AUD's higher against the greenback ...|
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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