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|... a statement. AOFM has already issued $30 billion of Treasury bonds this year. The Mid-year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO) figures have also enabled the AOFM to cancel new bond lines that were set to mature in September 2023 and December 2030. ...|
|... services regulators have also received increased funding in the government's Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO). The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) will receive more than $182 million over four years from 2019-20 to extend the ...|
|... surplus one year earlier - equivalent to 0.1% of GDP in FY 2019-20 as against the Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO) of 0.4% of GDP by FY 2020-21 - and from there, the hope is that it'll be surpluses all way as far as the eye can see. But ...|
|... mind the "promised" surplus, it's election spending time. In the December 2017 Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO), the Treasury predicted that ever-elusive surplus to be reached by FY2020-21 amounting to A$10.2 billion (0.5% of GDP) ...|
|... perhaps, it's at or close to the Federal Treasury's US$55/tonne projected in the Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO) report for 2017-18, released in December last year. "Iron ore prices are assumed to remain flat at US$55 per tonne ...|
|... made. More specifically the time Budget 2017-18 was released last May to the Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO) released yesterday. The difference is A$5.8 billion. This is the improvement in the country's budget deficit forecast for ...|
|... to spare. It's a good starting point for the Budget too. Recall that in the Mid-year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO)2016-17, the government lowered its real GDP prediction to 2.75% for FY2017/18 from 3% forecasts in May last year. The ...|
|... from Australian Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison's Budget update where the Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO) report showed the budget deficit beamed up by a cumulative A$10.3 billion over the next four years to FY2019/20. (The May ...|
|... path to surplus the new Turnbull Government had already implemented Budget repair measures exceeding $22 billion. The MYEFO also contains a revised estimate of the value of un-legislated budget repair measures still to be supported by the ...|
|... to be close to the post-GFC peak, and could have been higher were it not for the measures taken by the government in MYEFO." Fraser said more recent savings measures are helping and the payments-to-GDP ratio will decline over the budget forward ...|
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AXA Investment Managers' head of Framlington Equities for Asia left the business at end of May, the manager confirmed.
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Superannuation is working effectively to support members of all ages, genders and income levels, new research from the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia shows.
According to the new Value of an Adviser report by Russell Investments, financial advisers deliver value of at least 4.4% or more every year to their clients beyond investment-only advice.
A portfolio manager artificially inflated a fund's returns and collected a large bonus on the back of it, the US corporate regulator alleged.
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