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|... with not one, not two but three more rate reductions - two this year to 0.75% and one by June next year to 0.5%. Yes Virginia, you, I and Irene would dump the A$ too given these expectations. But just as we've proven the markets and "expert ...|
|... and lending capacity without doing much to boost the economy", as published in the Australian Financial Review. Yes Virginia, they're looking out for number one (politicking?), of course. I trust the RBA enough not to give in to vested ...|
|... former peaks overnight. And the Dow is not far behind - it's off a mere 0.6% away from its all-time high. Yes Virginia, you can be forgiven for scratching your head, for it was just a month ago that fears of an upcoming US recession was the ...|
|... as the re-starting of the engines of global growth, we'll all know that this started with the Powell pause. Yes Virginia, I've turned into Dr. Doom's (Nouriel Roubini's) mini-me since the second half of 2018. How could anyone not ...|
|... by nine basis points to 1.71%; five-years down by 10 bps to 1.78%; and, 10-year bonds are 6 bps lower to 2.18%. Yes Virginia, with a mere shift in the RBA's guidance to N-E-U-T-R-A-L, yields have fallen across the curve. But special mention ...|
|... This is 4.4% higher than Estimate 4 for 2017-18. Estimate 4 is 11.3% higher than Estimate 3 for 2018-19." Yes Virginia, Australian businesses have upped their capital spending plans in the face of multiplying challenges - trade war, Fed ...|
|... Political atmosphere post US midterm elections remains divisive. Oil unable to sustain earlier bounce. Yes Virginia, this is the general theme explaining for why Wall Street dropped (big time) - Dow down 2.3%; S&P 500 down 2%; Nasdaq down ...|
|... to cmegroup.com, 73.6% that the US central bank will raise interest rates by 25 basis points to 2.25%-2.5%. Yes Virginia, I'm scratching my bald head too. Only 73.6% chance, after the Fed already intimated on several occasions that it will ...|
|... to enhance the sustainability of "Quantitative and Qualitative Monetary Easing (QQE) with Yield Curve Control." Yes Virginia, the BOJ has added another tool to try and coax inflation back to life. QQE with YCC has been expanded to QQE with YCC and ...|
|... the path towards normalisation while the PBOC (just over the weekend) reduced its reserve requirement ratio. But yes Virginia, we all should "worry over impact." Those who still remember their history will recall that time in August 2015 when the ...|
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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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