|Search Results||Showing 1 - 10 of 100+ results for Benjamin Ong|
|The sharp depreciation in many emerging market currencies this year to date is both a testament to funds flowing out of emerging markets and a forward indication of more downward pressure on their respective equity markets.|
|Australia's unemployment rate of 5.3% matches exactly the OECD's estimate of Australia's non-accelerating inflation rate of unemployment.|
|Australian growth in real wages - nominal wages growth less headline inflation - has now dropped to a whopping 0% in the June quarter from a teenie-weenie growth of 0.1% in the previous three-month period.|
|Now the second longest US small business expansion in history, Main Street is set to push this expansion to a new record by adding a super-charged era of growth.|
|While these estimated losses remain relatively small, it's not hard to extrapolate that many more governments, banks and credit institutions could be caught up if the Turkish crisis spills over and continues to engulf emerging markets.|
|It would have been so easy to ignore the developing crisis in Turkey were it not for the problem of contagion.|
|The slowing trend in New Zealand's economic growth, erosion in business confidence and potential for higher unemployment do not augur well for inflation.|
|The increase in Australia's population growth over the past decade is largely due to increased immigration; the rate of natural increase has not changed that much|
|If all goes according to expectations, today's Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) board meeting will mark 25 months that the country's cash rate has been stuck at a record low 1.5%, and the longest stretch of unchanged interest rates.|
|Wages are key. The RBA won't be able to lift interest rates until growth in wages picks up lest it exacerbates the financial stress on households.|
| | |
A new listed investment trust is offering SMSF investors an opportunity to invest in high-yield bonds, with an annual net distribution north of 5%.
| | |
Financial advisers can't afford to ignore the Comprehensive Income Products for Retirement (CIPR) debate as it will affect all corners of the advice industry, a retirement solutions expert says.
| | |
A $15 billion industry superannuation fund recently strengthened its governance, risk and project management capabilities, hiring eight new team members in the process.
| | |
The sharp depreciation in many emerging market currencies this year to date is both a testament to funds flowing out of emerging markets and a forward indication of more downward pressure on their respective equity markets.
|Brought to you by|
|Keep up to date, don't be the last to know! Get the Financial Standard Daily Newsletter.|