Chief economist update: Do nothing RBABY BENJAMIN ONG | TUESDAY, 7 AUG 2018 10:33AM
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.Read more: Australia, UK, economics, Bank of England, China, Mark Carney, Philip Lowe, RBA - Reserve Bank of Australia, Ronan Keating, US Federal Reserve
Challenger's multi-boutique business Fidante Partners has listed its first active ETF as it dips its toes in the exchange-traded fund market.
The planned sale of ANZ Wealth to IOOF is under threat as a result of the uncompromising action of APRA. As such, Morningstar has placed the stock IOOF Holdings under review.
The latest addition to Perennial Value Management's retail distribution team is moving into a hybrid role.
The question going forward is what's the Fed going to do going forward. Some say it would ease raising interest rates while others think it's now close to "neutral" (whatever that neutral rate is).
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