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Chief economist update: "Quitaly"BY BENJAMIN ONG | WEDNESDAY, 30 MAY 2018 10:15AM
Suddenly the jokes that sprout following Brexit and Grexit is becoming real. This time, it could be "Quitaly". There's also an emerging problem in Spain but, at this point, it's still early to call for a "Madriddance".
Read more: Italy, Quitaly, Spain, Europe, Grexit, Brexit, Madriddance, Star Movement, Outaly, China, Cottarelli, European Central Bank, Eurostat, Factset, Friday, Greece, IMF, Iran, Israel, Italian President Matterella, Italian President Sergio Mattarella, Mario Draghi, North Korea, Prime Minister Rajoy, total EU GDP, US President Donald Trump
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Alex Waislitz is running a fine-toothed comb over the independent valuation OneVue board cited in endorsing Iress's 43 cents per share bid to acquire the company.
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A $52 billion industry superannuation fund has launched an initiative to increase gender diversity in the executive teams of the ASX200 companies and already has the support of industry heavyweights.
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A Shariah-compliant global equity ETF, touted as the world's first, has listed on the London Stock Exchange.
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Long-serving chair of Media Super Gerard Noonan is retiring at the end of the month as the $6 billion fund continues its due diligence in merger talks with $52 billion fellow industry fund Cbus.
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