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|... and generate the exact kind of uncertainty markets hate and run away from." A perfect example of this, he added, was the Brexit vote last year: "In a scenario like that, it helps you to determine whether that uncertainty will help a particular price ...|
|... the Bank Rate where it was since August 2016, when it was lowered from 0.5% to 0.25% to contain the fallout from the 'Brexit' vote of the previous month - a decision that's become supportive of the on-going resilience of the British economy to Brexit ...|
|... Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) shows Australian investors concerned with trade barriers resulting from Brexit and the Trump administration should focus on countries such as China and India where economic growth opportunities are ...|
|... since, despite heightened geopolitical and economic uncertainties - Syria, North Korea, Russia and French elections and Brexit. And more, the US central bank's even considering upside risks to its rosy projections because of Trump's reflationary policies ...|
|... re-negotiate France's status in the EU and to hold a referendum on reintroducing the Franc. (Bloomberg). She's Trump and Brexit put together. Certainly, the best outcome for financial markets is for a Macron win on the 7 May as this would preserve the ...|
|... investors, she warned. Allen, who is "quite impassioned" about the impact FIRB is having, likened its significance to Brexit and Trump. Not only are investors incurring significant fees, there is now a huge time difference in approving deals stretching ...|
|... manufacturing PMI to 54.2 in March from 54.5 in the previous month provides further evidence of the economy's resilience to Brexit uncertainty. The latest reading might be the lowest level in four months but it's also the eight straight month that it's ...|
|... guard against: political (elections in France and Germany); Trump (trade protectionism); renewed terrorist attacks; and Brexit.|
|It's official. It's signed, sealed and delivered. Making good on the promise she made in October last year, UK prime minister Theresa May invoked Article 50 of the Treaty of the European Union formally setting in motion the two-year time limit for negotiations ...|
|... the year to February - the fastest annual rate since June 2014 - from 1.6% in the previous month and 1.4% in June 2016 (Brexit vote). And there's more upward pressure in the pipeline with prices at the factory gates (PPI-output) rising by 3.7% in the ...|
The executive manager of operations at a $17 billion industry superannuation fund resigned recently, with a replacement yet to be appointed.
Clime Investment Management has partnered with Sequoia to launch a new fund that aims to provide a yearly income of 8%.
A three-day trial has been scheduled for the landmark case brought against Rest by member Mark McVeigh.
A retail superannuation fund has dropped the investment fees on three options by 10 bps to 19 bps, with its chair saying the cuts will help it be more competitive.
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