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|... from 11.5 a year ago. The report also cited US economic data which shows consumer sentiment for November (University of Michigan preliminary) had risen 3.9 index points to 93.5, the highest since May 2002. Business inventories rose 0.3% and sales rose ...|
|... apparent strong lift in auto sales. Ex-autos, the 0.7% increase was broadly in line with expectations. The University of Michigan also said its index of consumer sentiment slipped 1.1 points to 88.2 in early September. In London, concerns over the strength ...|
|... points (1.2%) higher at 993.32. The Nasdaq composite index advanced 10.5 points (0.6%) to 1,708.5. The University of Michigan announced its index of consumer sentiment edged 0.6 points higher to 90.3 in July, broadly in line with market forecasts. But ...|
|... report from sports apparel manufacturer Nike prompted some investors to take profits, despite news the University of Michigan has revised up its consumer sentiment index for June. In European trade on Friday the FTSE 100 closed at 4,067.8, up 26.1 points ...|
|... points lower than Friday's close. The weakness in overseas markets was triggered by a report from the University of Michigan, which showed US consumer confidence slipped sharply in early June. The domestic market was led lower by News Corporation, with ...|
|... closed sharply lower Friday, following a survey showing consumer confidence soured in early June. The University of Michigan's index of consumer sentiment dropped to 87.2 in June from 92.1 in May, in contrast to forecasts of a modest rise. The decline ...|
Following its acquisition of a stake in Escala Partners, New York-based Focus Financial Partners is set to buy a slice of Melbourne-based MEDIQ Financial Services.
With the coronavirus, now dubbed COVID-19, impacting not only many lives, but now also the bottom line of some of the world's biggest companies, investors are chasing shorting opportunities to bank big on the pandemic.
A former chair of the SMSF Association has returned for another stint in the top job.
The chief executive of a $5.5 billion industry superannuation fund has spoken out against increasing the superannuation guarantee to 12% in a submission to the Retirement Income Review.
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