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|... the US begins to open, individuals are getting back in their cars and avoiding public transport," he said. "The latest Apple mobility data show that the number of requests for driving directions has moved above the January 13 baseline, but public transit ...|
|... Central Bank (ECB) are going to be buying." It has also been buying "high quality corporates" such as McDonalds, Coles and Apple. Despite this, Sivapalan said the support for markets could see a permanent loss of capital for corporates. "Our thesis is ...|
|... such a large concentration of supply chains in one particular region or one particular country," he said. "Companies like Apple may ask suppliers to relocate in several other geographies; set up factories in China, Thailand and Mexico. "Supply chains ...|
|... briefing between her and her husband. Further, the New York Post alleges Senator Jim Inhofe dumped as much as $690,000 in Apple, PayPal and Brookfield Asset Management. Criticising the Senators, Democratic congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted ...|
|... was Microsoft, with the firm increasing its valuation by more than 70% since Chi-X launched its TraCR. "Similarly, our Apple TraCR, Facebook TraCR and Intel TraCR have seen valuations increase by approximately 40 per cent since they started trading on ...|
|... Securities is set to launch a new exchange traded fund on the ASX that will invest in 10 companies including Facebook, Apple, Amazon and Google which together returned 45% last year. The ETF's will hold 10 stocks in equal weighting, adding names ...|
|... CSL and other big pharma companies is one way to play it. Shorting travel and tourism stocks is another way." It comes as Apple announced it would not meet its quarterly revenue forecast of net sales between US$63-67 billion (announced less than a month ...|
|... traded by Saxo clients in 2019 the top holdings of Saxo clients in Australia were dominated by international tech stocks. Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon and Alibaba made up the top five. Smith said US equity markets continue to present attractive ...|
|... Marcus, which provides personal loans and high-yield savings (1.7%) to consumers, as well as the bank's credit card (the Apple Card), which had previously been reported in a different division. According to the bank's 8-K filing with the US Securities ...|
|... million on top of its previous tax payments. It comes following a 10 year dispute between the ATO and Google. Microsoft, Apple and Facebook all stated that they have settled their tax disputes with the ATO, raking in a nice $1.25 billion to bolster the ...|
The $80 billion fund manager has hired BMO Global Asset Management's Asia Pacific managing director as an executive director as the incumbent retires.
Wilson Asset Management has responded to allegations by Keybridge Capital, noting the investment manager has already failed twice in previous attempts to obtain orders of this kind.
The former head of ESG investment research at AMP Capital has taken up a new role.
Fortnum, Centrepoint, Easton Wealth, CountPlus, Fitzpatricks and Paragem have all criticised the Financial Planning Association of Australia's latest policy proposal.
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