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|... outperformers, including teleconferencing provider Zoom, protective healthcare equipment producer 3M, global payments giant Mastercard and pharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences. WealthO2 co-founder and managing director Shannon Bernasconi said the new ...|
|... pandemic. This includes video conferencing service Zoom, protective healthcare equipment provider 3M, payments giant Mastercard, supermarket conglomerate Walmart and anti-viral pharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences. Following today's announcement, there ...|
|... some short term pain for long term gain. For example, it may take some time for payments companies such as Visa and Mastercard to benefit from an increase in digital commerce, because they will also take a hit from less commercial activity generally. ...|
|... exist. Other than Facebook, notable Libra backers include Calibra, Uber, Spotify and Vodafone, however PayPal, eBay, Mastercard, Stripe, Visa, Mercado Pago and Bookings Holdings left the Libra Association following widely publicised US senate meetings ...|
|... second-largest in Australian history at the time. Among its backers are Tencent Holdings, Sequoia China, Square Peg Capital and MasterCard. After an up and down year, Afterpay scraped into the top 50, dropping 21 places from its 2018 ranking to reach ...|
|... cost for QHAL is 0.43% per annum. Top holdings in both ETFs include Microsoft, Apple and Google, Walt Disney, Visa, Mastercard and Johnson & Johnson and Nestle. "QHAL gives investors peace of mind that their returns won't be eroded by the impact ...|
|... in aggregate." Vontobel has "dialled up" investments in high-growth staples and stocks such as credit card company Mastercard and Unilever at different points in time to make up for the divestments. The manager did not disclose what percentage of the ...|
|... by Bank of America later that month. Arjuna Capital is still awaiting response from Bank of New York Mellon, AmEx, Mastercard, Reinsurance Group, Progressive Insurance and J.P. Morgan. Arjuna Capital managing partner Natasha Lamb said the flood gates ...|
|... Boston-based impact investment firm Arjuna Capital. In 2017 Arjuna Capital also issued resolutions to Bank of America, MasterCard, American Express, JP Morgan, and Wells Fargo. Citi also originally rejected the proposal. Responding to shareholder pressure ...|
|... multiple than Campbell's Soup as the market has bid up consumer staples. Other stocks held across the portfolios include MasterCard and Samsung. Pacific Current head of distribution Stephen Bramley said, "We are seeing strong interest in GQG Partners ...|
Rest has appointed a new general manager of superannuation and retirement solutions, hiring from NGS Super.
The US is betting that a combination of the stimulus package and COVID-19 vaccinations will lead to full economic recovery by the end of the year, according to a leading economist.
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Challenger's multi-boutique business has partnered with a Japanese asset management giant in a two-way relationship.
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ASIC has hit financial advisers with the news that levies will increase by the equivalent of 160% over two years, with industry bodies outraged.
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