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|... eight rate cuts last month [July] - the largest number since March 2015. Some unexpected entrants such as South Korea and Serbia joined the list. In June, developing market central banks recorded a net five rate cuts." The Australian dollar's depreciation ...|
|... was buying protection in Lloyds Bank in the UK. Interestingly, though, as a return-seeking position Husain highlighted Serbia, where inflation has decreased from 12.4% to 0.6% in the past three years, and the three-year yield on fixed income investments ...|
|Bloody Vladimir! This must be what US President Barack Obama thought after two-time (2000-2008 and 2012-present) Russian President and two-time (1999-2000 and 2008-2012) Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin "asked" and "got" the Russian Parliament's ...|
|... currencies by forming the Latin Monetary Union. They were joined by Spain and Greece in 1868, and Romania, Bulgaria, Venezuela, Serbia, San Marino in 1889. The Union was disbanded in 1927. The second was the introduction of the Exchange Rate Mechanism ...|
|... universe contains roughly 250 companies across former member states of the Soviet Union, Bulgaria, Romania, Czech Republic, Serbia, Croatia, Albania, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The fund attempts to avoid investing in company equities that receive ...|
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AustralianSuper has welcomed almost 60,000 new members following the completion of its merger with Club Plus Super.
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Vanguard, UniSuper and BetaShares are some of the winners in Money magazine's 2021 Best of the Best Awards.
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The former head of distribution (retail/advisory) at AMP Capital has moved on to a new role.
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Glenn Stevens has been appointed the next chair of Macquarie Group and Macquarie Bank following the retirement of Peter Warne.
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