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|... than expected employment gain last month (and the rise in the jobless rate to 5.6%) makes the call even more convincing. Ahh yes...surprises - on the up and the down. Rate hike calls in March because the Feb jobs numbers surprised on the upside - more ...|
|... -- they're all playing the same song - that the US Federal Reserve could, would or should end QE3 earlier than expected. Ahh, that familiar phrase again -- coulda, woulda, shoulda. I don't know about you but isn't the Fed just engaging in a healthy and ...|
|... production; America's debt ceiling impasse, and; Standard & Poor's downgrade of the USA to AA. This time could be different. Ahh, those immortal words. Certainly, or hopefully, we won't see a repeat of the catastrophe that hit Japan or any other country ...|
|... 38.8% between 20 December 2011 and last night. So there we have it folks! Nothing seemed to have remained equal for Steen. Ahh... but then, Steen explains that his "Outrageous Forecasts" were "never... an exercise in being right" but more to provoke ...|
|... first time in six years that it has maintained the status quo on Melbourne Cup Day - following yesterday's deliberations. Ahh yes, it'sthe world economy. While the RBA thinks that the "Risks to the outlook are still seen to be on the downside, largely ...|
|... and lower commodity prices? Fortunately, the RBA's on the job... but it might have to more hard yakka. Here comes the sun. Ahh, but it's not all bad out there. There are some encouraging signs coming out of the world's biggest economy - the good 'ol ...|
|... has shifted to whether or not QEs will work to bring back animal spirits and lead to a longer lasting and durable recovery. Ahh, but then again, it could take years before markets find out the answer to this. Not good enough for algorithmic-driven markets. ...|
|... showed that China managed to pull in FDI's worth US$473.8 bil in 2010 and US$468.2 bil in the last five months of the year. Ahh, then again... don't forget this is China and the politburo declared a self-imposed slowdown to cool its overheating economy ...|
|... expectations for a 0.5% climb and the biggest jump since February -- a good sign. Then again, doesn't good stats mean no more QE? Ahh... but QE hopes linger. Another indicator - the NFIB small business optimism index - fell in July following two consecutive ...|
|... in June, a budget surplus (or small deficit) this fiscal year, the list goes on. With stats like these, what's the worry? Ahh yes! The high A-dollar - the nominated curse of the moment. Even the RBA has named it as one of the downside risks to its upgraded ...|
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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