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|... renewed contraction in the New Year unless demand shows signs of reviving." You call that bad news? Take a look at the land of the rising sun, or in this case, the land where the sun couldn't rise - Japan. As if the 1.6% annualised rate of contraction ...|
|... Street remains in no mood for celebration even as America commemorated the day Christopher Columbus discovered their land of milk and honey and hotdogs - the Dow's down by 1.4%, the S&P 500 by 1.7% and the Nasdaq by 1.5%. Lessons of scares past show ...|
|... financial markets' worry about the Fed was too much ado about "considerable time". Any moment now, we'll get to know how the land of "Braveheart" and scotch on the rocks - Scotland - voted with regards to their divorce with Britain. And then there are ...|
|... point to the psychological support level. With Wall Street at rest, let's take time to check on the happenings in the 'Land of the Rising Sun' - Japan - and I must say, it's not looking good. As with other equity markets, the Nikkei-225 index rose - ...|
|... May, "...in June as budgetary outlays accelerated following Beijing's call to support economic activity". Finally in the Land of the Rising Sun, while it's central bank is not expected to announce any change in policy when it concludes its meeting today ...|
|... escalating Middle East tensions... Sounds about quite right 'eh Virginia? After all, an escalation of conflict in the land of the sand dunes would lift the price of what's underneath those sand dunes - oil. This, in turn, would erode disposable income ...|
|... we get to read Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's thoughts - he penned himself, in english - on the eve of his visit to the land of the English (he's there now). Not about those speeches and gabs delivered in Beijingese -- some of which may be lost in translation. ...|
|... Best you not remember them - yes them of the Reinhart and Rogoff infamy. There's sun shining ever so brightly in the Land of the Rising Sun with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his government and his 'Abenomics' getting a thumbs up from Japanese voters. ...|
|... looking beyond the next day's or the following week's trade, I still stand behind my view that equity investors are in the land of Goldilocks' land...and visits by papa bear, mama bear and baby bear should be seen as opportunities to add to holdings. ...|
|... continue on weakening and revive the economy of this land girth by sea just as the sinking yen's boosting that of the land of the rising sun. While we're on exchange rate subject, Mr. Alex Dunnin -- my dear colleague and director of research & editorial ...|
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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