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|... the fact that inflation is nudging up but she is staying the course at this stage of no action on interest rates," Mr Spooner told AAP. Shares in David Jones have been placed in a trading halt as investors prepare to vote on whether to accept a $2.2 ...|
|... budget. "We are also seeing profit downgrades starting to trickle down to the retail sector since the winter sales," Mr Spooner said. Retailers Pacific Brands and The Reject Shop have both cut annual earnings forecasts this week, and on Wednesday Flight ...|
|... Thursday, and the fact that iron ore prices have stopped falling for now. "We've just seen a steadying of the nerves," Mr Spooner said. "There's been some economic data in the last day or so which had been mildly positive, and there was a figure from ...|
|... of the dialogue between the Fed and the market on the next phase of their cycle - moving towards increasing rates," Mr Spooner said. "Typically, you see a bit of an announcement effect, which is negative for equity markets, whenever central banks talk ...|
|... said. He said whether the local market reacts further to the situation in Ukraine would depend on what happened next. Mr Spooner said military engagement, the Russians moving west from Crimea or any threats to gas supplies could affect global markets. ...|
|... which has pushed our market down and there's no reason to believe today is the day to turn that around," he said. But, Mr Spooner said, the extended period of weakness meant local stocks were likely to respond more strongly to any good news over the ...|
|... bit of bargain hunting in some of the stocks that were probably beaten up to the greatest extent yesterday," he said. Mr Spooner said the market was likely to remain higher for the remainder of the day, though traders would be looking ahead to the release ...|
|... finished last week on a positive note as the end of the US government shutdown continued to buoy investor sentiment. Mr Spooner said the local market was now at an "inflection point" which could see it either gain steadily over the coming weeks or drop ...|
|... the situation is that as every day goes by the stakes get higher and that's the way the market is reacting," he said. Mr Spooner said the weakness was spread across most of the local market on Tuesday, though resources stocks were higher thanks to a ...|
|... Spooner said. Aside from the government shutdown, which is likely to be confirmed once the 1400 AEST deadline passes, Mr Spooner said there were a number of potentially market moving events on Tuesday. Retail trade figures for August will be published ...|
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The September financial adviser exam pass rate was stable at 60% but continues to fall below the overall pass rate of 88.5%.
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The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Tax and Revenue has released a report aimed at overhauling Australia's corporate bond market.
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Future Fund's latest portfolio update shows the sovereign wealth fund is just shy of hitting $200 billion.
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Share trading platform Superhero will take the $40 million it has raised this year to expand into New Zealand by mid-2022.
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