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|Everything that could go right is going right for Japan. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won by landslide at the 22 October 2017 general elections, ensuring that sitting Bank of Japan (BOJ) governor Haruhiko Kuroda will be re-appointed when his term expires ...|
|... with policy unchanged and stimulation to remain until inflation meets 2% target. This was assured by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's landslide victory in the recent elections that, in turn, guaranteed BOJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda's continuity at the helm ...|
|... exit from Spain scuttled by Madrid suspending Catalan's autonomy; there's the Japanese elections where sitting PM Shinzo Abe won by landslide (Abenomics lives on); and closer to home, New Zealand's election stalemate ended with the opposition Labor Party ...|
|... since the period between the March 2005 and June 2006 quarters. Underlying all these is optimism that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling Liberal Democratic Party will win the 22 October general elections and hence, the continuation of "Abenomics" - the ...|
|... the improvement in the global economy have been the major factors behind the growth in external demand. Thankfully, Trump-Abe meeting of 10 February ended well (read, the yen could continue to weaken ... well, maybe). As their joint statement noted ...|
|... consumed and these guys are back in the hospital. The reality of higher dividend streams, off share buybacks and Prime Minister Abe delivering on fiscal policy is starting to come through and I think it is an excellent time to engage." In May 2016 Wisdom ...|
|... This follows on from a recent decision by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal to uphold a decision by ASIC to disqualify Abe Samuel from being a SMSF auditor. The AAT was satisfied that Samuel had "failed to carry out or perform adequately and properly ...|
|... Japan, whose negative interest rate policy proved unpopular, was at the head of the pack; last month Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's cabinet approved a fiscal package of over ¥28 trillion ($362 billion) which equates to 5.5% of the country's GDP. "While ...|
|... Hoven, the matter has been adjourned until 23 September 2016 for closing submissions. The AAT affirmed ASIC's decision to ban Abe Samuel from being an approved SMSF auditor after the AAT found Samuel had "plainly breached" auditor independence requirements ...|
|... so-called core-core inflation rate (which excludes food and energy) - slowed to plus 0.3% from 0.4% in June. The BOJ and the Abe government need to do more to short-circuit this deflationary mindset. This is because falling prices spawn expectations ...|
There is a good chance the planned superannuation guarantee increase to 12% will be deferred again as the nation continues to struggle with the effects of COVID-19, according to Mercer senior partner David Knox.
BetaShares' ETF that tracks crude oil futures is once again changing the length of contracts it tracks and is taking extra measures to automatically convert the ETF to all cash if oil futures drop significantly again.
The global fund manager saw its profits tumble 196% following net outflows of close to $19 billion in the first half of this year, resulting in heavy hits to fee and commission income.
Chi-X TraCRs and funds will now be offered on a privately owned wealth management platform, granting financial advisers and their clients access to some of the world's biggest listed companies.
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