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|... to levels commensurate with 12-months ago, weak global demand and a higher Australian dollar continue to impact, the Ai group said. Reflecting this, export exposed sectors such as chemicals, petroleum and coal products, textiles; fabricated metal products ...|
|... quarter of 2002. Underlying the result is the impact of weak exports and a higher Australian dollar on competitiveness, the Ai Group said. The production index was little changed at 54.8 points in September, while the jobs index again moved below 50 ...|
|... activity, the Australian PMI would have recorded 49.7 points, a second successive monthly decline in activity, Ai said. Ai group deputy chief executive Heather Ridout said the automotive sector was the main area of strength, particularly in terms of ...|
|... today. The RBA this morning left interest rates unchanged at 4.75 per cent, 3.75 percentage points higher than US rates. Ai Group chief executive Heather Ridout warned jobs could go if the Australian dollar continued to rise on the back of high domestic ...|
|... economic reforms if we are to maintain our competitive edge in the medium to longer term, a major Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) study has revealed. The study - How Competitive is Australia? - is part of the Ai Group's big issues, big ideas agenda ...|
|Navigator has appointed Deutsche Bank's Beau Titchkosky in a new role to head up its national distribution development, it has announced. Titchkosky has been brought in to develop alliance opportunities for Navigator and the Norwich Union Austrlai group ...|
In a year the average fund posted over 18% in returns, CommBank's Essential Super was the top one-year performer.
Superannuation funds can expect their results in the first performance test by August 31 under the new Your Future, Your Super reforms, according to an APRA letter sent Friday.
The Federal Court found that RI Advice Group's failure to provide rigorous oversight over a former financial adviser resulted in bad advice to consumer detriment.
Member of Parliament Tim Wilson will lead the charge to determine if big super's domination over the Australian sharemarket is stifling competition.
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