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ESG becoming essential to insto alternative investment

ALEX BURKE  |  FRIDAY, 27 MAR 2015
... LGT Capital Partners. Based on a survey of 97 institutional investors across 22 countries - including Australia, Japan, Belgium, France, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and the UK - the research showed that 75% of respondents incorporated ESG issues ...

Crime pays: Why new European GDP rules are causing a stir

MARK SMITH  |  FRIDAY, 13 JUN 2014
... and Romania; 1%-2% for Czech Republic, Estonia, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain; 2%-3% for Belgium, Denmark, Germany and France; 3%-4% for Austria, Netherlands and the UK and 4%-5% Finland and Sweden.

ECB to stay in May

BENJAMIN ONG  |  FRIDAY, 2 MAY 2014
... 0.4% in the March quarter - the fastest pace in 6 years -- from 0.2% in the previous three-month period. As it was for Belgium. Real GDP grew by 0.4% in the three months to March - the fastest in three years -- from 0.3% in the December quarter. As it ...

Frightened eurozone savers to buy Aussie dollars

MARK SMITH  |  TUESDAY, 2 APR 2013
... which could have perilous consequences for depressed parts of Europe. He says that savers in Greece, Ireland, Portugal and Belgium are now legitimately concerned that further shocks could see their deposits taxed heftily. "This could now begin to result ...

Flip flop

BENJAMIN ONG  |  TUESDAY, 27 NOV 2012
... country will be ejected 23.2% The Eurozone will shrink to a core of creditor nations (Germany, France, The Netherlands, Belgium, Finland) 34.2% Germany will leave the Eurozone 4.9% Other ` 2.4% Mercer Hammond captured the overriding mood that has prevailed ...

Australia leads in global median wealth

MARK STORY  |  FRIDAY, 12 OCT 2012
... include: Australia (US$194,000) again tops the table by a considerable margin in terms of median wealth, with Japan, Italy, Belgium, and the UK in the band from US$110,000 to 140,000. Exchange rate changes have reduced Australia's average wealth (US$ ...

Australian super funds, world's third best

ALEX DUNNIN  |  THURSDAY, 27 SEP 2012
... to bonds and cash. Behind Australia's 50% equities weighting are the US with 48%, Finland with 41%, Chile with 40% and Belgium with 35%. Hong Kong pension assets are 55% weighted to equities but Hong Kong is not in the OECD. Australia is also a leader ...

More of the same

BENJAMIN ONG  |  MONDAY, 25 JUN 2012
... of vino rosso by the Fontana di Trevi. We'll know more about the European Plan when leaders meet later in the week in Belgium. In the meantime, expect more trades ups and downs in the financial markets as speculation once again dictates the markets' ...

Greece chooses pain to pain

BENJAMIN ONG  |  MONDAY, 18 JUN 2012
... to the European crisis for this one has again been averted. The same goes for the European summit (yes, another one) in Belgium on the 28th of this one. Ahh... the more things change, the more they stay the same. And what now of QE expectations? Or ECB ...

Thrilla in Australia

BENJAMIN ONG  |  FRIDAY, 24 FEB 2012
... Growth will be highest in Latvia, Lithuania and Poland and lowest in Greece and in Portugal." The "unlucky niners" are Belgium, Greece, Spain, Italy, Cyprus, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia and Hungary. But for all it's worth, the take-away here ...