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|... rates were largely to blame for the recent risk-off trade. "The countries that have resorted to negative rates to date - Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland and Japan - wanted to create a disincentive for banks and savers to hold money on deposit. In theory ...|
|... and was most recently an independent consultant with ESVAGT, a provider of emergency response and rescue services in Denmark and Norway's offshore oil and gas industries in which AMP Capital has a 50% stake. "Phil's extensive experience, which includes ...|
|... negative interest rates in place, including the Bank of Japan (BoJ), the European Central Bank and the central banks of Denmark, Sweden and Switzerland. Managing director of QIC's Global Liquid Strategies (GLS), Susan Buckley, said around 30% of the ...|
|... the payout benefit. No wait, the Danes are already getting it. That's according to a xerohedge.com article titled, "In Denmark You Are Now Paid To Take Out A Mortgage". And as the article concludes: "...first in Denmark, and soon everywhere else in Europe ...|
|... into negative territory if judged as necessary." At minus 0.1%, it's got plenty more room gauging from other countries - Denmark (minus 0.65%); Switzerland (minus 0.75%); Sweden (minus 1.1%) - which have already instituted negative interest rate policies. ...|
|... more than one country. These agreements are with Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Latvia, Malta ...|
|... getting people to work a bit longer in to their late 50s and 60s - then that makes a system a lot more sustainable." Denmark received the number one spot for the fourth consecutive year and the Netherlands placed second. Both countries received an A-grade ...|
|... Commission approval, in September. Established in 1981, Esvagt has 800 employees and services the oil and gas industry in Denmark and Norway and is expanding operations into the UK. "We are pleased to partner with 3i Infrastructure to acquire Esvagt ...|
|... in portfolio disclosure. They are headed by India, but also including Brazil and South Korea. The Nordic countries of Denmark, Finland, and Norway also figure prominently. The United States, the largest fund market and one with a long history in PHD ...|
|... somewhere else." Chang, who chairs Janus Capital's investment committee, explained that negative real interest rates in Denmark, Switzerland and Germany are a clear sign that we live in unusual times and investors need to rethink their approach to fixed ...|
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Pendal Group has made year-long fee cuts on two funds, as it sees the Reserve Bank of Australia holding the cash rate at the record-low of 0.25%.
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Standard & Poor's has downgraded AMP Limited's credit rating from BBB+ to BBB, with all AMP Group entities on CreditWatch with negative implications.
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ME Bank chief executive James McPhee has resigned after weathering scrutiny over the bank's adjusting of redraw facilities for mortgage customers and its relationship with the industry funds that own it.
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At a time when many Australians are engaging directly with their superannuation fund for the first time, member satisfaction appears mixed, with two separate surveys producing some opposing views.
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