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|... countries, including Japan itself, are now (or on their way) to relaxing restrictions re-imposed after the second wave. As Factset reports: "...Australia's Victoria state recorded fewest infections since 26-Jun as restrictions lift in regional areas. ...|
|... back again ... in Australia, in New Zealand, in Japan, in South Korea, in Vietnam, in Europe, to name a few. According to Factset: "Major Eurozone nations have seen infection rates return to levels not seen since the spring. France recorded the highest ...|
|... able to do more as well. We may need all shoulders to the wheel." Sure, there's no better time to borrow. Based on Factset data, Australia can issue 30-year government bonds at just 1.75% -- accounting for inflation, that's practically free money. ...|
|... reimposed restrictions in one form or another. Recent reports suggest that COVID-19 has also returned to Europe. According to Factset: "This week saw a surge in case-growth across major Eurozone economies, raising worries about a second wave derailing ...|
|... mark to the recovery in the US economy ... threatening Trump's re-election campaign. So much so, that, according to Factset: "President Trump signed a combination of memorandums and an executive order on Saturday, following through on a threat to ...|
|... but Victoria - which accounts for around 25% of national output -- would still drag the good ship SS Australia down. As Factset reports: "The Australian cited Prime Minister Morrison, who said Victoria's lockdown will wipe A$10-12B, or 2.5%, from ...|
|... from April's record low reading of 25.8. I'm unable to obtain Markit composite PMI numbers for Australia from Factset, but AiG's performance indices show the same V-letter shape. Then again, V also stands for the state of Victoria in Australia ...|
|... envisaged to be in effect for six months (from March to September) extended for another six months (to March 2021). As Factset reports: "The government will extend the JobKeeper wage subsidy program from September to March 2021 but at lowered payment ...|
|... New York Fed's real-time economic index following a big rebound in May and early June; and housing market stress." (Factset). Indeed, "The path forward for the economy is extraordinarily uncertain," Powell said.|
|"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times ... it was the winter of despair, we had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we were all going direct to Heaven, we were all going direct the other way..." -- 'A Tale of Two Cities' ...|
HSBC Asset Management is launching a single business unit dedicated to alternatives with $69 billion in assets, to be led by its current global chief investment officer.
Aware Super is targeting the independent financial adviser market, bringing in a former long-serving BT Financial Group staffer who will take charge of advice relationships.
Charter Hall Group has appointed a group head of ESG as it continues to build out its sustainability team and ESG offering.
Australian private equity and venture capital firms' assets reached a record high of $18.4 billion (US$14bn), according to new research.
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