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|... Japanese' confidence in his leadership will make prime minister Suga's task of reviving the economy easier. According to Factset, "Nikkei/TV Tokyo opinion poll showed support for PM Suga's cabinet at 74%, the third-highest for any cabinet ...|
|... 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.|
Natixis Investment Managers hired an institutional sales director who spent nearly a decade at First Sentier Investors.
The newly merged LGIAsuper and Energy Super have scrapped a weekly administration fee and will retain an annual fee as a result of scale benefits.
Fidelity International launched a climate investing policy with a rating scheme in a bid to halve its carbon emissions by 2030.
The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Tax and Revenue has recommended that the Australian Tax Office develop a Bill of Rights' for taxpayers.
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