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|... that it wasn't a "wonderful set of numbers". Instead, with economic growth slowing to 1.4% in the year to the June quarter - it was a woeful set of numbers, the slowest annual growth rate in 10 years. More disturbing, take away the 0.5 percentage ...|
|... offset by a 2.5% increase in equipment, plant & machinery. Year-on-year, actual total capex declined by 1.1% in the June quarter, an improvement from the first quarter's 1.7% contraction but a sharp downturn from 2018's average annual growth ...|
|... sector funds and industry funds, Rainmaker head of superannuation research Jason Ross said. Despite the fact that the June quarter was positive for financial markets given the ASX200 rose by 7.9%, Ross said retail funds only grew by 0.4% quarter on quarter. ...|
|... extending a five-year long trend, a global index shows. According to Janus Henderson, dividend payouts rose 5.7% in the June quarter, thanks mainly to QBE Insurance, which rewarded shareholders on the back of rebounding profits. Ben Lofthouse, head of ...|
|... from 5.25% in 2006 to 4.25% in 2007 was unable to prevent the US recession from the December quarter of 2007 to the June quarter of 2009. But perhaps, this time is different. The US unemployment rate is at near 49-year lows at 3.7% (July) ... but it ...|
|... "Lucky Country" would make it to its 28th year recession-free economic performance (the last recession was in the June quarter of 1991) with us, Australians all, merely waiting for the June quarter 2019's official National Accounts report that's ...|
|... brokerage rates and provide clients the benefits that accrue from the aggregation and netting of trades. In the June quarter, for instance, the netting benefit represented an average 20% reduction in brokerage costs for investors." The firm raised $4.7 ...|
|... Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia. In ASFA's latest Retirement Standard, it found over the year to June quarter 2019 costs rose by 1.5% for retiree couples at both the 'comfortable' and 'modest' levels, compared to the 1.6%increase in ...|
|... the quarter. The group also said it lost a client in Melbourne, which contributed to the losses. Sharp said: "The June quarter saw the execution and rollout of the new Xplore Wrap for investment, super and pension." "The wrap has been positively received ...|
|... that had previously lagged the market, as evidenced by the rally in shares of Commonwealth Bank and Telstra in the June quarter.|
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State Street has relaunched an international equities fund for local investors looking for a climate change and ESG focused portfolio, with a new benchmark.
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