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|... there's that A¥7 trillion again next month, and the next, and the next and... Is the sun about to rise again in 'The Land of the Rising Sun'? Hopefully so if all goes according to script: As the yen weakens, import prices increase putting upward pressure ...|
|... of the Japanese central bank. This has spurred widespread optimism that the sun couldn't help but rise again in 'The Land of the Rising Sun' as both fiscal and monetary policy go into reflation overdrive - to defeat two decades of deflation and lift ...|
|... the biggest consumer market in the world". And just in case you're still not convinced that the grass is greener in the land of milk and honey, Malcolm threw in valuation for good measure. "The Dow Jones Industrial Average that reclaimed its pre-crisis ...|
|2013 | FRIDAY, 14 DEC 2012|
|... continue their downtrend as forecast due to increased domestic production it may reinforce the expected recovery in the land of the free and the brave, which could begin a long awaited climb out of self-imposed austerity. Falling US relative wage and ...|
|... it's not China - although economic indicators have been improving there too. That Asian country is the Philippines - the land of my birth. Yes, I'm half Chinese, half Filipino and now a 100% Australian. Lucky 'ey? The way these three economies are going ...|
|... neighbours is now affecting Germany? Duh! The much-speculated, analysed, dissected and blogged presidential race in the land of stars and stripes resulted in, well, very much the same as it was the day before the elections. President Barrack Obama remains ...|
|... development is happening in the world's third biggest economy. Yes, Virginia... the sun seems to be setting in Japan - the "Land of the Rising Sun". Less than a week ago, the Bank of Japan met and decided to maintain the status quo - interest rates at ...|
|... becoming increasingly confident, they're returning some it to their faithfuls. The virtuous cycle is truly under way in the land of Uncle Sam. Rising stock prices and increased dividends lifts household wealth which bolsters consumer spending which raises ...|
|... year. At best, its January gain only reduced 2011's total loss from 17.3% to 14.0%. This is because the economy of the "Land of the Rising Sun" is is being dragged down by both external and internal factors. Externally, the European sovereign debt crisis ...|
|... that helps shield the Australian economy. But spare a thought for Japan. Yes, I know - no one's paying attention to the land of the rising sun lately. Last time we heard about Japan was back in March when disaster struck. They've been making good strides ...|
Victoria Funds Management Corporation has promoted a senior portfolio manager to head of equities, and hired from outside the company to fill the vacant role
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COVID-19 has seen more than half a million Australians lose their jobs and countless businesses shuttered but for SMSF trustee landlords offering rent relief to those facing financial hardship could mean they fail to meet the sole purpose test.
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Liberal MP Tim Wilson has written to APRA chair Wayne Byres urging the regulator to conduct an investigation into vertical integration at industry super funds and related conflicts of interest.
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A corporate superannuation fund has pushed back its date of a planned successor fund transfer to Sunsuper by a year and is prepping members for potential future delays from COVID-19.
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