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|... having a second bite in Asian countries. It's doing the rounds (again) of Japan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Vietnam and South Korea after restrictions were eased. They've all reimposed restrictions in one form or another. Recent reports suggest that ...|
|... economic outlook report puts Australian GDP growth (or should I say contraction) this year only second smallest to South Korea among the G20 - 5.0% (single hit); 6.3% (double-hit). JEFU expects the unemployment rate to peak at around 9.25% in the December ...|
|... instil optimism. Several US states have either deferred re-opening or reimposed lockdown restrictions. China, Germany, South Korea, Iran, Saudi Arabia and more recently, Spain (among others), have re-imposed shutdown measures in certain coronavirus hotspots. ...|
|... of Brazil and Ecuador have damaged their leadership role in the eyes of EM investors, while countries like Vietnam, South Korea and Thailand are likely to gain from their effective, transparent policies." China, which makes up approximately a third of ...|
|... 34.7% of your exports (based on World Bank figures) that roughly equates to what Australia sells to Japan (16.4%), South Korea (7.0%), India (4.9%), US (3.8%), and Singapore (2.9%) combined. Australian exports account for around 20% of the country's ...|
|... sold-off sectors. Today, markets have dropped on fears of a second wave, with news of fresh cases in Wuhan, Germany and South Korea erasing yesterday's gains. Stocks that led the charge on Monday are now bleeding red. So were Aussie investors, hopeful ...|
|... late last year." South Korea's Early Coronavirus Wins Dim After Rash of New Cases (Wall Street Journal) "SEOUL -- South Korea, which largely succeeded in quelling the initial spread of the coronavirus, is back on the defensive, with Seoul's bars ...|
|... numero uno export market on the ropes (buying 32.7% of our total exports as at 2019), the second - Japan (9%) - third - South Korea (5%) - fourth, fifth and down the line are also in line for contractions in their respective economies. While the Reserve ...|
|... recorded on March 19 this year - reducing its 2020 year-to-date loss by more than half to -16.1% from -33.7%. Similarly, South Korea has more than recouped its 5.2% depreciation versus the US dollar, rebounding by 5.4% from the March 19 low. These, perhaps ...|
|... BOJ increased monetary largesse. This compares with 142,823 cases in China, 21,157 in Italy, 12,729 in Iran; 8162 in South Korea and even lower than the 1678 reported cases in the US... at the time. covidjapan.com data shows that as of April 6, 2020 ...|
New research from the Australia Institute and Quit Nukes shows most major Australian superannuation funds still have holdings in nuclear weapons.
Australian Ethical has acquired a stake in the newly launched Sentient Impact Group, a boutique chaired by former NAB chief Andrew Thorburn.
The integration of IOOF's legacy superannuation and investments platform has now finalised.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission will not oppose the acquisition of Sydney Airport by a consortium comprising IFM Investors, AustralianSuper and others.
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