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|... 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 ...|
|... forced to raise interest rates despite a still weak economy. And for our final destination, we cross the Atlantic to the land of milk and honey - the home of Uncle Sam. Did I say home? Funny that because last night's release suggests that no one's at ...|
|... other group of emerging markets... and its name is Latin America. Oh yeah, that spells Brazil to most. Yes Brazil - the land of surf, sea, sand and Mardi Gras. It might be surprising to those who haven't bothered to look at each individual Latin American ...|
|... heads of states on the triumph of people power in Egypt. But Mubarak's departure doesn't mean instant sunshine in the land of the pharaohs and those of its neighbours. Egypt's future remains uncertain as with the fate of other autocrats in Africa and ...|
|The land of the rising yen is bringing a sinking feeling to Mr. & Mrs. Watanabe. This is the picture painted by the latest Tankan survey by the Bank of Japan. The survey tracks the sentiment of more than 11,000 Japanese firms and is widely considered ...|
|... or not to double dip" question remains unanswered in America. However, the case is entirely different for Japan - the Land of the Rising Yen. For as sure as its currency continues to appreciate, you could be assured that a double-dip will dawn. You wouldn't ...|
|Australian shares are set for a strong opening after Wall Street posted its third largest gain of 2010 as better-than-expected home sales figures boosted optimism towards the US economy. At 0731 AEST on the Sydney Futures Exchange, the June share price ...|
|Fed feeds equity market fervour. If you look at today's headlines, this is the message the various financial news services are trying to convey. "Wall St ends on 17-month high as rates hold" was Reuters' headline. Bloomberg had "U.S. Stocks Rise as ...|
|... per cent. Easy enough, isn't it? Both numbers beat expectations, the Street should be jubilant...we're on our way to the land of Oz - both the mythical one and Aussieland (Australia's unemployment rate was 5.3 per cent in January). It seems that Wall ...|
|... the UK, one well-known Australian politician is moving there for good because according to Pauline Hanson, "Sadly, the land of opportunity is no more applicable." Was she talking about Australia -- the envy of the developed world Australia? Happy Valentine's ...|
Allowing more members in SMSFs is unlikely to spur their establishment rates, according to a submission by University of Sydney's Susan Thorp.
One of Japan's largest providers of shareholder services has admitted to a major operational blunder, after it failed to count 3.4 million postal votes for nearly 1000 companies ahead of their annual general meetings.
BetaShares' Nasdaq 100 ETF exceeded $1 billion in assets under management at the end of August, a net increase of more than $500 million since the outset of the year.
Robeco announced it will now exclude investments in thermal coal, oil sands and Arctic drilling from all its mutual funds.
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