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|... Billiton had eased one cent to $35.34, and Rio Tinto had lost two cents to $65.83 on concerns over China's slowdown, Mr Spooner said. Oil majors were mixed with Woodside Petroleum gaining 13 cents to $35.10, but Oil Search slipped one cent to $6.95 and ...|
|... trade data. "As far as China is concerned, it's wait-and-see now, to see what happens with the March data," he said. Mr Spooner said as yet there had been no downward movement in commodity prices to justify any real nervousness. On the local bourse on ...|
|... over there, the chances that the problems are going to re-emerge in coming months and years look fairly significant," Mr Spooner said. Mr Spooner said investors were also waiting now for the latest economic data from China and the United States. China ...|
|... has responded positively to China's weekend announcement of a further 0.5 per cent cut in its bank reserve ratio," Mr Spooner said in a research note. The benchmark US crude oil contract rose 93 US cents to a nine-month high of $US103.24 a barrel in ...|
|... these things until there actually is an announcement and also until they can see the details of the announcement," Mr Spooner said. "If an announcement is forthcoming we might see some upside." Mr Spooner said trading was likely to remain subdued as ...|
|... pressure this week as investors await gross domestic product (GDP) figures from China, due to be released on Tuesday. Mr Spooner said stocks could face a sharp selloff if growth in Australia's largest trading partner comes in below the 8.7 per cent forecast ...|
|... "Traders and investors are going to be a bit nervous about being caught short on good news from the European front," Mr Spooner said. "This may be the week that we get that, with the leaders' meeting early in the week. "That's been one of the things ...|
|... also focus on the contents of the government's mid-term economic review, when it will release plans to cut spending. Mr Spooner said a key focus for investors would be whether the budget tightening measures allow room for additional rate cuts by the ...|
|... has been demanded by the European Union and the International Monetary Fund as a precondition for further support. Mr Spooner says any signs this package will not be passed are likely to trigger a further market sell-off. In the resources sector, global ...|
|... factors over the course of the day. "The Australian market is again likely to fall significantly less than the US," Mr Spooner said. "Investors are beginning to focus on the fact that the outlook for the domestic economy is likely to improve in coming ...|
A former New South Wales Treasury Corp executive has joined the prudential regulator as head of investment risk.
MLC Life has been handed a new group insurance mandate from a retail superannuation provider.
Pinnacle Investment Management has made a $3 million cornerstone investment in OpenInvest.
The Federal Reserve is restricting the investing activities of policymakers and senior staff, including banning them from holding or trading individual stocks and bonds.
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