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|... the recent interest rate cuts. HUB24 called for a trading halt in light of an article written in the Australian Financial Review published on July 3, claiming its account holders and clients of its competitor Netwealth, will earn negative returns on ...|
|... interest rates... and soon. Banking on historical precedence (pun intended), Matthew Cranston - the Australian Financial Review 's (AFR) economic correspondent - doesn't think July rate cut is a done deal because: "Of the 46 times the RBA has ...|
|... attaching a 100% probability of two rate cuts by October." And then, here's Vesna! Vesna Poljak - the Australian Financial Review 's (AFR) market editor - reports Westpac's chief economist Bill Evans has upped the ante and is now calling ...|
|... will be paying close attention to developments in the labour market at its upcoming meetings." The Australian Financial Review (AFR) writes: "Market pricing for an interest rate cut in June moved from 36% to 54% after the data release." But the AFR doesn't ...|
|... margins, profits and lending capacity without doing much to boost the economy", as published in the Australian Financial Review. Yes Virginia, they're looking out for number one (politicking?), of course. I trust the RBA enough not to give in to ...|
|... Michel-Verdier made sexual comments to her in a Madrid nightclub last year and invited her to his room, the Australian Financial Review reported.|
|... Quoting Thomas Helbling - the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) lead analyst for Australia - the Australian Financial Review (AFR) printed that, "It's in a delicate situation. In terms of general direction, we're not surprised [prices have ...|
|"It's in a delicate situation. In terms of general direction, we're not surprised [prices have fallen]... That said, [the] downturn has been a bit bigger." These were the Australian Financial Review's (AFR) quotable quotes from its exclusive ...|
|Iron ore prices are going to go up. Iron ore prices are headed lower. Iron ore prices will go up and then head down. These are the different forecast permutations on the outlook for iron ore. Here's a quick sampling of the Australian Financial Review's ...|
|... and hovering there through 2020; it previously forecast it at US65c for 2019 and US70c for 2020." (Australian Financial Review) - and more, the A$ has since headed in the wrong direction (see opening para). This is troubling for the Australian's ...|
AustralianSuper wants to triple its investment in private credit to $15 billion in next three years, as it announces a new head for the asset class.
The Association of Financial Advisers fears that ASIC's FY21 industry levy will blow out even more than its estimates.
Willis Towers Watson appointed a new lead for its investments team in Australia as the incumbent moves to client consulting.
Property developer ID_Land announced it is getting into private funds management, targeting Australia's high-net-worths.
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