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|... announce more stimulus measures - good - because of "bad" China slowdown data. So it is with Japan with both the BOJ and PM Abe expected to unleash more money to offset the expected "bad" after-effects of the higher consumption tax. So it is with the ...|
|... Asian financial crisis in 1997, there's none of that this time (or is there?). And this time, both the Bank of Japan and the Abe government have vowed to roll out more stimulus measures to cushion the negative impact of the tax on spending. Talkin' bout ...|
|... restructuring -- designed to lift the country's growth and inflation at the same time. First arrow. Less than a month after Shinzo Abe san was elected PM in December 2012, he announced stimulus measures totalling around A¥10.3 trillion (was worth ...|
|... higher yen doing? It's putting pressure on Japanese exporters and soon, the Japanese economy and soon, offset the BOJ and Abe's fight against deflation. And don't look ma ... the Australian dollar is starting to strengthen again and that's even in the ...|
|... only has to look at the bright and beautiful things happening to the Japanese economy to conclude the same. Let's start with Abe and the BOJ's war on deflation - they're winning. Headline inflation have been steadily on the up and up since June last ...|
|... adding to pressures on China and other emerging markets," they said in the report. Furthermore, Japanese prime minster Shinz? Abe's radical economic reforms are also aimed at increasing the world's third largest economies competitiveness. Abe has targeted ...|
|... is slated to give a speech called The Australian Dollar: Thirty Years of Floating at the Australian Business Economists (ABE) Annual Dinner. In equities news, BHP Billiton, Sonic Healthcare, Goodman Group, Paladin Energy and Ausdrill have annual general ...|
|... investing instead...at least they've got the Fed to back them up. Speaking of Fed backing, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's also pinning his hopes on his own central bank when he announced that the consumption tax would be raised from 5% to 8% as ...|
|... next year. The same move in 1997 that returned the Japanese economy to recession and deflation. But fear not. This time, the Abe government plans to avoid a repeat of history by simultaneously unveiling a A¥5 trillion (US$51 billion) stimulus package. ...|
|... effort to reach a wider range of institutional and retail investors in both the Japanese domestic market and overseas. Hideo Abe has been appointed executive vice chairman of Nikko AM, a related entity of Tyndall AM. The appointment will be effective ...|
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AustralianSuper will introduce a new fee for MySuper members from April 2020 to offset the impact of the Protecting Your Super changes.
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The alternatives assets data juggernaut is opening an office in Sydney, as it looks to expand its local client base and build its research coverage.
New Industry Super Australia research claims to show plans to make superannuation optional for low-income workers is nothing more than a tax grab.
A Brisbane boutique is winding up an Aussie equities fund, after an investor decided to redeem their money, representing roughly 60% of the fund's assets, just before Christmas.
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