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|... the downdraft from slowing global growth momentum (led by the inverted US yield curve's signalling a recession in America) and lingering uncertainties - wars (trade, currencies, tech, nuclear), the still unresolved issue of Brexit and Trump, among ...|
|... President Donald J. Trump. POTUS is really upping up the ante in his war with the rest of the world in his quest to make "America Great Again" and perhaps, secure a second term at the Oval Office. Reminds me of George W. and the Bushisms that flourished ...|
|... bottom-up analysis of companies across the region. We have been able to take advantage of credit opportunities in Latin America over the past 19 years by building a diversified portfolio through a deep fundamental analysis process and investing with ...|
|... based on our domestic conditions and outlook, not on global circumstances. But as the inverted US yield curve forewarns, America would be in recession 12-18 months from today. This outlook explains why despite low to very low cash rates, the latest Bank ...|
|... regional head of wealth management for Asia Pacific, and regional head of retail banking and wealth management for Latin America. Prior to HSBC, Lima spent over 13 years at McKinsey & Company, leading client relationships across emerging and developed ...|
|... exploited this "win" to issue fresh tariff threats versus Beijing (and indirectly to all other countries that trades with America). Trump might get what he wants from the Fed too. For as IMF managing director Christine Lagarde recently warned: "US-China ...|
|... which provides more than 145 data feeds from exchanges and other data providers to clients globally with a focus on North America, Europe and Asia. The total purchase price is on a debt and cash free basis, with a material portion subject to earn out ...|
|... escalating trade war with China. According to Bloomberg, Beijing has readied plans to restrict rare earth exports to America with Reuters reporting: "China's Commerce Ministry ... will draft a list of foreign companies, organisations and individuals ...|
|... with the rest of the world. But the immediate implication of higher retaliatory tariffs would be to lift inflation in America as businesses pass on their higher costs onwards onto Mr. & Mrs. Smith. This, at least for now, isn't happening. Prices ...|
|... are compelled to lower interest rates; directly or indirectly impacting the value of their respective currencies. With America 'relatively' doing much better than the rest of the world, US President Donald J. Trump should be gloating the US economy ...|
Sargon Capital's liquidators are looking for extra funding to dig deeper into the company's transactions, potential claims and the possibility of a dividend payment to creditors.
iShares today listed two exchange traded funds on the ASX that invest in Australian corporate bonds.
A survey of 110 pension funds, endowments, foundations, sovereign wealth funds and insurance companies worldwide has revealed the new priority position ESG is taking in asset allocation.
Investec has established a postgraduate research scholarship with the University of Sydney Business School; in a move that it says will benefit the future finance workforce in Australia.
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