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|"Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water..." - Jaws The history of the US-China trade negotiations has followed a pattern ever since it began in 2018 - rhetoric from both sides building hopes for a deal only to be followed by escalating ...|
|... (TLTRO III), and (v) the introduction of a two-tier system for reserve remuneration." But Super Mario is getting antsy, as Factset reports: " Financial Times cited comments from outgoing ECB President Draghi ... Stressed that all instruments from rates ...|
|As widely expected, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) kept the official cash rate unchanged at 1.0% at its September meeting. Operative phrase: "as widely expected". You, I and Irene can wax pedantic about some changes in RBA governor Philip Lowe's ...|
|... inversions. The good news is that Washington is not having any of these excuses. It's preparing for the worst. According to Factset: "Press continued to focus on potential stimulus measures to counter an economic slowdown ... Much of the focus has ...|
|... of last week's trading. Wall Street's bounce back was retro-fitted with positive rationalisations, according to Factset: "Some factors cited for today's bounceback include oversold conditions, recent positive developments around US and China ...|
|... be a lot of disappointed "expert economists" and punters who put their money where their guesses were. Not only that, Factset prints: "Many also expect RBA to follow up with another rate cut a few months later. That view is reflected in market pricing ...|
|... said higher tariffs cutting into demand, while 42% said they were experiencing higher manufacturing costs," according to Factset. "While more than half said they had not experienced retaliatory measures by Chinese government, one in five said they had ...|
|... quickened to 6.3% in the year to March from 6.1% in the previous month - a sharp improvement from the record low (based on Factset data going back to 1998) of 5.3% recorded in August last year. For sure, these positive developments resulted from economic ...|
|... making China kowtow - er, compromise - to his demands. Trump's now trained his crosshairs on the European Union (EU). Factset reports: "USTR proposed list of European products it will hit with tariffs in retaliation for $11 billion worth of damage ...|
|... export orders returned to expansionary territory." The last time I looked the goings-on in China in early March this year, FactSet said: "Budget deficit target raised to 2.8% from 2.6% last year with CNY2.0T [US$298 billion] in tax cuts announced, including ...|
IOOF has appointed ClearView's chief risk officer to a newly created role, with ClearView nabbing the former chief of risk for Commonwealth Bank's wealth management arm.
Verve Super has launched a gender diversity index and will subsequently change how it allocates members' funds based on how Australian companies perform against the index.
Plenary has bolstered its funds management business, nabbing seven professionals who all worked on one AMP Capital fund.
The corporate regulator is fighting tooth and nail to make National Australia Bank pay a hefty penalty for charging customers fees in return for no service.
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