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|... an emerging trend that could short-circuit the impending recovery. And its name is protectionism. During the Great Depression, the US Congress passed the Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act, raising tariffs on American imports. Didn't work. Never would. Why? Because ...|
|... popular clamour, fiscal and monetary authorities are very much aware of the policy mistakes that extended the Great Depression of the 1930s. The bulls will be spinning a win - at least for now.|
|... Lehman, Fannie and Freddie, Northern Rock, RBS, Iceland, et al during the darkest economic moment since the Great Depression. The financial system is certainly better positioned now to withstand GM. Don't stop me now. News out last night added to optimism. ...|
|... omniscient credit-ratings contributed to the worst credit, liquidity, financial and economic mess since the Great Depression. Before the GFC, they were too slow - perhaps even unwilling - to downgrade structured assets, banks and financial institutions. ...|
|... it at 40 per cent of gross national product - were among the policy mistakes that prolonged and deepened the Great Depression of the 1930s. Better the threat of having one or two As taken away from AAA than falling back into a downward economic spiral. ...|
|... guide us with this. No one could deny that the worst economic contraction in the US economy happened during the Great Depression. At the same time, there is little debate that what we are experiencing now is a deep recession - far from the scale of the ...|
|... sidelines are frozen into action by prophets of doom who draws parallels of the current crisis with that of the Great Depression. These 'prophets' warn that because the current crisis shares similar causes and symptoms with that of the 1930s, the stock ...|
|... market's nerves. But we'll be right so long as the market realises that recessions have a used by date. Even the Great Depression did not last forever.|
|... reform. Not modest repairs at the margin, but new rules of the game.' What does history tell us? During the Great Depression of the 1930s, new laws were also introduced so that the Americans won't relive the pain and desperation ever again. The Smoot-Hawley ...|
|... trillion, or 57 per cent of GDP. "This is by far the most serious crisis to hit the world economy since the Great Depression. While this crisis originated in the US and some European countries, by now no region or country is insulated. I am afraid things ...|
As investors seek to integrate ESG data into their investment processes, they can mistakenly conflate ESG scores in practice with more familiar financial quality metrics, new research from Eaton Vance has revealed.
One of the nation's largest super funds has joined forces with Women's Legal Service Victoria (WLSV) to simplify the process of splitting super assets.
Clime Investment Management has partnered with Sequoia to launch a new fund that aims to provide a yearly income of 8%.
The executive manager of operations at a $17 billion industry superannuation fund resigned recently, with a replacement yet to be appointed.
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