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|Japan's economy grew 0.7% in the June quarter after contracting 0.2% in the March quarter. This is stronger than the Cabinet Office's preliminary estimate of 0.5% and is the fastest growth rate since the first quarter of last year (0.7%). This ...|
|... (even slowing) - annual growth in UK average weekly earnings (excluding bonuses) slowed to 2.7% in the year to the June quarter from 2.8% in the previous period. Nonetheless, UK consumers are still lifting their spending. Retail sales growth accelerated ...|
|... Index (WPI) report showed that wages - total hourly rates of pay excluding bonuses - grew by 2.1% in the year to the June quarter. This is at par with market expectations and a marginal acceleration from the 2% rate recorded in the March quarter. However ...|
|... in 2019 before accelerating to 3.4% in 2020. While the unemployment rate remains low, the tick up to 4.5% in the June quarter from the nine-month low of 4.4% in the previous quarter ended five straight quarters of falling jobless rate. The sharp and ...|
|... growth in wages in the Australian Bureau of Statistics' (ABS) Wage Price Index (WPI) report and portends that the June quarter would not be much different from the 2.1% growth in the March quarter. "...the latest HFCR data found nearly half of households ...|
|... (4.9%). The year-on-year pace of expansion accelerated from 2.6% to 2.9% in the second quarter - the best since the June quarter of 2015. At the core of the second quarter's expansion is the consumer - the heart of the economy. Consumer spending ...|
|... Statistics' (ABS) consumer price index report showed headline inflation accelerated to 2.1% in the year to the June quarter from 1.9% in the first quarter. This missed market expectations for a 2.2% gain and was mainly driven by the strong rise in ...|
|... increased. According to BT Financial Advice's (BTFA) technical team, the top query from financial advisers in the June quarter was about deductible personal superannuation contributions. With Australians now able to contribute up to $25,000 in pre-tax ...|
|... accelerate the movement of FUA away from vertically integrated platforms. HUB24 signed 22 new distribution agreements June quarter, which included Fitzpatricks Private Wealth . About $700 million of Fitzpatricks' FUA is expected to transition to the ...|
|... under administration over the last financial year. Now totaling $17.96 billion, Netwealth added $1.95 billion in the June quarter alone. As at March 2018, Netwealth was the 10th biggest platform by market share and attracted 22.1% of net fund flows to ...|
Charities have called on the government to plan for a gradual transition of its stimulatory payments so as to avoid the loss of more than 200,000 jobs in the sector.
A fund manager will remediate clients in eight funds after a recent review of its management costs identified a unit pricing error.
Equity Trustees has handed over the management of Newgate Real Estate and Infrastructure Fund to a new manager, as Newgate Capital announces its intention to retire from the fund.
Zurich Australia and OnePath Life announced donations to 20 charities with COVID-19 response funding.
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