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|... predicted to engage in some form of policy easing in the coming months. As for the People's Bank of China (PBOC), Factset reports: "At press conference to conclude NPC, Li reaffirmed capacity to use reserve requirements and interest rates to support ...|
|... sooner had the ink dried on the statement, China announced more measures to stem its slowing economy. My compliments to Factset for this synopsis: "Budget deficit target raised to 2.8% from 2.6% last year with CNY2.0T [US$298 billion] in tax cuts announced ...|
|The "Year of the Pig" is turning out to be what it signifies - prosperity, good fortune and success. This is no truer than from the land the 12 animal signs of the lunar calendar zodiac originated - China. This is against consensus expectations that ...|
|... with Australia - it's "banned imports of Australian coal and will cap overall coal imports for 2019 at 12M tonne" (Factset) - makes me lean in favour of Bill's call. Still, this remains a developing story. It could be that China's only flexing ...|
|... previous month. At the same time, the unemployment rate has edged lower to 5% from 5.1% (taking this to two decimal points, Factset figures show the jobless rate down to 4.98% in December - the lowest rate since June 2011 (4.92%)). That's fine and ...|
|... 25 to 40 year paper by ¥10B ($88.39 million) each, from its previous operations, to ¥190B and ¥80B, respectively" (Factset) on the 9th of the same month. I commented in this space at the time that "...the recent market reaction to taper speculations ...|
|The British Parliament has put a full stop to months of speculation over PM Theresa May's leadership when she emerged victorious - 200 to 117 - over her own party's (the Conservative Party) no confidence motion lodged against her. The Party's ...|
|... might be forced to exit the prime ministership of the United Kingdom before the UK exits the EU in March next year. As per Factset: "May also facing a potential no-confidence vote as an increasing number of Tories are trying to oust her (Reuters, the ...|
|The "mother of all eco stats" - the US employment report - has been released. But it was neither here nor there and by the looks of it, it didn't make an iota of a difference that the Fed will raise the fed funds rate by another 25 basis points ...|
|... 25 to 40 year paper by ¥10B ($88.39 million) each, from its previous operations, to ¥190B and ¥80B, respectively" (Factset) on the 9th of the same month. I commented in this space at the time "...the recent market reaction to taper speculations would ...|
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The $62 billion industry super fund Rest has strengthened its internal investment team with two key appointments.
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Superannuation funds welcomed the budget's move to dump the $450 threshold, but called out a lack of measures to close the super gap.
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The latest Morrow Sodali institutional investor survey has revealed what some of the largest institutional investors in the world want from fund managers and companies.
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The March FASEA exam results show that January's lower pass rate may become a trend in 2021.
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