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|The times, they are a-changin'. After reaching a peak of 103.01 on the 23 December 2016, the Bloomberg US dollar index began its long descent before hitting a three-year low of 89.19 in February this year - a 13.4% depreciation. The US dollar has ...|
|... week (down from this year's high to date of 37.32) - there remains that lingering uncertainty over what POTUS Donald Trump or North Korea's Kim Jung-on or China's President Xi Jinpeng really thinks. Include the heads of states of Iran, Mexico ...|
|Six index points or 0.1% is all the All Ordinaries index needs to add to by the close of today's trading activity and it would match the decade-high (January 2008) closing level of 6241.46 points recorded on January 9 this year. As at yesterday's ...|
|... million barrels in the latest week, the upward momentum in crude oil prices remains. Recent reports that US President Donald Trump would reimpose sanctions against Iran after 180 days (unless a "deal" is agreed upon) would only put a rocket under the ...|
|War: it seems that US president Donald Trump cannot get enough of it. Trump began his war crusade with the media (and fake news), then moved on to North Korea (although this was instigated by Kim's nuclear "exercises"), then trade and China, last weekend ...|
|... exposed raw data on 50 million users to political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica. This firm worked, by proxy, on Donald Trump's presidential campaign and obtained user information with the help of University of Cambridge researcher Aleksandr Kogan ...|
|... the lucky group of countries (that include the EU, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Mexico and South Korea) US President Donald Trump, in all his benevolence, graciously granted exemptions (albeit, temporarily) from his protectionist crusade? Yet, apart from ...|
|With China in the centre of US president Donald Trump's protectionist crosshairs, China needs the result of latest surveys on its economy like a hole in the head...or so it seems. In early March, China's purchasing managers' indices surveyed by both ...|
|... Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities. It still is the best of times for the US economy for in spite of President Donald Trump's micro-management the S&P 500 index remains 3.4% in the green so far this year and 10-year bond yields have fallen from the ...|
|Directly subjecting Australia to US President Donald Trump's proposed steel and aluminium tariffs would have been dire for the country's resources sector, according to more than half (63%) of respondents in Financial Standard 's weekly spot poll. Australia ...|
IOOF expects to spend up to $32 million on paying out Buyer of Last Resort arrangements with financial advisers leaving its network, primarily from Bridges Financial Services.
Link Group is now exploring the possibility of listing PEXA despite recently flagging there was strong interest from other parties in buying the property settlement platform.
PIMCO has named a new lead for its Asia Pacific business as part of an executive shuffle announced overnight.
Even before the COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Australia, it was clear we were returning to pre-pandemic normality, and latest stats back this.
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