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|... slipped to a reading of -7.3 in June versus -7.0 in the previous month. Consumer confidence also weakened in the European Union from -5.7 to -5.8 in June. Brexit? Bank of Thailand holds As widely expected, the Bank of Thailand (BOT) kept interest rates ...|
|... soon, very soon to a theatre near us. With only four sleeps to go before the Brits vote to leave or remain in the European Union this coming Thursday (23 June), the UK remains split down the middle, and by extension, financial markets would rise or fall ...|
|... investment with the BOE even warning of risks to the economy - short term recession - if Britons vote to exit from the European Union on 23 June.|
|... flows, a large drop of commodity prices, escalated geopolitical tensions, the shock of a potential UK exit from the European Union and a large and increasing number of refugees in some regions." Things we already know. What are they gonna do about it? ...|
|... overall to recover. However, in a more upbeat sign for markets, corporate health is positive, with the US and European Union growing," he said. "Our view is that markets are rebalancing to a lower growth world. While volatility will continue to be the ...|
|... Eurozone is facing are a result of "a problem of the architecture of the Eurozone." "Europeans like to think that the European Union is the magnificent construction of the EU spirit. But none of that is true: the EU was created by the United States," ...|
|... issue domestically but they both point to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions over time," Simm said. "The European Union has got a firm, ambitious commitment and it has done since the 1990s. Put those three blocs together and you've got a good ...|
|... overseas models that recognise and value the important social and economic contribution that carers make. "Almost all European Union members and many South American countries have reformed their pension and retirement systems to address gender equity ...|
|... Philippines and Thailand. This is designed to build a regional trading structure which diminishes the influence of the European Union's "UCITS" regime. The central idea is that the Asian region and not Europe should benefit from the Asian region getting ...|
|... deficit is sustainable," Sicilia said. Internationally Sicilia said a burning question remained as to whether the European Union can survive over the long term. "The short-termists, especially those that form their beliefs on economic grounds alone without ...|
HESTA's former executive of advice strategy has taken on a new role at another industry fund.
Senator Jane Hume has slammed the superannuation industry over the excuses used by super funds for not merging, saying there is simply no excuse when members' best interests are at play.
Two major insurance providers have cleaned up at the Association of Financial Advisers' Life Company of the Year and Consumer Choice Awards.
If financial markets were waiting for the Australian labour market report to raise the odds of another RBA rate reduction, they're too late. Now only one question remains.
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