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|... 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 ...|
|... big risks facing investors. Referring to how former US President Theodore Roosevelt rescued Americans from the Great Depression, Shiller said the government's bail-out package is not enough. The Obama administration needs to ensure that the taxpayers ...|
|... permanently high plateau.' What happened? A few days later, there was a big thud in the stock market and the Great Depression ensued. So it was in the boom, so it with the bust. For sure, there are still plenty of risks out there. But astute investors ...|
|... peeped through under the zero line - down 0.2 per cent! And people are talking of Depression? Never mind the Great Depression, which the US and the world survived. The US economy (in year-on-year terms) contracted by even more in 1954, 1958, 1961, 1974/75 ...|
|... remember that 'it is always darkest before dawn.' Recessions come... they also go. Our grandfathers survived the Great Depression, so shall we.|
|2008 is not 1929 and the world is not about to see the next Great Depression anytime soon, explained James Swanson, the chief investment strategist of US-based MFS Investment Management. Visiting Australia late last month, Swanson said the rounds of ...|
|... sites. The Web 2.0 has spawned Depression 2.0, a social networking site where individuals discuss a return to the Great Depression of the 30s. Financial planners and fund managers who want to spar with their overseas counterparts on the merits or flaws ...|
|... Ordinaries index. Investor confidence was buoyed by the biggest percentage gain on Wall Street overnight since the Great Depression and news of the federal government's $10.4 billion stimulus package for the Australian economy. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 ...|
|... Investors have already factored in that the current financial market upheaval could turn out to be a repeat of the Great Depression of the 1930s. Is there any other bad news that has not been factored into the market -- short of speculating that we are ...|
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Former Ausbil microcap managers Tony Waters and Chris Prunty have come out on top of Mercer's Australian Shares Investment Manager Performance ranking, after their QVG Capital Long Short fund returned 29.3% for the year.
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Global investment firm GMO has acquired a Japanese investment advisory firm and nabbed two senior executives from PGIM's quantitative investment manager QMA.
The earlier than expected easing of restrictions in Australia that defrosted social and commercial activity has had its desired effect - rebounding business conditions and confidence, and the feared one - a second wave.
Around 300,000 Australians lodged their second application to access their super early at the start of the new financial year.
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