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|... batch of economic growth data out of the United States, but Shanghai sank again, extending the previous day's sell-off. Tokyo reversed morning losses to end 0.30 per cent higher, adding 62.41 points to 20,585.24, while Sydney was up 0.52 per cent, or ...|
|... level since reunification almost a quarter century ago. HONG KONG - Asian shares mostly gained after a Wall Street rally. Tokyo jumped 1.08 per cent, or 219.92 points, to 20,522.83 as the yen weakened against the greenback and top firms including Nintendo ...|
|... instituted at the start of the month to prevent a market meltdown. Hong Kong rose 0.47 per cent, or 115.51 points, to 24,619.45, Tokyo ended 0.13 per cent, or 25.98 points, lower at 20,302.91 and Seoul was marginally down, shedding 1.48 points to 2,037.62. ...|
|... sank more than three per cent Monday - clawed back early losses to end up 0.62 per cent, or 151.98 points, at 24,503.94. Tokyo eased 0.10 per cent, or 21.21 points, to 20,328.89 and Sydney edged down 0.09 per cent, or 5.19 points, to end at 5,584.7. ...|
|... drop since February 2007, according to Bloomberg News. Hong Kong fell 3.09 per cent, or 776.55 points, to 24,351.96, while Tokyo declined 0.95 per cent, or 194.43 points, to 20,350.10. Seoul gave up 0.35 per cent, or 7.15 points, to 2,038.81. However ...|
|... a recent new offer for Australian retail investors is substantially invested in the UCIT global equities strategy. The Tokyo-based asset manager has plans to launch more UCITS funds in the coming months in order to meet global investors' evolving demand ...|
|... Thursday. HONG KONG - Asian markets mostly fell following more downbeat Chinese data and another sell-off on Wall Street. Tokyo shed 0.67 per cent, or 139.42 points, to end at 20,544.53, Sydney fell 0.43 per cent, or 24.2 points, to close at 5,566.1 ...|
|... bailout following the Greek parliament's approval of a second batch of reforms. HONG KONG - Asian markets mostly rose, with Tokyo lifted by a stronger US dollar as investors positioned for a US rate hike, and Shanghai extended its rally. Tokyo rose 0.44 ...|
|... York on Monday, when it had earlier hit a near three-month low point at $US1.0809. HONG KONG - Asian markets advanced with Tokyo boosted by a weaker yen and Shanghai's recovery continuing. However, falling commodity prices are fuelling fears about global ...|
|... flat, edging down 10.46 points to 25,404.81, while Seoul closed 0.17 per cent lower, giving up 3.48 points to 2,073.31. Tokyo and Jakarta were closed for public holidays. WELLINGTON - The S&P/NZX 50 Index increased 8.16 points, or 0.1 per cent, to 58 ...|
Early Release of Super payments surged around $7 billion in the first week of July, according to Treasury estimates, but this may not be a reason to panic.
Funds from IOOF, Vanguard and Fiducian figure among the top-five performers among wholesale funds, in the latest Rainmaker Information tables to May end.
Pengana Capital's national sales manager for private banking and wealth has left the firm after more than five years, setting his eyes on a new life in sunny Queensland.
In a new paper from Actuaries Institute, Anthony Asher argues financial advice can be made cheaper if the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) provides some of the data necessary for good advice.
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