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|... and currency - into a tailspin. It wasn't a happy New Year welcome to 2016. It was spooky - as the Australian Financial Review headlined on the 8 January, "George Soros see echoes of 2008 crisis". The quote: "When I look at the financial markets there ...|
|... "provisions are adjusted for such events each year." At the same time, though, when pressed by the Australian Financial Review as to his views on climate change, Cameron said that "the extent of influence by humans is still difficult to quantify." This ...|
|... Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA) has hit back at the idea which has resurfaced in an article in the Australian Financial Review. In a statement ASFA said the proposed policy change "is not appropriate" and "enshrining the purpose of the superannuation ...|
|... Bank of Australia (RBA), Glenn Stevens, it seems. In his regular end-of-year tete-a-tete with the Australian Financial Review (AFR), Gov Glenn admitted, "Well, I don't know any more than you, Michael, about what they will do. I only know what's in the ...|
|... reflationary policies - interventionist or otherwise? Funny that, because this is what I read printed on the Australian Financial Review only yesterday - the day "China's stocks rallied to the highest level in seven weeks and turnover jumped..."... when ...|
|... Iran, Kazakhstan, Saudi Arabia, Zambia and Chile would suffer bigger effects on their economies." (Australian Financial Review) The AFR adds, "An indicative interpretation of the IMF's modelling based on Treasury budget numbers also suggests it expects ...|
|... the Fed was damned that it's going to do lift interest rates and now... damned that it didn't. The Australian Financial Review (AFR) this morning quoted director of research and senior managing partner at Penn Capital, Eric Green, saying that, "There's ...|
|... normal? The thing is there are still plenty of spookers out there, highlighted by this piece in the 'Australian Financial Review' (AFR), "Beware the rate rise that kills off bull markets". http://www.afr.com/markets/beware-the-rate-rise-that-kills-off-bull-markets-20150804-girqop#ixzz3hyZiO4U7 ...|
|... that December. That's the Fed lift-off Virginia. And just so you and I don't miss that point, the Australian Financial Review (AFR) even quoted Douglas Borthwick -- head of foreign exchange Chapdelaine & Co - saying that, "I'm in the December camp - ...|
|... conveying information has continued to grow, as has the number of commentators to talk about them." The Australian Financial Review's (AFR) Philip Baker wrote on the blow-by-blow of the minute-by-minute price reaction of the Australian dollar to the ...|
The industry fund will close its basic cash option on August 13, as it sees returns dry up.
The head of Asia Pacific for the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board has been promoted, with a replacement yet to be confirmed.
A former BT Financial Group executive will take the reins of Centrepoint Alliance from today.
Robo adviser Six Park has lowered its minimum investment to just $2000, down from the $10,000 minimum it had at the start of 2020.
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