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|J.P. Morgan is launching its own digital currency to harness the benefits offered by blockchain. The largest bank in the US is getting ready to roll out JPM Coin, representative of a fiat currency and designed to make instantaneous payments between ...|
|... don't operate in a vacuum. The New Zealand dollar jumped by 1.6% to a one-week high versus the re-strengthening US dollar following the RBNZ's announcement - the reaction to the RBNZ's action (or in this case, inaction). The appreciating ...|
|... inflation is on the reverse, thanks to the Fed's pause - the Philippine peso has appreciated by nearly 1% against the US dollar since the start of 2019 and by 4.3% to P52.08/US$1 from its 2018 low - and the downswing in crude oil prices - Brent oil ...|
|... fiscal push," Taylor says. He says there is no longer a strong case for the Australian dollar to weaken against the US dollar and it would break 70 cents in the near term, ending 2019 at 65 cents. Meanwhile, disappointing CPI and Producer Price Index ...|
|... infrastructure investment of two years ago is past, Anthony noted. He sees the Australian dollar weakening to 0.65 against the US dollar over one to two years, making an Aussie dollar short a good hedge. Anthony is quick to point out that he is forecasting ...|
|... and services more competitive in the world market. Not only that, exporters would receive an extra boost from their US dollar earnings when translated back into Australian dollars. Wait there's more! Australian import-competing industries would also ...|
|... from 31.1%. This brings good tidings to America and by extension, emerging markets, through its flow on effects on the US dollar (a weaker one). However, a weakening US dollar will have to be reflected by strengthening in other major currencies, such ...|
|... MSCI developed equity index is down 9% and the emerging market measure has fallen by 13.3% over the same period. The US dollar index is rising while at the same time emerging market currencies are collapsing. Thomson Reuters/CoreCommodity CRB Commodity ...|
|... these economic factors are global and two are more geographically specific. The obvious factor is EM trading against the US dollar. The second factor is the US interest rate cycle. "We've got [potentially] four rate hikes between now and the end ...|
|... rates) and the ECB has already stated that it would end QE by the end of this year. The Fed's actions have lifted the US dollar that, in turn, is draining liquidity from other markets (mainly, emerging ones including China) as well as making it harder ...|
BNP Paribas Asset Management promoted from within to fill the role of head of wholesale distribution for Australia and New Zealand.
One billion people will own some form of cryptocurrency by the end of 2022, new research suggests.
ASIC is proposing to overhaul the naming conventions of exchange-traded products so that the names are "true to label".
GPT Group (GPT) has announced today changes to its leadership team and adjustments to its organisational structure.
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