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|... tightening their belts in response to the recessionary environment, Fidelity International cross asset specialist Anthony Doyle argued the country was unlikely to experience a consumer led recovery. "Given the outlook, it is important that savers understand ...|
|... result in global growth coming in at -3.3% this year and will lead to a downturn worse than the Great Depression. Anthony Doyle, cross-asset specialist at Fidelity, said lockdowns due to COVID-19 have led to an unprecedented collapse in economic activity ...|
|... challenges the US faces economically are still ahead of us." Similarly, Fidelity International cross-asset specialist Anthony Doyle told Financial Standard volatility is here to stay. "Volatility is set to remain elevated for the next few months," he ...|
|... prices for Australia's first home buyers through the generations. Fidelity International cross-asset specialist Anthony Doyle said Boomers (born 1950) have cause for celebration, with fantastic results from their first home property purchases. "It ...|
|... of 'bad news' catalyst cause sentiment to flip," he said. Fidelity International cross-asset specialist Anthony Doyle said that while conditions remain constructive for the Australian equity market, the pathway to further growth is littered with ...|
|... pinch. Speaking at the Fidelity Emerging Markets Adviser Forum in Sydney, Fidelity's cross asset class specialist Anthony Doyle said the closer Australia gets to zero rates the closer investors get to lower yields. "It is no secret the Reserve Bank of ...|
|Fidelity International appointed Anthony Doyle to the newly created position of investment specialist. Sydney-based Doyle will help position Fidelity's broad investment capabilities, strategy, markets views and performance to clients. He reports to ...|
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Australian asset managers are the fourth-fastest growing of their global peers, clocking in 11.9% in compounded annual growth over the last five years, says a new report from Willis Towers Watson.
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The head of QSuper's advice unit has departed after the superannuation fund restructured its financial-advice offering to members.
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BlackRock has won a passive investment strategy mandate from AMP New Zealand for an undisclosed amount.
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APRA and ASIC have published the latest data on life insurance claims and disputes, demonstrating the difference financial advisers make when it comes to TPD and trauma claims.
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