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|... war - US and China, Japan and South Korea; Brexit; political uncertainty (in Hong Kong, in Italy, in Russia and in Argentina). These mounting uncertainties have pushed investors into safe haven assets such as longer-term bonds and currencies like the ...|
|... and Australia". No surprises but the IMF nominated the US-China trade tensions - along with "macroeconomic stress in Argentina and Turkey, disruptions to the auto sector in Germany, and financial tightening alongside the normalisation of monetary policy ...|
|... (+2.5%); Nasdaq (3.0%); Russell 2000 (+2.5%). Merry Christmas! It would even be merrier if Trump and Xi's meeting in Argentina this weekend leads to ceasefire in the trade war. Then again, of course, the unpredictable entity that is Trump will keep ...|
|... House economic adviser Larry Kudlow is singing Eva Peron's song, telling CNBC that the upcoming Trump-Xi meeting in Argentina provides a "break-through" on the trade dispute and that there's a "good possibility" a deal could be reached. The mounting ...|
|... area." "The shakier outlook in 2019 reflects deteriorating prospects, principally in emerging markets such as Turkey, Argentina and Brazil, while the further slowdown in 2020 is more a reflection of developments in advanced economies as slower trade ...|
|... 80.3 and 80.2 respectively; Denmark previously held first place for the last six years. Of the 34 countries analysed, Argentina received the lowest score, coming in at 39.2. In compiling the report, Mercer said the growing tension between adequacy and ...|
|... looking to gain access to US listed shares." Deutsche developed transferable custody receipts in 1995, offering them in Argentina, Mexico and most recently Chile. Deutsche Bank sets up the security's structure and acts as depositary bank, pays the dividends ...|
|... institutions could be caught up if the Turkish crisis spills over and continue to engulf emerging markets. Only yesterday, Argentina's central bank raised its repo rate to 45% after leaving it unchanged at 40% at its scheduled meeting less than a ...|
|... far this year, according to data compiled by Bloomberg ... Developing nations including Turkey, Indonesia, India and Argentina have raised rates, while Brazil's central bank has sold extra foreign-exchange swap contracts in an effort to stabilise ...|
|... "bangs" from the country north of the DMZ. But other countries have bigger fishes to fry, largely self-inflicted as in Argentina and Turkey's case. Just like Argentina two weeks before, Turkey is in the firing line. The Banco Central de la Republica ...|
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The chief executive of NewCo is set to exit among other changes to CBA's group executive lineup.
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A boutique founded by former Kapstream portfolio manager is gearing up to list three strategies as ETFs on Chi-X.
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Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia chief executive Martin Fahy has hit out against vocal critics of the super system on the opening morning of the 2019 ASFA Conference in Melbourne today.
The managing director of an AMP-aligned dealer group is exiting the business to take on a new role.
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