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|... decision came following the Chinese currency's fall beyond the psychologically important level - and the threshold Beijing authorities are willing to tolerate before intervening - to an 11-year low of 7.1087 in August 2019. To be sure, America's ...|
|The All Ordinaries index finished 2020 with a gain of 0.7%. Nothing to write home to mother about, especially compared with the 16.3% and 16.0% surge in the S&P 500 and the Nikkei-225, respectively, over the same period. However, the local bourse's ...|
|... weeks earlier ... right down to the risk to the outlook: "The simmering diplomatic and trade tensions between Canberra and Beijing constitute a major downside risk". This compares with the MYEFO's, "Recent trade actions affecting Australia's ...|
|... another twist to the garrotte - import bans and quotas and increased tariffs -- that's strangulating Australian exports to Beijing. This is because China is Australia's biggest export market. Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade data shows ...|
|... screws on Australia after formally banning the importation of Australian coal. The reason, or reasons, are immaterial. Beijing could dig up a number of justifications for its most recent diktat the same way it did when it imposed bans, reduced import ...|
|If not for its ongoing diplomatic and trade tensions with Beijing, Australia would be beaming and congratulating China for the strengthening momentum in its economy and this, after having survived the pandemic without plunging into a recession. After ...|
|... because China is Australia's biggest export market. Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade data shows that Beijing accounts for 35.3% of total exports in 2019/20, much more than our next five biggest export markets combined - Japan (11.8%) ...|
|... education (mainly from China, our Big Bro). But before this, Australia must heal its present diplomatic tensions with Beijing. A snippet from news.com.au says it all: "Australia must "face up to the problems" it has caused to its relationship with Beijing ...|
|... mark, supporting Australian government revenues. However, the simmering diplomatic and trade tensions between Canberra and Beijing constitute a major downside risk.|
|... businesses, Westpac will now move forward with just three branches in Singapore, London and New York. In doing so, it will exit Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Mumbai and Jakarta. The bank's priority going forward is on its core Australian and New ...|
IOOF expects to spend up to $32 million on paying out Buyer of Last Resort arrangements with financial advisers leaving its network, primarily from Bridges Financial Services.
Link Group is now exploring the possibility of listing PEXA despite recently flagging there was strong interest from other parties in buying the property settlement platform.
PIMCO has named a new lead for its Asia Pacific business as part of an executive shuffle announced overnight.
Even before the COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Australia, it was clear we were returning to pre-pandemic normality, and latest stats back this.
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