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|... hikes in interest rates by 2021 (as per the December dot plot). This isn't a good look for Westpac chief economist Bill Evans and his team. In their "Westpac Market Outlook December 2019 & January 2020" report released only hours before the Fed announced ...|
|... Vesna Poljak - the Australian Financial Review 's (AFR) market editor - reports Westpac's chief economist Bill Evans has upped the ante and is now calling for not one, not two, but three RBA interest rate reductions "meaning the cash rate will ...|
|... and also, the still ongoing fallout from the Hayne Royal Commission. And these, even before Westpac chief economist Bill Evans made it known to the world that he's changed his RBA rate projections from steady all the way, to two rate cuts this year ...|
|Could it be? Could it be that Westpac's chief economist Bill Evans has just gotten one up on me? Nah Virginia, me don't want to "kill Bill", we economists may not see eye to eye but we stick together. More so that Bill's come around to my ...|
|... low 1.5%. And they will! The $64 million question is what the RBA will do next. According to Westpac chief economist Bill Evans: "At the beginning of 2018 when Westpac was predicting the cash rate would remain on hold in both 2018 and 2019, markets had ...|
|... previous month while the expectations index improved to 100.1 this month from 96.0 in September. Westpac chief economist Bill Evans explains the surveys latest results: "Some of this likely stems from consistent coverage of the continuing improvement ...|
|... no longer necessary as the downside risks to growth and inflation have eased. But not Westpac, its chief economist Bill Evans is sticking to his guns and saying that, "we are not convinced that the cash rate will need to rise any time throughout the ...|
|... straight month at that. You, I and Irene don't have to hunt for the why's and wherefore's, Westpac chief economist Bill Evans explains it succinctly: "Pressures on family finances, concerns around interest rates, deteriorating housing affordability and ...|
|... outnumbered optimists (below 100) and worse, the sixth consecutive month deteriorating confidence. Westpac chief economist Bill Evans got it on point too: "Much of the weakness is likely to reflect a mix of weak growth in wages; increases in key costs ...|
|... 2008). But consumer moods are also tracking 2008 records...on the downside as observed by Westpac chief economist Bill Evans: "We have not seen such a succession of weak reads since 2008." The Westpac-MI consumer sentiment index declined to a reading ...|
An activist short seller that accused an ASX-listed agricultural fund of running "scams" was dealt a blow in a Supreme Court judgment handed down yesterday.
The $55 billion industry fund is hiking the cost of its standard insurance cover for most of its members, with those aged 55 to 64 years to be the worst hit.
A former Macquarie Group financial adviser has been permanently banned from the industry, following an ASIC investigation into the adviser's "dishonest" and "misleading" behaviour.
It's the end of the road for a BT multi-asset fund managed by Pendal after 52 years, as investor demand ebbs out.
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