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|... the great pandemic of 2020 and the variants of 2021. Heck, most equity markets even soared to record highs this year. Bottomline: fiscal and monetary authorities are willing and able to do whatever it takes to return their respective economies back to ...|
|... offered by Uncle Sam (if they're unemployed) relative to what they'll be receiving compared to flipping burgers. Bottomline, and I'll bet my right (eye)balls on it... preserving the monetary and fiscal status quo would keep upward pressure ...|
|... to pivot from aggressive policy tightening to easing - it lowered the fed funds rate from 2.5% to 1.75% in 2019. The bottomline is that, after all is said and done, bond or sharemarket diktat or not, the Fed wouldn't want to see all the money it's thrown ...|
|... what's stopping Trump from invoking the interest of "national security" as he did with the lifting of tariffs. The bottomline, a de-escalation of the trade war between Washington and Beijing would be a surprise (a pleasant one) given current sentiments. ...|
|Centrepoint Alliance flagged its transition to a new revenue model has been somewhat successful, but the dealer group services provider still found itself in the red, latest financial results show. The ASX-listed firm reported a net loss of $2.2 million ...|
|The Aussie dollar is down. Repeat, the Aussie dollar is down! The A$/US$ exchange rate closed at US$0.6879 - down 2.3% this year to date its lowest level in three years - at the end of last week's trading. The local currency is down 1.8% (year-to-date) ...|
|... stuck at 0.2% in June, July and August and core inflation's unchanged at 1.0% in August from the previous month. The bottomline: The ECB sent a clear signal of its commitment to do "whatever it takes" to get growth and inflation going. The hope is that ...|
|... gives them more wiggle room to shift policy, one way or the other. "Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle, wiggle, wiggle yeah"! The bottomline: Fed taper would proceed as planned... unless incoming data become extraordinarily good or extraordinarily bad. So far they're ...|
|... aircrafts and reduce international capacity. Good for Qantas. The maths work same revenue less reduced costs equal higher bottomline. Perfectamento! But... but, yes, that's right, but that's if revenue remains the same. Hell may freeze over but as sure ...|
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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