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|... Kase, portfolio manager - fixed income at Schroders. Kase said the concerns investors faced in 2019 - think trade war and Brexit - have come and gone leaving markets relatively unscathed. "The market focus has moved on and we have sailed through relatively ...|
|... the helm of the British central bank. The BOE kept monetary policy unchanged, as widely expected, right on the eve of Brexit. Andrew Bailey will replace Carney as the BOE's head honcho starting on 16 March 2020. Top-tier stats suggest that Carney ...|
|... "There are some big things on the horizon which could hamper growth - the progress of the Phase 2 US-China trade deal, the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, central banks changing their policy framework and the relationship between monetary and fiscal policy ...|
|... accommodative monetary policy, intermittent favorable news on US-China trade negotiations, and diminished fears of a no-deal Brexit, leading to some retreat from the risk-off environment that had set in at the time of the October WEO." "However, few ...|
|... economy is improving backed by the de-escalation of the US-China trade tensions (the phase one deal had been signed), Brexit is no longer uncertain and major global central banks continue to maintain accommodative monetary policies. The Reserve Bank ...|
|... Adam Smith said: "Even though 2019 was characterised by high geopolitical uncertainty around the US-China trade war and Brexit, this did not drag on the long-term performance of global markets. Many who exercised patience between tweets and headlines ...|
|... more investors jumping on board with ETFs than ever before. While 2019's challenging market conditions - including Brexit, Australia's federal election and the ongoing trade war between the US and China - were a distraction for many, Tieu said ...|
|... peers will begin line by line scrutiny next week." This the latest news from The Independent , headed "Boris Johnson news: Brexit legislation passes Commons..." News? Brexit has become less of a news item since 12 December 2019 when the Conservatives ...|
|... de-escalation of the US-China trade war - underscored by the agreement on "phase one deal" -- the lessened uncertainty surrounding Brexit and central banks' continued policy accommodation (and this year perhaps, a helping hand from fiscal policy) ...|
|... New Year for financial markets - the US and China are set to sign the "phase one" trade deal agreement on January 15 and Brexit has become less uncertain - marred by renewed war (the real war) tensions between the US and Iran. A US airstrike in Iraq ...|
Moelis Australia has promoted two managing directors to joint chief executives as it announces plans to acquire a local non-bank lender, eyeing a bigger slice of the $1.8 trillion Australian residential mortgage market.
OneVue has made a provision to write down its Sargon receivable by $26 million to just $3.9 million, dragging its first half bottom line to $27 million in losses after tax.
The director of a 'one-stop-shop' for SMSFs has pleaded guilty to 17 counts of aggravated deception and one count of dishonest dealings with documents.
The multi-asset manager has warned of the effects of climate change on investor's portfolios, urging them to assess a company's "carbon footpath" over eliminating polluters altogether.
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