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|The S&P/ASX 200 Index has broken the 7000 mark following news of Trump and China finally signing a trade deal, but analysts remain wary of the new record high. The Index gained 47 points on Thursday to finish at 7041.8, setting a new record high for ...|
|... and there are reasons why it would. The outlook for the global 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 ...|
|... Australia chief executive 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 ...|
|... accelerate the development and commercialization of health and medical research outcomes from South Australia. The new Adelaide China Biotech Investment Fund is backed by a group of private investors based in China. Led by An LuFan, executive director ...|
|... provide massive economic benefits that are estimated at $33 trillion per year - the equivalent to the GDP of the US and China combined," he said. "It's critical that companies and policy-makers move faster to transition to a low carbon economy and ...|
|The highly anticipated US-China 'phase one' trade agreement has finally come to pass - signed, sealed and delivered on January 15. The deal involves China committing to buy at least an additional US$200 billion worth of US goods and services ...|
|... JPMorgan Chase chair and chief executive Jamie Dimon said the resolution of geopolitical trade issues (read: Trump and China's trade war) helped boost results. "JPMorgan Chase produced strong results in the fourth quarter of 2019, capping off a solid ...|
|... 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 ETF growth remained on track. "Despite these geopolitical conditions, more ...|
|... October last year. The economy is also suffering from acute weakness in manufacturing and exports, particularly those to China, alongside declining consumer confidence." "In response, the government is providing significant support. Despite recent weakness ...|
|... dollar appreciated by 0.6% to US$0.6901 at the close of last week's trading - boosted by optimism over the upcoming US-China "phase one deal" expected to be signed on the 15th of this month and the de-escalation of tensions between the US and Iran. ...|
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