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Chief economist update: David Australia versus Goliath China
BENJAMIN ONG  |  WEDNESDAY, 2 DEC 2020
... consumers, businesses and investors - until growth becomes self-sustaining. This task has now become less tasking, now that, like China, Australia has defeated the curse of COVID-19. Something wicked this way comes... and that is, the diplomatic and ...
WTW calls for more investment in China
ELIZA BAVIN  |  TUESDAY, 1 DEC 2020
Willis Towers Watson (WTW) has called for greater investment in China despite rising tensions between Australia and China which has led to several trade disputes and ongoing vitriol between leaders. The two research papers from WTW said Chinese assets ...
COVID-19 upends business travel, technology
KARREN VERGARA  |  MONDAY, 30 NOV 2020
... creating new channels to sell goods and services, an even improving product development. However, many businesses reliant on China will diversify the source of import materials. Over half (57%) of chief executives have already begun to onshore supply ...
Chief economist update: It's looking up for the land down under
BENJAMIN ONG  |  WEDNESDAY, 25 NOV 2020
... million (7%) increase in exports of metalliferous ores, most of which was iron ore headed for our largest trading partner, China," said ABS Head of International Statistics, Branko Vitas." This comes alongside the ABS' "International Merchandise ...
Chief economist update: Iron ore to reduce Aussie deficit
BENJAMIN ONG  |  TUESDAY, 24 NOV 2020
"I see trees of green, red roses too..." - Louis Armstrong It'll be peculiar to even be humming this immortal classic at a time when covid-19 continues to afflict most of the world. But the way it's going for this land down under, it wouldn't ...
Pan-Asian equities to perform well: Longlead
ELIZA BAVIN  |  MONDAY, 23 NOV 2020
... attractive diversification opportunities, both Australian and global investors are fundamentally underweight, particularly in China. "There is no question that China is a key element in the appeal of investors looking to the Pan-Asia region - it's the ...
Chief economist update: Vaccine optimism sparks AUD resurgence
BENJAMIN ONG  |  WEDNESDAY, 18 NOV 2020
The Australian dollar is back! Back above the US$0.73 level that is. The Australian currency rose to around this level back in late-August/early-September after the US Federal Reserve announced a shift into a lower for longer strategy - suggesting that ...
World largest asset owners increase ESG, AUM
ANNABELLE DICKSON  |  TUESDAY, 17 NOV 2020
... Investment Fund of Japan with US$1.55 trillion in AUM followed by the Government Pension Fund of Norway at US$1.06 trillion and China Investment Corporation at $940 billion. Furthermore, Willis Towers Watson Australia head of strategic advisory Jessica ...
Chief economist update: Oil could slip on fresh lockdowns
BENJAMIN ONG  |  THURSDAY, 12 NOV 2020
... representing a downward revision of 0.3 mb/d compared to last month's [October] assessment", despite supportive demand from China. OPEC+ may have to limit production again to put the oil supply-demand equation back into a balance that would favour ...
Fund managers' ESG beef
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  WEDNESDAY, 11 NOV 2020
... safety, food safety, animal welfare and antibiotic stewardship. Many of the high risk companies on the index are based in China. However, Australian companies did not score well either. Tassal Group, Australian Agriculture Co and Inghams Group were all ...
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