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|The Bank of Japan (BOJ) acted quickly in response to the coronavirus outbreak. In an emergency meeting on March 16, the Japanese central bank announced it would buy ETFs at an annual pace of ¥12 trillion, double its J-REIT purchases to ¥180 ...|
|Ho-hum. Financial markets widely expected the Reserve Bank of Australia's (RBA) decision to keep monetary policy settings unchanged at its April meeting especially so soon after announcing a comprehensive accommodation package the month before ...|
|... role, Halmarick will be responsible for a team of economists and strategists covering Australian and international economics, rates, fixed income, foreign exchange, credit and commodities. On LinkedIn, Halmarick thanked his mentors for supporting him ...|
|Citizens of the world all, let us rejoice! Statistical evidences that the rate of deaths and infections from the coronavirus had been slowing have heartened equity market investors everywhere - from New York to Rio and ol' London town - underscored ...|
|Standing Committee on Economics chair Tim Wilson has written to superannuation funds seeking numbers on liquidity, unlisted assets and stimulus measures by April 29. In a letter sent to superannuation funds last Wednesday, Wilson has asked funds to ...|
|G'day inmates! Yes, Virginia, we're practically all inmates now thanks to the coronavirus pandemic that has forced almost every other government to place their citizens under house arrest. Some flaunt these government restriction, others demand ...|
|... continue to be accepted daily. "No doubt investors are aware of the COVID-19 crisis and the effect it is having on economics and financial markets globally," Newgate said in a letter to investors. "The fund has experienced volatility as many other funds ...|
|Deloitte Access Economics is urging Australians to leave their concerns about the budgetary impact of Australia's response to COVID-19 at the door. New analysis by Deloitte Access Economics partner Chris Richardson shows Australians needn't be concerned ...|
|If financial markets are going to time the beginning of the end - that is, when equity markets started their slippery slide into where we are now, it'll be 9 March 2020. That was the day the music died. Sure, equity markets were already sliding ...|
|... issue as many bonds, you still have those future liabilities. The government is better off borrowing." Deloitte Access Economics partner Nicki Hutley says the government's increased debt levels need to be put in perspective, and as a proportion of ...|
While there may be uncertainty surrounding the economic implications of the spreading COVID-19 pandemic, one thing is clear; if business leaders are not consistent, empathetic and clear with their response, they should prepare to face the music.
The government's $213 billion stimulus package is set to push up the country's total debt but experts say it is not reason enough to draw down on the sovereign wealth fund.
Australia's superannuation sector is fighting a war on three different fronts, as the economic fallout of COVID-19 continues to bite.
Significant hikes in group insurance premiums have been put down to the Protecting Your Super reforms - with members of four superannuation funds facing premium increases of 34%.
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