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|Mission accomplished! This appears to be the Fed's latest missive at the conclusion of its 10-11 December FOMC meeting - after three 25 bps cuts - in July, September and October - that took the fed funds rate from 2.5% to 1.75%. Fed chair Jerome ...|
|... on 31 December 2018. Trump's tariff war- that weakened global trading activity - that started in March 2018, and the Fed's pivot in early 2019 - strengthened the euro which, in turn, negated the ECB's stimulus measures. Would a return to ...|
|... second-guessing his next move, er, tweet. Perhaps it could be Trump's way of proving his genius on his latest call on the Fed to "Lower Rates & Loosen". The escalation of trade tensions is already sending Wall Street on a tailspin, and just like ...|
|... their currencies. This makes it very hard for our manufactures & farmers to fairly export their goods. Lower Rates & Loosen - Fed!" His follow-up tweet further clarified what irked @realDonaldTrump: "Manufacturers are being held back by the strong Dollar ...|
|... has done nothing and it kept policy unchanged at it's October meeting only hours after the US Federal Reserve cut the Fed Funds Rate for a third time in October, following its July and September rate cuts. The same could be said of the Euro. The ...|
|... many times before, economics is not an exact science because it is dynamic and doesn't operate in a vacuum. With the Fed on pause - and current expectations are it will remain on hold through to the end of 2020 - there is a strong likelihood that ...|
|... year-over-year earnings declines since Q4 2015 through Q2 2016." Bad news is good news? Unlikely at this point in time for the Fed's on pause. I scrolled through the CME Group's FedWatch Tool and found that the probabilities of the US central ...|
|... now afford to consume more imports." The RBA will cut one more time in 2020. More, if other central banks, particularly the Fed, raise accommodative monetary policies ... if only to keep the A$ weak.|
|... increased policy stimulus measures. Central banks have indeed raised policy stimulation - in words (BOJ, BOE) and in deed (Fed, ECB, PBOC and RBA) - and the recent positive turn of events - US-China trade deal, the UK could finally Brexit with polls ...|
|... achieving the price stability target will be lost." The BOJ's decision came hours after the US Federal Reserve cut the fed funds rate for a third time in October, following its July and September rate cuts. But instead of depreciating against the ...|
As investors seek to integrate ESG data into their investment processes, they can mistakenly conflate ESG scores in practice with more familiar financial quality metrics, new research from Eaton Vance has revealed.
One of the nation's largest super funds has joined forces with Women's Legal Service Victoria (WLSV) to simplify the process of splitting super assets.
Clime Investment Management has partnered with Sequoia to launch a new fund that aims to provide a yearly income of 8%.
The executive manager of operations at a $17 billion industry superannuation fund resigned recently, with a replacement yet to be appointed.
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