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|... currency depreciation being a result of the economic crises in their economies and not currency manipulation but China and France have the firepower to engage the Grinch who is stealing Christmas. The point is contrary to the RBA's view that the ...|
|... countries. He is correctamondo! Australia's June quarter growth of 0.5% tops those of the G7 countries: Canada (0.9%); (France (0.3%); Germany (-0.1%); Italy (0%); Japan (0.4%); UK (--0.2%); and level pegging with the US (0.5% -- annualised quarterly ...|
|... G20 summit in Osaka also spoke about the potential benefits of impact investing. The G7 consists of leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the US. The statement from the G7 leaders outlines support for the growth of the impact ...|
|... sovereigns, semi-government, agencies and supra-nationals in the core G7 defined countries − Canada, US (North America), France, Germany, Italy (Europe ex-UK Core), UK and Japan, as well as satellite countries. Read more: How JCB is building its ...|
|... is projected to be the world's third largest economy by 2030, behind only the US and China. Last year, India overtook France to become the world's sixth largest economy, behind the UK in fifth place. India Avenue says Australian super funds currently ...|
|... only that, data shows that as Q4 2018, the British economy has grown faster than all of its G7 peers -- Japan, Germany, France, Italy and Canada - except for the US. The FTSE-100 index even reached an all-time high in May 2018. Likewise, the country's ...|
|... sovereigns, semi-government, agencies and supra-nationals in the core G7 defined countries − Canada, US (North America), France, Germany, Italy (Europe ex-UK Core), UK and Japan, as well as satellite countries. It is also offered with the option ...|
|... the last 10 years, the fastest growing pension markets have been Australia (10.2%), Chile (10.2%) and Hong Kong (8.5%). France and Japan were the slowest growing markets since 2008 at 0.1% and -0.7% respectively. Australia's assets stood at $US1.9 ...|
|... foreign demand); Italy (due to weak domestic demand and higher borrowing costs as sovereign yields remain elevated); and France (due to the negative impact of street protests and industrial action)." Fair enough. But even this downgraded assessment on ...|
|... sovereigns, semi-government, agencies and supra-nationals in the core G7 defined countries − Canada, US (North America), France, Germany, Italy (Europe ex-UK Core), UK and Japan, as well as satellite countries. About two years ago, it signed a ...|
The executive manager of operations at a $17 billion industry superannuation fund resigned recently, with a replacement yet to be appointed.
Clime Investment Management has partnered with Sequoia to launch a new fund that aims to provide a yearly income of 8%.
A three-day trial has been scheduled for the landmark case brought against Rest by member Mark McVeigh.
A retail superannuation fund has dropped the investment fees on three options by 10 bps to 19 bps, with its chair saying the cuts will help it be more competitive.
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