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|... 28.4% surged so far this year goes against all logic considering the state of the US economy which is in deep recession - GDP contracted at an annualised rate of 5.0% in the March 2020 quarter and a record 31.4% in the second quarter - and, although ...|
|... from -17 in the previous one (also an 11-year low). But with a hole as deep as the 28.1% annualised rate of contraction in GDP in the June quarter - the worst on record -- the fresh prime minister of Japan has his work cut out for him. The severity of ...|
|... to redirect its focus and resources on sustaining and strengthening the economic recovery. It's on its way. China's GDP expanded by 4.9% in the year to the September quarter, strengthening from the June quarter's growth of 3.2% which itself ...|
|... have been hit by intensifying virus concerns". At its September meeting, the European Central Bank (ECB) forecast Eurozone GDP contracting by 8% in 2020 - better than the 8.7% slump predicted in June. Growth projections for the year 2021 and 2022 were ...|
|... precious few worrying about the implications of the Morrison government's historic fiscal expenditure - amounting to 11% of GDP this fiscal year -- on the nation's debt - that would reach more than a trillion A-dollars over the next three years ...|
|... spending in response to the health and economic crisis will cause large fiscal deficits and a sharp increase in government debt/GDP." Despite the revised outlook, Australia will hold on to its AAA rating for the time being, Fitch said, because of the ...|
|... Treasury's cash splash. This is underscored by the Budget estimates. While the underlying cash deficit would erode from 4.3% of GDP in the 2019/20 fiscal year to 11.0% this year, the government's largesse would enable Australia's fiscal balances ...|
|... debt will increase to $703 billion, or 36% of gross domestic product, this year. This will peak at $966 billion or 44% of GDP in June 2024, he said. "This is a heavy burden, but a necessary one to responsibly deal with the greatest challenge of our time," ...|
|... Outlook Interim Report puts it: "All G20 countries with the exception of China will have suffered recession in 2020." Chinese GDP grew by 3.2% in the year to the June quarter after contracting by 6.8% in the first. Recent stats indicate the economy continuing ...|
|... growth average of 4.8% (single-hit) or 2.2% (double-hit). The IMF's projections send the same message. It expects Eurozone GDP growth to bounce back by 6.0% in 2021, stronger than the 4.8% recovery in advanced economies. The sharp recovery in the ...|
Aware Super is implementing a new suite of technology products that will allow it to in-source member experience, including administration, so far done by Mercer.
Russell Investments has launched a new personalised super product, replacing its MySuper offering as it eyes mandates from other funds.
An investment advisory boutique which soft launched in September, headed by former PwC chief executive Luke Sayers, has bolstered its leadership team.
Design and distributions obligation (DDO) reforms may have been pushed back to October next year as a result of COVID-19 but ASIC said it is top of the priority list for 2021.
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