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|... Frydenberg and Finance Minister Cormann with big smiles on their faces as they announced an A$690 million deficit - roughly 0% of GDP, roughly a balanced budget. But at what price? As I've ranted back in late August : "The classic excuse - government ...|
|... assessments of appropriate monetary policy comes amid very little change in the Fed's economic projections. While 2019 GDP growth was revised a tad higher to 2.2% (from 2.1% in the June projections), the Fed still sees the economy growing at 2.0% ...|
|... $1.5 billion for first-home buyers..." This was topped up with a second fiscal spending package amounting to around 4.2% of GDP. This is in tandem with the Reserve Bank of Australia's (RBA) series of interest rate reductions that took the official ...|
|... mounting. In Germany - Europe and the Eurozone's largest economy - another recession is just one quarter away. German GDP growth contracted by 0.1% in the June 2019 quarter after expanding by 0.4% in the first quarter, more than halving the annual ...|
|... pull back on investment and production. They concluded that globally and in the United States, its impact is around 1% to GDP ... through early next year. With U.S. GDP estimated at about $20 trillion, and world GDP at about $85 trillion, a 1% impact ...|
|... typified by the issuance of bonds with negative coupons by several European countries. Meanwhile, global debt sits at 225% of GDP at USD$184 trillion and the RBA cash rate is at a record low of 1%. According to Rice Warner, it all adds up to a "massive ...|
|... years. More disturbing, take away the 0.5 percentage point contribution from "government consumption" to the 0.5% quarterly GDP growth rate and the economy would have grown by zilch (0%). Factor in the 0.3 pps contribution from imports - an addition ...|
|... airport, the hit on the country's tourism industry would be non-negligible. More so, because tourism's contribution to GDP has grown to 17.4% (as at 2018) from 13.9% in 2008. This comes on the back of an already slowing economy. Hong Kong GDP ...|
|... the EU." It's just the uncertainty - or in Bacon's words "the fear of death" - that makes Brexit fearsome. Sure, UK GDP has contracted by 0.2% in the June 2019 quarter, but so has Germany (-0.1%) - the EU's biggest economy - and Italy's ...|
|... before him. According to the Budget Papers 2019-2020, Australia's underlying cash balance would be A$7.1 billion (0.4% of GDP) in the black - backed by assumptions that GDP would grow by 2.75% (1.8% in the year to the March 2019 quarter); the unemployment ...|
Insurance in superannuation is now opt-in only for new members under the age of 25 and those with low account balances, after the government's Putting Members' Interest First super reforms passed through the Senate yesterday.
Intrust Super has relaunched its robo-advice offering, increasing the solution's speed while decreasing the user input requirements.
Brett Himbury, the chief executive of the $148 billion industry-super-owned fund manager, is stepping down after a decade in the role in a surprise announcement made this morning.
The Federal Court of Australia has found IOOF did not contravene the Superannuation Industry Supervision Act in the case brought against its APRA-regulated entities by the prudential regulator.
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