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|... the COVID-19 pandemic the Australian economy is suffering the worst contraction in many decades. "We do not yet have the GDP data for the June quarter, but it will show the biggest economic contraction in many decades, likely to be around 7%," he said. ...|
|... 2019-20 - down 5% year on year. If we consider super assets as a share of gross domestic product, this converts to 1.6% of GDP. Looking at 93 not-for-profit funds, 68 retail offerings and seven eligible rollover funds, the average fee charged to members ...|
|... opportunities remain in rates and currencies away from many of the large benchmark constituents." The IMF recently revised GDP forecasts down for EM by two percentage points, to -3.0%. However, Eaton Vance said, for several countries, the outlook appears ...|
|... Australian cited Prime Minister Morrison, who said Victoria's lockdown will wipe A$10-12B, or 2.5%, from Australian Q3 GDP. Treasury estimated in July GDP would grow 1.5% in Q3, but with updated estimates the economy is now expected to contract 1%." ...|
|... splattered in the headlines: From the Australian Financial Review: Victoria's stage four lockdown to shrink national GDP growth Victoria's lockdown to result in extra 250K job losses Victorian small businesses doubt they can survive latest lockdown ...|
|... measure has America's economy sinking by a record minus 32.9%. According to the BEA: "The second-quarter decrease in real GDP reflected decreases in consumer spending, exports, inventory investment, business investment, and housing investment that ...|
|... - given the relative deviations of inflation (1.25% average of trimmed mean and weighted median) from target (2.0%-3.0%), GDP growth (1.4% in Q1 2020) from potential (2.75%) and the neutral cash rate (1.25%), the nominal official cash rate should now ...|
|... monetary policy stimulus measures) has already produced kind results. It has saved the economy from a technical recession - GDP growth rebounded by 11.5% in the June quarter (3.2% year-on-year), more than offsetting the 10.0% contraction (minus 6.8% ...|
|... decisively to provide economic support for workers, households and businesses of around $289 billion or the equivalent of 14.6% of GDP," they said. "This necessary and unprecedented level of economic support, coupled with declines in taxation receipts ...|
|... divide. The Mid-Year Economic and Financial Outlook (MYEFO) - released in December 2019 - predicted a A$5.0 billion (+0.3% of GDP) surplus in FY2019/2020 and A$6.1 billion (+0.3% of GDP) in FY2020/2021. The COVID-19 pandemic has instead, in a few short ...|
Schroders has hired from RBC to appoint a head of private debt for Australia, as it builds out a private assets offering for local investors.
The administrator appointed to embattled investment group iProsperity, Cor Cordis, has released a damning creditors' report which includes accusations of Ponzi scheme style payments.
Reserve Bank of Australia governor Philip Lowe said the legislated increase to the superannuation guarantee will impact wage growth and the government will need to weigh up the impacts of that.
National Australia Bank has reported a 7% fall in cash earnings to $1.55 billion for the third quarter, as the bank confirms it is still "actively exploring" options for the sale of its wealth management business.
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