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|... national debt. You can't please everyone. The Australian Financial Review prints that UBS chief economist George Tharenou believes the stronger than expected economy has raised the risk that the RBA will not announce the extension of its quantitative ...|
|... capital gains tax and franking; rather than the Coalition's mostly 'status quo'," UBS economists led by George Tharenou wrote in a May 21 note. "While this likely has limited impact on our credit tightening thesis, it may stabilise sentiment ...|
|... crunch" scenario. In an update co-authored by analysts Jonathan Mott and Rachel Bentvelzen as well as economists George Tharenou and Carlos Cacho, UBS said that as banks increase the stringency of credit applications - along with the launch of Comprehensive ...|
|... opportunities outside of sell-side research, following about 20 years with the investment bank. Replacing him will be George Tharenou who is currently a senior economist within Haslem's team. Tharenou joined UBS in 2006 from the Reserve Bank of Australia ...|
|... residential mortgage backed securities (RMBS), bank debt and even financial sector equities could ultimately suffer. George Tharenou, an economist at UBS in Sydney, said the direct impact for the Australian economy was likely to be limited. "Assuming ...|
Five former Pengana staff members have emerged to launch the boutique, Pella Funds Management.
Industry fund Rest has released its roadmap to net zero and scenario analysis on the impact of climate change on investment returns.
Investing platform Superhero announced the availability of the first Bitcoin ETF to Australian investors, after it listed in the US yesterday.
After five years, the Sydney-based investment firm is bidding farewell to its chief investment officer and co-founder.
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