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|... this proposal." Under UK rules, the HKEX is not allowed to make another bid for at least six months. The HKEX now joins Germany's Deutsche Boerse, which has made three failed attempts to purchase the LSE.|
|... and our very own Reserve Bank of Australia, among others, have been calling on their "fiscal" counterparts for help. Germany's even deliberating on a "shadow budget" to get away from the stringent fiscal spending rules enshrined in its constitution. ...|
|... that Mario would do "whatever it takes" despite the growing chorus of dissent from central bank heads and officials from Germany, Austria and the Netherlands against a big stimulus package, Draghi over-delivered. "First, as regards the key ECB interest ...|
|... brands, financial strength and proven track records." This is just the latest international attempt to acquire the LSE; Germany's Deutsche Boerse has made three failed attempts, after hitting political and regulatory roadblocks. HKEX already has ...|
|... ... at a time when economic activity is again losing momentum and fears that another recession is nigh is mounting. In Germany - Europe and the Eurozone's largest economy - another recession is just one quarter away. German GDP growth contracted ...|
|... 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 growth rate ...|
|... 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 - the third biggest economy -- has stalled. The Eurozone's GDP ...|
|... financial markets; the slowdown in global economic growth, led by rising expectations for a US recession (and perhaps, Germany); the trade war - US and China, Japan and South Korea; Brexit; political uncertainty (in Hong Kong, in Italy, in Russia and ...|
|... prompted Japan and South Korea to engage in a trade war of their own. There's Brexit and the recent contraction in Germany's economy and increased political uncertainty in Italy. And then, there's the sharp slowdown in China, where latest ...|
|... Union - which purchases 45.6% of the UK's total shipments. This could only worsen given latest speculations that Germany - the EU's biggest economy - is headed for its first recession since 2013 and the growing political risk in Italy. Germany ...|
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The managing director of an AMP-aligned dealer group is exiting the business to take on a new role.
BT Financial Group has shut down a $670 million global property fund and a $293 million Asian shares fund, as it sees them unsuitable for retail investors.
Perpetual has confirmed the appointment of a head of risk, promoting from within to fill the newly created role.
A $5.6 billion industry superannuation fund is revamping its MySuper option, which will see default members' exposure to growth assets and fees rise.
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