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|... chair Jerome Powell thinks there's still a long way to go before the economy fully recovers from the pandemic. Fed governor Brainard believes the US recovery remains uncertain and uneven. Good news or bad news - which would prompt more monetary and ...|
|... stimulus and the expectation of further monetary stimulus in both Australia and New Zealand." "During his speech, the RBA governor clearly outlined his willingness to do more with monetary policy and we have seen a significant market reaction in kind." ...|
|... not if the RBA could help it. Speaking at Citi's 12th Annual Australia and New Zealand Investment Conference, RBA Governor Philip Lowe all but confirmed that further easing in monetary policy is in the works. Although he believes that "a recovery ...|
|... the coming months if Australians ensure they keep spending and investing, according to Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) governor Philip Lowe. Lowe said the nation's recovery will depend on how willing people and businesses are to draw on the accumulated ...|
|... when LIBOR comes to an end. We strongly encourage institutions in Australia to adhere to the Protocol." RBA assistant governor (financial markets) Christopher Kent added: "Timely adherence to the new ISDA Protocol is important for all users of LIBOR ...|
|... 0.78% for the US; -0.54% in Germany; 0.03% in Japan; 0.28% in the UK; and 0.85% in Australia. On top of these all, PBOC governor Yi Gang is taking a prudent approach towards monetary policy by not following Western economies by undertaking a large-scale ...|
|... of its TFF programme. But make no mistake, the RBA remains resolute in keeping us "alive" now. In his statement, RBA governor Philip Lowe stressed that: "The board is committed to do what it can to support jobs, incomes and businesses in Australia" ...|
|... recent record trading volumes and CHESS processing delays which occurred during March, the regulators said. RBA Assistant Governor Michele Bullock said the replacement was critical to manage systemic risk going forward. "CHESS has supported the clearing ...|
|... Bill, the RBA will. That's Westpac chief economist Bill Evans for you. Bill released a note a day after RBA deputy governor Guy Debelle addressed the Australian Industry Group's (AiG) September 22 virtual conference, predicting that the Australian ...|
|Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) deputy governor Guy Debelle address at the Australian Industry Group's (AiG) September 22 virtual conference sparked a second wave - a second wave of negative interest rate speculation, that is. It was last on the ...|
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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.
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Russell Investments has launched a new personalised super product, replacing its MySuper offering as it eyes mandates from other funds.
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An investment advisory boutique which soft launched in September, headed by former PwC chief executive Luke Sayers, has bolstered its leadership team.
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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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