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|... tit-for-tat lowering of tariffs around the world and expanded global trade, pulling America and the world out of the Great Depression of the 1930s. Trump's war cry of "Making America Great Again" by "beggaring his neighbours" would only end in tears ...|
|... that this is a lose-lose proposition. The Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act - enacted on 17 June 1930 (the time of the Great Depression) - increased the tariffs on US imports from 25.9% to 50%. What did this produce? Other countries imposed retaliatory tariffs ...|
|... Fisher's pronouncement), Wall Street crashed (collapsing by 11% at the opening bell) and was followed by the Great Depression of the 1930s. Like many others, I thought that this would never happen again, the world - governments and central banks ...|
|... Monday, when it fell another 13%; and the next day, Black Tuesday, when it lost 12% more (Wikipedia) and the Great Depression followed." Not to spook but just to remind. Fortunately, the Fed (or one of them) is on the ball. In his essay on "A Balanced ...|
|... investment made in 1882 would be substantially lower than income from dividends. "In fact, even if we had another Great Depression, it would take our current 5.29% dividend yield down to 2.38% - above the current cash rate, which would likely fall to ...|
|... too. Trade war here we come. And it won't do any nation any good, not least the US of A. The history of the Great Depression had already shown us, in particular the Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act. The Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act - enacted on 17 June 1930 - increased ...|
|... repeat it." Is current US President Donald Trump repeating then US President Herbert Hoover's mistake, circa the "Great Depression" of the 1930s? According to the 'Library of Economics and Liberty', "Two other areas that Hoover intervened in aggressively ...|
|... held near zero to support the recovery of the economy from the worst financial crisis and recession since the Great Depression. It also recognizes the considerable progress that has been made toward restoring jobs, raising incomes, and easing the economic ...|
|... to the Chicken Little headline, "China hurtles towards its own version of the 1929 stock market crash... and Great Depression" (AFR) But nah, China has to slow. It has to or the doom and gloom predicted for this land girt by sea would just be that, "doom ...|
|... dealing, and hedge fund and private equity activities." The Glass-Steagall Act introduced in 1933 during the Great Depression was repealed in 1999 by the Clinton Administration and critics claimed it inadvertently set the scene for the sub-prime and ...|
HESTA's former executive of advice strategy has taken on a new role at another industry fund.
Senator Jane Hume has slammed the superannuation industry over the excuses used by super funds for not merging, saying there is simply no excuse when members' best interests are at play.
Two major insurance providers have cleaned up at the Association of Financial Advisers' Life Company of the Year and Consumer Choice Awards.
If financial markets were waiting for the Australian labour market report to raise the odds of another RBA rate reduction, they're too late. Now only one question remains.
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