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|... dwindling number of medical supplies and equipment - due to the disruption in the supply chain and increased demand - and Houston, we definitely have a growing problem. China's total lockdown worked. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has now implemented ...|
|Houston, we have a problem - a gigantic one! Talk about spoiling everybody's weekend. Wall Street fell sharply at the close of last week's trading. Was it due to disappointment over US Fed chair Jerome Powell's much-anticipated words at ...|
|... - add 2% target inflation and voila, we get the 3% neutral rate. But what if it's lower or higher than 3%? Then, Houston, we have a problem. Clarida and Powell's statements wouldn't mean nothing (yeah, I know double negative, but I've ...|
|... expected before 2018 ends - or for that matter, the Fed's reaction to Trump's not so subtle remarks. Our problem, Houston, is what happens in America does not stay there. The Bank of Canada (BOC) can thank its lucky stars there's no Trump ...|
|Houston, we're on target. The US Income and Outlays account released last Friday showed that US inflation as measured by the US Federal Reserve's favoured gauge - the core PCE price index - is now smack bang where the Fed wants it, rising by ...|
|... have started to fall - down 0.6% from a 2.6% increase in the December 2017 quarter. A few more quarters like this and Houston, we'll get a rate cut. However, Governor Lowe's recent statement at the central bankers' conference in Sintra, Portugal ...|
|Houston, do we have a problem? Oil has. It's back in a bear market - with the price of both the West Texas Intermediate (WTI) and Brent dropping by more than 20% from this year's highs. WTI oil edged up a little to US$42.73/barrel overnight after dropping ...|
|... Hechter, NAB Invest: I need a Hero by Bonnie Tyler Lydia Tagliapietra, Macquarie: I Wanna dance with somebody by Whitney Houston Oliver Xing, Colonial First State: Don't Stop Believing by Journey David Natividad, Tria Partners: The Way you Make me Feel ...|
|... Then again, it might not but I wouldn't go daring Murphy's Law -- "anything that can wrong, will go wrong." And then 'Houston, we all have a problem' ... if the Euro collapses. Remember that the Euro is now a major reserve currency - though down from ...|
|Hoo-wow! Houston, we had lift-off. Yes Virginia, financial markets from New York to Rio and old London town lifted off while we slept. Equity markets jumped while bond yields dived. These, because on optimism that a Greco-troika deal would be hammered ...|
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The $80 billion fund manager has hired BMO Global Asset Management's Asia Pacific managing director as an executive director as the incumbent retires.
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Wilson Asset Management has responded to allegations by Keybridge Capital, noting the investment manager has already failed twice in previous attempts to obtain orders of this kind.
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The former head of ESG investment research at AMP Capital has taken up a new role.
Fortnum, Centrepoint, Easton Wealth, CountPlus, Fitzpatricks and Paragem have all criticised the Financial Planning Association of Australia's latest policy proposal.
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