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|... (6 versus 25); employment (10 versus 18) - all weakened. This may not be the end of it for as NAB revealed, "This July Survey was conducted between July 20 and July 30. Over this period, NSW remained locked down, SA underwent a short 7-day lockdown and ...|
|... portfolios to alternative assets in two years, well above their historic average of single digit allocation, according to a July survey by JPMorgan Asset Management. The survey found the current average allocation to alternatives exceeded more than 18 ...|
|... Probably a case of closing the stable door after the horse has bolted, but The Federal Reserve's Senior Loan Officers July Survey on Bank Lending Practices highlighted a tightening in lending standards. Ironically, on home lending it said, "banks indicated ...|
|... at 4262.1 while the all ordinaries dropped 1.524 points to 4225.1. Ahead today, is the Westpac/Melbourne Institute July Survey of Consumer Sentiment and Australian Bureau of Statistics May Lending Finance data.|
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The ETF provider will soon launch three new ETFs investing in electric vehicles, digital and mobile payments technology and e-sports.
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While Australians believe they are well prepared for retirement, many are worried about the political risks they face once they are retired, research suggests.
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Financial advice firm Partners Wealth Group has launched a new venture for sophisticated and wholesale investors.
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Australian crypto trading platform myCryptoWallet is in liquidation, with investor money trapped.
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