|Search Results||Showing 1 - 10 of 100+ results for "Manufacturing"|
|... over the past few months plus its "technical adjustment" (don't call it QE). In addition, the slump in global manufacturing activity appears to have bottomed and just as it led the services sector down it heralds a turnaround from the trend decline ...|
|... composite PMI fell to a reading of 49.1 in October from 51.5 in the previous month due to the continued weakness in the manufacturing sector (down to 48.4 from 48.9 in September) and the first contraction in the services sector (down to 49.7 from 52.8) ...|
|... third in as many FOMC meetings - July and September). And China appears to be getting back up too. The Caixin China manufacturing PMI rose from 51.4 in September to 51.7% in October. No big deal given the quantum of increase but a big one given that ...|
|... Commonwealth Bank Composite PMI fell to a reading of 50.7 in October from 52.0 in the previous month as both the manufacturing (down to 50.1) and services (down to 50.8) sectors close in on the precipice between expansion and contraction. This is hardly ...|
|Aviva Investors has warned of a one in three chance of a global recession next year, saying the trade and manufacturing sector is already at recessionary levels. The global asset manager outlines in its report that it expects global growth to remain ...|
|... the yen compounding the challenges faced by Japanese manufacturers. Recent data shows that the Jibun Bank Japan Manufacturing PMI fell to a reading of 48.9 in September - the fifth straight month of contraction in the sector. Likewise, while it came ...|
|... October 2 on the back of renewed recession fears, sparked by reports that the US Institute of Supply Management (ISM) manufacturing index dropped deeper into contraction territory from 49.1 in August to a reading of 47.8 in September - the lowest since ...|
|... recession fears came back to the fore. This time, sparked by reports that the US Institute of Supply Management (ISM) manufacturing index dropped deeper into contraction territory from 49.1 in August to a reading of 47.8 in September - the lowest since ...|
|... reading of 50.4 in September from 51.9 in the previous month), due largely to the deepening contraction in the manufacturing sector (down to 45.6 from 47.0 in August) and the decline in the services sector (to 52.0 from 53.5). Moreover, both headline ...|
|... screens that ensure it is not exposed to cases like Purdue's. The Schroders research team identified the opioid manufacturing industry as a sector at significant risk, identifying a number of companies through data insights that were involved in aggressive ...|
| | |
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.
|Brought to you by|
|Keep up to date, don't be the last to know! Get the Financial Standard Daily Newsletter.|