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|... think? Nope. "The Committee continues to judge that, were the economy to develop broadly in line with its May Inflation Report projections that included an assumption of a smooth Brexit, an ongoing tightening of monetary policy over the forecast period ...|
|... remains optimistic. The MPC's updated growth and inflation projections are broadly the same as in the May Inflation Report: GDP growth is forecast at 1.4% this year (1.4% in May) before lifting to 1.8% in 2019 (1.7% in May) and 1.7% in 2020 (unchanged). ...|
|... because as stated in the Monetary Policy Summary: "In the MPC's most recent projections, set out in the May Inflation Report... a small margin of excess demand was projected to emerge by early 2020, feeding through into higher rates of pay growth ...|
|... lower path for growth and a notably higher path for inflation than in the central projections set out in the May Inflation Report." And then there's this: "As a historian, I fear that Brexit could be the beginning of the destruction of not only the EU ...|
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BT Financial Group appointed a long-serving Westpac executive as its chief customer service officer.
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Insignia Financial reported an exodus of self-employed advisers in the December 2021 quarter amid an overhaul of its advice fee model.
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Fidelity International has bolstered its institutional capability, hiring Mercer's head of Australian equities research.
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Fin365 is planning to launch a robo-advice platform, having acquired miPlan as part of its strategy.
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