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|It's reunion time at Yarra Capital Management, as Challenger's general manager of national accounts, research and platforms joins the team to work with an old colleague. Yarra Capital Management has hired Rommel Hacopian as a distribution manager ...|
|... claim that, "the Australian economy appears to have reached a gentle turning point". The latest Australian National Accounts proved the truth in Lowe's statement. The domestic economy expanded by a better-than-expected 2.2% in the year to the December ...|
|... main domestic uncertainty continues to be the outlook for consumption." This is what the September quarter National Accounts underscored when it revealed that despite the 2.5% quarterly increase in household disposable income in the third quarter (from ...|
|... have reached a gentle turning point". Sadly, that's as good as it gets as the details of the Australian National Accounts provide sobering reading. At the margin, the country's GDP growth rate has slowed to 0.4% in the three months to September ...|
|... self-congratulatory remarks this time from Australia's Prime Minister and Treasurer for the Australian National Accounts show that it wasn't a "wonderful set of numbers". Instead, with economic growth slowing to 1.4% in the year to the June quarter ...|
|... the June quarter of 1991) with us, Australians all, merely waiting for the June quarter 2019's official National Accounts report that's expected to remain positive. What happens after that is anybody's guess! Still, recent survey and eco ...|
|... mainly due to a 0.4 percentage point contribution from net exports. Great! Except that a look at Japan's National Accounts show exports subtracted 0.4 points (down 2.4% in the March quarter) while the sharp 4.6% drop in imports contributed 0.9 percentage ...|
|... Australia's (RBA) decision to cut interest rates to a record low of 1.25% just a day before the Australian National Accounts were released. While the RBA's rate reduction would certainly help, note that the RBA monetary policy transmission mechanism ...|
|... were released. But is it? As always, the devil is in the details and the details are devilish. Japan's National Accounts show net exports accounted for 0.4 percentage points of the 0.5% growth in the March quarter. Nothing wrong with this except ...|
|... Outlook. Back then the fund predicted growth would come in at 3.2% in 2018 before cooling to 2.8%. Official ABS national accounts published last month showed annual growth in 2018 came in materially lower at 2.8%." I would have to agree. This is because ...|
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