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Chief economist update: Greater than the Great Recession of 2008
BENJAMIN ONG  |  THURSDAY, 15 AUG 2019
... negative interest rates weren't able to sustainably reflate individual domestic economies. In addition, and as put by Nobel prize winner Paul Samuelson in 1948: "By increasing the volume of their government securities and loans and by lowering Member ...
Chief economist update: Trade war and peace
BENJAMIN ONG  |  MONDAY, 18 JUN 2018
... he desired. There was no backing out of the US-North Korean Summit on June 12, though. Trump's got his eyes on the Nobel Peace Prize. The summit concluded well with US President Trump and North Korean leader Kim reaching an agreement ... the specifics ...
Now showing: Trump and Kim
BENJAMIN ONG  |  TUESDAY, 12 JUN 2018
... of, as many contestants evoke at the Miss Universe beauty pageant, "world peace". But good intentions don't get you a Nobel Prize (Trump) or alleviate your people's poverty (Kim). Both Trump and Kim would see the summit in terms of a winner and ...
Super scorecard to shift consumer playing field
DARREN SNYDER  |  THURSDAY, 31 MAY 2018
... Australia's plan to reorient its superannuation system towards an income goal will require a change in risk management. The Nobel Prize-winning economist envisages a retirement system which takes the weight of financial decision-making off the shoulders ...
Chief economist update: Italy and Spain an emerging ECB problem
BENJAMIN ONG  |  MONDAY, 28 MAY 2018
... cancelled the summit, he declared it back on again. Make what you will of it, but I think Trump has more to lose - like the Nobel Peace Prize and short-circuiting China's increasing global dominance - if the talks were not to proceed on June 12 in ...
AFA secures international icon for conference lineup
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 30 AUG 2017
... October. The Boomtown Rats lead singer will discuss the extensive humanitarian work that has seen him twice nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize; inspiring advisers with of his own experiences with adaptability and change, reflecting the current challenges ...
Philanthropists contribute to Australian literature
LAURA MILLAN  |  SUNDAY, 8 NOV 2015
... recognition of her contribution to Australian literature. She will benefit from the proceeds of the Trust of Patrick White's 1973 Nobel Prize for Literature. The award was established 42 years ago by White himself in order to support Australian literature ...
Myonlineadvisers teams up with US robo firm
MARK SMITH  |  THURSDAY, 8 OCT 2015
... operating its portfolio management and crash testing engine since 2010. Among its clients it even lists the Stockholm-based Nobel Foundation, which it helps to model the risk the foundation employs to protect the endowment of Alfred Nobel, ensuring the ...
Round and round we go
BENJAMIN ONG  |  THURSDAY, 16 JUL 2015
... for consumer spending as full-timers have a greater sense of job security and income permanence. A theory developed by Nobel prize-winning economist Milton Friedman known as "Permanent Income Hypothesis". Similarly, while the unemployment rate ticked ...
FEATURE: Beyond Beta
LAURA MILLAN  |  TUESDAY, 7 JUL 2015
... methodology. Everything else about the term smart beta seems problematic. Stanford University professor Bill Sharpe, who won a Nobel Prize for defining the concepts of beta and alpha, famously said that the notion of smart beta makes him "definitionally ...
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