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|... war with the rest of the world in his quest to make "America Great Again" and perhaps, secure a second term at the Oval Office. Reminds me of George W. and the Bushisms that flourished under his watch. For our purposes, I note: "The vast majority of ...|
|... same way, Nagle said they will continue to analyse the situation until January 20 when Trump officially takes the Oval Office. To communicate their strategy to clients, Treysta produces a weekly video update. "We've spoken to the chief investment officer ...|
|... couple of days' trading after the day we all found out that the Big O gets to keep his chair at the West Wing of the Oval Office in the White House? Thursday - the Wall stumbles because of 'fiscal cliff' worries despite better-than-expected jobless claims ...|
|... suspect. September's jobless rate was the lowest since January 2009 when the Big O first sat on that chair in the Oval Office at the West Wing of the White House in Washington. Good labour market news just a month before his bid for a second term? Hmmm. ...|
|... situation continues to burn while the politicians fiddle. In spite of the goodwill that Barack Obama took with him to the Oval office and the fact that he has already etched a 'game plan' to tackle the global financial mess even before he danced the ...|
|... financial markets remain unresolved and economies sinking into recession are growing in number. Putting a new face in the Oval Office will not make these challenges go away. Obama's victory may have engendered hope in the American people but it will ...|
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Close to a third of wealth management organisations are looking to boost staff numbers this year, with sales roles expected to be most in demand.
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Spaceship has boosted its executive team through the appointment of three executives, including a former leader of Macquarie and Bennelong Asset Management.
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A man who was jailed over a hedge fund collapse dyed his hair and grew a beard in an attempt to go unrecognised as he launched a new bitcoin scheme.
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A $5.3 billion industry superannuation fund has appointed a new chair as the incumbent bows out after almost two decades on the board.
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