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|... stats - a question whose answer will determine future policy moves by the People's Bank of China (PBOC) and the Politburo. Retail sales, industrial production and fixed asset investment numbers for April suggest that China is gradually coming off ...|
|The iron ore price has fallen by more than 4% over the past two weeks which, according to reports is due to concerns over further reduction cuts in Tangshan - China's top steel-producing city - under its anti-pollution plan. But akin to previous ...|
|GDP growth of over 6% for 2021. Chinese premier Li Kequiang announced this target growth rate at the opening of the fourth session of the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) in Beijing on March 5. Many a time, China's annual economic growth ...|
|The Chinese yuan has seen a sharp appreciation, leading major Chinese news outlets to report that the government would be relaxing rules to make it simpler to settle the currency internationally. 'Twas less than one and a half years ago that the ...|
|China has continued to tighten the screws on Australia after formally banning the importation of Australian coal. The reason, or reasons, are immaterial. Beijing could dig up a number of justifications for its most recent diktat the same way it did ...|
|... embolden Donald to double down on his trade war with China that, in turn, would be met by counter-measures from the Politburo, continuing the decline in global trade that we've witnessed over the past four years of the Trump administration. On the ...|
|China's cruel to be kind policy continues to pay dividends. Criticised and condemned they may be, but the swift and continued improvement in the economy prove that the Politburo's draconian restriction and lockdown measures implemented at the ...|
|... by 3.2% in the year to the June quarter after slumping by 6.8% in the previous one. With the pandemic behind it the politburo can focus on strengthening the economy and with lesser strain on its monetary and fiscal balances. This isn't lost on investors. ...|
|"I guess it also rings a bell for some countries, which are still struggling to fight COVID-19, that without strict measures, the virus won't be fended off. We fought hard, this is our payback." Zhang Yong, a small taxi company owner in Wuhan, is ...|
|"Sweet days of summer, the jasmine's in bloom July is dressed up and playing her tune... Summer breeze, makes me feel fine, blowing through the jasmine in my mind" -Summer Breeze, Seals and Crofts It was expected. China was first in. It was the ...|
IOOF has appointed ClearView's chief risk officer to a newly created role, with ClearView nabbing the former chief of risk for Commonwealth Bank's wealth management arm.
Verve Super has launched a gender diversity index and will subsequently change how it allocates members' funds based on how Australian companies perform against the index.
Plenary has bolstered its funds management business, nabbing seven professionals who all worked on one AMP Capital fund.
The corporate regulator is fighting tooth and nail to make National Australia Bank pay a hefty penalty for charging customers fees in return for no service.
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