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|... easing (QQE) with negative interest rates (in January 2016) and expanded further to "with yield curve control" in September of the same year. Since then, it's let its mouth do the policy adjusting - or in the vernacular, verbal intervention. It did ...|
|... trend deceleration in annual retail sales growth from a peak of 6.2% in 2014 to 2.2% by August 2017 and 1.6% in September of the same year. And that was before the trade war and the slowdown in global growth momentum, among others. Two and a bit years ...|
|... expanded to "with yield curve control". The BOJ's target rate had been negative 0.1% since January 2016 and in September of the same year, the BOJ announced: "The Bank will purchase Japanese government bonds (JGBs) so that 10-year JGB yields will ...|
|... other economic data are pointing to further weakness. Industrial production growth slowed to 5.8% year-on-year in September of 2018 - the weakest reading since February 2016 - from 6.1% in August. China's fixed-asset investment increased by 5.4% ...|
|... wages also grew at their fastest rate since 2009 in February but slowed over the next three months, the same in September of the same year. But this time maybe different. Stronger household consumption and consumer confidence would certainly make it ...|
|... three-month moving average in core retail spending sped up to 5.7% (year-on-year) in December 2017 from 4.2% in September of the same year. Retail spending would gain further impetus if the latest upward trend in core consumer price inflation gathers ...|
|... the events of 2010 when it raised interest rates when it raised interest rates by 25 bps each in June, July and September of that year from 0.25% to 1%. After a lag, headline inflation was brought back down from a high of 3.7% in May 2011 to a low of ...|
|... first resigned from the position in January of 2013, succeeded by Debora Jackson. He then returned to the role in September of 2015, taking over from Paul Sayer. This is the second time Sandy has acted as interim chief executive, having also done so ...|
|... solid state of the US housing market. Existing home sales jumped by 3.2% to an annualised rate of 5.47 million in September of 2016 - the highest level since June and beating expectations for an increase to 5.35 million, Sales of single-family houses ...|
|... deteriorate. The level of new export business fell for the third straight month and to the greatest extent since September of last year. The performances of the main industry groups covered by the survey all remained lacklustre during April. Output growth ...|
Following its acquisition of a stake in Escala Partners, New York-based Focus Financial Partners is set to buy a slice of Melbourne-based MEDIQ Financial Services.
With the coronavirus, now dubbed COVID-19, impacting not only many lives, but now also the bottom line of some of the world's biggest companies, investors are chasing shorting opportunities to bank big on the pandemic.
A former chair of the SMSF Association has returned for another stint in the top job.
The chief executive of a $5.5 billion industry superannuation fund has spoken out against increasing the superannuation guarantee to 12% in a submission to the Retirement Income Review.
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