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|... documents revealing the extent of the embattled bank's risk management difficulties. As reported by The Sydney Morning Herald , minutes from a June 2018 meeting between NAB chair Ken Henry - who will step down from the role in November - and staff ...|
|... Government's tax rebates. Especially the Morrison government's tax rebates. According to an article by the Sydney Morning Herald ( SMH ) published on July 4: "Deloitte Access Economics director Chris Richardson said the initial tax refunds would ...|
|"As safe as houses" is generally an expression which means with no risk of failure. The US sub-prime crisis (circa 2008-2009) showed us this is no longer the case. The continued drop in Australian property prices provides a warning sign that it could ...|
|... concerns... - ABC News 'The Fed has gone crazy': Trump points finger for Wall Street tumble - The Sydney Morning Herald Yes folks, it's because of the trade war, it's because of the Fed, it's because of rising bond yields, the IMF's ...|
|... in 1998 as a portfolio manager, having previously been a finance journalist and business editor at the Sydney Morning Herald. In 2015, Kidman became principal and portfolio manager of Centennial Asset Management. WAM chair Geoff Wilson thanked Kidman ...|
|... in 2019. Case for a rate hike? The headlines think so: "Reserve Bank to hike cash rate, OECD says" (The Sydney Morning Herald); "OECD says Australian economy ready for higher RBA rates" (The Australian Financial Review); "RBA to start raising cash rate ...|
|... opening lines I intended to scribble on this momentous day have all been taken. "We have lift off". The Sydney Morning Herald already had first dibs. "The Fed Awakens". Not a chance, The Economist magazine got in first. "End of an era". Nah, Reuters's ...|
|... finished stronger - up 1.9% from its 30 November close. So did the All Ordinaries index - up 1.8%. As the Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) puts it, "Australian shares rallied strongly despite falls on Wall Street, fresh lows in iron ore, disappointing Chinese ...|
|... smirk and a wagging finger. Yes Virginia, a recession is again looming for Australia brought to us by the Sydney Morning Herald's ( SMH ) report the other day about Hong Kong hedge fund Kima Capital's portfolio manager Alex Wallis statement that, "Australia ...|
|... the budget to surplus early next decade." Another described the Australian economy as toast. This was the Sydney Morning Herald quoting NAB Chief economist Ivan Colhoun quoting a foreign investor's sentiment during his recent visit to Britain, Europe ...|
Phil King's Regal Funds Management has returned money to external investors for one of its smaller funds, but will continue to run the strategy internally.
In a somewhat surprising move, banks are lifting some of their term deposit rates despite the Reserve Bank of Australia slashing the cash rate to an all-time low of 0.25% last week.
Pinnacle Investment Management's director of institutional sales is leaving the role for a $12.8 billion multi-boutique.
The major life insurer has confirmed several roles within its life insurance distribution team have been made redundant as a result of a restructure.
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