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|... godsend for Australia, in terms of economic growth and the budget, if not for the growing Sino-Aussie diplomatic and trade tensions.|
|... being caught in the US-China spat crossfire to being directly in Beijing's line of fire. Unless diplomatic and trade tensions with Australia's biggest trading partner ease, and soon, this one could become the domestic economy's biggest stumbling ...|
|... fiscal finances about three weeks earlier ... right down to the risk to the outlook: "The simmering diplomatic and trade tensions between Canberra and Beijing constitute a major downside risk". This compares with the MYEFO's, "Recent trade actions ...|
|If not for its ongoing diplomatic and trade tensions with Beijing, Australia would be beaming and congratulating China for the strengthening momentum in its economy and this, after having survived the pandemic without plunging into a recession. After ...|
|... Australia has defeated the curse of COVID-19. Something wicked this way comes... and that is, the diplomatic and trade tensions between Australia and China that traces its progeny with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison calling for an inquiry into ...|
|... remain above the US$100/tonne mark, supporting Australian government revenues. However, the simmering diplomatic and trade tensions between Canberra and Beijing constitute a major downside risk.|
|... we've witnessed over the past four years of the Trump administration. On the flip, a Biden win would calm US-China trade tensions. That is, if Joe proves true to his campaign words that he would remove Trump's existing tariffs. It would earn ...|
|... alternative sources of income, and a multi-fixed income solution fulfils this need," he said. "With COVID-19 and ongoing trade tensions affecting global equities markets, there are companies in emerging markets now trading at attractive valuations, presenting ...|
|... fragile from a period of mixed messages, are likely to experience higher volatility in the months ahead. Renewed trade tensions, poor economic and earnings data, the risk of a second wave of infections, as well as bankruptcies and job losses, threaten ...|
|... optimistic. "The most recent indicators suggest that global growth has stabilised, reflecting the partial easing of trade tensions and the significant loosening of monetary policy by many central banks over the past year," he said. "Global business confidence ...|
IOOF expects to spend up to $32 million on paying out Buyer of Last Resort arrangements with financial advisers leaving its network, primarily from Bridges Financial Services.
Link Group is now exploring the possibility of listing PEXA despite recently flagging there was strong interest from other parties in buying the property settlement platform.
PIMCO has named a new lead for its Asia Pacific business as part of an executive shuffle announced overnight.
Even before the COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Australia, it was clear we were returning to pre-pandemic normality, and latest stats back this.
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