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|... less pronounced." Reports that US and Chinese negotiators have agreed in principle to a "phase one" deal and needs only Trump's sign off should go a long way into reducing the downside risk in the Eurozone economy.|
|... the probability of a US recession (in 1990, 2001 and 2008) still produced a US recession. This is further compounded by Trump and his crusade against trade. While the Fed and financial markets appear to be correct in anticipating a pause, Bill Evans ...|
|... the Eurozone recover its growth momentum, so much so that the ECB decided to end its QE programme on 31 December 2018. Trump's tariff war- that weakened global trading activity - that started in March 2018, and the Fed's pivot in early 2019 - ...|
|... to be close (again), it's still prudent not to write-off the possibility of a re-escalation in the tariff wars given Trump's recent targeting of Europe, Argentina and Brazil, and, of course, phase one might not be signed after all. There's ...|
|... about appears to be a turning point lower ... and that's not even factoring in the persistent uncertainty surrounding Trump's trade war with the world. My back of the envelope calculations show that the Australian economy needs to grow by a bit ...|
|... risks are still tilted to the downside, some of these risks have lessened recently." But even more recent than recently, is Trump's recent declaration restoring tariffs on US steel and aluminium imports from Argentina and Brazil, considering imposing ...|
|... expansion territory to a seven month high reading of 50.3 in November after five months of contraction. ...and then came Trump's tweet: "Brazil and Argentina have been presiding over a massive devaluation of their currencies. which is not good for ...|
|... perhaps not. Former RBA governor Glenn Stevens had already spoke about this way back in 2014 (mind you, that was before Trump and his trade wars and after he cut interest rates in successive moves from 4.75% in 2011 to 2.5% in 2013 before taking it even ...|
|... trade friction appears to have a hit a stumbling block. Moreover, Factset notes 'Politico's' report that: "Trump administration officials considering starting a new trade investigation into the EU as the window closes on imposing auto tariffs." ...|
|... December polls - had eased uncertainty. But as evident in recent history, the Sino-Yankee trade deal is only as good as Trump's changing mood and the UK polls have been oh so wrong since 2015 when the Conservatives won majority (when the polls forecast ...|
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One of the nation's largest super funds has joined forces with Women's Legal Service Victoria (WLSV) to simplify the process of splitting super assets.
Clime Investment Management has partnered with Sequoia to launch a new fund that aims to provide a yearly income of 8%.
The executive manager of operations at a $17 billion industry superannuation fund resigned recently, with a replacement yet to be appointed.
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