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|... According to Sunak, this will raise the UK's budget deficit to Â£355 billion this year (17% of GDP) - the highest level since WWII - with another Â£234 billion (10.3% of GDP) forecast for 2022. But he has a plan. Sunak plans "future changes to strengthen ...|
|... government to consider long-term "war bonds" or "COVID bonds" at low interest rates, similar to what the government issued during WWII. "The bonds would allow visibility into the extent to which the Commonwealth government remained prudent in other spending ...|
|The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is the biggest shock to the Australian economy since World War II, according to Roy Morgan. New analysis from the research house confirms Australia is facing the biggest single hit to its economy and workforce ...|
|... the decision to pull out 4% of this that was invested in midcaps. "We feel that the market is in its longest bull run since WWII and valuations for small - mid caps are over their 20 year averages. If we see a big rally in the market, we might take some ...|
|... finally examined and ratified" so expect "cutting-edge" nuclear weapons to be launched "today or tomorrow". But hey, wasn't it WWII that helped America and the rest of the world out of the 1930s depression?|
|... Hirsch of the Stock Traders Almanac, "We've seen a lot of bear markets hit bottom and turn in October," noting that 11 post WWII bear markets on the Dow Jones Industrial Average reversed in October. "We call it a bear killer."|
|... again making headlines for himself. Remember Deputy PM Pangalos? The one who earlier this year accused Germany of not paying WWII compensation for its occupation of Greece? He was at it again last night - accusing Germany of being racist because of its ...|
|... stumbles again. This was not the case back in the good ol' days (or bad ol' days depending on how you look at them). Before WWII, the US government took a laissez faire approach, i.e., they left the economy and the markets to their own devices. Unemployment ...|
According to analysis from Openmarkets Group, on average Baby Boomers and Generation X are making money on meme stocks, while Millennials are losing money.
The chief executive of a soon-to-merge industry super fund has announced he will not seek a role within the merged fund.
Life insurer TAL launched three new offerings that aim to address fairness and sustainability of income protection products.
AMP Capital made two key appointments to its real estate team and infrastructure equity business.
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