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|... conferencing service Zoom, protective healthcare equipment provider 3M, payments giant Mastercard, supermarket conglomerate Walmart and anti-viral pharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences. Following today's announcement, there are now 35 US listed companies ...|
|... completed its second annual rebalancing since it launched last year, with some surprising companies kicked out. Twitter and Walmart were dropped from the ESG index for failing to meet certain ESG standards while Facebook, which was removed last year ...|
|... investment in global conglomerate Grupo Carso, defence company General Dynamics, fertiliser company Nutrien and retailers Walmart and Wal-Mart de Mexico. Rio Tinto was excluded from the fund's investable universe in 2008 based on an assessment of the ...|
|... pencil in continued wage gains. And oh, there's also Trump's tax cut - which had already prodded several US companies - Walmart, AT&T, Wells Fargo, etc. - to pass some on onto their employees in the form of pay hikes. The Fed's wish is coming true. Inflation ...|
|... Africa. The top 10 holdings are Indonesia's Bank Rakyat and Bank Mindiri, India's Yes Bank, ICICI Bank and ITC, Mexico's Walmart De Mexico, Universal Robina in the Philippines, Mr Price in South Africa and Yum China and AIA in China.|
|... Brian Clark. On Wall Street in the US on Tuesday, stocks have finished mixed in a choppy session following disappointing Walmart earnings and a pullback in many petroleum stocks. The Dow Jones Industrial Average edged up 13.51 points, or 0.07%, to 18,312.39 ...|
|... cent, at 5,619.4 points. NEW YORK - Wall Street stocks have finished mixed in a choppy session following disappointing Walmart earnings and a pullback in many petroleum stocks. The Dow Jones Industrial Average edged up 13.51 points (0.07 per cent) at ...|
|... cents to $31.49. US stock markets fell overnight after the share price of major retailers and tech equities, including Walmart, dropped after the National Retail Federation estimated the average shopper spent 6.4 per cent less than a year ago over the ...|
|... overnight, stocks pushed higher with the Dow Jones Industrial Average striking a new record, spurred by strong results from Walmart and Berkshire Hathaway's $US4.7 billion ($A5.09 billion) takeover of Duracell. The Dow finished up 40.59 points, or 0.23 ...|
|... at 5,423.5. NEW YORK - US stocks have pushed higher with the Dow striking a new record spurred by strong results from Walmart and Berkshire Hathaway's $US4.7 billion ($A5.09 billion) takeover of Duracell. After a day of wide swings on Thursday, the Dow ...|
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The Australian Bureau of Statistics has revealed what people who accessed their super early due to financial hardship caused by COVID-19 spent the money on.
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The life insurance industry is developing a Professional Standards Framework for all claims and underwriting professionals, with support from the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance (ANZIIF).
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With consumers in the US now contributing the most to Afterpay's business, the BNPL provider has set in motion plans to list there as new research shows the economic impact of the service.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many Australians to review their life insurance cover and seek the help of a financial adviser.
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