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|... August, from Ã,Â£4.4 billion based on revised estimates for GDP growth to expand by 7.25% -- the fastest rate since World War II - this year from the February 2021 estimate of 5.0% and for the unemployment rate to peak at 5.5% later this year - as significant ...|
|... additional accumulated savings." How much stronger? The bank now expects GDP growth of 7.25% - the fastest rate since World War II - this year from the February 2021 estimate of 5.0%. Likewise, the BOE now forecasts the unemployment rate to peak at 5.5% ...|
|... support but that Biden's proposal is excessive. "There is a chance that macroeconomic stimulus on a scale closer to World War II levels than normal recession levels will set off inflationary pressures of a kind we have not seen in a generation. I worry ...|
|... FY 2019/2020, projecting it to grow to A$184.5 billion (9.7% of GDP) this fiscal year - the biggest deficit since World War II. It'll now be bigger than Ben Hur. Then again, for those who forgot, the JobKeeper programme's blowout to A$102.2 billion ...|
|... FY 2019/2020, projecting it to grow to A$184.5 billion (9.7% of GDP) this fiscal year - the biggest deficit since World War II. Then again, nary an Australian is faulting the government of the day for this. Without the government's pandemic fiscal ...|
|... public debt reaching its highest level in recorded history, at over 100 percent of global GDP, in excess of post-World War II peaks. "The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has already prompted an unprecedented fiscal policy response of close to $11 trillion ...|
|... with their own domestic outbreaks". As per the World Bank report: "This would be the deepest global recession since World War II, and almost three times as steep as the 2009 global recession. The forecast assumes that the pandemic recedes in such a way ...|
|... "The scope and speed of this downturn are without modern precedent, significantly worse than any recession since World War II. We are seeing a severe decline in economic activity and in employment, and already the job gains of the past decade have been ...|
|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 ...|
|... population are restricted by the constitution, which was effectively imposed on Japan by the United States after World War II." And, according to The Guardian: "...stems in part from bitter memories of civil rights abuses during the days of militarism ...|
Aware Super, AustralianSuper and Hostplus are set to appear before the Standing Committee on Economics' inquiry into common ownership on Monday.
ASIC is urging financial advisers to be well prepared for the new Design and Distribution Obligations regime, warning that there should be no surprises when it kicks into gear on October 5.
A long-serving Mercer superannuation executive has left the firm to focus on board directorships.
The online trading platform is set to pay $25 million for the big four bank's share investing client base as the latter continues to simplify its banking strategy.
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