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|... expected, according to Aviva Investors. While Australia's growth outlook for 2022 is strong, backed by a lower unemployment rate, inflation has the potential to derail the nation's progress. "Many of the reasons for higher inflation are well ...|
|Tasmania has retained its status for the seventh consecutive quarter of having the best-performing economy in Australia, CommSec research shows. In the stockbroker's latest State of the States report, the ACT has retained is second place position ...|
|It wasn't so long ago - before the COVID-19 pandemic struck to be precise - that every other central bank around the planet were hopin' and wishin' and prayin' for consumer price inflation to, at the very least, move higher to within ...|
|... the US economy stagnated, with annual GDP growth collapsing from 7.6% in 1973 to negative 2.3% by 1975. The unemployment rate soared from 4.6% to 8.6% over the same period. The same scenario played out in the mid-1980s. The "great moderation" - strong ...|
|... (3.8% versus 3.3% predicted three months before) and in 2023 (2.5% versus 2.4%). Similarly, the Fed predicts the unemployment rate to be higher this year (4.8% from 4.5%) before declining to 3.8% next year and 3.5% in 2023 - both unchanged from its June ...|
|... had considerable momentum... Business investment was picking up and the labour market had strengthened. The unemployment rate had fallen below 5% and job vacancies were at a high level." "The recovery in the Australian economy has, however, been interrupted ...|
|... Reserve chair Jerome Powell virtually buried the Philips Curve - the inverse correlation between inflation and the unemployment rate - by announcing that henceforth, the Fed is switching from a point target of 2% inflation to achieving "achieve inflation ...|
|... 2,200 jobs in July - paltry, but a great deal more than consensus expectations for job losses of 46,200. The unemployment rate fell from 4.9% in June to 4.6% in July. This is the ninth consecutive month of declining rate of joblessness, the lowest reading ...|
|The man credited with spearheading the creation of KiwiSaver and the NZ Super Fund, Sir Michael Cullen, is being remembered as one of New Zealand's most influential politicians. The New Zealand government announced today the passing of Sir Michael Cullen ...|
|... figures for the previous two months were revised upwards by a total of 119K - 31K in May and 88K in June. The US unemployment rate dropped from 5.9% in June to 5.4% in July - better than market expectations for a decline to 5.7%. This is the lowest level ...|
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Pendal Group has appointed a new chair in Deborah Page.
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The US $3.5 trillion asset manager State Street Global Advisors has released its annual proxy letter to portfolio companies, putting ASX-listed companies on notice.
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Former politician John Brogden has taken on a new role with Colonial First State.
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As the federal government released its draft plan to end violence against women and children, the superannuation industry is calling for action on financial abuse and control.
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