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|Disappointing. This is the one word that describes the latest batch of activity indicators out of China. The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) released retail sales, industrial production and fixed asset investment that were still stronger than usual ...|
|"It's raining men! Hallelujah! It's raining men!" -The Weather Girls Australian 'men' (and women) at work' that is. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics' (ABS): "Employment increased by 115,000 people in May, following the 31,000 ...|
|The Fed has spoken and Wall Street didn't like what it heard and saw (in the dot plots). US equities painted the board red, with all benchmark indices closing on the down low, while yields on 10-year US Treasuries went on the up and up. This is ...|
|Tell us something we, Australians all, don't already know. Those who have (at least one) are salivating, wringing their hands and thanking their lucky stars. Those who don't are still pounding the pavement - winter, spring, summer and autumn ...|
|"We have to take the economy through the pandemic and into a recovery phase, which has now started. We need to really anchor the recovery. We always talk about inflation anchoring and we are not oblivious to that. But the recovery needs to be firm ...|
|We really do see what we want to see and hear what we want to hear ... and rationalise accordingly. How else does one explain the US equity market's opposing reaction to the two most important indicators the Fed watches in determining its next policy ...|
|Inflation? What inflation? We need inflation. While many, if not most, of its central bank peers - led by the Fed -- are pushing back against inflation concerns, the Bank of Japan (BOJ) cannot seem to drive growth in the country's consumer prices ...|
|The US dollar weakened, so too did the yield on 10-year US Treasuries while the equity market's benchmark indices closed on the up and up as inflation expectations in Uncle Sam's county eased, calming concerns that the US Federal Reserve would ...|
|"Boom boom boom boom!" - Vengaboys The Australian property market should adopt this as its official anthem. The property craze in this Land Down Under is best portrayed by an article in the Daily Telegraph telling the story about "a mouldy 1970s house ...|
|"The demand picture has shown clear signs of improvement." So declared Saudi Arabia's oil minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman as the OPEC+ group of oil producing nations met and decided to gradually increase oil production in July. The OPEC+'s ...|
Franklin Templeton Investments is winding up its retail Australian Equity Fund, as asset growth lags.
Financial advisers' appetite for exchange-traded funds has more than doubled since the global pandemic hit as new trading data shows that index funds are providing better means of diversification.
The Association of Financial Advisers has slammed the Labor Party's attack on financial advisers, which paints the profession as dodgy and continues to rip-off consumers.
The industry superannuation fund has hired from Australian Catholic Superannuation and Retirement Fund as it continues its hiring spree for the internal investment team.
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