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| | THURSDAY, 21 JAN 2021 12:01PMPayroll jobs had recovered to pre-COVID levels by early December 2020, according to figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).|
|POTUS 46's words and immediate actions would help close the divide in America and revive its stature in the global stage. This is backed by the rise in US equities, with all benchmark indices rallying to record highs; 10-year US bond yields slipping; ...|
|The price of iron ore continues to rise and rise.|
|Japan may need to spend more to mitigate the expected slowing in consumption and business activity following the declaration of the second state of emergency.|
|The longer the Eurozone takes to get on top of the resurgence, the longer the lockdowns, the greater the risk of a double-dip recession.|
|The Chinese yuan has seen a sharp appreciation, leading major Chinese news outlets to report that the government would be relaxing rules to make it simpler to settle the currency internationally.|
|Australia has graduated from being caught in the US-China spat crossfire to being directly in Beijing's line of fire.|
|Brexit is over and Britain is facing a fresh outbreak of coronavirus infections. What will it mean for the economy and are negative interest rates on the horizon?|
|If we learned anything from 2020, it is that fiscal and monetary authorities would do whatever it takes to preserve our lives, livelihood and finances.|
|The S&P500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 2020 at record highs despite the number of coronavirus infections gripping the US.|
Willis Towers Watson (WTW) has announced a new head of retirement for Australasia as Brad Jeffrey retires after serving 40 years with the company.
Perpetual Investment Management has appointed a new custodian, replacing RBC Investor and Treasury Services following its exit from the Australian market.
Zenith Investment Partners has partnered with MSCI to enhance the delivery of institutional-grade portfolio analysis, service scalability, insights and reporting to its managed account portfolio clients.
The neobank has become the first Australian bank to return its customer deposits after it withdrew its banking products and announced the return of its authorised deposit-taking institution (ADI) licence.
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