|Well, the trade war's not completely over, but the financial markets' rally on news that a phase one deal between the US and China has been reached provides a snippet of what joy to the world a trade peace could bring.|
|The Fed, Brexit and US-China trade deal brings good tidings for Christmas.|
|Not even Christine Lagarde wants to come out with all guns blazing in her debut as the new president of the ECB.|
|The US has come a long way, baby. From US recession worries to the prospect of a resumption of hikes in interest rates by 2021. Not a good look for Westpac's Bill Evans...|
|The recent NAB Business Survey indicates that RBA Governor Lowe still can't make the horse drink.|
|If the ECB cannot get to positive rates by the middle of 2021, then its experiment in negative rates would have been for nothing. That's according to Kate Samranvedhya of Jamieson Coote Bonds.|
|Not only do US consumers have jobs to back up their optimism and spending, they also feel richer.|
|While it's easy for the government and RBA to coax Australians to go forth and spend, the reality of everyone's financial situation calls for every penny earned to be saved.|
|Australia's economic growth accelerated to 1.7% in the year to the September quarter from 1.6% in the June quarter, justifying RBA governor Philip Lowe's oft-repeated claim that "the Australian economy appears to have reached a gentle turning point".|
|It may be Trump's ploy to get whichever country is on the other side of the table to give in to his demands. But the certainty of Trump's uncertainty means that financial markets and businesses are forever second-guessing his next move or tweet.|
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AustralianSuper will introduce a new fee for MySuper members from April 2020 to offset the impact of the Protecting Your Super changes.
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The alternatives assets data juggernaut is opening an office in Sydney, as it looks to expand its local client base and build its research coverage.
New Industry Super Australia research claims to show plans to make superannuation optional for low-income workers is nothing more than a tax grab.
A Brisbane boutique is winding up an Aussie equities fund, after an investor decided to redeem their money, representing roughly 60% of the fund's assets, just before Christmas.
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