|Apart from underwriting improved growth in the Japanese economy, the yen's depreciation should help in the Bank of Japan's efforts to bring inflation up to its 2% target.|
|The RBA's growth and inflation forecasts and the Taylor Rule calls for just one more rate cut next year.|
|In trying to look "fiscally responsible", the Morrison government is encouraging households to borrow and spend to boost economic activity and growth. After all, interest rates are at record lows.|
|The US-China trade deal/no trade deal seesaw continues to drive the markets' daily ups and downs. But behind the day-to-day swings is the rise and rise on Wall Street - to new record highs.|
|The OECD's warning on "trade policy uncertainty" comes at a time when the expected de-escalation of the Sino-US trade friction appears to have a hit a stumbling block.|
|Is the RBA correct in waiting for the lagged effects of monetary policy to filter into general economic activity?|
|Faced with slowing growth and above target inflation, what's a central bank to do? In the case of the People's Bank of China, it's going for growth.|
|The Aussie dollar is key to how low Lowe goes.|
|If financial markets were waiting for the Australian labour market report to raise the odds of another RBA rate reduction, they're too late. Now only one question remains.|
|In the case of iron ore prices, it's a tale of two markets this year - a bull market in the first half; a bear in the second. Whether it goes up, down or remains steady from here has a direct bearing on Australia|
Australia's largest superannuation funds and wealth companies have largely cut back on their advertising spends over the past five years, documents from the Standing Committee on Economics show.
The former head of advice of the $57 billion superannuation fund has launched a new advisory aimed at working with super funds and dealer groups to develop better models of delivering advice.
For the first time, climate crisis and environmental degradation have taken out the top five spots in a list ranking the risks most likely to impact the world over the coming decade.
Powerwrap has signed an agreement in what could be its second-biggest client after Escala Partners and a new line of business for the platform.
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