|The RBA will cut one more time in 2020. More, if other central banks - particularly the Fed - raise accommodative monetary policies... if only to keep the Aussie dollar weak.|
|The rise and rise of the US equity market - the S&P 500 index, the DJIA, and the Nasdaq composite index all closed at new record highs last week - forward-looking as it is, portends good tidings ahead.|
|The uncertainty that is Brexit festers on and it's not over until it's over.|
|As the saying goes, actions speak louder than words. But this may not necessarily be true for the Bank of Japan.|
|The RBA appears relatively optimistic after leaving the official cash rate unchanged. Given monetary policy operates with a lag - taking up to 15 months for changes in interest rates to filter through into the economy - that optimism might just be wa|
|Given the recent weakening trend in household spending (despite lower interest rates and the government tax rebates), it's no longer an uncertainty but a sure thing.|
|With all that's happening in the US and China at the moment, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas has come early ... and Thanksgiving too.|
|The Fed has signalled that it's taking a breather for now. It could be a short one.|
|To prevent further A$ appreciation - and its downward pressure on growth and inflation - the RBA will have no option but to cut rates in response to policy actions by other central banks.|
|The nasty turn of events in the global economy has again put pressure on the European Central Bank, prompting the latest increase in policy stimulus measures. Can Lagarde finish what Draghi started?|
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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