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|Just about everyone is a winner in this year's federal budget, with treasurer Josh Frydenberg extending tax cuts, significant measures to enhance women's economic security and a $15 billion infrastructure spend.|
|The recovery of the Australian economy from COVID-19 has improved the budget position from initial projections, with a significantly lower than expected unemployment rate.|
|The price of iron ore continues to heat up, smashing the all-time high of US$191.70 a tonne recorded more than 10 years ago.|
|Ahead of tomorrow's federal budget, the government announced a raft of measures aimed at increasing home ownership levels, including the expansion of the First Home Super Saver Scheme.|
|Wall Street benchmark equity indices closed on the up and up on Friday, just as the US Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed disappointing labour market insights.|
|The central bank will slow bond purchases to £3.4 billion a week between now and August, but stressed "this operational decision should not be interpreted as a change in the stance of monetary policy". Don't call it taper.|
|The resurgence of COVID-19 infections in the country is already nullifying one of the Bank of Japan's assumptions.|
|As expected, the Reserve Bank of Australia left monetary policy settings unchanged yesterday, but its made sure all eyes are now on what it will do in July.|
|Have government and central bank stimulus measures gone so far that they're now smothering the successes achieved during COVID-19?|
|The Eurozone is back in recession, dragged down by COVID-19, but the future is looking brighter.|
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After four months of due diligence, the two super funds have confirmed they will merge before the end of the year.
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The $179 billion sovereign wealth fund has promoted internally to appoint a deputy chief investment officer for portfolio strategy.
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The alarming rate that financial advice is increasingly becoming unaffordable for everyday Australians further cements the position of the rich and powerful, an inquiry heard this morning.
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The Sydney multi-boutique has appointed a Queensland-based distribution director, hiring from GSFM.
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