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Canberra Times
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sectorProminent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sector
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Prominent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk say fund managers have benefited from the enormous growth in the super industry at the expense of members. Photo: Arsineh Houspian Superannuation funds are pressuring... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sectorProminent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sector
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 hours ago
Prominent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk say fund managers have benefited from the enormous growth in the super industry at the expense of members. Photo: Arsineh Houspian Superannuation funds are pressuring... Read more
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The Age
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sectorProminent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sector
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
Prominent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk say fund managers have benefited from the enormous growth in the super industry at the expense of members. Photo: Arsineh Houspian Superannuation funds are pressuring... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sectorProminent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sector
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
Prominent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk say fund managers have benefited from the enormous growth in the super industry at the expense of members. Photo: Arsineh Houspian Superannuation funds are pressuring... Read more
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WA Today
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sectorProminent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk
Fund manager profit party is over, warns super sector
WA Today / Posted 4 hours ago
Prominent retirement industry executives such as AustralianSuper chief Ian Silk say fund managers have benefited from the enormous growth in the super industry at the expense of members. Photo: Arsineh Houspian Superannuation funds are pressuring... Read more
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WA Today
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swingsThe ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months.
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swings
WA Today / Posted 8 hours ago
The ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months. Photo: Peter Braig The Australian sharemarket began September on a sour note, recording its worst week in three months after disappointing data from at home and abroad... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swingsThe ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months.
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swings
Canberra Times / Posted 8 hours ago
The ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months. Photo: Peter Braig The Australian sharemarket began September on a sour note, recording its worst week in three months after disappointing data from at home and abroad... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swingsThe ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months.
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swings
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 hours ago
The ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months. Photo: Peter Braig The Australian sharemarket began September on a sour note, recording its worst week in three months after disappointing data from at home and abroad... Read more
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The Age
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swingsThe ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months.
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swings
The Age / Posted 9 hours ago
The ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months. Photo: Peter Braig The Australian sharemarket began September on a sour note, recording its worst week in three months after disappointing data from at home and abroad... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swingsThe ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months.
ASX posts hefty loss in week of wild swings
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
The ASX finished higher on Friday, but recorded the worst week in three months. Photo: Peter Braig The Australian sharemarket began September on a sour note, recording its worst week in three months after disappointing data from at home and abroad... Read more
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WA Today
Will banks cut dividends as economy weakens?The banks will be forced to slash their dividends if Australia slips into reces
Will banks cut dividends as economy weakens?
WA Today / Posted 11 hours ago
The banks will be forced to slash their dividends if Australia slips into recession, UBS says. Photo: Chris Pearce The big four banks should be able to maintain their high dividends amid a weaker economy, but would likely need to cut payouts if... Read more
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The Age
Will banks cut dividends as economy weakens?The banks will be forced to slash their dividends if Australia slips into reces
Will banks cut dividends as economy weakens?
The Age / Posted 11 hours ago
The banks will be forced to slash their dividends if Australia slips into recession, UBS says. Photo: Chris Pearce The big four banks should be able to maintain their high dividends amid a weaker economy, but would likely need to cut payouts if... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Will banks cut dividends as economy weakens?The banks will be forced to slash their dividends if Australia slips into reces
Will banks cut dividends as economy weakens?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 hours ago
The banks will be forced to slash their dividends if Australia slips into recession, UBS says. Photo: Chris Pearce The big four banks should be able to maintain their high dividends amid a weaker economy, but would likely need to cut payouts if... Read more
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Canberra Times
Will banks cut dividends as economy weakens?The banks will be forced to slash their dividends if Australia slips into reces
Will banks cut dividends as economy weakens?
Canberra Times / Posted 11 hours ago
The banks will be forced to slash their dividends if Australia slips into recession, UBS says. Photo: Chris Pearce The big four banks should be able to maintain their high dividends amid a weaker economy, but would likely need to cut payouts if... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Will banks cut dividends as economy weakens?The banks will be forced to slash their dividends if Australia slips into reces
Will banks cut dividends as economy weakens?
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 hours ago
The banks will be forced to slash their dividends if Australia slips into recession, UBS says. Photo: Chris Pearce The big four banks should be able to maintain their high dividends amid a weaker economy, but would likely need to cut payouts if... Read more
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Canberra Times
Market yields in crisis territory, but is anyone paying attention?The yield on offer in Australian shares is compelling because stocks are fallin
Market yields in crisis territory, but is anyone paying attention?
Canberra Times / Posted 16 hours ago
The yield on offer in Australian shares is compelling because stocks are falling. Photo: Daniel Munoz The correction in Australian equities is painting a flattering picture for dividends, as the spread between the 10-year bond yield and shares... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Market yields in crisis territory, but is anyone paying attention?The yield on offer in Australian shares is compelling because stocks are fallin
Market yields in crisis territory, but is anyone paying attention?
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 hours ago
The yield on offer in Australian shares is compelling because stocks are falling. Photo: Daniel Munoz The correction in Australian equities is painting a flattering picture for dividends, as the spread between the 10-year bond yield and shares... Read more
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The Age
Market yields in crisis territory, but is anyone paying attention?The yield on offer in Australian shares is compelling because stocks are fallin
Market yields in crisis territory, but is anyone paying attention?
The Age / Posted 17 hours ago
The yield on offer in Australian shares is compelling because stocks are falling. Photo: Daniel Munoz The correction in Australian equities is painting a flattering picture for dividends, as the spread between the 10-year bond yield and shares... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Market yields in crisis territory, but is anyone paying attention?The yield on offer in Australian shares is compelling because stocks are fallin
Market yields in crisis territory, but is anyone paying attention?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
The yield on offer in Australian shares is compelling because stocks are falling. Photo: Daniel Munoz The correction in Australian equities is painting a flattering picture for dividends, as the spread between the 10-year bond yield and shares... Read more
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WA Today
Market yields in crisis territory, but is anyone paying attention?The yield on offer in Australian shares is compelling because stocks are fallin
Market yields in crisis territory, but is anyone paying attention?
WA Today / Posted 17 hours ago
The yield on offer in Australian shares is compelling because stocks are falling. Photo: Daniel Munoz The correction in Australian equities is painting a flattering picture for dividends, as the spread between the 10-year bond yield and shares... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investorsDomestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australia
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investors
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Domestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australian sharemarket suffered another dramatic turnaround after an early rally quickly turned sour, as disappointing economic data directed investor attention to domestic... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investorsDomestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australia
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investors
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
Domestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australian sharemarket suffered another dramatic turnaround after an early rally quickly turned sour, as disappointing economic data directed investor attention to domestic... Read more
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The Age
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investorsDomestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australia
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investors
The Age / Posted yesterday
Domestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australian sharemarket suffered another dramatic turnaround after an early rally quickly turned sour, as disappointing economic data directed investor attention to domestic... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investorsDomestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australia
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investors
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Domestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australian sharemarket suffered another dramatic turnaround after an early rally quickly turned sour, as disappointing economic data directed investor attention to domestic... Read more
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WA Today
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investorsDomestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australia
ASX falls as local economic concerns weigh on investors
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Domestic issues weighed on the ASX on Thursday. Photo: Rob Homer The Australian sharemarket suffered another dramatic turnaround after an early rally quickly turned sour, as disappointing economic data directed investor attention to domestic... Read more
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Times of Malta
Australia’s Q2 growth lowest in two yearsAustralia experienced the slowest economic growth in two years over the second
Australia’s Q2 growth lowest in two years
Times of Malta / Posted yesterday
Australia experienced the slowest economic growth in two years over the second quarter due in part to a sharp fall in export volumes, official data showed yesterday, knocking the Australian dollar to its lowest in over six years. The Australian... Read more
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Daily FX
Australian Dollar Declines as Retail Sales Data Fuel RBA Rate Cut BetsThe Australian Dollar fell more than 0.5 percent against its US counterpart aft
Australian Dollar Declines as Retail Sales Data Fuel RBA Rate Cut Bets
Daily FX / Posted yesterday
The Australian Dollar fell more than 0.5 percent against its US counterpart after a disappointing set of data crossed the wires. The former country’s July retail sales came in at -0.1 percent (MoM) versus 0.4 percent expected and 0.6 percent in June.... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Australian dollar's slide may help avert recession, HSBC sees no rate cut"The Aussie dollar will continue to do more of the work for the RBA," said Paul
Australian dollar's slide may help avert recession, HSBC sees no rate cut
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
"The Aussie dollar will continue to do more of the work for the RBA," said Paul Bloxham, chief economist for Australia at HSBC in Sydney. Photo: Bloomberg After nearly a quarter century of economic growth, the Reserve Bank of Australia is again... Read more
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WA Today
Aussie's slide may help avert recession, HSBC sees no rate cut"The Aussie dollar will continue to do more of the work for the RBA," said Paul
Aussie's slide may help avert recession, HSBC sees no rate cut
WA Today / Posted yesterday
"The Aussie dollar will continue to do more of the work for the RBA," said Paul Bloxham, chief economist for Australia at HSBC Holdings in Sydney. Photo: Bloomberg After nearly a quarter century of economic growth, the Reserve Bank of Australia is... Read more
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The Age
Aussie's slide may help avert recession, HSBC sees no rate cut"The Aussie dollar will continue to do more of the work for the RBA," said Paul
Aussie's slide may help avert recession, HSBC sees no rate cut
The Age / Posted yesterday
"The Aussie dollar will continue to do more of the work for the RBA," said Paul Bloxham, chief economist for Australia at HSBC Holdings in Sydney. Photo: Bloomberg After nearly a quarter century of economic growth, the Reserve Bank of Australia is... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Aussie's slide may help avert recession, HSBC sees no rate cut"The Aussie dollar will continue to do more of the work for the RBA," said Paul
Aussie's slide may help avert recession, HSBC sees no rate cut
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
"The Aussie dollar will continue to do more of the work for the RBA," said Paul Bloxham, chief economist for Australia at HSBC Holdings in Sydney. Photo: Bloomberg After nearly a quarter century of economic growth, the Reserve Bank of Australia is... Read more
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Canberra Times
Aussie's slide may help avert recession, HSBC sees no rate cut"The Aussie dollar will continue to do more of the work for the RBA," said Paul
Aussie's slide may help avert recession, HSBC sees no rate cut
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
"The Aussie dollar will continue to do more of the work for the RBA," said Paul Bloxham, chief economist for Australia at HSBC Holdings in Sydney. Photo: Bloomberg After nearly a quarter century of economic growth, the Reserve Bank of Australia is... Read more
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iafrica.com
Oz's economy slows as China stumblesThe Australian flag. Credit: flickr.com/Public Stock Australia's economy expan
Oz's economy slows as China stumbles
iafrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
The Australian flag. Credit: flickr.com/Public Stock Australia's economy expanded at its slowest quarterly pace in more than two years, data showed Wednesday, with exports dragged down by weakening growth in key trading partner... Read more
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RTE News
Australia's Q2 growth hits lowest level in 2 yearsAustralia experienced the slowest economic growth in two years over the second
Australia's Q2 growth hits lowest level in 2 years
RTE News / Posted 2 days ago
Australia experienced the slowest economic growth in two years over the second quarter due in part to a sharp fall in export volumes, knocking the Australian dollar to its lowest in over six years. The Australian Bureau of Statistics said gross... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Australia second-quarter economic growth hits lowest in two years, Aussie dollar sinksSYDNEY Australia experienced the slowest economic growth in two years over the
Australia second-quarter economic growth hits lowest in two years, Aussie dollar sinks
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 2 days ago
SYDNEY Australia experienced the slowest economic growth in two years over the second quarter due in part to a sharp fall in export volumes, official data showed on Wednesday, knocking the Australian dollar to its lowest in over six years. The... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Australia’s economy slows as China stumblesSydney, Australia | AFP – Australia’s economy expanded at its slowest quarterly
Australia’s economy slows as China stumbles
Manila Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
Sydney, Australia | AFP – Australia’s economy expanded at its slowest quarterly pace in more than two years, data showed Wednesday, with exports dragged down by weakening growth in key trading partner China. Resources-driven economies such as... Read more
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TheBull
Fresh volatility hits Asian marketsAsian stocks were locked in a fresh round of volatility Wednesday, as further e
Fresh volatility hits Asian markets
TheBull / Posted 2 days ago
Asian stocks were locked in a fresh round of volatility Wednesday, as further evidence of slowing growth in China's economy cast gloom over global markets. After hefty early losses, some regional bourses reversed direction to close in positive... Read more
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Business Spectator
Aust stocks finish higherThe Australian sharemarket has won back early losses to finish marginally in th
Aust stocks finish higher
Business Spectator / Posted 2 days ago
The Australian sharemarket has won back early losses to finish marginally in the black, as a recovery in China stocks and a GDP-inspired boost to rate cut hopes buoyed investors. At the 4.15pm (AEST) official market close, the benchmark S&P/ASX200... Read more
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International Business Times
Australia's economic growth slows to 0.2% in second quarterAustralia has reported weaker-than-expected economic growth between April and J
Australia's economic growth slows to 0.2% in second quarter
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
Australia has reported weaker-than-expected economic growth between April and June, due mainly to dipping commodity prices and falling exports. Its gross domestic product grew 0.2% from the previous quarter, less than the 0.4% growth forecast by... Read more
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TheBull
Australia's economy slows as China stumblesAustralia's economy expanded at its slowest quarterly pace for more than two ye
Australia's economy slows as China stumbles
TheBull / Posted 2 days ago
Australia's economy expanded at its slowest quarterly pace for more than two years as mining and construction activity fell and exports declined, data showed Wednesday, hit by weakening growth in its biggest trading partner China. Resources-driven... Read more
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TheBull
China fuels fresh Asia equity woes after global routShanghai led a broad Asian equities sell-off Wednesday, plunging more than four
China fuels fresh Asia equity woes after global rout
TheBull / Posted 2 days ago
Shanghai led a broad Asian equities sell-off Wednesday, plunging more than four percent, as further evidence of slowing in China's economy brought a new bout of volatility to global markets. The losses followed a dismal day on US and European... Read more
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International Business Times
Asian shares continue to fall on China woesMost Asian markets were in the red on 2 September as poor manufacturing data fr
Asian shares continue to fall on China woes
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
Most Asian markets were in the red on 2 September as poor manufacturing data from China and the US rocked investor sentiment in the region. The Shanghai Composite index was down by 2.2% at 3,097.02 points in early trade after data released on 1... Read more
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TheBull
Australia's economy slows as mining activity, exports weakenAustralia's economy expanded at its slowest quarterly pace for more than two ye
Australia's economy slows as mining activity, exports weaken
TheBull / Posted 2 days ago
Australia's economy expanded at its slowest quarterly pace for more than two years as mining and construction activity fell and exports declined, data showed Wednesday, hit by weakening growth in its biggest trading partner China. Economic growth... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Australian economy growing slower than expectedSYDNEY: Australia's economy expanded at its slowest quarterly pace for more tha
Australian economy growing slower than expected
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 2 days ago
SYDNEY: Australia's economy expanded at its slowest quarterly pace for more than two years as mining and construction activity fell and exports declined, data showed Wednesday, hit by weakening growth in its biggest trading partner China. Economic... Read more
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Business Spectator
GDP growth misses forecastsThe Australian economy grew at half the pace economists had expected in the Jun
GDP growth misses forecasts
Business Spectator / Posted 2 days ago
The Australian economy grew at half the pace economists had expected in the June quarter, according to data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Gross domestic product (GDP) grew a seasonally adjusted 0.2 per cent in the three months to the end... Read more
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TheBull
Global growth concerns ramp up with volatility the clear winnerThe way I see the state of play is that this is a global demand issue. Although
Global growth concerns ramp up with volatility the clear winner
TheBull / Posted 2 days ago
The way I see the state of play is that this is a global demand issue. Although this has been the case for some time, it is now fully in the market’s crosshairs. Korea’s export numbers (-14.7%) epitomised this view and China’s exports numbers (out... Read more
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Weekly Times
Agriculture could be sheltered from slowing Chinese economy, Rabobank saysAGRICULTURE is likely to be more sheltered from a slowing Chinese economy than
Agriculture could be sheltered from slowing Chinese economy, Rabobank says
Weekly Times / Posted 2 days ago
AGRICULTURE is likely to be more sheltered from a slowing Chinese economy than other sectors, a leading economist has forecast. The prediction came as major Australian listed agribusinesses rebounded strongly after the stockmarket last week recorded... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Dollar declines as investors exit higher risk tradesThe New Zealand dollar fell after weak Chinese factory data raised concerns abo
Dollar declines as investors exit higher risk trades
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 2 days ago
The New Zealand dollar fell after weak Chinese factory data raised concerns about a slowdown in Asia's largest economy. The kiwi dropped to 63.31USc at 8am in Wellington, from 63.74c at 5pm yesterday. The trade-weighted index slipped to 68.70 from... Read more
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Daily FX
AUD/USD Risks Fresh 2015 Lows on Dismal Australia 2Q GDP ReportThe near-term decline in AUD/USD may gather pace over the next 24-hours of trad
AUD/USD Risks Fresh 2015 Lows on Dismal Australia 2Q GDP Report
Daily FX / Posted 2 days ago
The near-term decline in AUD/USD may gather pace over the next 24-hours of trade as Australia’s 2Q Gross Domestic Product (GDP) report is expected to show the growth rate slowing for the fifth consecutive quarter, which may put increased pressure on... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
NZ dollar declines as investors exit higher risk trades on Chinese slowdown fearsThe kiwi dropped to 63.31 US cents at 8am in Wellington, from 63.74 cents at 5p
NZ dollar declines as investors exit higher risk trades on Chinese slowdown fears
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
The kiwi dropped to 63.31 US cents at 8am in Wellington, from 63.74 cents at 5pm yesterday. Photo / NZME. The New Zealand dollar fell after weak Chinese factory data yesterday raised concerns about a slowdown in Asia's largest economy. The kiwi... Read more
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