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Monday 30

November, 2015 6:57 PM

A December FOMC playbook: The most dovish tightening event

30.11.2015 On 17 December 06:00 AEDT (16 December US time), the US Federal Reserve (Fed) is widely expected to guide the Fed funds rate higher..

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Inflation stays below RBA's target band

30.11.2015 Inflation has stayed below the RBA's two to three per cent target band all year as holiday costs and the price of fuel fall..

Slater and Gordon shares reverse slide

30.11.2015 Slater and Gordon shares have recovered some of the ground they lost in last week's sell-off after the law firm moved to reassure investors..

All priced in, but by how much?

30.11.2015 A big final week of 2015 for central bank policy and macro data this week ? the only remaining event after this week is the December FOMC..

Morrison declines to offer surplus timing

30.11.2015 A new analysis suggests the government's prediction of a budget surplus will be pushed back even further..

Morrison not 'hairy-chested' about surplus

30.11.2015 A new analysis showing a $38 billion deterioration in the budget highlights the need to grow the economy, Treasurer Scott Morrison says..

IMF poised to put Chinese yuan in elite currency basket

30.11.2015 The International Monetary Fund is expected to approve inclusion of China's yuan in its SDR basket of elite currencies on Monday, rewarding Beijing's strong pursuit of the global status..

18 Share Tips - 23 November 2015

23.11.2015 18 Share Tips - 23 November 2015.

Outdoor advertising stocks shine

30.11.2015 Tailwinds for oOH! Media and APN Outdoor as technology reinvents market segment..

4 Potential Bargain Stocks in the Healthcare Sector

30.11.2015 The ASX Healthcare Index (XHJ) continues to outperform, up 20% year over year compared to a drop of about 3% for the All Ordinaries Index (XAO)..

Why there's a huge downside risk for US stocks

30.11.2015 With valuations soaring following a massive rally and weak third-quarter earnings season, US stocks are dangerously high and portend great downside risk.

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