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The China FTA and the rise of the redback

Australia's free trade deal with China will invariably boost bilateral trade and investment.

24.11.2014

Rise of corporate divorces leads to fleeting gains

For the global mergers and acquisitions market, 2014 has been a year of strong recovery.

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17.11.2014

How banks allegedly rigged the US$5.3 trillion foreign exchange market

In June 2013, Bloomberg reported that traders at some of the world's biggest banks worked to manipulate key currency rates...

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17.11.2014

US-China emissions deal will put pressure on Australia

While most of the world is celebrating the US/China pact on climate change, the deal puts pressure on the Australian government...

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17.11.2014

Too big to fail and the push for 'bail ins'

In the last decade or so, the global financial landscape has endured two major shocks

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10.11.2014

Where are interest rates heading?

Australian headline inflation eased from 3% p.a. in the second quarter to 2.3% p.a in the third quarter.

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03.11.2014

How to interpret the Fed as it ends QE and morphs into a hawk

In May of last year, the Fed first indicated it would begin tapering its bond buying program in the near future, and all hell broke loose.

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13.10.2014

Long-term growth is the victim of short-term buyback schemes

A new report by Boston Consulting Group finds Australia?s top 200 listed companies pay nearly double the proportion of earnings in dividends as their global peers.

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13.10.2014

US Dollar Super-Overbought

The US dollar has relentlessly blasted higher in recent months, achieving its longest consecutive-week rally in history.

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15.09.2014

Gold and silver pounded

Gold suffered its worst quarter in 93 years in 2013's second quarter, a nauseating 22.8% loss.

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08.09.2014

Australian banks are too exposed to mortgages

One of the issues currently being considered by Australia's Financial System Inquiry is the heavy exposure of Australian banks to the residential mortgage market.

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WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK

week 28 November 2014
    • 24
    • BHP BHP Billiton briefing on its coal and copper businesses | 8:49 AM
    • Deloitte/Financial Services Council lunch David Murray, chair of the Financial System Inquiry, speaking at a Deloitte/Financial Services Council lunch | 8:50 AM
    • 25
    • AllianceBernstein economist Guy Bruten Briefing on Australian economy in 2015 by AllianceBernstein economist Guy Bruten | 4:23 AM
    • AOFM Australian Office of Financial Management (AOFM) to issue $200 million of February 21, 2022 Treasury Indexed Bonds | 4:25 AM
    • Australian British Chamber of Commerce lunch Helen Conway, director of Workplace Gender Equality Agency, speaking at Australian British Chamber of Commerce lunch | 5:42 AM
    • CEDA CEDA workplace flexibility event featuring PwC managing partner Gavin Moss | 6:46 AM
    • RBA Speech by Reserve Bank of Australia deputy governor Philip Lowe to the annual Australian Business Economists conference dinner | 8:48 AM
    • HVN Harvey Norman annual general meeting | 8:48 AM
    • MPL Medibank Private shares to begin trading on ASX | 8:48 AM
    • ALL Aristocrat Leisure full year results | 8:49 AM
    • ANZ ANZ-Roy Morgan weekly consumer confidence survey | 8:49 AM
    • BKN Brickworks annual general meeting | 8:50 AM
    • MSB Mesoblast annual general meeting | 8:51 AM
    • RFG Retail Food Group annual general meeting | 8:51 AM
    • 26
    • AOFM AOFM to issue $700 million of April 21, 2024 Treasury Bonds | 2:19 AM
    • ABS Australian Bureau of Statistics construction work done for September quarter | 4:25 AM
    • HIA Housing Industry Association/Commonwealth Bank affordability report for the September quarter | 4:27 AM
    • CAB Cabcharge annual general meeting | 5:22 AM
    • WEB Webjet annual general meeting | 5:22 AM
    • SUN Suncorp chief executive Patrick Snowball speaking at Australian British Chamber of Commerce lunch | 5:22 AM
    • AVG Australian Vintage annual general meeting | 6:08 AM
    • REX Regional Express annual general meeting | 6:09 AM
    • 27
    • AOFM AOFM to issue $500 million of Treasury Notes maturing on Febrary 27,2015 | 4:05 AM
    • ABS ABS private new capital expenditure and expected expenditure for the September quarter | 4:24 AM
    • HIA HIA new home sales for October | 4:27 AM
    • WOW Woolworths annual general meeting | 4:28 AM
    • CBA Commonwealth Bank business sales indicator for October | 4:28 AM
    • BOQ Bank of Queensland annual general meeting | 5:20 AM
    • SEK SEEK annual general meeting | 5:21 AM
    • MYX Mayne Pharma Group annual general meeting | 5:23 AM
    • BPT Beach Energy annual general meeting | 5:23 AM
    • FeTech magnetite and iron ore conference FeTech magnetite and iron ore conference | 5:41 AM
    • 28
    • RBA RBA to release financial aggregates for October | 4:26 AM
    • LYC Lynas Corp annual general meeting | 4:27 AM
    • MEL Metgasco annual general meeting | 4:28 AM
    • PRY Primary Health Care annual general meeting | 4:28 AM
    • RRL Regis Resources annual general meeting | 4:29 AM
    • AHF Australian Dairy Farms annual general meeting | 6:07 AM
    • AOFM AOFM to issue $500 million of October 21, 2019 Treasury Bonds | 6:09 AM
    • FeTech magnetite and iron ore conference FeTech magnetite and iron ore conference | 6:09 AM

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