News archive from 8 June 2013

European investors welcome US recovery

European stock markets have posted sharp gains as traders welcomed modest US job creation data. After treading water earlier in the session, European equities advanced after the Labor Department announced that the US economy added 175,000 jobs in May,...

 

'Tipping point' triggers downhill racers

Nearly 4 per cent of the value of the sharemarket was wiped away this week as investors absorbed talk of the US Federal Reserve's plan to tighten monetary policy. And bond traders set off global currency markets as they voiced their displeasure of the...

 

US jobs data just what the doctor ordered

The US May jobs report came in just right for investors - neither too weak nor too strong to rock the boat - but market participants are now questioning what's next for stocks. The equity market is on nebulous middle ground. The S&P 500 is just...

 

European investors welcome US recovery

European stock markets have posted sharp gains as traders welcomed modest US job creation data. After treading water earlier in the session, European equities advanced after the Labor Department announced that the US economy added 175,000 jobs in May,...

 

'Tipping point' triggers downhill racers

Nearly 4 per cent of the value of the sharemarket was wiped away this week as investors absorbed talk of the US Federal Reserve's plan to tighten monetary policy. And bond traders set off global currency markets as they voiced their displeasure of the...

 

US jobs data just what the doctor ordered

The US May jobs report came in just right for investors - neither too weak nor too strong to rock the boat - but market participants are now questioning what's next for stocks. The equity market is on nebulous middle ground. The S&P 500 is just...

 

European investors welcome US recovery

European stock markets have posted sharp gains as traders welcomed modest US job creation data. After treading water earlier in the session, European equities advanced after the Labor Department announced that the US economy added 175,000 jobs in May,...

 

'Tipping point' triggers downhill racers

Nearly 4 per cent of the value of the sharemarket was wiped away this week as investors absorbed talk of the US Federal Reserve's plan to tighten monetary policy. And bond traders set off global currency markets as they voiced their displeasure of the...

 

US jobs data just what the doctor ordered

The US May jobs report came in just right for investors - neither too weak nor too strong to rock the boat - but market participants are now questioning what's next for stocks. The equity market is on nebulous middle ground. The S&P 500 is just...

 

In Myanmar, investor flirtations gradually turning into commitments

Foreign executives who flew into this dirt-poor country over the past year to tap into what is described as Asia's last major frontier market often came away skeptical, befuddled or outright disappointed. ""Look, listen, learn - and leave''...

TheAge, 09:38 in Business
 

More fuel for the ASIC fire

Illustration: Michael Mucci. It was not a pleasant week for the corporate regulator. As if the revelations of the 16-month delay to investigate the cover-up in Commonwealth Bank's financial services division were not harrowing enough. Then there came...

TheAge, 09:38 in Business
 

In Myanmar, investor flirtations gradually turning into commitments

Foreign executives who flew into this dirt-poor country over the past year to tap into what is described as Asia's last major frontier market often came away skeptical, befuddled or outright disappointed. ""Look, listen, learn - and leave''...

 
More fuel for the ASIC fire

More fuel for the ASIC fire

It was not a pleasant week for the corporate regulator. As if the revelations of the 16-month delay to investigate the cover-up in Commonwealth Bank's financial services division were not harrowing enough. Then there came news that more than 100...

 

In Myanmar, investor flirtations gradually turning into commitments

Foreign executives who flew into this dirt-poor country over the past year to tap into what is described as Asia's last major frontier market often came away skeptical, befuddled or outright disappointed. ""Look, listen, learn - and leave''...

 

More fuel for the ASIC fire

Illustration: Michael Mucci. It was not a pleasant week for the corporate regulator. As if the revelations of the 16-month delay to investigate the cover-up in Commonwealth Bank's financial services division were not harrowing enough. Then there came...

 
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