News archive from 14 September 2013

Bumper week for US bourses, but caution remains

Despite indications economic growth slowed somewhat in the third quarter, traders expect the Fed to trim its $US85 billion in monthly bond purchases by $US10 billion while leaving interest-rate policy highly accommodative to help the economy - and be...

 

All eyes on Bernanke's men

But for all the concerns that the reduced presence of such a giant asset buyer would be calamitous for investors, it appears equity and bond markets are poised to take next week's Fed decision largely in stride - provided the central bank doesn't...

 

Wider view key to hotel fix

You only have to look at successful hotel markets such as those of Melbourne and Singapore to see that the best way to stimulate investment is for governments to develop a balanced approach to the hotel sector that focuses on generating demand through...

 

Sun rises again in Japan

Investors left Tokyo in the background after it was overtaken by the growth in China for many years, and with the emergence of Singapore. But with Japan's winning Summer Games bid and a better yen value to its trading partners, analysts have tipped a...

 

Rents fall as retailers struggle

In a separate deal, Charter Hall, through a new Charter Hall managed entity, has entered into a put option agreement to acquire the Innaloo Shopping Centre and Shoppers Village, and the adjoining Innaloo Mega Centre, in the inner-Perth suburb of...

 

Upswing comes to the party

While it's not the opening of the floodgates, there is a spring in the collective step of the commercial real estate market. Leasing remains tough and the most recent employment figures for August were sobering for any government. But if all the...

 
Picking up the pieces after the collapse

Picking up the pieces after the collapse

Frozen in the moments before disaster, the sun is shining on the happy young couples who beam out from the pages of the RAMS prospectus. In its pages, investors were promised their own slice of blue sky, a stake in a mortgage business that chairman...

 

Bid to stop 'phoenix' rising

The plan follows a 2012 report commissioned by the Fair Work Ombudsman that identified phoenix activity as a ''significant problem'' for the sector, which could cost employees up to $350 million in lost wages and entitlements a year. Phoenix activity...

 

Bumper week for US bourses, but caution remains

Despite indications economic growth slowed somewhat in the third quarter, traders expect the Fed to trim its $US85 billion in monthly bond purchases by $US10 billion while leaving interest-rate policy highly accommodative to help the economy - and be...

 

All eyes on Bernanke's men

But for all the concerns that the reduced presence of such a giant asset buyer would be calamitous for investors, it appears equity and bond markets are poised to take next week's Fed decision largely in stride - provided the central bank doesn't...

 

Wider view key to hotel fix

You only have to look at successful hotel markets such as those of Melbourne and Singapore to see that the best way to stimulate investment is for governments to develop a balanced approach to the hotel sector that focuses on generating demand through...

 

Sun rises again in Japan

Investors left Tokyo in the background after it was overtaken by the growth in China for many years, and with the emergence of Singapore. But with Japan's winning Summer Games bid and a better yen value to its trading partners, analysts have tipped a...

 

Rents fall as retailers struggle

In a separate deal, Charter Hall, through a new Charter Hall managed entity, has entered into a put option agreement to acquire the Innaloo Shopping Centre and Shoppers Village, and the adjoining Innaloo Mega Centre, in the inner-Perth suburb of...

 

Upswing comes to the party

While it's not the opening of the floodgates, there is a spring in the collective step of the commercial real estate market. Leasing remains tough and the most recent employment figures for August were sobering for any government. But if all the...

 
Picking up the pieces after the collapse

Picking up the pieces after the collapse

Frozen in the moments before disaster, the sun is shining on the happy young couples who beam out from the pages of the RAMS prospectus. In its pages, investors were promised their own slice of blue sky, a stake in a mortgage business that chairman...

 
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