How bad will the next crisis be? JPMorgan Chase & Co. has an idea. ‘A decade after the collapse of Lehman Brothers sparked a plunge in markets and a raft of emergency measures, strategists at the bank have created a model aimed at gauging the timing and severity of the next financial crisis. And they reckon investors should pencil it in for 2020.
AMP’s [ASX:AMP] share price has fallen by over 3% this morning and is currently sitting at $3.13, at time of writing.
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Facebook’s share price fell almost 3% yesterday, but before then its shares had already been steadily declining over past weeks. This places Facebook en route to rival its largest quarterly loss since 2012, when it crashed by 30%. Shares of…
The large gas reserves in the Bass Strait, which have fed Victoria for years, are on the decline. Now an increasing amount flows down the pipeline network from Queensland.
The Canadians voted to make recreational pot legal this year. It was supposed to happen in July, but was pushed back to 17 October because the provinces weren’t ready.
At some point we must ask, what is the underlying structure that delivers our political leaders to us? Who are these people? What are they in it for? Why do they find it so difficult to forge a bond with us, and with their political allies?
You may remember a few years ago the Chinese lost their trust in locally produced products after mass death and illness was caused by contaminated baby formula. But it’s not only baby formula that the Chinese have been lied to about.
Medibank Private Limited’s [ASX:MPL] share price fell 5.36% immediately this morning, after reporting a 1% drop in profit for the 2018 financial year.
Super Retail Group Limited’s [ASX:SUL] share price increased a further 1.42% upon opening this morning, even after admitting to underpaying its employees by $7.9 million.