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China's fall and the impact on ETFs

Author: Alex Prineas
Date: 07 Aug 2015

There is a fascinating story unfolding in China

China: Separating fact from fiction

Author: Mathews Asia
Date: 25 Mar 2014

In recent months, many global investors have focused on a slowdown in Chinese GDP growth, declining exports and massive credit overhang

China, commodities and central banks dominate global outlook

Author: PIMCO
Date: 09 May 2016

Navigating an environment of tepid nominal growth and near-zero or negative interest rates was never going to be easy

China woes create Asian buying opportunity

Author: Robin Parbrook
Date: 04 Feb 2016

What's happening with China's currency? The immediate cause of the current wobbles or "crisis" in China is the currency, which has now fallen quite sharply

China versus Russia

Author: Craig Botham
Date: 28 May 2015

Russia Russian GDP contracted 1.9 per cent year on year in the first quarter of 2015

China versus India: Which economy will prosper?

Author: Francisco Torralba
Date: 09 Feb 2015

The consensus can be dead wrong

China ride bumpy but set to reward long-term investors

Author: Arian Neiron
Date: 28 Jul 2015

If nothing else, the unpredictability of mainland China's A-shares market over the past few weeks has been attention-grabbing

China reforms stall at crossroads

Author: AllianceBernstein
Date: 03 Aug 2016

There are three notable developments in China's corporate sector at the moment which, in our view, investors should monitor closely as a guide to the short-term direction of the economy and the government's reform agenda

China liberalises the yuan

Author: Michael Collins
Date: 14 Sep 2015

Every day at 9.15am Beijing time, the central People's Bank of China, after gathering quotes from forex market makers at state banks, sets a so-called central parity rate for the yuan

China goes the long handle on stimulus

Author: Vimal Gor
Date: 14 Aug 2015

China has traditionally responded to economic weakness with interest-rate cuts, reserve requirement ratio (RRR) cuts or announcements of stimulus

China crisis still a possibility

Author: Manuela Badawy
Date: 08 Feb 2017

This time last year, China was grabbing headlines due to a precipitous drop in its stock market and heightened volatility of its currency

China and the limits of growth

Author: Bart Dowling
Date: 10 Dec 2013

Well, the third plenary session in China has come and gone without much fanfare - apart from the odd comment here and there about China's removal of its one child policy

Challenges remain for Asia's economies

Author: PIMCO
Date: 14 Apr 2016

Q: What is PIMCO's outlook for growth in China? Spajic : The economic challenges China faces have never been more pressing, and in light of these, we think official GDP growth is likely to end up in the range of 5.5 per cent to 6.5 per cent this year, versus the target of 6.5 per cent.

CEOs behaving badly weigh on company profits, investor outlook

Author: Glenn Freeman
Date: 06 Mar 2017

While QBE Insurance (ASX: QBE) and Seven Group Holdings (ASX: SVW) were at opposite ends of the spectrum in terms of their half-yearly earnings--QBE reported a $898-million net profit while Seven Group is $42 million in the red--their senior executive teams were united in both facing relationship scandals

Central bankers talk too much

Author: Michael Collins
Date: 29 Oct 2013

Transparency is an absolute good, it seems, for many people

CBA's 3Q cash earnings flat

Author: Christine St Anne
Date: 06 May 2015

Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) on Wednesday announced a cash profit -- a preferred measure of profitability of ongoing operations among the banks -- to $2.2 billion for its third fiscal quarter, flat on the same period in the prior year

CBA reports record $9.1bn profit

Author: Christine St Anne/Nicholas Grove/Anthony Fensom
Date: 12 Aug 2015

Companies covered in this report: • Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA)

CBA records $2.3bn 1Q profit

Author: Nicholas Grove
Date: 05 Nov 2014

Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) on Wednesday announced a cash profit of around $2.3 billion for the first fiscal quarter ended 30 September 2014, up 10 per cent on the same quarter in the previous year

CBA posts mega profit, Suncorp pays special dividend

Author: Christine St Anne
Date: 13 Aug 2014

Companies covered in this report: • Commonwealth Bank of Australia

CBA posts $2.4bn cash profit

Author: Nicholas Grove
Date: 05 Nov 2015

Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) on Thursday said its unaudited cash earnings for the first quarter to 30 September 2015 were approximately $2.4 billion, up 4.3 per cent on the same quarter in the prior fiscal year

CBA posts "impressive" result, Suncorp lifts profit

Author: Christine St Anne
Date: 11 Feb 2015

Companies covered in this report: • Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) • Suncorp (SUN) • Computershare (CPU)

CBA makes history, dividend up 9pc

Author: Nicholas Grove/Christine St Anne
Date: 14 Aug 2013

Companies covered in this report: • Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA)

CBA lifts half-year cash profit 2pc, dividend 1pc

Author: Nicholas Grove
Date: 15 Feb 2017

Cash earnings per share stood at $2.86, flat on the previous corresponding half, the bank said in a statement to the ASX

CBA lifts half-year cash earnings 4pc

Author: Nicholas Grove
Date: 10 Feb 2016

Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) on Wednesday announced a 4 per cent year-on-year rise in cash profit--a preferred measure of underlying performance among the big banks--to $4.8 billion for the first half of fiscal 2016

CBA lifts cash profit 3pc to $9.45bn

Author: Nicholas Grove
Date: 10 Aug 2016

Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX: CBA) on Wednesday announced a 3 per cent rise in cash profit, which strips out one-off items, to $9.45 billion for fiscal 2016, broadly in line with Morningstar and consensus forecasts

CBA continues to impress

Author: Christine St Anne/Nicholas Grove
Date: 12 Feb 2014

Companies covered in this report: • Commonwealth Bank of Australia

Cautious investors miss emerging market opportunities

Author: Rachael Micallef
Date: 09 May 2013

Investors who remain cautious on emerging markets are missing long-term growth opportunities, according to Capital Group

Caution still warranted

Author: Lesley Beath
Date: 12 May 2014


Cashing in on rising rates of Chinese tourism

Author: Glenn Freeman
Date: 27 Apr 2016

While China's industrial expansion has continued to slow, growth in outbound tourism among Chinese nationals represents a considerable long-term opportunity for Australian investors

Cash flow: A critical measure

Author: Karl Siegling
Date: 17 Sep 2014

In our seven preceding articles for Morningstar, we have discussed the psychology of the market, as well as a number of fundamental measures commonly used by the investment industry

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