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Bonds are different, said PIMCO's Jamil Baz

'Bonds are different'

The onslaught of money flowing out of active funds and into passive investments has caused no end of headaches for the world's fund managers. PIMCO is preparing the defence.

The most significant price rises in the quarter were petrol (up 5.7 per cent) and electricity (up 2.5 per cent), items ...

'Pain spend' is hitting households where it hurts

Inflation is up, but it's not happy reading: Prices for essentials such as petrol and power show the biggest jumps as wages are barely lifting and debts are high. It doesn't bode well for consumer spending.

Marissa Mayer is set to walk away with an eye-popping personal gain if she leaves Yahoo after the sale.

Yahoo boss Marissa Mayer's $245 million parachute

A company statement ahead of Yahoo's vote on the sale of its internet business is an eye-popping reminder of the hefty stock compensation the executive has amassed during her five-year tenure.


Markets Live: ASX eyes 6000 points

Investors jump into shares buoyed by record highs and climbing confidence on Wall St, with banks leading the charge as ABS data shows inflation edging higher.

Speaking to the media after Ardent Leisure's AGM on 27th October 2016.

Deborah Thomas quits CEO role at Dreamworld owner Ardent

Deborah Thomas has announced she will stand down as chief executive of Dreamworld owner, Ardent Leisure, just two years after she took the job and six months after the tragedy which claimed the lives of four people at the Gold Coast theme park.

The Canadian dollar notched its weakest close this year, settling at US73.72¢, putting its year-to-date return against ...

Loonie chopped by US duties

The Canadian dollar slumped after the US said it would impose anti-subsidy duties on imported Canadian softwood lumber.

Investors are playing it safe.

8@eight: Strong start in store for ASX

It's a good time to hold equity and credit and it seems a dark cloud in the form of the French elections has swiftly departed from the investment landscape, providing fresh impetus to chase returns.

The top five US companies by market capitalisation, Apple, Alphabet, Microsoft, and Facebook, are Nasdaq ...

Nasdaq tops 6000 mark

The Nasdaq Composite crossed the 6000 mark for the first time, bolstered by gains in a handful of large-cap tech names.

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