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The stock market has just undergone a major transformation
After the bell Friday, around $2.8 trillion in equities reshuffled into the newly created communications services sector. Those changes leave the tech sector looking a little different to investors. "What's going to be left of the technology sector is going to be largely driven by the hardware and the software and services space," explained Lindsey…
Malcolm Turnbull’s one ticking bomb for Scott Morrison: religious freedom issue
Like all new prime ministers – and we are in a position in Australia to make lots of comparisons – Scott Morrison has been rifling about for some of those "cut through" phrases that will help both define him to voters and define the task the government faces to its members. It's a bit like…
Premiership: Newcastle Falcons 17-24 Exeter Chiefs
Sam Simmonds powered over for his, and Exeter's, second try and is now the Premiership's joint top try scorer this season with five Gallagher Premiership Newcastle (10) 17 Tries: Kibirige, Williams Cons: Flood 2 Pens: Flood Exeter (14) 24 Tries: S Simmonds 2, Kvesic Cons: J Simmonds 2, Steenson Pens: J Simmonds Number eight Sam…
The ceasefire agreed by Russia and Turkey proves how far Putin has come out on top in Syria
A ceasefire seldom gets a good press. If it succeeds in ending violence or defusing a crisis, the media swiftly becomes bored and loses interest. But if the fighting goes on, then those who have called the ceasefire are condemned as heartless hypocrites who either never intended to bring the killing to an end or…
Investors keep pouring money into bonds, and are paying a big price for it
Over the past year, flows in mutual funds and exchange-traded funds combined have told a disparate story — $293.2 billion has gone into bonds, while just $4.5 billion has found its way into U.S. equities. The S&P 500 has gained 17.4 percent during the 12-month period, and government bond funds tracked by Morningstar have collectively…