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The 2021-22 Australian Budget – spending the growth windfall to further grow the economy towards full employment
May 12th 2021
Market Week in Review is a weekly market update on global investment news in a quick five-minute video format. It gives you easy access to some of our top investment strategists.
May 10th 2021
Over the last decade or so it seems geopolitical risk has become of greater significance for investors – particularly with the 2016 Brexit vote and Donald Trump’s election, and tensions with China from 2018. However, beyond lots of noise around President Trump and the US election, geopolitical risk took a back seat for most of the last year in terms of relevance for global investment markets as coronavirus dominated.
May 5th 2021
On the latest edition of Market Week in Review, Chief Investment Strategist Erik Ristuben and Senior Research Analyst Brian Yadao discussed U.S. first-quarter GDP (gross domestic product) growth and key takeaways from the recent U.S. Federal Reserve (the Fed) meeting. They also provided an update on first-quarter earnings season results from Europe.
May 3rd 2021
Market Week in Review is a weekly market update on global investment news in a quick five-minute video format. It gives you easy access to some of our top investment strategists.
April 28th 2021
The Australian housing market is booming. Prices are rising sharply, auction clearance rates are very strong, sales are surging, and housing finance is around record highs.
April 21st 2021
Market Week in Review is a weekly market update on global investment news in a quick five-minute video format. It gives you easy access to some of our top investment strategists.
April 19th 2021
It makes sense that the cheaper you buy an asset the higher its prospective return will be. However, this is frequently forgotten with investors often tempted to project recent returns into the future regardless of valuations
April 15th 2021
While the economy is recovering faster than expected the conditions for a rate hike – actual inflation sustainably in the 2-3% target zone and wages growth well above 3% - are unlikely to be met for several years.
April 8th 2021