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3 Apr 2019 - Last night Treasurer Frydenberg handed down his first budget a month before the regular budget season. With the possibility of a May election, this budget is ...

Budget’s fate will be determined by the economy

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25 Mar 2019 - The date for Britain’s departure from the European Union is still very much TBC. Prime Minister May went to Brussels to ask for an extension beyond the 29 ...

Which fund managers are most exposed to Brexit?

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21 Mar 2019 - The Australian equity market reacted positively to the February reporting season, providing a relief rally after beating the market’s pessimistic ...

How reporting season shaped the market

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21 Feb 2019 - Last year marked the ten-year anniversary since the Global Financial Crisis (GFC), and while the global economy and our financial institutions have ...

The rise of right-wing populism and the impact on global markets

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18 Feb 2019 - Labor’s proposed changes to franking credits will result in a meaningful reduction in income for zero or low tax rate retirees invested in equity funds, ...

Franking credit overhaul will leave investors out of pocket

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12 Feb 2019 - Earlier this month, at his first public speech for 2019, RBA Governor Phil Lowe conceded the rate outlook is now “evenly balanced”, dropping the rate ...

RBA reassesses its outlook for the Australian economy

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7 Feb 2019 - The financial services industry was collectively holding its breath on Monday as Commissioner Hayne delivered the final report into misconduct and the 76 ...

Winds of change came well before the Royal Commission

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Royal Commission highlights with Lonsec and Ticky Fullerton

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Royal Commission highlights with Lonsec and Ticky Fullerton

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21 Jan 2019 - An all too common mistake in investing, is to simply back last year’s winner. On the face of it, it seems appropriate to follow what worked last time and all ...

Why following the winner might make you a loser

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12 Jan 2019 - Australia’s small cap shares have rarely failed to capture investors’ imaginations, not least for their ability to generate eye-watering returns when company ...

Is the Australian small cap miracle an illusion?

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