The 2020-21 Australian Budget – spend, spend, spend as the focus remains on recovery and jobs, jobs, jobs
The 2020-21 budget is a long way from the 2019-20 “back in black and back on track” budget. Last year, it was all about delivering the long-awaited budget surplus. This year it’s all about spurring recovery.
Despite a 35% or so plunge in share markets earlier this year; on the back of the pandemic and rough patches in 2018, 2015 and 2011, well diversified Australian investors have seen pretty good returns over
Global share markets were mixed over the last week being buffeted by the rising number of new coronavirus cases and waxing and waning stimulus talk in the US. US and Chinese shares rose but Eurozone and
Nine keys to successful investing – and why they are more important than ever in the face of the coronavirus shock
As an investor its very easy to get thrown off by the ever present worry list surrounding investment markets that relates to economic activity, profits, interest rates, politics, etc. Or by the perennial predictions of
Share markets rose solidly over the past week on hopes for a stimulus deal in the US, whether before the election, or after, if there is a Democrat clean sweep. US shares gained 3.8% over the week, eurozone shares
Share markets were mixed over the past week, initially rising on the back of dip buying in the US, hope for a new US stimulus deal and mostly good economic data before being hit by news that President Trump
Australia’s “eye popping” budget deficit and public debt blow out – can it be paid off? Does it matter?
Much concern has been expressed about the longer-term consequences of the blowout in budget deficits and public debt in response to the economic hit from coronavirus. This is understandable given
Share markets mostly rose slightly over the last week after two weeks of falls helped by reasonable economic data, anticipation of Fed dovishness, positive vaccine news and M&A activity. However, some of the
The equity market correction that started last week, driven by falls in tech stocks, has continued, and has now broadened out to other sectors. US shares are down by 2.5% and the tech-heavy NASDAQ is down
US shares hit another record high mid-week only to be reversed by the end of the week because of a big fall in tech shares, which have been driving the rebound in US equities since the March lows. The US S&P is down
Market outlook Q&A – disconnect to real economy, growth v value, vaccines, property, gold, inflation and other issues
In recently presenting a market outlook webinar we received lots of questions about the outlook but were unable to answer them all given time limitations. Here we try and cover the main questions investors
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