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  • 10 Oct 2014
    Nikko Asset Management Adds Senior Management Roles in Global Investment Team
    Nikko Asset Management investment professionals are taking on expanded roles to bolster the global management capability of the company’s investment team. Roger Bridges, based in Sydney, has been named Global Rates and Currencies Strategist; Andre Severino, (London) has been named Head of Fixed Income for the U.S. and Europe, and John Vail, currently Chief Global Strategist, will be leading the company’s global investment committee process and thought leadership effort.
  • 9 Oct 2014
    From the Australian Equities Desk Monthly Outlook
    The Australian S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index fell 5.38% in September, which was the weakest monthly performance since May 2012. Most major share markets weakened over the month. The Australian share market underperformed its global peers, weighed down by weak performance in the two largest sectors, Banks (which represent 30% of the Index) and Materials (16%).
  • 9 Oct 2014
    From the Fixed Income Desk Monthly Outlook
    The Australian dollar depreciated significantly over the month, starting at USD 0.934 and ending at USD 0.874. On the penultimate day of September, the Australian dollar touched as low as USD 0.869, representing almost a 7% drop from the start of the month.
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Latest news
  • 10 Oct 2014
    Nikko Asset Management Adds Senior Management Roles in Global Investment Team
    Nikko Asset Management investment professionals are taking on expanded roles to bolster the global management capability of the company’s investment team. Roger Bridges, based in Sydney, has been named Global Rates and Currencies Strategist; Andre Severino, (London) has been named Head of Fixed Income for the U.S. and Europe, and John Vail, currently Chief Global Strategist, will be leading the company’s global investment committee process and thought leadership effort.
  • 9 Oct 2014
    From the Australian Equities Desk Monthly Outlook
    The Australian S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index fell 5.38% in September, which was the weakest monthly performance since May 2012. Most major share markets weakened over the month. The Australian share market underperformed its global peers, weighed down by weak performance in the two largest sectors, Banks (which represent 30% of the Index) and Materials (16%).
  • 9 Oct 2014
    From the Fixed Income Desk Monthly Outlook
    The Australian dollar depreciated significantly over the month, starting at USD 0.934 and ending at USD 0.874. On the penultimate day of September, the Australian dollar touched as low as USD 0.869, representing almost a 7% drop from the start of the month.
Read more news
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