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  • 17 Mar 2015
    'Tightening' to be seen in the US economy - Live interview by Sky Business News. Will Low, Head of Global Equity discusses the US economy. Low says the question at the moment is if higher interest rates in the US will impact assets or cause greater divergence of where capital will be deployed. Low discusses the difference between an active investor and a passive investor.
  • 6 Mar 2015
    From the Australian Equities Desk Monthly OutlookThe Australian S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index rose 6.89% over the month – its strongest monthly return since October 2011. Materials and Energy were the strongest performing sectors; while the defensive Telecommunications Services, Consumer Staples and Listed Property Trusts sectors lagged the market.
  • 6 Mar 2015
    From the Fixed Income Desk Recently, we have seen major collapses in many commodity prices, especially iron ore and coal, which are very important for the Australian economy. Manufacturing saw a third month of contraction in February, while capex spending fell 2.2% in the December quarter with a significant drop in forward spending estimates.
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Latest news
  • 17 Mar 2015
    'Tightening' to be seen in the US economy - Live interview by Sky Business News. Will Low, Head of Global Equity discusses the US economy. Low says the question at the moment is if higher interest rates in the US will impact assets or cause greater divergence of where capital will be deployed. Low discusses the difference between an active investor and a passive investor.
  • 6 Mar 2015
    From the Australian Equities Desk Monthly OutlookThe Australian S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index rose 6.89% over the month – its strongest monthly return since October 2011. Materials and Energy were the strongest performing sectors; while the defensive Telecommunications Services, Consumer Staples and Listed Property Trusts sectors lagged the market.
  • 6 Mar 2015
    From the Fixed Income Desk Recently, we have seen major collapses in many commodity prices, especially iron ore and coal, which are very important for the Australian economy. Manufacturing saw a third month of contraction in February, while capex spending fell 2.2% in the December quarter with a significant drop in forward spending estimates.
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