14 December 2021
Markets are in a constant flux and investors should be mindful how potential market composition changes will affect their portfolios. The S&P/ASX 200 is about to experience a paradigm shift, the proposed amalgamation of BHP’s Australian and UK listed entities.
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21 October 2021
As the Australian economy emerges from the 2021 lockdowns, we expect a similar experience to the emergence from the 2020 lockdowns. Growth is likely to come from companies that are nimble and can pivot to the new normal. There are also tailwinds supporting equal weight investing.Australian Equity
18 January 2021
by Jamie Hannah, Deputy Head of Investments & Capital Markets
Fear drove share prices down in 2020 but also severely hampered dividends being paid as companies looked to hold on to excess cash in case of serious fallouts from the pandemic. 2021 looks set to be a better year for dividend yields.Australian Equity
04 December 2020
by Russel Chesler, Director, Investments & Portfolio Strategy
The announcement of a successful COVID-19 vaccine by Pfizer in early November has reset the direction of Australian equity markets in many different ways. At the start of the pandemic, equity markets became a volatile seesaw. In a way, the announcement of the vaccine has had a more profound effect.
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