The Bull

Saturday 25

March, 2017 1:08 AM

Expert Panel

  • IG Research - The long and the short of it

    The initial reaction to the Federal Reserve?s (Fed) statement was largely an expression that a number of funds were expecting a more hawkish tilt and we can clearly see from positioning that some market positions had become quite stretched.

  • Consumers wary of real estate

    The Westpac/Melbourne Institute survey of consumer sentiment rose by 0.1 per cent in February to 99.7. The confidence index is up 0.6 per cent on a year ago.

  • CommSec Daily Report Wednesday

    The ASX 200 added to yesterday?s losses in opening trade on Wednesday, falling by as much as 28 points before finding the lower bound of the morning?s range.

  • IG Research - The long and the short of it

    It was the night before the Federal Reserve hiked interest rates and all is not well in French politics.

  • Aussies move overseas

    A record 452,740 people left for overseas permanently or for extended period in the past year. Permanent departures are growing at a 12-13 per cent annual rate.

  • CommSec Daily Report Tuesday

    Australian shares have kicked off Tuesday on a cautious note ahead of a number of key events this week.

  • One-size-fits-all approach to retirement income not working

    UniSuper, the $54 billion superannuation fund for Australia?s higher education and research sector.

  • IG Research - The long and the short of it

    There have been some interesting developments in markets overnight, but on the whole equities and corporate credit have seen limited moves.

  • Dividends start to flow

    Last week, dividends started flowing from those companies that reported early in the recent earnings (profit-reporting) season.

  • Petrol prices ease

    The national average wholesale (terminal gate) unleaded petrol price stands at 114.7 cents a litre, down by 1.0 cent a litre over the week. The wholesale price has fallen 4.6 cents a litre from recent highs


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