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James Dunn

James Dunn

James Dunn has been a finance and business journalist since 1988, operating across the entire spectrum of these areas, from personal investment to high-end institutional finance. Within that spectrum James has developed a wide range of knowledge of the financial markets, investment asset classes, the global economic environment and most importantly, how these all coalesce.

Atchison on solving the retirement riddle

The issue of retirement income has arguably become far too politicised in recent years, with rational debate seemingly scarce. While the focus inevitably falls on the political football that is superannuation, the Age Pension doesn’t get the attention it deserves.

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Iron ore banks Fortescue’s hydrogen ambitions

So, Fortescue Metals Group (ASX: FMG) shareholders have learned that their company is to become a hydrogen and steel superpower. Andrew Forrest, the founder, non-executive chairman and largest shareholder of Fortescue, says Fortescue will lead the way in building a

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Future fund prepares for worst

One of the most eagerly awaited updates in the investment market is that of the $171 billion Future Fund, Australia’s sovereign wealth fund – and the December 2020 update was even more closely watched than normal. Because of its initial

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Australian Unity issues Australian-first MCI

With interest rates at all-time lows, and term deposits lucky to be paying 0.5%, investors have simply been forced to look for alternative income-generating investments. The share market has obliged, but not only in the form of normal equity dividends

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Thinking forward: Three ASX biotech stars

And still they keep coming – here’s the fourth instalment of our series on the fascinating ASX cohort of medical device developers. As always, don’t let the impressive sexiness of the technology persuade you on its own that these stocks

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Spatium’s secret small cap sauce

Four years ago, old high-school buddies Nicholas Quinn and Jesse Moors were taking in the sunshine at a café on Melbourne’s Southbank, when they decided to take their mutual interest in stock market investment to the next level. Quinn, a

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Will $5.20 Fill the Missing Link?

Shareholders of Link Administration Holdings (LNK), which provides services to the funds management and superannuation sectors and runs the share registry for many of the S&P/ASX 200 companies, have become the latest group to experience the tailwind that a takeover

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