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ASX closes 1% higher as energy continues rise

Rally continues despite dividend drag, Premier profit doubles The S&P/ASX200 (ASX: XJO) continued its strong recovery adding another 1% on Thursday after the Federal Reserve committed to continue bond purchases until at least the end of the year. The strength was broad-based

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Downgrades dominate post reporting season

T. Rowe Price ‘s head of Australian equities, Randal Jenneke, provided investors with his insights and market outlook as restrictions look to ease over the coming few weeks, reporting season drifts back into the rear-vision mirror and investors look to

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SMSFA partners with Deakin and Kaplan

Deakin University, the largest provider of postgraduate qualifications to the financial planning sector this week announced a partnership with the SMSF Association. Along with Kaplan Professional, Deakin will allow students in their Master of Financial Planning degrees to complete SMSF

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Janus Henderson launches sustainable equity ETF

Global asset manager Janus Henderson (ASX:JHG) this week announced the launch of its three-decades-old sustainable equity strategy. With about $569 billion in assets under management, the group is among the global leaders in fixed income and equity markets. The Janus

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Why you shouldn’t sweat China (much)

China’s ongoing regulatory crackdown has investors running scared. But China still wants to be a global player – and its most successful companies aren’t going anywhere. China’s recent regulatory efforts have sent a chill down the spine of even the

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China’s credit crunch

Many concepts in science illustrate the incapacity of the natural world to control everything. Once you introduce or determine an aspect, others fold-in or become uncontrollable. The adage that central banks can try to influence rates, inflation or currency, but

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ASX closes 0.3% higher on energy stocks and miners

Risk reduced, Evergrande default delayed, Zip’s expansion Amid growing concerns that the S&P/ASX200 (ASX: XJO) was set for a significant sell off, positive news from China saw the market rally throughout the session. The market ultimately finished 0.3% higher with materials and mining adding

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ASX closes 0.4% higher, AusNet soars on bidding war

Market fights back, APA bids for AusNet, iron ore stems the flow The S&P/ASX200 (ASX: XJO) looked to be moving into correction territory this morning, opening broadly lower and continuing the weak global trend. The market fell as much as 0.3% before finishing

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ASX drops 2.1% as iron ore rout continues

Correction continues, iron ore futures hit US$90, Ausnet takeover The S&P/ASX200 (ASX: XJO) suffered its worst day since February falling 2.1% on the back of ongoing weakness in the commodity sector. The market hit its lowest point in three months with just

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Managed accounts exceed $111 billion

The Institute of Managed Account Professionals (IMAP) has announced funds under management (FUM) in the Managed Accounts space has hit $111 billion on 30 June 2021. That’s a rise of $15.6 billion over the last six months, or 16.4 per

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China’s credit crunch

Many concepts in science illustrate the incapacity of the natural world to control everything. Once you introduce or

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