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Navigating geopolitics in an uncertain world

As quickly as the world came out of the pandemic, it was faced with yet another black swan event that caused markets to capitulate, and left supply chains in disarray. The fallout from the war in Ukraine is causing a food, commodity and fuel crisis which has given way to higher prices and a sharp…

Ishan Dan | 23rd Jun 2022 | More
Aggressive Fed increases risk of policy error: Clearbridge

With the US Federal Reserve’s faster tightening than many had expected, it has increased the risk of recession and policy error, making a hard landing more likely than a soft landing. Clearbridge Investment Portfolio Manager Jeffrey Schulze analyses this phenomenon and whether other developments have emerged. Schulze says, “CPI inflation at 8.6% against the Federal…

Ishan Dan | 23rd Jun 2022 | More
  • Fires, floods, pandemic, war – what comes next?

    Fires, floods, pandemic, war – what comes next? In a recent blog post, Joseph Koh, portfolio manager of the Schroder’s Australian Equities Long-Short strategy, compared the current market environment to the Four Horsemen of the apocalypse. Titled ‘The Dark Horse Cometh’, Koh highlighted the impact that fires, floods, a pandemic and war have had on…

    Drew Meredith | 23rd Jun 2022 | More
    Is this the beginning, rather than the end for the 40/60?

    2022 has been a torrid year for both bond and equity markets, but particularly those outside Australia. Following Friday’s weak close, the S&P500 is now down close to 19 per cent for the calendar year to date and the US government bond index is down around 13 per cent. As readers in the finance professional…

    Drew Meredith | 16th Jun 2022 | More
  • Investing beyond the pandemic

    “Recession? Who knows? We’re not bearish, especially with our value style of investing. It’s bit of war like scenario. After the war’s over, we get inflation and that’s what we’re in. It’s the transitory talk that is the problem. We think for various reasons, this inflation isn’t transitory,” says James Holt who spoke about investing…

    Ishan Dan | 16th Jun 2022 | More
    Headwinds and tailwinds – beneficiaries of new EM landscape

    Recent market events have shaken us all and, although the long-term investment outlook for emerging market equities remains positive, we thought it pertinent to revise our outlook in the shorter term. Against the backdrop of new developments and ongoing trends, we highlight some of the sectors we think will face headwinds and those which may…

    Alastair Reynolds | 16th Jun 2022 | More
    Why China is ahead in the cycle

    China is a little ahead of the US in the current re-pricing of global equities. That, coupled with western geopolitical concerns, has presented a new round of opportunities. According to Alison Shimada, the lead portfolio manager (PM) for Allspring Global’s Total Equity Emerging Markets team, based in San Francisco, the China region stocks do not…

    Greg Bright | 10th Jun 2022 | More
    Markets still ‘vulnerable’ to weaker earnings

    Head of Australian Equities at T. Rowe Price, Randal Jenneke, has released a note to clients that conveys a somewhat cautious tone towards the Australian equity market. His concern stems from a lack of recognition in the local equity market of the aggressive monetary tightening cycle expected to play-out. With interest rates on the rise,…

    Ishan Dan | 9th Jun 2022 | More
    EV, media and cyclical tech among Capital’s top tilts

    Investment director at Capital Group, Matt Reynolds, outlines four uncertainties that are influencing equities markets at the moment. The first is the supply-side-induced inflation; the second is the aggressive monetary tightening to combat it over time, the third is the longer-term effects of the China zero-Covid policy lockdowns; and finally, the eventual outcome of the…

    Ishan Dan | 9th Jun 2022 | More
  • “Green” trading evident in broker volumes

    AUSIEX, one of Australia’s leading wholesale brokerage firms, this week highlighted the growing popularity of ESG and sustainable investment trades. Having executed some $55 billion of transactions in the financial year to date, the group is in a unique position to understand how and who is “putting their money to work” in line with their…

    Drew Meredith | 2nd Jun 2022 | More
    “We are in a different world” where industry dynamics will drive returns

    “We spend the majority of our research time on understanding industries,” explained Catherine Allfrey, portfolio manager of Wavestone Capital, when presenting to leading financial advisers at The Inside Network’s Equities Symposium in Perth last month. Investors have been faced with extremely challenging conditions amid a reversal of the 30-year interest rate tailwind, she said, and…

    Drew Meredith | 2nd Jun 2022 | More
    Global X surfs ETF wave into Australia

    As with everywhere else on the globe where they’ve been introduced, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have grown like crazy in Australia. From the $48 million listing in August 2001 by State Street Global Advisors of three funds tracking the S&P/ASX 50 index, the S&P/ASX 200 index and the S&P/ASX 200 Listed Property Trust index, ETFs have…

    James Dunn | 2nd Jun 2022 | More
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