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T+1 settlement an ‘unstoppable force’ Australia needs to adopt, or risk falling behind

The frictionless movement of assets is becoming a common feature of markets around the developed world, yet Australia remains a step behind. The ASX is in no mood to rush the move to T+1, however, after its calamitous attempt to implement distributed ledger technology.

Tahn Sharpe | 16th May 2024 | More
2006 was an awful time to retire for investors, and here’s why

The Australian stock market has seen a stagnation in returns since 2006, leaving many questioning the wisdom of long-term equity positions. For retirees, it’s a particularly fraught issue, as their financial security depends on how these investments perform.

Jamie Nemtsas | 16th Nov 2023 | More
Share market feels the rates heat

Share market feels the rates heat The Australia share market retreated to a six-month low on Tuesday, as global markets felt the pressure from surging bond yields – despite, in Australia’s case, the Reserve Bank leaving the official cash rate on hold at 4.1 per cent, for a fifth straight month. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index…

James Dunn | 4th Oct 2023 | More
  • Materials, Energy, and Technology fall.

     The S&P/ASX 200 Index closed lower -0.6 percent on Wednesday, primarily driven by a sell-off in materials and energy stocks. The energy sector suffered the most on Wednesday, finishing lower at -1.8 percent, moderating from its recent gains. Woodside, a major oil and gas company, saw a -2.2 percent drop to $37, while Santos slid -1.9 percent to…

    Drew Meredith | 21st Sep 2023 | More
    Bubble warning: why Nvidia might be ‘too big to succeed’

    Despite strong fundamentals for the chip king, Research Affiliates says investors are overplaying Nvidia as the ‘safe’ hand in the AI game.

    David Chaplin | 11th Sep 2023 | More
    Iron ore hits market (ASX:XJO), AMA tumbles on raising, Platinum remains under pressure

      Both benchmarks weakened into the close, as both the S&P/ASX200 (ASX:XJO) and All Ordinaries (ASX:XAO) fell 0.2 per cent on Friday. The weakness was driven by the materials sector, which fell 1 per cent, driven lower by BHP (ASX:BHP) and Fortescue (ASX:FMG), down 1.2 and 2.4 per cent. The highlight was the utilities sector…

    Drew Meredith | 11th Sep 2023 | More
  • Market (ASX:XAO) sinks despite GDP data beat, oil rallies on supply cuts

    The local share market weakened again on Wednesday, with the All Ordinaries down 0.7 and the S&P/ASX 200 (ASX:XJO) falling 0.8 per cert as seven sectors fell by more than 1 per cent. The rare highlight was the energy sector, which gained 1 per cent on the back of the oil price surging above US$90…

    Drew Meredith | 7th Sep 2023 | More
    Investors turning to private investment as companies shy away from listing

    At this point companies have so many avenues to raise capital that listing in only one of several options. As a result companies are staying private for longer, and direct investors are taking notice.

    Staff Writer | 27th Jul 2023 | More
  • Advisers, banks winning back consumer trust: ASX report

    The public appears to be rewarding efforts to reshape the financial advice and banking industries after the royal commission, with advisers and the banks both enjoying an increase in faith across the community.

    Tahn Sharpe | 22nd Jun 2023 | More
    If you’re buying a bull, buy a young bull

    Basing an investment strategy on the goldilocks investment markets of the last 35 years gives rise to considerable risk, writes Michael Block, and now might be the time to get out of growth assets.

    Michael Block | 6th Apr 2023 | More
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