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Investment Strategies For A Global Revival

Apr 23 2021

As several economies regain pre-covid levels of activity and the world transitions to stimulus from support, this time may be different due to a more enlightened attitude towards fiscal and monetary policy

Why All This Fuss Over Bond Yields?

Mar 31 2021

This article is a 101 lesson in what a government bond is, and why suddenly stock markets have been running away in fear of them

Rudi’s Comprehensive February 2021 Review

Mar 26 2021

A compilation of stories relating to the February 2021 corporate reporting season in Australia, including FNArena’s final balance for the season

Australian Banks: Strong Tailwinds

Mar 19 2021

Rising bond yields, rising margins, ongoing growth-to-value rotation and the prospect of higher dividends have brokers remaining bullish on the banks. But a resurgent housing market may yet prove an impediment

February 2021 Result Season: The Wrap

Mar 05 2021

The February result season saw the average beat-to-miss ratio of forecasts absolutely smashed. Does that make it the best season ever?

2021 Investment Outlook Part II

Dec 22 2020

If the virus has achieved one thing, it is to prompt governments across the globe to pour stimulus into new technologies and renewability that will drive strong demand for Australian resources

2021 Investment Outlook Part I

Dec 17 2020

Despite strong stock market gains form the March low, consensus is that Australia, and the world, will see further gains on robust 2021 earnings growth

Life After Covid, Part V

Nov 20 2020

FNArena’s Life After Covid series wraps with a look at industry trends, geopolitical challenges and problems the Australian economy alone will have to face

Life After Covid Part IV

Nov 16 2020

Eight months down the track we have a second wave, a vaccine hopeful, changing attitudes in society and massive fiscal support, which may lead to the “zombification” of economies

Australian Retail: Whereto From Here?

Oct 13 2020

It’s been more than seven months since the initial nation-wide lockdown dramatically changed consumer behaviour. As restrictions ease, will everything go back to “normal”, or has the future of retail been altered forever?