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2 12, 2016

International News (Issue 428) – 2 December 2016

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  International News (Issue 428) - 2 December 2016   So there were lots of things across the world to note this week. On the data-front, both US and Chinese manufacturing improved again in November. As per the chart in the ‘Australian news’ section, global growth momentum continues to gain pace and is now at a 3-year [...]

28 10, 2016

International News (Issue 423) – 28 October 2016

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  International News (Issue 423) - 28 October 2016   In the international space, US manufacturing PMI figures were published earlier this week with October figures coming in at 53.2, exceeding expectations. US factory activity growth is now at a 12 month high and further points to an accelerated pace of new business growth and activity. [...]

6 05, 2016

International News (Issue 397) – 29 April 2016

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International News (Issue 397) – 29 April 2016   There was interestingly quite a lot from offshore markets this week.   The US Federal Reserve sat and though left interest rates on hold as expected, arguably took a slightly more hawkish tone by remarking they were less concerned by global economic risks than at the [...]

6 05, 2016

Real world examples of local market narrowness as against international exposure

By | May 6th, 2016|Business Owners, Investment Advice, Professional Executives, Retirees|0 Comments

Real world examples of local market narrowness as against international exposure   Jonathan Bayes, Chief Investment Officer, talks about the importance of international assets in an investment portfolio.   The 4 major banks are 28% of the Australian sharemarket, with CBA #1 at 9.5%. When you add in Telstra, the supermarket companies, miners and CSL, [...]

22 04, 2016

International News (Issue 396) – 22 April 2016

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International News – 22 April 2016   Forgive me but there was little of real importance to highlight from last week internationally.   OPEC’s inability to strike a united front on production caps was no surprise, and oil in fact rallied during the week gone.   US corporate reporting season has commenced and has yielded [...]