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2021 Midyear Market Outlook Update
Considering quality, size, and credit exposures may help investors reposition portfolios as the growth tailwinds enjoyed in 2021 may not be the driving force in future returns.
September Flash Flows: Flows Remain Strong Amid the Market’s Fall
Spotting Trends: Sector Opportunities for Q4 2021
Constructing Portfolios for the Fourth Quarter and Beyond: Bonds (Part 2)
Constructing Portfolios for the Fourth Quarter and Beyond: Equities (Part 1)
Low rates have encouraged risk taking, but equity returns have been supported by earnings growth. Growth is expected to slow and rates are expected to rise but remain low – creating challenges for investors
August Flash Flows: The Show Goes On
How to Work with Clients to Integrate ESG Investing
Stellar Earnings Are Silencing Market Noise…But Will They Last?
July Flash Flows: Fragile or Sturdy? Bullish or Worried?
Gold: The Original Liquid Alternative
May Flash Flows: Cyclicals Keep Running to Records
ETFs took in $65 billion in May, their 7th consecutive month with more than $50 billion of flows — a record streak coinciding with $548 billion of flows in those months.
Weekly Economic Perspectives – Australia’s Non-Mining Capex Rebounds
US savings rate moderates as stimulus impact fades. Disappointing revisions to German and French Q1 GDP. Japan’s unemployment rate ticks higher. Strong prospects for Australia’s private capex.
Putting the Global Inflation Surge in Perspective
The Australian Labor Market Looks Set For A Bull Run
AUD up on strong data, higher commodity prices and weaker USD. Oil rebounds after last week’s plunge on hopes of recovery.