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January 24, 2021
Business Analysis & Commentary
Canberra’s helping hands
US presidents love to play a round
The China bubble that never pops
International student exploitation rife
Not taxing times for all
2020 was not what it was supposed to be so will 2021 usher in..
Flight to risk
Despite worrying signs that COVID-19 infections are on the rise in developing economies the..
Economic activity tracking lower
An improvement in Victoria's COVID-19 numbers has been offset by higher concerns in New..
Markets retreat as concerns mount
Global share markets started the past week off strongly with US shares breaking out..
Markets ride the ‘second wave’
Share markets and COVID-19 infections continue to move upwards 4 July 2020 | Shane..
Deep V recovery
Some good data suggests a recovery from the dramatic COVID-19 economic lows but there..
Market rollercoaster takes a dip
Most major share markets fell sharply over the last week on concerns about a..
Shares defy a wall of worry
Despite all the bad news there is some logic behind the 39% rally on..
Are markets out of touch with reality?
Do global tensions, trade risks, bad data and the “new normal” of a COVID-19..
JobKeeper’s $60 billion ‘bonus’
The miscalculation of how many Australian workers will take up the JobKeeper scheme –..
Essentially still bad news for the markets
While shares rose strongly early in the past week, they then fell sharply on..
Curve flattening but world still seeking shelter
Australia has seen positive signs emerging over COVID-19 infection rates but the prospect of..
No telling where markets will end but controlling the virus is the beginning
After 30% plus falls from their highs earlier this year, share markets had a..
Australia heading for negative economic growth this quarter
In the short-term it looks as though the combination of the impact of bushfires..
2019 The Investment Year in Review
Despite global uncertainty investors did far better in 2019 than they did in the..