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  • Your asset allocation guide – July 2014

    Your asset allocation guide – July 2014
    Even though equity prices are high compared to historical levels, we believe equity valuations are not excessive, so equities are still attractive compared to other asset classes. We provide insights on our favoured asset classes and how best to position your portfolio.
  • Monthly Financial Markets Update – July 2014

    Monthly Financial Markets Update – July 2014
    The US equity market posted fresh highs in June, but price support remains good globally and locally, says James Wright, Chief Investment Officer, JBWere. Read more for currency and property news from the NAB FX Strategy team and Nick Ryder, NAB Private Wealth Investment Strategist.
  • Investment Strategy: Rebalance your global equities exposure July 2014

    Investment Strategy: Rebalance your global equities exposure July 2014
    It’s time to revisit your global equity exposure. Following a period of strong performance in international shares, it may be a good time to consider taking some profits and rebalancing your portfolio back to long term target weightings, says Duncan Niven, Analyst JBWere.
  • Pause Not Hold

    Pause Not Hold
    It was a relatively steady session overnight, with little newsflow moving volatility back towards its lows. Equities were mixed, but for the main higher and every day seems to bring a new high to the S&P at some point in the day. Last night was no different.
  • Managing the rising cost of an ageing population

    Managing the rising cost of an ageing population
    In 40 years, about a quarter of Australia’s population will be over 65. Michael Bassingthwaighte, CEO of Peoplecare, explains how a closer relationship between private health funds and GPs could improve patient wellbeing and manage increasing costs.
  • China Economic Comment – July 2014

    China Economic Comment – July 2014
    The growth in China’s economy over the past thirty years has been extremely impressive, overtaking Japan in 2009 to become the world’s second largest economy. However when measured on a per capita basis, China’s economy still remains comparatively small – within the ‘middle income’ band.
  • Quarterly Agribusiness Survey – June 2014

    Quarterly Agribusiness Survey – June 2014
    The latest National Australia Bank (NAB) post-farmgate Agribusiness Survey reports that the sector remains overwhelmingly optimistic about business conditions over the next 12 months, despite the index falling in the June quarter.
  • Australian Markets Weekly

    Australian Markets Weekly
    The quarterly inflation print is the most important statistic for financial markets in Australia. Several reasons why. First and most importantly the RBA is an inflation targeting central bank and this is their quarterly scorecard.
  • China Economic Update – 17 July 2014

    China Economic Update – 17 July 2014
    In late June, China’s politburo agreed to fiscal and taxation reforms that were outlined at last year’s Third Plenum, setting a deadline for implementation at the end of 2016. These reforms should provide greater transparency and predictability of local government revenues.
  • NAB Quarterly Australian Wellbeing Index – Q2 2014

    NAB Quarterly Australian Wellbeing Index – Q2 2014
    Australian wellbeing falls to its lowest level since the survey began. Anxiety is still the biggest detractor of overall wellbeing. A “wellbeing gap” has emerged between the highest and lowest income earners.
  • Quarterly Business Survey – June 2014

    Quarterly Business Survey – June 2014
    Business confidence eased a touch, but remains at relatively resilient levels post-budget. Business conditions improved marginally as underperforming industries improve. Forward indicators point to further modest improvement over coming months.
  • Three generations of farmers, one community spirit

    Three generations of farmers, one community spirit
    Many things have changed since Malcolm Knight’s grandfather ran Golden Wattle farm, but the family’s commitment to the community is stronger than ever. Knight discusses the changes, the challenges, and a welcome trend for more young people to return to the family farm.
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