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|... ago. Industry funds hold just 8% of the ASX, the research house said. Rainmaker Information director of research Alex Dunnin believes this is likely still the case following the coronavirus crash. "Regarding how this may be impacting the situation at ...|
|... March, equating to an average return of -9% for the month. At the time, Rainmaker executive director of research Alex Dunnin said given the ASX fell by 21% in March and by 29% from February 20 to March end, the returns seen were remarkable. "MySuper ...|
|... early release of super due to financial hardship a week. Last week it received 65,000. Rainmaker head of research Alex Dunnin said the numbers from APRA super funds are lower than some of the more dire initial predictions. "The figures from APRA and ...|
|... chain effects of volatile or should we say low oil prices," Rainmaker executive director of research and compliance Alex Dunnin said.|
|... reported that the average term deposit rate on $50,000 at end March 2020 is 1% pa, down from 1.2% at end Feb 2020. Alex Dunnin, Rainmaker executive director of research, said this suggests the aggregate level SMSFs as a segment probably fell around 14% ...|
|... and then allocating infrastructure, alternative credit and property to 'defensives'." Rainmaker head of research Alex Dunnin agrees that terms like 'balanced' are so ambiguous that the issue of what a balanced option should look like becomes almost unresolvable. ...|
|... March end was -8.6% to -16.1%. The average return for the period was -12.1%. Rainmaker executive director of research Alex Dunnin said given the ASX fell by 21% in March and by 29% from February 20 to March end, the returns seen are remarkable. "MySuper ...|
|... implies a loss in the order of magnitude of $290 billion," Rainmaker executive director of research and compliance Alex Dunnin said. The country's largest superannuation fund AustralianSuper, for example, lost about 13.3% in the three-week period. The ...|
|... - that is half the cost foregone by the younger member," Rainmaker executive director of research and compliance Alex Dunnin said. "If a 30 year old takes the cash...[it] could eventually cost them $80,000. But if you need the cash, you need cash. It ...|
|... allowing due COVID-19 is about 25% higher than the $8000 average release," Rainmaker executive director of research Alex Dunnin said. "Some critics may not be happy about this provision but let's put it in context: in the last few weeks super funds ...|
The earlier than expected easing of restrictions in Australia that defrosted social and commercial activity has had its desired effect - rebounding business conditions and confidence, and the feared one - a second wave.
Around 300,000 Australians lodged their second application to access their super early at the start of the new financial year.
Spaceship chief executive Andrew Moore says its managed investments business has been the "single, strongest" source of growth for its $300 million superannuation fund.
Nine industry funds are working with Frontier Advisors to probe new longevity risk products for retiree members, which could include tweaking account-based pensions.
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