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Charter Hall kicks off $115m raise
ALLY SELBY  |  MONDAY, 4 MAY 2020
Australia's largest ASX-listed real estate investment trust has kicked off a $115 million equity raising to weather the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Charter Hall Social Infrastructure (ASX: CQE) will undertake a fully underwritten institutional ...
Adviser fears over ASIC relief
HARRISON WORLEY  |  THURSDAY, 30 APR 2020
While backed by major industry associations and advocacy bodies, those that actually provide financial advice fear new temporary relief measures offered by ASIC may push Australians towards conflicted advice. On April 14 ASIC announced a raft of measures ...
Best MySuper products revealed
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  THURSDAY, 30 APR 2020
Rainmaker's latest MySuper benchmarking report has seen industry funds on top for market share and performance as at December end. For MySuper products with a single investment strategy (as opposed to lifecycle products) AustralianSuper was on top. ...
Bitcoin bonanza amid COVID-19 crisis
ALLY SELBY  |  MONDAY, 27 APR 2020
The investment world's underdog has seen a surge in interest since it hit rock bottom in March, outperforming the US market indices by a mile. Bitcoin, which started the year rising from US$7500 to US$10,5O0, fell just as badly as every other asset ...
Chief economist update: Turns out Brexit was heaven
BENJAMIN ONG  |  FRIDAY, 24 APR 2020
Bad timing it may be but, it is what it is. The coronavirus pandemic struck just when the dark clouds of Brexit uncertainty lifted over the United Kingdom. For the best part of three years, Brexit was on every Brits mind - dampening business investment ...
Calls for super funds, government to collaborate on energy security
KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 23 APR 2020
The federal government on Wednesday took advantage of the low oil prices to establish Australia's first sovereign energy reserve, and superannuation funds can help, according to an expert. Energy minister Angus Taylor said the government will buy ...
Dealer group AFSL in limbo
ALLY SELBY  |  THURSDAY, 23 APR 2020
The suspension of MyPlanner Professional Services' AFSL is on ice as the Administrative Appeals Tribunal reviews ASIC's decision. It comes after the corporate watchdog suspended the advisory firm's AFS licence on February 12 on the grounds ...
HUB24 net inflows up 72%
ALLY SELBY  |  WEDNESDAY, 22 APR 2020
Despite global markets crashing in March, HUB24 continued to experience strong net inflows in the quarter of $1.4 billion, with gross inflows of $1.8 billion. The specialist platform said these inflows had been driven by support from its large national ...
Chief economist update: Stimulus measures ease extreme fear
BENJAMIN ONG  |  WEDNESDAY, 22 APR 2020
Tanking oil prices are the latest go-to excuse for the renewed downturn on Wall Street. But more than this, it's added to the challenges facing America's economy and its corporate sector. The US labour market has already deteriorated markedly ...
Ethical fund manager wears $520m hit
HARRISON WORLEY  |  TUESDAY, 21 APR 2020
The market impact of COVID-19 hit Australian Ethical to the tune of half a billion dollars in the first quarter, but strong inflows have helped limit the damage. The ethical wealth manager closed the first quarter on March 31 with $3.59 billion in funds ...
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