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|... targets and performed well for investors, recording an average gain of 16% compared to the 12% loss recorded on the All Ordinaries Index. HLB Mann Judd partner and author of the report Marcus Ohm said at first glance this look positive however in the ...|
|... the IMF expects GDP to fall by 4.5% this year, a 2.2 percentage point improvement from its April forecast. "The All Ordinaries index dropped by 36.8% from its February 2020 peak to its March 2020 low after Australia's shutdown," the report said. "Aggressive ...|
|... S&P/ASX 200 VIX (measuring future volatility) also rose, lifting 62% to 22.2 compared to June 2019 (13.7), while the All Ordinaries Index (measuring daily volatility) also lifted in the month, up 0.8%. Futures trading was down 31% during June, with average ...|
|It seemed so long ago and far away now but it was only a year ago that the All Ordinaries index broke above its all-time high recorded in 2007 before climbing to a new peak in February this year. The mood was good: The US and China have reached a trade ...|
|... relative economic outlook outperformance, the A$/US$ exchange rate rose by ONLY 0.5% to US$0.6657 on the day and the All Ordinaries index increased by ONLY 1.2%. Investors should not only be knocking but queuing at Australia's door. More so, after ...|
|... has rallied by 33.7%; the Euro Stoxx-50 index by 25.2%; the FTSE-100 by 21.2%; the Nikkei-225 by 24.7%; and, the All Ordinaries by 25.5% They all now fit the technical definition of a bull market -- a situation in which stock prices rise by 20%, usually ...|
|... significant movement in the market, volatility also increased. As measured by the average daily movement in the All Ordinaries Index, volatility hit 1.6% in April, compared to just 0.4% last April. Further, expected future volatility - as measured by ...|
|... - underperforming its peers: the S&P 500 (-12.0%); the FTSE-100 (-23.7%); the Nikkei-225 (-16.8%) and even the All Ordinaries index (-20.8%). For good reason. The rush to unlock could unleash a second wave of infections. Then again, even if this second ...|
|... as 80% and their unemployment rate predictions nearly halved from 16% to just around 8.5%. So much so that the All Ordinaries index surged by 6.6% on the day the government announced its latest cash splash - outperforming the S&P 500's 3.4% gain ...|
|Latest insights show the fortunes of the 2019 equities rally laggards have changed, having so far come out on top during the COVID-19 crisis. Asia and emerging market strategies have topped their diversified global equities counterparts amid the dramatic ...|
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Munro Partners is introducing a global equities strategy to Canadian retail investors, after raising $1.5 billion in Canada since January 2019.
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IFM Investors and Regal backed Spitfire has appointed administrators, as it looks to restructure the group after a shareholder reneged on promised funding.
Melbourne's Warakirri Asset Management has launched new retail funds from its freshly-minted partnership with Northcape Capital.
Synchron's general manager of legal, risk and compliance Michael Jones has resigned, with a new appointment to lead the dealer group's compliance.
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