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|... 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 six months ...|
|... 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 ...|
|... 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 daily ...|
|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 ...|
|... 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 Treasury ...|
|... 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 ...|
|... 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 on the ...|
|... adopt a more defensive stance in their asset allocation," he said. The research found investors believe the All Ordinaries Index will only rise by 1.9% over the coming year, following an 11% gain in 2019. With analysts warning a repeat 2019 is unlikely ...|
|... surprisingly, the Australian jumped by more than half a percent versus the greenback but surprisingly, the All Ordinaries index dropped by 0.7% (sure, lower interest rates helps drive market valuation but stronger employment growth drives sentiment ...|
Schroders has hired from RBC to appoint a head of private debt for Australia, as it builds out a private assets offering for local investors.
The administrator appointed to embattled investment group iProsperity, Cor Cordis, has released a damning creditors' report which includes accusations of Ponzi scheme style payments.
Reserve Bank of Australia governor Philip Lowe said the legislated increase to the superannuation guarantee will impact wage growth and the government will need to weigh up the impacts of that.
National Australia Bank has reported a 7% fall in cash earnings to $1.55 billion for the third quarter, as the bank confirms it is still "actively exploring" options for the sale of its wealth management business.
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