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|The All Ordinaries index finished 2020 with a gain of 0.7%. Nothing to write home to mother about, especially compared with the 16.3% and 16.0% surge in the S&P 500 and the Nikkei-225, respectively, over the same period. However, the local bourse's ...|
|... the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) didn't disappoint expectations, showing just how low it can go. The All Ordinaries index jumped by 1.9% following the RBA's Melbourne Cup Day board meeting on November 3, with big capitalisation stocks - Top ...|
|A small cap fund backed by two fresh-faced investors with no prior funds management experience has managed to outperform the benchmark consistently since its inception in July 2018. As of August 31, Spatium Capital's Small Companies Fund returned ...|
|... outperforming the S&P 500 (9.4%); the Nikkei-225 (-0.4%); the Stoxx-50 (-11.9%); the FTSE-100 (-20.4%); and the All ordinaries index (6.8%). China's debt market also offers better returns. Chinese 10-year bonds currently yields around 3.23%. This ...|
|New research from Rainmaker Information has found that high performance Australian equity funds significantly underperformed their benchmark over the three years to June 2020. The median high performance fund underperformed its benchmark by 300 basis ...|
|Australian Unity, Lakehouse and Plato were among the Australian equity wholesale managed funds that managed to outperform the index in the latest Rainmaker Information analysis to June end. Australian Unity Platypus Australian Equities came out on top ...|
|... 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 six months ...|
|... 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 ...|
|... 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 ...|
A former New South Wales Treasury Corp executive has joined the prudential regulator as head of investment risk.
MLC Life has been handed a new group insurance mandate from a retail superannuation provider.
Pinnacle Investment Management has made a $3 million cornerstone investment in OpenInvest.
The Federal Reserve is restricting the investing activities of policymakers and senior staff, including banning them from holding or trading individual stocks and bonds.
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