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|... around 85% of the move in the index so far this year can be explained by just five stocks: Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Alphabet and Microsoft. When paired with market breadth which he notes "has never been so narrow", Mitchell said this extreme market cap ...|
|... earnings ratios of more than 30, and some of those will be more severely impacted by the pandemic than a company like Alphabet, which is on around 25 times earnings." Despite this, Walker is still long on quality growth stocks, and believes there are ...|
|... representing approximately US$7.5 trillion of assets-under-management joined a collaboration to encourage Facebook, Alphabet (Google's parent company) and Twitter to strengthen controls over objectionable content. NZ Super said around one year on from ...|
|... stocks. Another 10 large US companies are available for Australians to gain exposure to, including Google parent company Alphabet, giant US telco AT&T, Nike and Costco. The latest release now brings Chi-X's range of US TraCRs to 30, as Australian ...|
|... Zealand investors and pension funds to call for action . The group of investors are calling for Facebook, Twitter and Alphabet (the company that owns Google and is responsible for YouTube) to take steps to make sure that there is never a repeat of the ...|
|... entity for the fund, incepted on 1 November 2018. The majority (67.7%) of the fund invests in US-listed companies such as Alphabet, Amazon and Marriott. It also invests in companies based in China, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan and the UK. Management fees ...|
|... disclose their equity holdings. In regards to holdings, the top international stocks held by NFP super funds are: Samsung, Alphabet, Facebook, Amazon, Tencent, Microsoft, Visa, Taiwan Semicon, Alibaba and Nestle. "International tech stocks making up ...|
|... Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Tesla and Berkshire Hathaway are the top five international stocks by trading value, while Alphabet Class A replaces Tesla in the top five when it comes to holdings. APRA's June 2018 statistics show MySuper continued to grow ...|
|... Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Tesla and Berkshire Hathaway are the top five international stocks by trading value, while Alphabet Class A replaces Tesla in the top five when it comes to holdings. "This trend to add international shares is strong among SMSFs ...|
|... Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Tesla and Berkshire Hathaway are the top five international stocks by trading value, while Alphabet Class A replaces Tesla in the top five when it comes to holdings. Use of international LICs and LITs is also on the rise for ...|
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Former Ausbil microcap managers Tony Waters and Chris Prunty have come out on top of Mercer's Australian Shares Investment Manager Performance ranking, after their QVG Capital Long Short fund returned 29.3% for the year.
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Global investment firm GMO has acquired a Japanese investment advisory firm and nabbed two senior executives from PGIM's quantitative investment manager QMA.
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.
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