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Market Wrap - December 2016

Published 8 December 2016 Download Icon
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Market Highlights - December 2016

  • Global growth indicators continued to firm as inflation expectations rose
  • Share markets, particularly US small caps, staged a late recovery in the month following Donald Trump’s US Presidential victory
  • Investors continued to sell bonds with yields rising in anticipation of higher growth and inflation



Market Wrap - November 2016

Published 16 November 2016 Download Market Wrap - November 2016

Market Highlights - November 2016

  • Bond yields rise on higher inflation risks
  • Share markets moved lower as bond proxies such as REITs and utilities were dumped
  • The markets are pricing around 70% probability for a US rate hike in December

 



Keeping in Touch - November 2016

Published 10 November 2016 Download Keeping in Touch – November 2016

Planning for the year ahead

As the end of 2016 approaches, now is an excellent time to start thinking about your finances, and how you can get yourself set for the year ahead. 


Market Wrap - October 2016

Published 12 October 2016 Download Market Wrap - October 2016

Market Highlights - October 2016

  • Central banks continued to support investor sentiment
  • Share markets moved higher as bond yields remained low
  • The US Federal Reserve (Fed) kept rates unchanged in September

 

 



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