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Clime Asset Management

Before delving into some of the specifics, we believe it is worthwhile recapping where NGI has come from, to better appreciate some of the successes now becoming increasingly observable. It’s been quite a journey for the US-based Navigator Global Investments (NGI). Formerly known as HFA Holdings (HFA), NGI is the... Show More

Clime Asset Management

It’s often said that Australians are a nation of travellers. One could stretch to almost any corner of the globe and stumble across an Aussie. Given the increasingly global context of business and economics, we would suggest that the intrepid nature present in individual Australian travellers is increasingly prevalent in... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Market continues to chase sustainable yield in a market with growth risks. SHIELD continues to outperform the market despite a rising bond yield outlook by picking premium quality sustainable yield ideas at reasonable value. Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market fell from the start and stayed down as commodities slide started to weigh on markets. Yen trade continues to hammer the Japanese markets…but the global investor flow out of Japan to Aussie banks are beginning to slow down. It is the last day of trading before we go... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market jumped higher at the open on better commodities before weak AUDUSD weighed on the banks to pull it negative…but the US futures turning positive in the afternoon dragged our banks and the market back to positive territory. Miners and Energy were the best performers while Telcos and Staples... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Market continues to chase sustainable yield in a market with growth risks. SHIELD continues to outperform the market despite a rising bond yield outlook by picking premium quality sustainable yield ideas at reasonable value. Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market had another solid day in line with US market after continued strong consumer and housing data. IT, Industrials and Energy were the best performers while Gold was the only negative sector. Banks continue to do the heavy lifting as more doubts were raised about the regulatory risks while... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Global markets are moving from deflation and low rates to an inflation and rate rising environment. Recovering economies will deliver growth while struggling economies will see capital outflows. The changing global dynamics will continue to push investors towards a better equilibrium between growth and yield. We see this transition driving... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Global markets continue their positive momentum into 2017 on-the-back of the recovery in the US and stability in China, however stretched valuations around the markets are expected to weigh on sentiment over the next few weeks. An improving outlook for interest rates and strong commodity prices has driven a better... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Global markets are beginning to digest the stretched valuations, high yields and strong currency ahead of the US Fed meeting. The aggregate policy outlook from the new administration is expected to push up inflation and debt in the process of raising growth. The inflation rally since October has been running... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Global markets continue their positive momentum on-the-back of the strength of the recovery in the US and China, however stretched valuations are starting to weigh. The improving inflation outlook and US Fed rate hike expectations have driven the bond yields higher. An improving outlook for interest rates and strong commodity... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Global markets are digesting the US election results while the US Fed rate hike in December hangs in the balance. The aggregate policy outlook from the new administration is expected to push up inflation and debt in the process of raising growth. Rising inflation will attract higher interest rates and... Show More

Avatar fallback

Only one of three resolutions put to shareholders passed at this morning's AGM for McAleese. Another issue evident today is when does a company incur a strike. I've previously discussed this issue in this note from 2014 https://subscriber.theexecutiveremunerationreporter.com.au/archives/7872 When you read today's note, scroll down to the other AGMs and... Show More

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