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Business insights across the market

NAOS Asset Management

CEO’s and business leaders' comments can provide valuable insights and provide a greater understanding of the current investment environment and key trends that may be emerging. Below are 22 quotes from the week which in our view detail some of the most important and prominent industry trends and economic factors... Show More

Sunset Strip > Trading Day Wrap From Blue Ocean 20170814

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market had a relief rally as the “War of Tweets” between US and North Korea started to settle down. The weaker than expected US inflation outlook pushed down USD and pushed up AUDUSD. China data showed that we may be closer to the top in the recent commodity run... Show More

Sunset Strip | Aussie Afternoon Institutional Market Wrap

Mathan Somasundaram

Market moved up again on global positive sentiment ahead of the US Fed update to be only 40 points off the 2016 high…but on accumulation (i.e. dividends included) basis we are at all-time highs (i.e. created a new high today). The positive performers today were led by Discretionary retail and... Show More

3 sectors that have disappointed investors

Livewire Exclusive

Following reporting season, a number of previously well-loved sectors have fallen out of favour with the market. Outdoor advertising, aged care operators, and telecommunications companies have all seen falls of around 30%. Despite the well-established difficulties of operating in the aged care sector, investors got “over-excited” about this area and... Show More

Two hot thematics we’re avoiding

Livewire Exclusive

Chris Stott, Chief Investment Officer at Wilson Asset Management, thinks the Australian market is fairly priced at its current PE of around 15-16 times - slightly above the long-term average. With rate hikes due in the US opening the possibility of a short-term correction, plus the expectation of further rate... Show More

Traditional publishers face death by digitisation

Clime Asset Management

Where once our eyes were glued to incandescent TV screens, glossy magazine pages and crowded newspaper sheets, they now spend their gaze transfixed upon computers, mobiles and tablets. Where the eyes have gone, the advertising dollar has followed. Companies like Google and Facebook have built their empires on owning digital... Show More