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AUGUST 2021: Finance Update

27 September 2021

Equity markets have continued their upward trajectory – both locally and offshore. Low interest rates and central bank liquidity support continue to underpin the markets. Inflation concerns continue; however, markets are largely disregarding any negative news.

Asset values in some sectors are looking stretched as the market rally is extended. Diversification is key and although bonds and cash do not look particularly attractive from a return perspective, they provide those all-important “air bags” for a portfolio and cushion the fall if equity markets slide.

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JULY 2021: Finance Update

19 August 2021

Things look positive, but the biggest risk is complacency  

The recent increased number of COVID-19 cases in Australia and in some parts of the globe, highlights how quickly things can change and why it is critical that portfolios are diversified and have some protection. 

Markets have continued to be buoyed by strong performance and despite continuing concerns regarding inflation, the markets had some relief as bond yields pulled back over the quarter. Key Central banks have taken the view that much of the rise in CPIs is due to supply/demand imbalances caused by Covid, and that these imbalances will diminish and alleviate some of the current inflationary pressures. While we expect inflation to rise over the next six months, we believe that it will subside. 

Policy settings also remains conducive to equity markets, with interest rates remaining low. In addition to supportive monetary policy, fiscal support also remains a continuing theme. Economic indicators such as employment figures, PMIs and consumer confidence all suggest that the economic recovery is well on track, with some indicators exceeding pre Covid levels. 

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JUNE 2021: Finance Update

21 July 2021

What a year that was!

The recovery after the initial COVID sell off in March and April 2020 has been quite remarkable. The 2021 Financial Year saw some amazing 1 year returns for growth assets in particular - as can be seen in the table below.


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Superannuation Changes from 1 July 2021

24 June 2021

Changes to superannuation will be taking effect on 1 July 2021.
We have outlined the key changes and information for you.

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MAY 2021: Finance Update

21 June 2021

The month that was – May 2021

The usual approach of many in the past has been “sell in May and go away” – referring to the sell off that is often seen in the run up to the end of the financial year in Australia. This year was quite different with global shares showing a 1.3% positive return and the Australian market up a very healthy 2.3% gain in May.

So what is driving the markets?

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