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Boom turns to bust – falling Australian home prices. How far and for how long and what’s the impact on the economy?

Australian capital city home prices have fallen for 12 months in a row and are down 4% from their peak. Most of the weakness relates to the previous boom time cities of Sydney and Melbourne but prices are continuing to fall in Perth and Darwin. Source: CoreLogic, AMP Capital This begs the questions: how far […]

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Outlook for the Australian economy

  https://vimeo.com/293475742 Investors might have noted some recent positives in the Australian economy. June quarter GDP growth of 3.4% was above potential and its fastest rate since 2012. We have also seen pretty good jobs numbers, with the unemployment rate trending down and sitting at a six-year low of 5.3%. And job ads, job vacancies […]

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Why invest in global listed infrastructure

Global listed infrastructure has become increasingly popular with investors who are looking to improve the resilience and diversification of their equity portfolio. This article examines investment case for infrastructure and also listed infrastructure specifically. Firstly, let’s take a step back and look at why more and more investors are looking at allocating to infrastructure in […]

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