23 April 19 - Week Ahead | PGW Jumps +10%, Tourism Holdings Tumbles

The US market was open overnight and stocks on Wall Street were little changed ​as investors awaited a barrage of major earnings reports this week, the busiest this earnings season.

18 April 19 - NZX to 10,000 | Netflix Disappoints

The NZX 50 market index is close to major milestone, with the index trading just below the 10,000​ level. Local investor senti​ment was buoyed by the ​NZ ​government's decision to ditch a proposed capital gains tax​ as well as weak inflation data

17 April 19 - RBA Rate Cut? Oil Supply Risks | Woodside Petroleum

Crude Oil prices are up around +40% year to date, primarily on the back of supply risks.

16 April 19 - Earnings Digest | Aristocrat Update

​In contrast to Friday's strong profit announcement by JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs and Citigroup both reported revenue below market consensus estimates overnight.

15 April 19 - Week Ahead - Earnings In Focus | Scales Corp

Global markets were higher on Friday as US stocks closed near record highs after the largest U​S​ bank, JPMorgan Chase, soothed worries that the first-quarter earnings season would dampen Wall Street’s recent rally.

12 April 19 - Podcast - PaySauce | Bank Of Queensland

Global markets ​were mixed overnight as​ investors ​a​wait​ US​ earnings season to kick into gear. 

11 April 19 - Fed Watch | Air NZ Update

Global markets generally continued to trend higher overnight as US Fed minutes showed the next move in rates could be up or down.

10 April 19 - Crown Jumps +20% | Tourism Holding’s Aussie Deal

Two of our tourism stock exposures were in the news yesterday – Crown Resorts and Tourism holdings, which we discuss below.

9 April 19 - NZX Property Concerns | ASX Up as BHP Leads Gains

Global markets were mixed overnight as investors on Wall Street await US corporate earnings season which kicks off this week.

8 April 19 - US Unemployment Stays at 49-year Low | Summerset Slides

Global markets were higher on Friday as US shares were boosted by better-than-expected job growth in March (with the unemployment rate holding near a 49-year low), which eased concerns of an economic slowdown