Week Ahead - Global Issues | Costa Up +12%, Myer in Halt

Week Ahead - Global Issues | Costa Up +12%, Myer in Halt

The market is likely to be volatile in the week ahead as uncertainty remains around a number of global issues, including the United Kingdom's Brexit deal.

Stocks Surge on Mid-Terms | Pushpay Update

Stocks Surge on Mid-Terms | Pushpay Update

Global markets rallied overnight with US stock indices surging +2% as investors piled into technology and healthcare sectors after midterm elections led to a divided Congress, as expected, but allowed markets to move past a large uncertainty.

October Wrap | ANZ - Our Banking Pick

October Wrap | ANZ - Our Banking Pick

October was the worst month for stocks in years, as investors dumped growth stocks in a broad move lower. Once again, there does not seem to be a single catalyst for the sell-off, but a number of concerns worrying investors

Wall Street Rebounds | Tesla, ASX Woes

Wall Street Rebounds | Tesla, ASX Woes

Global markets recovered overnight, as shares on Wall Street rebounded by about 2%, with Tech stocks leading the charge as Microsoft and Tesla reported strong earnings figures.

Wall Street Routed | A2 Milk Upgrade

Wall Street Routed | A2 Milk Upgrade

High growth Tech stocks such as Amazon and Netflix were hit the hardest, as rising Treasury yields and trade-related worries sapped investor risk appetite.

Yield Trade Unwind | Infratil Update

Yield Trade Unwind | Infratil Update

Global markets sold off on Friday, as the US unemployment rate fell to near a 49-year low of 3.7%, pointing to a further tightening in labour market conditions. The data saw another rise in US Treasury yields, with the 10-year at its highest levels since

September Wrap – NZX Beats ASX Again | EBOS

September Wrap – NZX Beats ASX Again | EBOS

The NZ market added to gains in September, with the NZX 50 market index adding +0.4% for the month and trading at all-time highs. In contrast, the Australian market retraced from 10-year highs, with the ASX 200 market index losing -1.77% in September. 

Chinese Stocks at 4-year Lows | Who Loses from a Trade War

Chinese Stocks at 4-year Lows | Who Loses from a Trade War

We believe China has the most to lose from an all-out trade war, and to date the Chinese market has been hit hard. Many markets are at all-time highs such as the US and NZ markets, with the Australian market at a decade high, while the Chinese market is

Gold Price Fades | Costa Group Jumps, Synlait

Gold Price Fades | Costa Group Jumps, Synlait

Base metal prices lifted across board yesterday on the back of more positive trade sentiment as China remained muted in its immediate response to the latest round of tariffs. That lifted sentiment for the local ASX miners, who led the Australian market. T

Asian Stocks Rebound | Myer Jumps +37%

Asian Stocks Rebound | Myer Jumps +37%

Stocks across Asia rebounded on reports US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin extended an olive branch to his counterparts in China, inviting them to ministerial level trade talks.