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10 February 2015 • By Taylee Lewis • 1 min read

Oil price headed for $30, says GMO

The oil price is likely to fall to around $30 to $50 per barrel in the short term, argues GMO investment market analyst Jeremy Grantham

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Slow start to 2015 for emerging markets

Emerging markets got off to a slow start in 2015, with Russia and Brazil the worst performers, according to HSBC. The HSBC Emerging Markets Index ...

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Australian equity ETF trading ‘flatlines’

Global equity exchange-traded funds (ETFs) experienced strong trading volumes in 2014 while trading in large Australian equity ETFs declined, says ...

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Future Fund reduces risk assets

The managers of the $109 billion Future Fund have been quietly accumulating cash since September 2014, citing "uncertainty around the economic ...

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Rate cut to spur Aussie equities growth

The recent rate cut by the RBA has reinforced Credit Suisse’s view that Australian equities will provide positive returns in 2015. Credit Suisse ...

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Private equity IPOs outperform: AVCAL

Initial public offerings backed by private equity have outperformed non-private equity floats since 2013, according to a new report commissioned ...

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Nikko AM still bullish on Japanese equities

Tokyo-based Nikko Asset Management is still holding the Japanese equity market in high favour in 2015 as it awaits the developments of Prime Minister ...

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No 'easy rides' for investors in 2015

It will be a "tricky year" for investors as market volatility and a tough equity market combine to create a challenging investment environment, ...

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ACSI calls for more women on boards

The Australian Council of Superannuation Investors (ACSI) has called on ASX 200 companies to increase their female board representation to 30 per cent ...

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Business confidence dips in December: NAB

Business confidence has eased back in the fourth quarter of 2014 caused by a “subdued near-term outlook” for the economy, research by NAB has found

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