The Aussie dollar has strengthened as the US dollar fell. Is Donald Trump to blame?
The Dow Jones index is a historical relic calculated in a nonsensical manner, and the 20,000 milestone doesn’t change anything for serious investors.
In the wake of the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States, what should Australian investors consider?
Big tax cuts and increased defence and infrastructure spending will provide an initial fiscal stimulus, but the the risk is that Donald Trump’s protectionist policies will set off a trade war.
Futures markets had a victory by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump priced in like another economic crisis but when markets opened this morning, like the win itself, expectations swung wildly to the positive.
NAB’s recent positive earnings surprise and steady dividend should reassure ASX investors that the major banks are not about to significantly cut their dividends any time soon. The market was only concerned about NAB’s dividend, with flat to slightly higher dividends forecast for the other big three. But now that the worst fear about NAB…
Australia’s big four banks have been heavily criticised for not passing on the full 0.25% rate cut set by the Reserve Bank. Why didn’t they?
Many people are worried about how the budget’s proposed super changes might affect their super savings. What could it mean for you?
Who will you be voting for in the 2016 federal election? Money’s cheat sheet details the key election promises of the two major parties.
AMP’s cheif economist Shane Oliver answers all your Brexit questions. How will a Brexit affect Australians? Plus your hot currency tips.