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Stuart Fechner, head of research relationships at Bennelong Funds Management, answers two common questions about reporting season.
Why should you pay attention to reporting season? Because even if you don’t invest directly in shares, your superannuation does. And it’s a chance to take the economy’s temperature.
Behind the themes expressed in the recently completed reporting season, one stood out: the incredible influence the bond market is having on share prices.
Reporting season is an important time to see what shape companies are in and how they have performed in recent months, and dividends seem secure despite pressure on earnings.
There are two periods in the year when decision-makers receive information from a different source to guide them to what is really happening at the coalface, and one is reporting season.