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11 April 2019
Whether you’ve been invested in bonds or shares, 2019 is off to a flying start.
27 February 2019
Penny Heard has recently been appointed as Portfolio Manager within the Global Strategies and Quantitative team, further strengthening our in-house investment management capability.
10 January 2019
A poor year for global share markets saw our Cash and Australian Bond investment options outperform most growth options for the first time in six years.
11 December 2018
The investment options we primarily invest in global shares will be recording far more subdued returns this calendar year. But what’s behind the variance in their short-term performance?
12 November 2018
What actually happened that made October such a bad month for global share markets?
9 October 2018
This month, we set aside the market’s current gyrations to look at a trend that seems set to continue for some time—the increasing popularity of 'index management'.
30 August 2018
Despite trade wars and political upheaval, Australia’s share market is trading at a 10-year high. Find out why—and the latest developments on one of our largest investments—in this video with CIO John Pearce.
17 July 2018
Despite gloomy headlines, the Australian share market staged an impressive rally over the 2017-18 financial year.
22 June 2018
John Pearce discusses our place in the investment and economic cycle, and the implications. He also touches on ‘index investing’ and how UniSuper employs index strategies within an active framework.
4 May 2018
Why have some of our best-performing infrastructure assets over the long term, recently suffered some short-term dips?