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22 July 2016
The latest SuperRatings report is in and contains great news for our members.
6 July 2016
With the 2016 financial year just behind us, this month’s update focuses on the investment performance over the past 12 months.
8 June 2016
May marked a third consecutive month of solid returns for Australian shares, delivering more than 3% for the month. The local market was boosted by the RBA’s move back into rate-cut mode, driving Australian bond yields down to all-time lows.
11 May 2016
After March's stellar returns, global share markets were more subdued in April, but still broadly positive overall. Australian shares were the month's standout, rising by more than 3% thanks to a mining sector bounce driven by increased commodity prices.
14 April 2016
After the carnage that characterised global share markets in the first two months of the year, March saw solid recovery as most major markets bounced back strongly.
15 March 2016
UniSuper's Head of Risk and Legal Services: Investments Luke Barrett on investing...
4 March 2016
January’s market woes continued in the early weeks of February as most markets reached fresh lows.
1 March 2016
The latest SuperRatings report is in and it contains good news for members.
15 February 2016
The first seven weeks of 2016 have been nothing short of horrible for investors. At the time of writing the Australian share market is down over 10% for the calendar year but isn’t alone, with shares down more than 9% in the US, 17% in Japan and more than 20% in China.
14 January 2016
After finishing broadly flat over 2015, global share markets have had quite a shock in the opening two weeks of 2016, with most major markets down around 6%.