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Active ETFs

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Active ETF Insights: The Japanese & European banks opportunity
In this video, Nader Naeimi, Head of Dynamic Markets at AMP Capital, analyses the performance of European and Japanese banks and the...
Trends in infrastructure investing
Infrastructure has been an important topic since US President Donald Trump made higher spending in this area an election promise. It’s...


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Super changes: How you altered your investments
When superannuation rules change, it’s difficult to know how investors will react, as everyone’s personal circumstances are different....
Three global investment themes to watch
Prospects for economic growth appear to be higher in global markets than Australia. For instance, domestic GDP is forecast to be just 0.8%...


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Australian housing: the latest data and where else investors can look for stable income
In the below two short videos, Dr Shane Oliver shares insight into what the latest Australian housing data suggests, and where else...
Is Australian housing in crisis?
The Australian housing story over the past three years has been characterised by phenomenal dwelling price growth, record housing debt and...


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What do commodities, infrastructure, and fine art have in common?
Self-managed super fund (SMSF) investors are increasingly seeking sources of return that are uncorrelated with the main asset classes of...
Figuring out fees: how to assess whether the fees you pay are worth the cost
Aside from keeping an eye on investment product fees, another way to manage SMSF costs is to take advantage of tax concessions available in...


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5 reasons why investors should consider infrastructure
Infrastructure offers a range of investment characteristics that can be particularly attractive in the low interest rate and volatile...
Budget breakdown 2017: infrastructure in focus
The recent federal budget outlined a $75 billion program of infrastructure spending over the next 10 years.

Fixed Income

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What do different types of bond yields mean?
Bonds seem like a simple investment. In their most common form, you lend your money to a company or a government, and in return they pay...
So bond rates are not ‘lower for longer’
For most of 2016, we have warned investors about the dangers of accepting historically low bond rates as the ‘new normal’.


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What’s next for SMSF regulation?
On 1 July this year the most significant changes to the superannuation system in more than a decade came into force, with more changes...
CGT provisions: need to know
Self-managed super fund (SMSF) investors have a one-off opportunity to re-set their asset values prior to the $1.6 million transfer balance...


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Global rates are rising. What should investors expect?
Volatility recently returned to the market as central banks beyond the US indicated an exit from ultra-easy monetary policy. Whilst the...
What 3 things should investors look out for in the new financial year?
As we enter the new financial year, Dr Shane Oliver, AMP Capital’s Chief Economist and Head of Investment Strategy, shares his top 3 things...

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