David Reynolds

The Panoptic View – September 2019

RBA Ready to Slash Interest Rates Further if Needed. On October 1st 2019, the RBA lowered the cash rate to a record low .75 per cent. Interest rates around the world are low and they are moving lower. There are many reasons for this, but the main reason is that the global appetite to save […]

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The Panoptic View – June 2019

The year that was…. The past financial year saw good returns for investors.  However, it was truly a financial year of two distinct halves. Prior to Christmas 2018, the markets faced a combination of worries including President Trump’s trade war with China, a slowdown in China, Fed rate hikes, an end to quantitative easing in […]

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The Panoptic View – March 2019

From the Panoptic Desk March Quarter 2019 Market Update & Outlook Share markets saw a strong rebound in the March quarter, with the US shares up 13.1%, global shares up 10.5% and Australian shares up 9.5%. For Australian shares, this made it the best 3 months since September quarter 2009. Of course, this was after […]

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