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  • 5 July 2014
    From the Australian Equities Desk Monthly Outlook
    The Australian S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index fell 1.50% in June. The Australian share market underperformed many of its global peers during the month. Profit downgrades by a number of retailers (reflecting weak consumer sentiment and an unusually warm winter) and a stronger Australian dollar (AUD) weighed on the local market.
  • 5 July 2014
    From the Fixed Income Desk Monthly Outlook
    The Australian bond market (as measured by the UBS Composite Bond Index 0+YR) returned 0.81% in June. Over the month, 3-year government bond yields fell to 2.61% from 2.74%, while 10-year yields fell to 3.54% from 3.66%. Shortterm bank bills remained steady over the month; the 1-month bank bill swap rate (BBSW) was flat at 2.67%, the 3-month rate was flat at 2.71%, while the 6-month rose to 2.72% from 2.71%. The Australian dollar rose slightly over the month, starting at USD 0.930 and ending at USD 0.942.
  • 3 July 2014
    A golden age for Brazilian iron ore?
    With the football World Cup in full swing in Brazil, it is worth mentioning another large contributor to the Brazilian economy - iron ore. Following a recent research trip, James Eginton, Research Analyst believes Brazil remains crucial to the supply-demand balance in the seaborne iron ore market and will have significant ramifications for prices over the medium to long term.
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Latest news
  • 5 July 2014
    From the Australian Equities Desk Monthly Outlook
    The Australian S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index fell 1.50% in June. The Australian share market underperformed many of its global peers during the month. Profit downgrades by a number of retailers (reflecting weak consumer sentiment and an unusually warm winter) and a stronger Australian dollar (AUD) weighed on the local market.
  • 5 July 2014
    From the Fixed Income Desk Monthly Outlook
    The Australian bond market (as measured by the UBS Composite Bond Index 0+YR) returned 0.81% in June. Over the month, 3-year government bond yields fell to 2.61% from 2.74%, while 10-year yields fell to 3.54% from 3.66%. Shortterm bank bills remained steady over the month; the 1-month bank bill swap rate (BBSW) was flat at 2.67%, the 3-month rate was flat at 2.71%, while the 6-month rose to 2.72% from 2.71%. The Australian dollar rose slightly over the month, starting at USD 0.930 and ending at USD 0.942.
  • 3 July 2014
    A golden age for Brazilian iron ore?
    With the football World Cup in full swing in Brazil, it is worth mentioning another large contributor to the Brazilian economy - iron ore. Following a recent research trip, James Eginton, Research Analyst believes Brazil remains crucial to the supply-demand balance in the seaborne iron ore market and will have significant ramifications for prices over the medium to long term.
Read more news
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