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Recently, senior Montgomery analyst Andrew Macken explained how dangerous it is for anyone to invest in any Chinese company listed on the ASX, or even an exchange in the US. Continue reading
Concentrate. Money has a price. The price of money is the interest rate. Lower the price and demand increases. It’s the same with credit. The price of credit is the interest rate. Credit is money. Lower the price of credit and more people borrow. But there is a problem for central banks who like to use the price of money and credit as a tool for manipulating or fine tuning the economy. That problem is the bluntness of the tool. Continue reading
Citi Research has observed that companies around the world are sacrificing investment and research expenditure to increase distributions to shareholders. Continue reading
Heathcare, telecommunications and financial services are three of only a handful of sectors enjoying tailwinds in the otherwise lacklustre Australian economy. TPG, the telephone and internet service provider we owe some thanks to for bidding for our iiNet shares, has just reported their results. Continue reading
The well-known Harvard economist, Michael Porter, has defined the overarching goal of healthcare – for all stakeholders – as the need to improve “value” for patients. In this sense value is defined as the health outcomes achieved that matter to patients relative to the cost of achieving those outcomes. Continue reading