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Navigating Greece and market volatility
Warren Buffett no less has publicly endorsed Australia's equity market as a growth opportunity with his investment in IAG a few weeks ago.
The forces driving Australian sharemarket volatility
Bloomberg's consensus 'bottom-up' estimates of forward earnings per share and price-to-earnings ratios for S&P/ASX 200 companies generates a potential target for the index of 5475 points. On that basis, the overall market isn't yet in bargain territory.
ECB to 'look through' market volatility
European Central Bank officials decided to look through the volatility in financial markets that occurred in the weeks before the bank's June 3 meeting, the minutes of that meeting showed Thursday, suggesting officials weren't concerned about rising ...
Why a Grexit won't hurt that much
The volatility in global markets yesterday was a natural response to the fear and uncertainty unleashed by Greece's all-but-certain failure to meet today's deadline for a €1.5bn loan repayment to the IMF.
Iron ore extends fall below $US60
The price of iron ore extended losses below $US60 a tonne, continuing a miserable run that has seen just one positive session in the past 14.
Japan looks like land of rising equity value
Notwithstanding the recent market volatility -- carnage in some cases -- the reaction to this latest Greek flare-up has been comparatively muted.
Has Flight Centre's business model been cracked?
Despite the extraordinary sharemarket success of Flight Centre, its earnings trajectory hasn't always been smooth, which isn't surprising given the volatility of the industry and its sensitivity to economic conditions. The earnings downgrade and the ...
Will Australia repeat Japan's lost decade?
But insufficient focus was given to whether the inflation target itself was appropriate. Rarely was it asked whether an economy, such as Australia or the United States, who relied so heavily on debt to finance growth, were pursuing a target that was ...
To lean or not to lean? The question for monetary policy
Misreading the reason for the increase in leverage can lead to costly policy mistakes. Third, targeted macroprudential policy appears to generate better results (see figure), largely because, unlike policy interest rates, it is unburdened with trying ...
Shanghai stocks plunge again, HK lifts
Chinese shares have tumbled again after another volatile day despite regulators relaxing trading rules, but Hong Kong edged up in line with global markets on confidence a deal will eventually be struck to keep Greece in the eurozone.