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Unlocking value from treasury in carve-out acquisitions

Corporate carve-outs have become increasingly popular over the last few years, with a threefold increase in the number of transactions from 2016 to 2019. While COVID-19 has significantly slowed... » Read more

Equities lower, but AUD still garnering support.

Market Update: 27 October 2020 Risk off price action was prevalent overnight, as the US stock market suffered its biggest loss for a month on concerns that any economic stimulus... » Read more

Guess Who’s Back

Market Update: 20 October 2020 Themes for 2021, brought to you by Thomas Averill The US election:  Although movements in the polls and wrangling over the stimulus package are generating near... » Read more

Moving back to a volatile normal

Market Update: 6 October 2020 As the RBA announced no move and a light indication it will cut rates next meeting - on the same day as the Melbourne Cup... » Read more

Unchartered Territory

Market Update: 25 September 2020 Thanks to a few catalysts and some themes coming to the forefront this week, AUD broke its upward trend. It's fair to say Guy Debelle... » Read more

The witching hour

Market Update: 21 September 2020 As tech continues to consolidate despite no news/ok news and perhaps some back of mind concerns of 2nd waves in Europe, we find everything else... » Read more

The world is not enough

Market Update: 18 September 2020 As we go past 30m COVID cases globally and sadly not far from hitting 1m deaths, the Central Banks are ever looking at ways to... » Read more

Begin Again

Market Update: 14 September 2020 Although we haven't gotten anywhere with Brexit and the US election is a coin toss, the one glimmer of hope is the restart of the... » Read more

(It’s not) OK, Computer

Market Update: 11 September 2020 A continuation for tech to consolidate has pretty much left most share markets lower/close to flat for the week and whilst the majority of the... » Read more

Who’s in the driver’s seat?

Market Update: 7 September 2020 A very strong payrolls and even better drop in unemployment (8.4% vs mkt expecting 9.8%) out of the US. Even my old favourite - the... » Read more

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