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Shane Oliver

21 October 2020
Covid round-up!

Global share markets were mixed last week being buffeted, among other things, by the rising number of new coronavirus cases.

20 October 2020
What’s ahead for interest rates?

Interest rates won’t be going up for some time, and in fact could go down again.

19 October 2020
US election round-up

While the debate and Trump’s behaviour after his treatment for coronavirus may have worked against him, so too may be the resurgence of new coronavirus cases in the US.

12 October 2020
How are declining COVID-19 cases affecting markets and the economy?

What’s ahead this week for the Aussie share market and economy?

21 September 2020
Coronavirus confirmed cases and what’s on this week?

There’s better news on coronavirus, with new cases in Victoria pushing into the 30-50 range over 14 days, which is necessary for a move to Melbourne’s Step Two reopening from September 28.

3 September 2020
A plain English economic round up

Why did the economy contract by so much? What’s the outlook ahead like? Will interest rates be cut.

24 August 2020
Coronavirus update and its impact on global markets

With the downward trend in coronavirus cases continuing, there’s confidence that the economic recovery seen in developed countries since April can continue.

4 June 2020
AMP Capital webinar: Our key investment principles for global investing through COVID-19

Register now to hear Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy and Chief Economist, and Andy Gardner, Global Equities Investment Manager at AMP Capital, discuss the mid to long-term implications of COVID-19 on global markets and how their investment team is responding.

1 November 2019
Are you investing for income?

Here are 5 useful charts that will assist you in your hunt for yield.

15 March 2019
What's pushing the political pendulum to the left?

What's driving this push to the left and what does it means for investors?

18 February 2019
A decent year for shares

Some lessening in political threats (for now) along with a swing to more dovish/stimulatory economic policy globally are consistent with our view that this will be a decent year for share markets.

20 December 2018
Jobs, jobs, jobs

The Australian jobs market remains strong but it has slowed down a bit and the quality of jobs growth has deteriorated a bit in the last month.

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