Date: 29 January 2015
Paul Moore answers some tough questions on investing including; how to disseminate value now information has become a commodity, what the globalization of markets has meant for consumers and companies, what the cost of chasing franking credits has been for Australians, what his greatest learning has been and more.
Date: 27 January 2015
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) confirmed the trend when it downgraded its growth forecast for the global economy from 3.8% for 2015 in October to a lower 3.5% last week. Despite the gloomy outlook, Australian investors have reasons to feel optimistic. With the domestic housing boom reaching its peak, construction is set to see "a record year," Bank of America Merrill Lynch chief economist Saul Eslake told Financial Standard.
Date: 30 September 2014
During the quarter I attended a conference hosted by Deutsche Bank, travelling to Hong Kong, Tokyo, New York, Washington DC, Frankfurt and London where we were given access to senior figures within major central banks and Government treasury departments, the IMF, as well as the major rating agencies, political and strategic think-tanks, the corporate sector and market analysts.