Four reasons why share markets can continue to hold up as COVID-19 deepens | AMP Capital

  Four reasons why share markets can continue to hold up as COVID-19 deepens The news around the pandemic in past weeks has not been promising. New COVID-19 cases have shown early signs of stabilising over recent days, but it’s too soon to call a downtrend in new cases. The world’s largest economy remains under siege from COVID-19 as the virus begins to take hold in the Midwest and the Great Plains of the US. …

After the Bell: daily market update, July 14 | AMP Capital

ECONOMICS & MARKETS After the Bell: daily market update, July 14 14 Jul, 2020 The ASX spent the day in the red today, and there’s plenty of jitters around as COVID-19 cases continue to spike in NSW and Victoria. Senior economist, Diana Mousina, joins us to explain. Important information While every care has been taken in the preparation of this video, AMP Capital Investors Limited (ABN 59 001 777 591, AFSL 232497) and AMP Capital …

After the Bell: daily market update, June 15 | AMP Capital

ECONOMICS & MARKETS After the Bell: daily market update, June 15 15 Jun, 2020 Rough start to the week for the ASX as markets continue to get the jitters. Our chief economist, Shane Oliver, talks about that, about how markets finished worldwide last week, and the risks of a second wave. Important information While every care has been taken in the preparation of this video, AMP Capital Investors Limited (ABN 59 001 777 591, AFSL …

After the Bell: daily market update, April 30 | AMP Capital

  ECONOMICS & MARKETS After the Bell: daily market update, April 30 30 Apr, 2020 Big day in markets following a strong lead in from the US overnight, but oil prices continue to go wild. Senior economist Diana Mousina explains the day that was in markets, and what’s fuelling the current dynamics in oil markets worldwide. Important information While every care has been taken in the preparation of this video, AMP Capital Investors Limited (ABN …

The Australian economy – five reasons growth will continue but unlikely to be enough to justify rate

The Australian economy – five reasons growth will continue but unlikely to be enough to justify rate Key points The Australian economy grew 2.4% through 2017, good but well below potential given high population growth. There is good reason to expect growth to continue and pick up a bit: the drag from falling mining investment is nearly over, non-mining investment is turning up, public investment is strong, trade should add to growth and profits are …