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Market Wrap September 2017: Hitting the brakes
Share markets in the US closed flat for August after a choppy month on the back of US political uncertainty, riots in Charlottesville and tensions in North Korea. The devastation of Hurricane Harvey also contributed to what has been the most volatile month in the S&P500 this year.
The Key Q3 2017
What’s new in superannuation? The Federal Government’s ten superannuation reforms came into effect on 1 July. Here’s what has changed.
Editorial August 2017: How to deal with market volatility
Keeping In Touch August 2017: How to deal with market volatility
Market Wrap August 2017: Bouncing higher
Global share markets rose strongly during July as political risks and fears of a hard landing in China subsided.
Editorial July 2017: First-home buyers get some help
Keeping In Touch July 2017: First-home buyers get some help
Market Wrap July 2017: Fed raises rates though markets pause
Global share markets paused in the month following rising volatility on the back of lower oil prices. The Fed raised interest rates by another 25bps following better economic conditions although the market remains somewhat sceptical of the Fed’s positive outlook for inflation given softer data in recent months.
The Key Q2 2017
SMSFs are on the rise: Could one be for you? More and more people are turning to self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs). We explore the popularity of SMSFs and look at their benefits and risks.