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Wall St: US shares snap eight-day losing streak

28 March 2017 | ABC

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose solidly after a survey on Tuesday revealed consumer confidence in the US economy rose in March.

NAB economist David de Garis wrote in analyst note that a number of other factors may have contributed to the gains in global markets overnight.


In defence of dividend imputation

03 June 2015 |

Fact Dividend imputation is being criticised in some quarters as a tax lurk for investors. It is a very simplistic picture.


Are the banks a buy?

02 June 2015 |

BankBrokers give differing views on the bank sector.


More questions over the bank sector

25 May 2015 |

BanksectorBanks have been the safe haven for SMSF investors. But they now dominate the ASX. Is it time to take a close look?


Problems with the yield play?

24 May 2015 |

yieldBuying Australian shares for their dividend yield has been a sound strategy for DIY super funds. But with earnings coming under pressure there may be some difficulties looming on the horizon.


Is the bank play in trouble?

04 May 2015 |

BankMost super investors who look at the stock market have invested heavily in Australian banks. The tax advantaged dividends have made it a good investment for a long time. But is the party partially over?


The myth of stock picks

01 April 2015 | David James

mythIs there really such a thing as a good stock tip? Or is it simply a matter of luck as to whether or not it works?


BHP and its dividends

30 March 2015 | Staff writer

BHPBHP Billiton is one of the world's resources giants and is a behemoth of the local bourse. Analysts believe it is fully priced, but it may also be attractive for its dividend, which is unusual for a mining company.


The flat lining Australian stock market

22 March 2015 | David James

FlatWhy is the Australian stock market going nowhere when world stock markets are rising? The answer is probably the concentration on dividend yield in the domestic market.


Mr Henry does something curious

19 March 2015 | David James

yieldThe former head of the Treasury, Dr Ken Henry, has made a curious investment observation. He has questioned investors focusing on yield.</p,


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