The energy market is in chaos and LNG spot prices are soaring. What do analysts say about how this will affect Australian LNG players?
One analyst says that the Australian market is overvalued on economic fundamentals. That is one way of assessing shares.
The World Health Organisation has released an astonishing list of adverse reactions to the so-called 'vaccines.' It points to massively expanded health sectors.
There have been huge moves in commodity prices, especially energy and iron ore. What does that mean for Australia's big resources companies?
The recovery from the coronavirus shock is not expected to be like previous more cyclical changes in the markets.
The big financial institutions may be looking at bitcoin to protect themselves against inflation.
Diversifying into smaller companies can be a sound strategy, but the risk-reward equation tends to be different.
Australian property prices are rampant as usual. Too few investment options is the reason.
Australian corporations are enthusiastically blackmailing employees to get the jab or lose their job. A statement from the Fair Work Commission suggests that this could turn out to be a costly mistak..
In the end, when interest rates are near zero, they can only go in one direction. Some analysts are expecting bond yields to rise and negatively affect the share market.
The divergence between ESG dreams about a low carbon world and the world economy's massive dependence on fossil fuels is getting wider.
Australia's big telco gets a qualified thumbs up from analysts.