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Franklin Templeton wins big as fund manager award winners revealed

The 35th iteration of the awards saw Franklin Templeton Australia beat out fellow finalists BlackRock, Lazard, VanEck and Macquarie Asset Management to take out the Fund Manager of the Year award.

Staff Writer | 23rd Jun 2023 | More
Woolworths, Northern Star recognised for governance at 2023 ASA Awards

The Australian Shareholders’ Association recently held its second annual ASA Awards in recognition of best corporate governance, honouring Woolworths Group for its shareholder communications and Northern Star Resources for improved governance standards.

Staff Writer | 12th May 2023 | More
  • Dividends down in 2023, but energy, bank shares still paying big

    Although more Australian companies are paying dividends in 2023, many have reduced payouts, with the year-to-date total slightly behind 2022’s figures, according to CommSec research. The big miners are leading the cuts, while energy producers are lifting dividends to reflect record high gas prices.

    Nicki Bourlioufas | 31st Mar 2023 | More
    As Wesfarmers, CBA deliver bumper earnings, pressures mount

    A higher net interest margin drove a 10 per cent increase in CBA’s net profit after tax, while Wesfarmers benefited from a strong performance by Kmart Group and the chemicals division. But with much of the upside for these companies already priced in, investors should be clear about valuations before buying in.

    Lachlan Buur-Jensen | 1st Mar 2023 | More
  • Why this fundie thinks Transurban is attractive

    Increased traffic volumes and higher earnings have provided valuation support for the infrastructure company, ClearBridge Investments’ Shane Hurst says, with the post-COVID-19 recovery positioning the business for solid growth.

    Lachlan Buur-Jensen | 24th Feb 2023 | More
    Reporting season puts CBA and BHP in the spotlight

    See what the brokers say about Australia’s largest bank and mining entity this reporting season.

    Ishan Dan | 10th Aug 2022 | More
    August reporting season has profit margins and managing expectations in focus

    An action-packed month of record dividends, soaring energy prices and rising inflation are all expected to be key trends this earnings season.

    Ishan Dan | 10th Aug 2022 | More
    Morningstar’s 15 Best ASX Share Ideas

    Of the 200 companies that Morningstar analysts research on the ASX, 15 companies have made it onto the firm’s Best Stock Ideas for August.

    Staff Writer | 5th Aug 2022 | More
    High-growth funds lead the tech wreck after inflation ticks higher

    The 2020-21 financial year was horrendous for growth funds, especially those exposed to high-growth tech stocks, which were widely seen as overvalued at the market peak in late 2021.

    Ishan Dan | 29th Jul 2022 | More
  • BofA fund manager survey suggests markets could bounce

    In Bank of America’s July global fund manager survey, several measures show money managers pointing toward further doom and gloom. So much so that the historically bearish sentiment hints at a potential rally to the upside should market conditions only marginally improve.

    Lachlan Buur-Jensen | 29th Jul 2022 | More
    Brokers mixed on whether value lies in resource companies

    Falling resource and commodities prices are worrying investors and resource companies have dropped sharply in price in July. Analysts are mixed on their outlook for resources companies, with some tipping energy companies to outperform while other experts favour diversified resources companies.

    Nicki Bourlioufas | 27th Jul 2022 | More
    Why China A-shares are standing out once again

    China is tipped to be the largest economy in the world, yet most client portfolios contain little to no exposure to China A-Shares. While the ease of access has often been cited as one of the reasons for the omission, there are a number of managed funds and ETFs that cover this growing asset class that can easily be implemented.

    Ishan Dan | 15th Jul 2022 | More
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