ThreeSixty Research Market Update September 2014

Published: September 10, 2014

  The Pulse Heightened geopolitical tensions in Ukraine and the Middle East continue to dominate global equity markets. Economic growth in the US remains strong, with Q2 GDP revised upwards from 4.0% to 4.2%. European data remains weak, particularly impacted by the Ukrainian crisis.   A slowdown in Chinese economic growth in Q2 as a […]

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ThreeSixty Research Market Update August 2014

Published: August 15, 2014

The Pulse Ukrainian and Middle Eastern geopolitics, and an Argentinian default, dominate global equity markets Strong rebound in US economic growth with Q2 GDP at 4% Chinese economy continues to stabilise, with a further improvement in manufacturing data Modest improvement in Australian economic data suggests lower interest rates having a positive impact   Global economies […]

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ThreeSixty Research Market Update July 2014

Published: July 8, 2014

The Pulse Continued improvement in US economic growth following a revised down Q1 GDP of -2.9%. European economic data impacted by the Iraq civil war crisis. Chinese economy stabilising, with manufacturing data at a six month high. Australian economic data suggests interest rates will be on hold well into 2015. JUNE MARKET PERFORMANCE Global economies […]

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ThreeSixty Research Market Update June 2014

Published: June 11, 2014

The Pulse US GDP growth paused in the March quarter, but indicators point to a strong bounce back in the June quarter. NAB has changed its interest rate call and now expects that we’re at the bottom of the interest rate cycle. Partial economic indicators continue to highlight softening trends in China. MAY MARKET PERFORMANCE […]

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ThreeSixty Research Market Update May 2014

Published: May 15, 2014

The Pulse Global growth has returned to around its long-term trend. US showing positive signs of economic recovery from the weaker weather related first quarter. Eurozone business expansion is improving and nearing a 3 year peak. China responds to slower growth with a mini-stimulus as Q1 CY2014 GDP comes in at 7.4%. The Australian Federal […]

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ThreeSixty Research Market Update April 2014

Published: April 9, 2014

MARCH MARKET PERFORMANCE     The Pulse Growth is set to continue, despite weather impacting activity in the northern hemisphere. Europe continues to show tentative signs of recovery, albeit from a rather low base. China’s 7.5% growth target is unchanged, though reform remains the top priority. Australian labour market conditions weaken, as mining-led investment reverses. […]

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ThreeSixty Research Market Update March 2014

Published: March 17, 2014

FEBRUARY MARKET PERFORMANCE   The Pulse More synchronised global growth evident across manufacturing and services data. Signs the US economy is recovering from the impact of the severe weather conditions. China economy is rebalancing – Government targets a 7.5% growth rate in 2014. Positive signs emerge for the Australian non – mining segments of the […]

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ThreeSixty Research Market Update February 2014

Published: February 11, 2014

JANUARY MARKET PERFORMANCE     The Pulse U.S. annual average growth in 2014 is expected to be stronger than in 2013. The slowing trend for China’s economy is expected to continue into 2014. The International Monetary Fund revises its global growth forecasts for 2014. Australian inflation data higher than expected for Q4 2013. Global economies […]

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ThreeSixty Research Market Update January 2014

Published: January 15, 2014

DECEMBER MARKET PERFORMANCE     The Pulse US Federal Reserve commences the dialling down of QE3. Low Australian interest rates set to continue through 2014. Australian residential housing finishes 2013 on a strong note. Global economies The global economy finished 2013 on a rising tide of job creation and overall higher demand. In December there […]

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ThreeSixty Research Market Update – December 2013

Published: December 10, 2013

NOVEMBER MARKET PERFORMANCE     The Pulse Global economies continue to gain traction – expecting more synchronised global growth in 2014. RBA remains on an easing bias – lower Interest rate environment in Australia set to continue through 2014. Australian residential housing shows further upward momentum albeit at a more moderate rate. Sydney residential housing […]

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