Income & Fixed Interest Australian Quarterly Update
In this Australian Quarterly Update we look at how the Australian economic landscape has been changing and why the RBA is becoming more optimistic on wage growth. We consider if the RBA is ever going to raise rates and look at why local credit markets have seemingly lost their Teflon coating as credit spreads widen. Finally, we emphasise the importance of ESG considerations in investing with a case study of how Coca Cola Amatil has lost its fizz.
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