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Many readers have asked why institutional super funds will not be affected by the proposed Labor policy denying franking credit refunds. The tax calculation is explained in the context of direct investment options.
The property market is far from homogeneous, and investors should consider different impacts on residential, office and retail sectors. Is Myer a bellwether for retail changes?
A quick name-by-name summary from the latest round of A-REIT (listed property) results with most trusts doing well as management teams deliver on their strategies.
There’s a lot more to identifying great small companies than the financials, and it pays to lift the lid on the underlying characteristics of the best businesses, including the people who run them.
There has been a massive increase in apartment commencement, with 137,000 now under construction. There is doubt whether all buyers will proceed to settlement if prices fall due to oversupply.
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Growing demand for infrastructure assets from the private market supports values while highlighting the discount in listed markets.
UBS looks at the investment choices available to super funds, especially with a pension focus. Compared to pension systems worldwide, we have a lot to be grateful for in our own superannuation system.