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Australian Equities - Investment Update


Martin Conlon

Martin Conlon

Head of Australian Equities

The past year has been characterised by low and easing volatility, anaemic trading volumes, but on the whole, reasonable investment returns and an absence of crises. In a world which remains plagued by enduring and as yet unresolved financial problems in just about any jurisdiction that you’d care to name, markets have had a smoother than anticipated path. In our view there is little doubt that risk is rising but are we prepared for a sell down? Martin Conlon, Head of Australian Equities, discusses his perspective on the issues driving markets and where he sees the real opportunities.

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