3 April 2019
Investment Perspectives: Modern Monetary Theory, and why you're about to hear a lot more about it
If you’re paying attention to US politics, you may be aware of an emerging new[i] economic theory supported by many US Democrats, including Congress ‘freshman’ Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
7 March 2019
Outstanding SQM rating for Quay Global Investors
SQM has upgraded Quay Global Investors, a Bennelong boutique, to its highest rating category of "Outstanding" (4½ stars).
6 March 2019
Investment Perspectives: The great unwind of the Federal Reserve’s balance sheet, and whether it actually matt
Gyrations in equity markets over the past three months have been significant.
6 December 2018
Investment Perspectives: Will the US yield curve invert?
It’s been 10 years since the global financial crisis tore through markets in the months surrounding the collapse of Lehman Brothers in October 2008.
19 November 2018
What's ahead for Australian house prices?
On Your Money, Chris Bedingfield explains how an oversupply of dwellings and tighter credit conditions have made him bearish on Australian residential property – and just how far prices and inter
12 November 2018
Interest rates may be set to fall
Contrary to the general consensus outlook, interest rates are probably set to fall as Australia's household debt reaches an all-time high, according to principal and portfolio manager of Quay Global I
23 October 2018
New appointment for Quay as Global Real Estate Fund added to BT Wrap and BT Panorama
Quay Global Investors has appointed Gavin Truong to the newly created role of investment analyst, as the Quay Global Real Estate Fund is made available through the BT Panorama and BT Wrap platforms.
8 October 2018
Investment Perspectives: Don't judge a property by its building
Not long after my daughter turned five I took her to see her first movie, “Up”.
7 October 2018
Investment Perspectives: Australian interest rates - the next move is probably down
Our view is non-consensus, and we’re okay with that. For the most part, the economic consensus in Australia is that the next interest rate move will be up.