News of the Money World
August brought a whirlwind of market volatility, with investors oscillating between extremes of optimism and concern, fueled by the enduring theme of interest rate uncertainty.
When Sam was choosing his KiwiSaver provider, he wanted to go with a business that was locally owned and had an innovative mindset when it came to investing. That's why he chose kōura.
July was another strong month for investment markets, with the prevailing narrative increasingly favouring the prospect of a no/very soft landing. The question is, what’s next?
This month the markets are starting to show signs of turning around. The bulls are back in business with tech stocks rising from the ashes of the last year. The broader market turn is a positive sign, but there still may be some negativity to come.
We wanted to check in with kiwis to see how the current economic environment was impacting their finances, their emotions and their investing strategy.
The markets in May were all about Artificial Intelligence. A few months on following the hype of Chat GPT we are starting to understand what it can do for individual companies.
We didn't want our customers to have to choose between carbon and crypto, so we decided to offset 100% of the carbon emissions caused by our Carbon Neutral Crypto Fund.
Markets in 'wait and see' mode after turbulent start to the year
Inflation, rate cuts and fall out from an averted banking crisis all leading to lackluster markets as investors wait to see what is coming down the pipe.
Last month our Managing Director, Rupert joined Luke Kemys on his podcast Keep the Change.
They discussed how kōura are changing the face of KiwiSaver, and what the future might hold for this important asset.
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