October saw a resurgence of Covid-19 which saw countries scrambling to reinstate lockdowns.
September saw markets take a breath from their rapid ascent.
Following recent speculation on New Zealand’s COVID performance in comparison to other countries, we looked at the data in detail.
August was another great month for your KiwiSaver accounts with markets staging their strongest August since 1986.
The re-emergence of Covid-19 in New Zealand can lead to many scary thoughts. Back in March, we saw markets fall by c.
July was another mind-boggling month in the markets. Uncertainty continues to grow with COVID-19 gathering pace and reopenings delayed around the globe, yet markets continued their advance.
What goes down, must come up. I like to think of the recent market volatility in the form of stairs and elevators.
On the 14th of May, the Government announced the 2020 budget, which with $50billion of spending to help New Zealand recover from Covid-19, would be New Zealand’s largest-ever budget.
Looking at the markets today, compared to what we’re seeing on the news, may make everything feel like the upside-down world.
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