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Q&A

Q: I understand there are changes to credit reporting rules coming. I worry about the amount of information that goes on credit files these days. Will the changes help consumers? A: Changes to Australia’s credit reporting system that take effect…

BlackRock is the canary in the coal mine

The announcement by BlackRock, the world’s largest fund manager, that it will dump more than half a billion dollars in thermal coal shares from all of its actively managed portfolios, might not seem like big news. Announcements of this kind…

Kavanagh

This week’s Inside Investor lead story is an expanded version of a report we ran in November on the Responsible Investment Association of Australasia’s rating of ethical and sustainable superannuation funds. With so many people responding to our catastrophic fire…

The best of 2019

We are marking the start of 2020 with a special first edition of The Inside Investor, featuring the top stories of 2019 from our previous masthead, The Rub. We covered a lot of regulatory changes and fintech news over the…

Housing market to maintain momentum in 2020

Lower interest rates and the loosening of mortgage serviceability tests will see Australian residential property prices continue to rise throughout 2020, according to new research. The latest forecast from Macquarie Wealth Management is for national dwelling prices to rise a…

The Rub has transformed to The Inside Investor

When you see our publication in your inbox or social media feed in the New Year it will have a new name. This is our last issue of The Rub for 2019. We are taking a few weeks off and…

Trading resumes in XTBs after brief suspension

Investors in XTBs, a series of listed fixed income securities, got a surprise last Wednesday when trading in all of the XTBs on the Australian Securities Exchange was suspended. Australian Corporate Bond Co, which manages the XTBs, has been caught…