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Harbour Navigator - 5 December 2016
Australasian Equities Monthly Commentary - December 2016
Fixed Interest Monthly Commentary - December 2016
Harbour On The Road - May 2016
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Investment Horizons - November 2016
nzherald.co.nz - 7 December 2016
Shane Solly, a portfolio manager of Harbour Asset Management in Auckland, has reacted to a report from The Australian which said ASX-listed The Star Entertainment Group is looking at SkyCity Entertainment Group as a possible merger target.
nzherald.co.nz - 5 December 2016
The New Zealand stock market, which is down by more than half a percent, had taken its lead from offshore markets with investors wary about the Italian referendum outcome, said Harbour Asset Management's Shane Solly said. "Offshore investors have been locking in profits in NZ stocks over the last few months. At the margin this change may see a bit more profit taking, but [Bill] English is well known by offshore investors," Solly said. "So unless accompanied by policy change, of which there is no sign currently, equity markets should stabilise."
stuff.co.nz - 4 December 2016
Andrew Bascand from Harbour Asset Management says it is time banks have to play by the same rules as fund managers and be required to put out simple, easy-to-read documents. "More transparency is better than less. Plain English is better than not plain English," he says.