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Harbour Navigator - 4 January 2017
Australasian Equities Monthly Commentary - January 2017
Fixed Interest Monthly Commentary - January 2017
Harbour On The Road - May 2016
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m.nzherald.co.nz - 6 January 2017
1. What is 2017 looking like for your business? The financial services sector in New Zealand continues to benefit from three key trends - the growth in KiwiSaver, global, robust economic growth and strong interest in New Zealand as an investment destination. As we move into 2017 it is possible that the extreme attraction of NZ as a very favourable investment destination for global investors fades a little. What we are really thinking is not so much a sharp turning point, just this influence coming off the boil a little...
nbr.co.nz - 1 January 2017
Shane Solly, a director at Harbour Asset Management, said investors that historically invested in lower risk bonds to generate income "were forced to move up the risk curve as fixed interest rates fell to levels that meant return targets could not be achieved." "In many cases they moved capital into higher income-yielding but relatively lower-risk defensive stocks," ...
nzherald.co.nz - 16 December 2016
Harbour Asset Management portfolio manager and analyst Shane Solly said the New Zealand market had been underperforming other sharemarkets for the last three months as investors switched out of yield stocks and into cyclical stocks. "At the margin, we may see less capital coming into New Zealand," he said. "It's not a washout, but New Zealand may continue to underperform in the aftermath of this (rate hike)."