DAVID CHAPLIN: Half-time results: growth and value look to settle scores

DAVID CHAPLIN: Half-time results: growth and value look to settle scores
David Chaplin
Year-to-date, it’s been a half of two quarters.The latest investment survey from consultancy firm Melville Jessup Weaver (MJW) – a key point of reference for the New Zealand funds management industry – shows just how skew-whiff markets have been over the first six months of the anti-palindromic 2020.Share indices for the NZ, Australian and global (fully hedged) share markets were down 14.5, 23.8 and 20 percent, respectively, over the three months to the end of March.The same metrics in the June quarter MJW report go positive:...

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