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22 June, 2022

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Fisher Funds has an amazing team of experts who are often asked by journalists and media commentators for their opinions on all sorts of topics - from investment products like KiwiSaver and Managed Funds, to broader economic trends in New Zealand and around the world. These articles and comments appear in newspapers, radio programmes and other media channels.

Read and listen to what the team were talking about in the last month.

 

Read: Is the NZ housing market downturn anything to be worried about?

8 June 2022

Stuff

David McLeish - Head of Fixed Interest

David McLeish agrees there is an element of “payback” in what is happening in the housing market right now.

However, where the broader economy is concerned, he draws attention to the fact that debt levels in our economy are much higher than they have been when the RBNZ raised rates aggressively in the past.

Read here > 

  

Listen: FDA approval is the main obstacle for A2 Milk

2 June 2022

Newstalk ZB

Sam Dickie - Senior Portfolio Manager

A2 Milk is currently trying to join the race to patch up the infant formula shortage in the US. 

This comes after some challenging conditions for A2 in its main market of China with birth rates dropping and strict pandemic restrictions.  

So, what does all this mean for investors? 

Sam Dickie joined Heather du Plessis-Allan to discuss this. 

 

Listen: How close are we to a recession and what does that mean for investors?

16 June 2022

Newstalk ZB

Sam Dickie - Senior Portfolio Manager

With today's GDP figures this is more topical than ever.

How close are we to a recession and what does that mean for investors?

Sam Dickie joined Heather du Plessis-Allan to talk about investing in a tough economic climate.

 

Read: NZX's 'defensive' stocks protect against US bear market effects

14 June 2022

NBR

Ashley Gardyne - Chief Investment Officer

Ashley Gardyne told NBR that the more aggressive approach being signalled by the Fed means investors are starting to jump to what are perceived as safer equities and asset classes.

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