Bradley Nuttall Nelson Winter Update

Bradley Nuttal Nelson News

This Issue The June quarter saw markets in the main continue their positive trends although at subdued rates. The uplifting result in France could not have been in greater contrast to the almost farcical outcome of the UK elections in early June. Theresa May Theresa May In any commentary on political events one of course, cannot forget about Donald Trump. …

Bradley Nuttall Nelson Autumn Update

Bradley Nuttal Nelson News

We are pleased to report that, once again, the markets delivered another strong start to the year. This being the eighth year in a row, since the Global Financial Crisis, where January to March quarters have performed favourably. Despite the heightened geopolitical uncertainty, markets appear to have been remarkably benign over this quarter. More than anything else, share markets love …

Bradley Nuttall Nelson Summer Update

BNL Nelson News

While market events do not often fit neatly into calendar demarcations, the December quarter rather neatly provided a set of results in stark contrast to what investors will have grown accustomed to over the previous quarters. A significant feature has been the losses faced by fixed income investors as bond yields were repriced higher in the US on Donald Trump …

Bradley Nuttall Nelson Spring Update

BNL Nelson News

The majority of equity markets experienced solid gains for the quarter. Bolstered by strong returns from small cap and value shares over this period. In country terms, New Zealand was again one of the top performing markets, while Australia also posted above average returns. Emerging markets led all market sectors, gaining 7.03% for unhedged New Zealand dollar investors. Signs of …

Bradley Nuttall Nelson Winter Update

BNL Nelson News

For 84 of the 91 days in the quarter, domestic international and emerging market equities, property and fixed interest markets were reporting positive gains. Then ….just before the end of June, UK citizens voted in a referendum for the nation to withdraw from the European Union. The result, which defied the expectations of many, led to market volatility as participants …