Market Review – August 2018

Financial markets gained in August as US shares recovered their losses and soared to new highs. The Australian dollar surged to nearly 74c by month-end as bearish sentiment drove the US dollar to multi-year lows. International shares also rose strongly

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Money Matters, Edition 3, 2020

How to protect yourself from COVID-19 scams. Superannuation changes a plus for older Australians. Where to invest in the share market? Life insurance: essential ongoing support in the face of coronavirus. Why your wealth is more than just your investments.

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Market Review – July 2020

Financial markets were mixed in July as a sell-off in the US dollar and promising earnings reports from US technology giants fueled investor enthusiasm, however new COVID-19 outbreaks across the world undermined faith in the economic recovery. The Australian dollar

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Market Review – June 2020

Financial markets were slightly more subdued in June than in April and May as the reopening of economies caused new outbreaks in the Americas, Middle East and India. Australian shares and the local currency rose, buoyed by authorities’ relative success

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Market and Economic Update – June 2020

Market and Economic Update – June 2020 Last week’s webinar proved popular with clients and we have already had requests to hold more.  Please click  below to view the recording (50 Min).  

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Why Cloud Technology was a great fit for JSA

When JSA was notified of the impending disconnection of ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) in September 2019, we were quick to act, exploring the benefits of adopting a cloud-based voice solution.  With a focus on providing meticulous client services, JSA required a voice solution that was able to provide a high quality and reliable connection

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Market Review – May 2020

Financial markets continued to rally in May, continuing on from the momentum seen in April. Share markets, both in Australia and internationally, rose and the Australian dollar appreciated as risk sentiment improved. Government bond yields largely moved sideways over the

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