This investment commentary contains the following articles:
- Quarter in review
- Capital Offence
- Adrian Orr is right to look at bank capital
- A narrative to take markets higher
This quarter we review a solid quarter for the funds in a particularly strong quarter for equity markets, especially the antipodean ones. We then provide some comment on the price volatility of one of our holdings in “Afterpay". Capital is a theme of our commentaries this quarter. We question Fletcher Building’s use of its Balance Sheet in “Capital Offence” and weight into the debate on the RBNZ’s proposal to increase bank capital in “Adrian Orr is right to look at bank capital”. Finally, we discuss the possible role of the new buzz phrase in economics, Modern Monetary Theory, in “A narrative to take markets higher”.
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