This week, I joined ABC’s The Business to discuss the anticipated challenges and strategies for Corporate Australia during the upcoming reporting season. Focusing on the banking sector, I particularly highlight Commonwealth Bank, underscoring the escalated competition’s effect on net interest margins, especially in the context of an uptick in distressed sales.
Private credit is increasingly capturing the attention of investors seeking regular income and capital stability, without the volatility or capital growth commonly associated with public equity or property markets. The Aura Core Income Fund, managed by our expert partner, Aura Credit Holdings, offers retail investors an opportunity to access private credit.
The price of uranium has jumped from U. S. $20/lb. in January 2018 to U. S. $40/lb in January 2022 to U. S. $90/lb in January 2024. Boss Energy (ASX: BOE), with its strategic market position and two significant projects, is poised to capitalise on this upward trajectory.
As we delve into the February reporting season, investor focus shifts to company profits and identifies sectors and companies anticipating earnings growth. This period can be marked by volatility in share prices, contingent upon whether companies exceed or fall short of expectations.