On Thursday, New Zealand Finance Minister Grant Robertson delivered the 2021 Budget, a balance between fiscal responsibility and addressing several issues that New Zealand face in its post-pandemic recovery.
More than a year into the pandemic and the global economy is showing signs of a swift rebound thanks in part to vaccine progress – both the development and the rollout. Recreational restrictions have been lifted in some states in the US and strict lockdown measures in the UK are being eased.
As the world emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, one area that may not have garnered as much attention amid the pandemic, yet remains one of the most salient areas of investing, is responsible investing.
The multi-year bull market came to an abrupt halt in 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic brought global growth to a standstill sending share markets lower. Now, as the calendar turns, our ANZ Investments team looks at some key themes heading into 2021.
For many KiwiSaver members who have enjoyed strong returns over the last few years, the recent fluctuations in balances may be unsettling. At times like this it’s important to understand the ins and outs of your KiwiSaver account, and why not to buy into the common KiwiSaver myths.
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