Not a subscriber ?  Start your complimentary Premium trial now

Articles from: China's false dawn - Dan Rohr to Crown battles Echo in growth stakes - Christine St Anne

China's false dawn - Dan Rohr

Author: Dan Rohr
Date: 23 Sep 2014

There is much conjecture surrounding the health of the Chinese economy and the outlook for growth for the remainder of 2014 and 2015

China's FX policy in a tough balancing act - Anthony Chan

Author: Anthony Chan
Date: 29 Jan 2016

An ongoing liberalisation of China's currency and capital account is under threat as the renminbi falls, capital outflows intensify and foreign reserves dwindle

China's long march towards capitalism - Diana Cawfield

Author: Diana Cawfield
Date: 13 Apr 2015

Amid the slowdown in China, with GDP growth at its most sluggish pace in 24 years, reforms are unfolding that may boost the world's second-largest economy

China's slowing growth good for investors - Gary Greenberg

Author: Gary Greenberg
Date: 21 Oct 2014

Since the global financial crisis of 2008, the future of emerging-market growth has been in doubt

China's stock bubble bursts - Anthony Fensom

Author: Anthony Fensom
Date: 10 Jul 2015

China's stock-market bubble has popped, with the Shanghai bourse's 30 per cent fall since its peak on 12 June wiping out more than US$3.5 trillion in equity values

Chinese regulations present new obstacle for Aussie exporters - Glenn Freeman

Author: Glenn Freeman
Date: 14 Apr 2016

Australian investors are likely to see some negative effects from the Chinese government's new rules on cross-border e-commerce (CBEC) transactions, at least over the short term

Choosing a quality portfolio manager - Christine St Anne

Author: Christine St Anne
Date: 12 Aug 2014

It's no secret that Australia is a nation of do-it-yourselfers when it comes to everything from property renovations to share investing

Choosing quality Australian credit - Tracy Chin and Aaditya Thakur

Author: Tracy Chin and Aaditya Thakur
Date: 04 Sep 2014

There has been ample analysis of the macroeconomic consequences of the terms-of-trade (ToT) shock that Australia has undergone as the resources investment boom has tapered

CIMIC's 2016 profit, dividends beat forecast - Nicholas Grove

Author: Nicholas Grove
Date: 08 Feb 2017

CIMIC Group (ASX: CIM) on Wednesday announced a net profit for 2016 of $580.3 million, up 11.5 per cent on 2015, at the top end of company guidance, and ahead of Morningstar's forecast for a profit of $575.9 million

Climate change: investment risks and opportunities - Richard Turnill

Author: Richard Turnill
Date: 21 Sep 2016

A tide of new regulations to combat climate change is rising

Coca-Cola Amatil posts 7.8pc rise in 1H profit - Nicholas Grove

Author: Nicholas Grove
Date: 26 Aug 2016

Coca-Cola Amatil's (ASX: CCL) net profit for the six months ended 30 June 2016 rose 7.8 per cent on the same period in the prior year to $198.2 million, after a strong performance in the company's growth markets offset a decline in the Australian beverages business

Cochlear lifts profit, dividends - Nicholas Grove

Author: Nicholas Grove
Date: 09 Aug 2016

Sales revenue rose 23 per cent year over year to $1.158 billion, with growth delivered across all product categories and regions, the hearing implant maker said in a statement to the ASX

Cochlear misses mark, Domino's delivers - Christine St Anne/Nicholas Grove

Author: Christine St Anne/Nicholas Grove
Date: 11 Aug 2015

Companies covered in this report: • Cochlear (COH)

Cochlear profit meets guidance - Nicholas Grove

Author: Nicholas Grove
Date: 06 Aug 2013

Hearing aid maker Cochlear (COH) on Tuesday announced a profit of $132.6 million for the 2013 fiscal year, in line with guidance provided by the company back in June

Cochlear records healthy profit, dividend growth in 1H17 - Glenn Freeman

Author: Glenn Freeman
Date: 14 Feb 2017

The uplift comes despite some softening of demand for Cochlear (ASX: COH) hearing implants in China, where a shift in government tender purchases saw the number of tender units fall to 1,100 over the half, down from 1,700 in the first half of fiscal 2016

Cochlear records strong profit lift - Nicholas Grove

Author: Nicholas Grove
Date: 10 Feb 2015

Bionic ear manufacturer Cochlear Limited (COH) on Tuesday announced a 94 per cent rise in net profit before one-off items to $71.4 million for the first half of fiscal 2015

Comeback kid: emerging markets - Claire Dwyer

Author: Claire Dwyer
Date: 30 Sep 2016

"Lower for longer" interest rates looking increasingly like "lower forever" have been a clear driver of flows into the asset class, but a recovery in oil prices and attractive relative valuations are helping too

Communication breakdown at the Fed - Peter Warnes

Author: Peter Warnes
Date: 27 Sep 2013

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 185 points on Friday 20 September after a 40-point fall the day before

Computershare 1H17 result banks on business renewal, rising rates - Glenn Freeman

Author: Glenn Freeman
Date: 15 Feb 2017

Computershare (ASX: CPU) shareholders will receive an interim dividend of 17 cents a share, 30 per cent franked, up 6.3 per cent on the first half of fiscal 2016

Conditions set for year-end rally? - Lesley Beath

Author: Lesley Beath
Date: 24 Nov 2015


Contrasting outlooks for these 2 resource stocks - Glenn Freeman

Author: Glenn Freeman
Date: 24 Apr 2017

While mining company share prices have maintained their buoyancy longer than many analysts anticipated--including Morningstar's senior equity analyst covering mined commodities, Mat Hodge--the latest quarterly production figures from Rio Tinto (ASX: RIO) have not shifted his outlook

Contributing superannuation for children - Kathy Evans

Author: Kathy Evans
Date: 23 Feb 2016

As we get older we know how important it is to focus on building our superannuation for retirement, but have you ever considered getting your children started on building their superannuation? The earlier our children start contributing towards building their superannuation, the better off they will be in their retirement.

Contribution caps cause for concern for SMSFs - Glenn Freeman

Author: Glenn Freeman
Date: 04 May 2016

High net wealth individuals, particularly those with high super balances, higher income earners and workers aged 55 to 65 years of age are among the key groups to lose out in the Federal Budget 2016

Corrective phase has further to run - Lesley Beath

Author: Lesley Beath
Date: 24 Jun 2013

Disclaimer : To the extent that any content in this report constitutes advice, it is general advice that has been prepared by Lesley Beath without taking into account the particular investment objectives, financial situation and particular needs of any individual investors

Could a Santa Claus rally be coming to town? - Nicki Bourlioufas

Author: Nicki Bourlioufas
Date: 08 Nov 2016

Markets traditionally rally into Christmas, but looking at price levels as at 2 November, the S&P/ASX 200 was up just 2.4 per cent over the year and well off its year-high levels of 5611 in July

Could Australia slide into a Greece-like scenario? - Michael Collins

Author: Michael Collins
Date: 27 Jul 2015

Herbert Stein (1916 to 1999) was a US economist who was influential in his time

Could Germany break up the euro? - Jeremy Beckwith

Author: Jeremy Beckwith
Date: 22 Dec 2014

Within the eurozone, Germany is coming under increasing pressure to approve and adopt policies designed to stimulate the eurozone economy

Could the Aussie banks outperform? - Lesley Beath

Author: Lesley Beath
Date: 06 Sep 2016

As far as global equity markets are concerned, Australia took the wooden spoon last week

Crisis and opportunity in emerging markets - Bart Dowling

Author: Bart Dowling
Date: 03 Sep 2013

Attempting to catch a falling knife is always a dangerous thing to do

Crown battles Echo in growth stakes - Christine St Anne

Author: Christine St Anne
Date: 12 Jul 2013

Last week, Crown Limited (CWN) successfully proceeded to stage three of the NSW government's casino proposal for its Barangaroo site

Advantages of Premium Membership

Your Money Weekly Newsletter

Independent stocks newsletter has been aiding Australian investors for over 30 years.

Independent Fund Analyst Research

For the first time in Australia Morningstar Qualitative Fund Research is directly available to individual investors.

Portfolio X-Ray

Ensure your portfolio is positioned exactly how you want with Morningstar's Portfolio X-Ray. You can discover how much of a stock you really own, individually and through managed funds with Stock Intersection.

Investment Picks

Find greatly undervalued stocks to consider daily. Browse our Fund Analyst Picks to find managed funds that best suit your needs.

Access these features and more when you sign up for Premium Membership.