April Economic Update from MLC

By Liz Maroney, Westlawn Wealth Adviser (CFP)
21 April 2015

Here’s the March 2015 Economic Update from Brian Parker, MLC’s Head of Portfolio Specialists Group.

This month, Brian discusses how world share prices fell back a little in March, how the performance of the European and Japanese share markets comes at a time when Greece’s financial woes haven’t been resolved and the Japanese economy isn’t faring terribly well. He also looks at whether business investment in our non-mining economy can take up the slack from declining mining investment.

Contact your Westlawn Wealth Adviser for advice on your investments.

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