What’s driving volatility in bond and share markets?

Listen to our latest investment podcast. Bond and share markets were down in October. What’s behind the slide? Join our experts for the latest news on financial markets and the economy.

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Market volatility continued through October—bond and share markets were both down with most sectors of the share market impacted, but the start of US company reporting season has been positive. What’s behind the recent volatility?

In this episode, lead economist and investment manager David Colosimo talks about:

  • what’s driving the fall in markets
  • results from the start of US company reporting season
  • key things we’re watching out for in November.

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Market volatility can be uncomfortable. If you’re concerned about your super, please call us or talk to one of our financial advisers.

Want to learn more? Watch Chief Investment Officer John Pearce’s latest investment update at unisuper.com.au/investments.

Meet our podcast hosts

David Colosimo

David is a highly experienced economist and investment manager in our investment team. He focuses on Australian and global macroeconomic trends and works across a range of portfolios. He joined our investment team in 2013, and he’s been a UniSuper member since 1999 when he joined while working at the University of Melbourne.

Lyndon Horsburgh

Lyndon is an award-winning podcast producer and host. He’s the creative content lead in our marketing team and has been a UniSuper member since 2014.

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