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HUDSON REPORT – How We Give!

How We Give!

August 9, 2021 6:56 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Written by Michal Park – Senior Adviser Oh, what a wonderful response to my call out for Hudson clients tell me how they give back to the community! You have all inspired me! This week I ordered a Street Library online that I plan fill with books and fix it to my front fence to provide reading material to my neighbours and locals who walk by.

QUARTERLY WRAP: JUNE 2021

Quarterly Wrap Up – June 2021

July 28, 2021 9:00 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Written by George Lin/Senior Investment Manager CFS Over the month, a run of disappointing US economic data raised some doubts about the strength of the US economic recovery, while at the same time, concerns about inflation remained a dominant theme in financial markets. Still, share markets rose modestly, bond markets proved resilient, and iron ore prices surged and corrected. By month’s end, the Australian share market rose about 2.3% while the Australian Dollar (AUD) remained stable – last trading at 77.4 US cents.

Altruism

Altruism

July 21, 2021 12:01 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Written by Michal Park – Senior Adviser I had the privilege of attending the funeral of a Hudson client last week – an honour really, in light of restrictions on numbers allowed to attend due to Covid-19. Joy was referred to me by her son (a long time Hudson member) and her sole motivation when talking with me was to preserve as much of her estate as possible for her children and grandchildren.

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Monthly Wrap Up – May 2021

June 28, 2021 6:07 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Written by George Lin/Senior Investment Manager CFS Over the month, a run of disappointing US economic data raised some doubts about the strength of the US economic recovery, while at the same time, concerns about inflation remained a dominant theme in financial markets. Still, share markets rose modestly, bond markets proved resilient, and iron ore prices surged and corrected. By month’s end, the Australian share market rose about 2.3% while the Australian Dollar (AUD) remained stable – last trading at 77.4 US cents.

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Monthly Wrap Up – April 2021

May 25, 2021 7:22 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Written by George Lin/Senior Investment Manager CFS In April, a range of market developments as well as concerns about the safety of Coronavirus vaccines caused investors some apprehension as to the pace of immunisation and the strength of the global economic recovery.