The global economy looks set to finally get going again, and this means new rules for what to do with your hard-earned savings.
High above the Wellington waterfront, Harbour Asset Management managing director Andrew Bascand gets a bird’s-eye view at work every day, the ridges of the Orongorongos picked out like a serrated knife, the Wellington skyline uninterrupted by a single construction crane.
One of New Zealand’s cannier fund managers, managing around $1.2 billion on behalf of other professional investors, Bascand looks out at the world economy and sees something akin to Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner jet: it looks okay but there’s probably something wrong with it.
Still, compared with the global economic ...
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