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Sean Freer

Director, Global Equity Indices, S&P Dow Jones Indices

Sean Freer is Director, Global Equity Indices at S&P Dow Jones Indices (S&P DJI). He is responsible for the product management of S&P DJI’s global equity, real estate and Islamic indices including the S&P/ASX Series. In this role, Sean supports S&P DJI’s efforts developing new benchmarks for international equity markets and promotes their use among clients in the Asia-Pacific region. He also regularly publishes research, analytical reports and market commentary on a variety of international investment topics.
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Nov 9, 2022

A Weakening Aussie Dollar Puts Offshore Earners in the Spotlight

The days of Australian-U.S. dollar parity are becoming a distant memory, as U.S. dollar strength has seen the value of the Australian equivalent reach a recent low of just under 63 cents, a decline of over 13% from year-end levels. The weakening of the Australian dollar could have significant implications for the share prices of…

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Oct 17, 2022

The S&P China 500 Dropped 20.3% in Q3 2022 as China Equities Caught Up with The Global Sell-Off

The S&P China 500 saw its largest quarterly drawdown in seven years, declining 20.3% in Q3 2022. While Chinese equities outperformed their global and emerging market counterparts in Q2, they significantly underperformed in Q3 and have now caught up with 2022’s global market downturn, with the S&P China 500 now in the red 29.4% YTD….

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Sep 22, 2022

Value’s Resurgence in the S&P/ASX 200

Those who implement style investing will have noticed a recent reversal of fortunes for the value approach following a long spell of underperformance. Since the inception of the S&P/ASX 200 Growth and S&P/ASX 200 Value in 2017, the back-tested approach has seen growth top value in 12 out of the past 17 calendar years. However,…

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Jul 18, 2022

The S&P China 500 Added 2.8% in Q2 2022, as China Equities Held up During a Broad Global Sell-Off

The S&P China 500 bucked the trend of a broad market downturn, posting a 2.8% gain for Q2 2022. In terms of sectors, Consumer Discretionary and Consumer Staples grew nearly 15% each over the quarter, while the Industrials and Energy sectors were also additive to performance. The S&P China 500 outperformed the broader S&P Emerging…

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