Aussie markets risk moving into overpriced territory

Equity investors in Australia will have limited places to park their cash in 2006, says CSFB''s David Trude.

CSFB has had a good year in the Australian markets, among other things advising Foster's Group on its acquisition of Southcorp, and currently acting as global co-ordinator on the A$2.1 billion float of Goodman Fielder. Here the investment bank's country manager and head of Australian equities, David Trude, talks about the challenges facing the Australian market in 2006.

What are some of the biggest issues facing corporates and their need for capital in 2006

Trude Profitability has been so strong that in the last couple of years a lot of the top 100 companies have been buying back shares and increasing their dividend payouts. So outside of...

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