Wry & Dry

Lentan abstinence over, Wry & Dry's recovery indulgence...

...couldn't disguise a dismal share-market March quarter (minus 3.6%, before dividends).  Which kept the Fiscal Year to Date return still negative (minus 5.5%).  Banks are the big culprits in the market's gloom, returning an average of minus 14% FYTD.  Those who eschewed the banks are big winners.  

Elsewhere: Clinton is hot favourite to become the first female US president, with Napoleon Turnbull an even firmer favourite to win the Australian election, notwithstanding his latest 'seems-like-a-good-idea' idea. Putin has another problem.  Could Schengen cause the demise of Eastern Europe?  And New Zilanders to remain happy.

Read on, Wryly and Dryly...