Late November Gains, Trade | Coca-Cola Amatil Global markets were higher on Friday as the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq US indices posted their biggest weekly percentage gains in nearly seven years. This saw the S&P 500 wipe its losses for the month, and actually end a volatile November up +1.8%. The NZ market followed suit, with the NZX 50 market index ending November with a +0.8% gain.  By contrast, the Aussie market continues to underperform, and Australian shares are on track to record their worst December quarter since the global financial crisis following another sell-off during November – as the ASX 200 fell another -2.8% over the month.  Investors were encouraged last week by comments by Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell and subsequent minutes from the central bank’s latest meeting that suggested that the Fed will take a data-driven rather than ideological approach to future rate-hikes. The weekend’s high-stakes meeting between the US and China at the G20 Summit appears to be positive, as...