European plan hopes help the Euro

Hopes that Europe will come together on their recovery plan has helped the Euro and weakened the US dollar, says NAB’s Tapas Strickland on today’s Morning Call podcast.

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Morning Call Listens

Here’s a running table of listens to my NAB Morning Call podcast, for those who are interested.

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Vaccine hopes, then China tensions

On today’s Morning Call, NAB’s Rodrigo Catril talks about the sharp turnaround in market sentiment as Mike Pompeo turns up the rhetoric against Chain’s territorial claims in the South China Sea.

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China news and virus news, good and bad

Hopeful COVID news, bad infection rates. Strong US loan data, bad words from Trump. The new sis mixed but NAB’s Ray Attrill says markets want to take the positive view.

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Levelling up – can Boris really bridge regional diversity?

If Boris really wants to ‘level up’ the UK he needs to get Dom to listen to this week’s Debunking Economics podcast – me and @profstevekeen

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Confidence versus COVID – the battle continues

The battle between confidence and COVID numbers is being played out in FX markets, says NAB’s Gavin Friend. Europe could have a bigger influence next week, he says.

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Random Stuff

Month end, less growth, fewer jobs, more loans

Broad sell-off of the US dollar at month end, says NAB’s Gavin Friend. Plus, some bad numbers to hurt equities – whilst the Fed and ECB look at stepping up loans. But is it enough?

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Four Ways To Make Pictures And Video Boost Your Ranking

Des Odell takes us through four steps to ensuring video and picture content is working for you in delivering more customers to your website.

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Strong data shows it’s (the) US against the rest

Strong US data overnight helps stock prices, even though a Huawei ban escalates trade tensions with China. Unemployment numbers weigh on the Aussie dollar, whilst May’s imminent departure pulls the pound down. NAB’s Rodrigo Catril talks through what you need to know today.

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