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Fed loses its dots, EU issues a ransom note

Big moves after a very dovish Fed announcement. NAB’s Ray Attrill talks through what they said, plus the latest Brexit shenanigans and the importance of today’s Aussie employment data.

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China steps back; and the long and short of Brexit

China and Europe both playing hardball on deals today. NAB’s Rodrigo Catril and I surmise it’s all part of the art of the deal. Plus, a prelude to the FOMC meeting tomorrow.

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May May Have to Delay for Another Day

I talk to NABs Tapas Strickland about a 17th century law that has probably pushed Brexit back nine months. Plus, could we see the Euro rebound in coming weeks?

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Free broadband will help the NBN’s case

Some of the major benefits to society from a ubiquitous broadband network will come from government services, including health and education. That means access to these services needs to be free, so everyone is able to make use of the channel, displacing other, more costly, ways of interacting.

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Peer Index: Rating Your Online Influence

Azeem Azhar talks about a new online tool that helps seek out the most active and influential people in a variety of subject areas.

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The NBN’s missing cost-benefit analysis

Has the government failed to provide a cost-benefit analysis for the National Broadband Network because it knows that, if it did, it wouldn’t stack up?

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