A rocky night for equities, the dollar and oil ahead of the G20. NAB’s David de Garis talks about what to expect, particularly as it seems Peter Navarro might gatecrash the meeting between President’s Trump and Xi.
One for our listeners, Pieter Verhoeven, suggested we look at steady state economics and the post-growth economy. What needs to change if we are to accept the findings in Limits to Growth and what would life be like in a zero growth economy?
Jerome Powell changes his stance, Mark Carney paints the disaster scenario and President Trump threatens car tariffs. NAB’s Rodrigo Catril talks through what’s driving the markets on The Morning Call podcast.
On The Morning Call NAB’s Gavin Friend talks through fears of a wrong turn on trade talks and a softening stance from the Fed.
Markets have been looking for the peak of COVID-19, says NAB’s Tapas Strickland, as equities in China are back close to pre-virus levels. Likely to be too late to stop Japan heading into recession, though. Plus, end of the road for Holden. https://t.co/adfK78Xk2L
Central banks and governments are often at loggerheads on economic policy. Is it time to give the whole job to one or other of them. Me with @ProfSteveKeen on the latest Debunkng Economics podcast. https://t.co/u7GtcEbg1G
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