Market optimism as deadlines pushed back

It’s looking likely that the March 1st deadline for higher Chinese tariffs will be pushed back on the hope of progress on trade talks next month. There’s also hope that a deal will be reached to stop another US government shutdown. NAB’s Tapas Strickland suggests it would be politically damaging for the President to see it happen again. He also talks to Phil Dobbie about the findings of the NAB business survey, the RBNZ meeting today and what dates to watch for Brexit now the next meaningful vote has been pushed down the road.

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