On The Morning Call, NAB’s Ray Attrill talks about the short lived optimism after the G20, not helped by weak manufacturing data from the US and Europe. Plus, a rate cut expected today from the RBA.
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
Hear it in full at https://t.co/aO1AJXSNnk