MMT suggests governments can spend until we reach full employment. But does that work in smaller countries with a trade deficit?
A quarter percent rate cut is expected from the RBA today. NAB’s Rodrigo Catril explains why, as well as examining the sharp fall in the Kiwi dollar and bad news expected from Japan today.
Did the markets overreact on Friday to US threats to delist Chinese companies in US stock exchanges? NAB’s Tapas Strickland says there are big divisions in the US administration on this.
The US dollar almost at a two-year high. Despite all that’s going on in the US. NAB’s Gavin Friend explains why.
There’s no doubt his strongarm tactics help Boris Johnson won public support, but polls suggest he’ll never win over the majority. Why? Because they don’t want Brexit.
German manufacturing data (worst in 10 years) suggests a recession. NAB’s Tapas Strickland says the Bundesbank doesn’t see it as a cause for concern. Listen in to find out why.
Markets are cautious today. It’s not just rising COVID numbers, says NAB’s Tapas Strickland, the US election next week could be more contestable than we thought. https://t.co/w64bTe4mPU