Month: February 2020

The Heathrow decision doesn’t hurt global Britain, but it does help the planet

The Appeals Court made the right decision. Such a massive expansion of Heathrow would be bad for the climate and wouldn’t do much for global Britain. The only winner would be the airport operators.

The rout resumes on fears of the unknown

Huge volatility in the markets again. NAB’s David de Garis talks about how traders are struggling with the unknown.

Markets Grab a Short Breather

The markets are still very cautious over COVID-19 but NAB’s Tapas Strickland says there are signs that China is slowly getting back to work.

Dredging up the good old days

THAT woman on Question Time, how the EU is to blame for flooding (allegedly) and should Trump he a stand-up comic when he leaves office? Dredging up the old days on Balls Radio.

Further falls on virus news, Fed easing expectations rise

Markets are falling further as virus shows little sign of easing. NAB’s Gavin Friend says expectations are now rising for rate cuts from the Fed.

The multiplier effect and who stops it working

Its a fundamental economic principle, but who stops it working to its full extent?

Sharp moves as COVID-19 concern reaches fever pitch

Oil, equities, bonds, currencies – all reacting sharply to the spread of COVID-19. NAB’s Ray Attrill talks us through the market fallout on today’s Morning Call podcast.

COVID-19 spreads further, bond yields fall

Markets respond markedly to COVID-19 spread on Friday. NAB’s Rodrigo Catril, talks through the big risk-off move on today’s Morning Call podcast.

COVID-19 Jitters hit Asian currencies; Aussie dollar at 11-year low

Virus concerns return and the Aussie dollar hits an 11-year low. NAB’S Rodrigo Catril explains why.

Apple warning forgotten as markets do an about-turn

Markets do a sharp about-turn, with the US dollar and equities back on the rise. NAB’s David de Garis explains why.

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