The markets don’t like the ongoing trade dispute and US government shutdown but, as I discuss with NAB’s Rodrigo Catril, they’re happy to see the prospect of a delay in Britain leaving the EU.
Theresa May survives, positive housing data in the US, equities up, but why was the Aussie dollar down? I talk to NAB’s Ray Attrill.
A humiliating defeat for the UK Prime Minister over Brexit. I talk to NAB’s Gavin Friend about the impact and what next.
The European economy seems to have found itself in sharp reverse, possibly heading into a continent-wide recession. Italy is already there, Greece has witnessed thousands leaving the country to find jobs, and the yellow vest protests show happy unhappy the French are. Then there’s Brexit, of course. In this edition of the Debunking Economics podcast, Phil Dobbie asks Prof Steve Keen how much we can blame the Euro for the perilous state of the European economy.
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The shutdown, Brexit, negative data (and revolts) from Europe and the trade impasse between the US and China. Yet the markets are a little optimistic, for now.
Was Dutch economist Verdoorn right when he declared that people are productive when the economy is doing well? A positive spiral. Steve Keen says yes he was, but not necessarily for the right reasons.
Theresa May survives, positive housing data in the US, equities up, but why was the Aussie dollar down? I talk to NAB’s Ray Attrill: https://t.co/50nrbm6nUj