An inverted yield curve suggests we are on the brink of a recession. Yet Steve Keen suggests that’s not the case, but what will follow will be felt for much longer.
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A few surprising remarks from Fed speakers, says NAB’s Alex Stanley on today’s Morning Call podcast. All eyes and ears on Powell’s words at Jackson Hole.
What can we learn from the FOMC minutes? NAB’s David de Garis talks to me about expectations from the US, a failed bond auction in Germany and a new ultimatum for Boris Johnson.
The markets have shown a complete reversal on yesterday. Phil Dobbie asks NAB’s David de Garis why the sudden change of fortune?
US dollar, equities and bond yields rise, but why? Phil Dobbie asks NAB’s Rodrigo Catril on today’s Morning Call podcast.
Bretton Woods aimed to encourage international trade by stabilising currencies. Today, we are as far from that aim as you can imagine. So what went wrong?
Is Germany ready to spend its way out of a recession? Is the US economy weakening further? What’s going wrong in New Zealand? Three questions put to NAB’s Tapas Strickland on today’s Morning Call podcast.
More US China trade concerns have knocked bond yields still further, along with an ECB member suggesting a bazooka of stimulus measures is on the way. Phil Dobbie discusses it all with NAB’s Gavin Friend.
A man with a sick child accosts the PM during a hospital visit about NHS cuts. The man happens to be a Labour supporter. With those views he was hardly likely to be a Tory. So why did @bbclaurak see fit to tweet his profile so he could be abused by Boris backers?#LauraKuenssberg