Theresa May backs off from the vote on her Brexit deal. I talk to NAB’s Tapas Strickland about how it was felt in the pound. Plus, why is oil back on the slide?
Start your day with the Morning Call for the latest overnight key economic and market information straight from NAB’s team of expert market economists and strategists.
Weaker than expected US payrolls data saw a swift market reaction on Friday. NAB’s Ray Attrill says it has filtered through to the Aussie dollar this morning at the start of what looks set to be another choppy week.
No consensus at OPEC, a Huawei arrest and a weakening economy all impact equities and bond yields – but NAB’s David de Garis wonders whether the market mood actually reflects how the US economy is travelling.
Markets are buoyed by China’s optimism on a trade deal, whilst legal advice might have put paid to Theresa May’s Brexit plans. I talk to NAB’s Ray Attrill ahead of the OPEC meeting, and the day after those Aussie GDP numbers.
Sentiment losing ground as yield curves flatten further. I ask NAB’s Rodrigo Catril whether this is a cause for concern. Plus, bad news for Theresa May and President Trump calls himself the tariff man.
The markets are still reacting to the US-China deal, but the flattening yield curve today will prick some attention says NAB’s Gavin Friend on today’s Morning Call
Jerome Powell changes his stance, Mark Carney paints the disaster scenario and President Trump threatens car tariffs. NAB’s Rodrigo Catril talks through what’s driving the markets on The Morning Call podcast.
On The Morning Call NAB’s Gavin Friend talks through fears of a wrong turn on trade talks and a softening stance from the Fed.
On a quiet night for data, I talk to NAB’s Tapas Strickland about the US debt ceiling, US China trade talks, Iran tensions, Aussie housing and the ECB later this week: https://t.co/nlm6vme7gf