A quiet session on the markets as the world waits for Friday’s non-farm payrolls data in the US. And on Brexit, I ask NAB’s Ray Attrill whether Britain could fall-out of Europe without a deal by accident?
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Global markets are calmer but, as NAB’s Rodrigo Catril explains, the Kiwi and Aussie dollar took the biggest hit. In Australia’s case it was largely because of the impact of the housing downturn.
Today was the day the UK was to leave the EU – we’ll get a new date today. NAB’s Tapas Strickland talks about procrastination in US China trade talks too, which isn’t helping the global slowdown.
On Balls Radio today, Twitter’s record earnings, Trump’s unwanted visit to the UK and what next for the Extinction Rebellion. Plus, it’s the anniversary of the Easter Rebellion: https://t.co/Nb2GE8kVVd
On the Morning Call, fears of a hard-Brexiteering PM in the UK spook the pound and Euro, whilst US equities continue to surge on earnings results. Meanwhile, @NAB’s Gavin Friend, suggests the Aussie dollar is vulnerable to today’s CPI numbers: https://t.co/GllniKAxv6