The Morning Call

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Aussie’s new low and US ‘Helicopter’ Money

More stimulus from the US and UK governments – enough to help equity markets? Plus, a pre-GFC low for the Aussie dollar. NAB’s Ray Attrill on today’s Morning Call podcast.

Another black day as markets look for light at the end of the tunnel

Moves by the Fed yesterday didn’t stop another black day on the markets, as stocks collapse and bonds rally. NAB’s Gavin Friend talks us through what happened.

RBNZ latest to cut in global ‘whatever it takes’ moves

More emergency measures by central banks as virus spread continues. NAB’s Rodrigo Catril says the uncertainty will continue until we know containment measures are working.

Markets in turmoil as virus spreads and governments fail to respond

Congress squabbling is one example of governments failing to deliver on a comprehensive stimulus program. That’s what’s causing turmoil in the markets says NAB’s Gavin Friend.

A pandemic and an emergency cut with more help needed

The UK declared an emergency rate cut coordinated by government stimulus. We expect to hear Australia’s response today. But what of Europe and the US? NAB’s David de Garis on today’s Morning Call podcast.

Waiting, waiting, waiting on stimulus news

NAB’s Tapas Strickland says the market rebound has been driven by hopes that the White House will provide short-term stimulus measures – but will the President deliver?

A turn for the worse – oil plunge sparks Black Monday

Massive drops in oil prices and shares. NAB’s Rodrigo Catril talks through the potential domino effects and the continuing impact of COVID19.

Oil price battle will add to volatility

Nothing like an oil price war to add to the COVID19-induced volatility. NAB’s Ray Attrill at the start of another choppy week for the markets.

And back to the safe havens

After yesterday’s recovery, markets continue their journey south today. NAB’s Gavin Friend says this nervousness will continue for some time yet.

Markets rest hope on government stimulus

The Bank of Canada follows the Fed with a big cut. Equities on the rise. NAB’s David de Garis suggests its likely driven by hopes of government fiscal stimulus.

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