The Morning Call

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.

ECB extends it shopping spree

ECB extends its bond buying program. It’s meant a good day for the Euro, a weaker US dollar and, therefore, a stronger Aussie dollar, says NAB’s David de Garis.

The recession we only just had to have

Australia’s only-just recession, the dangers of more bond buying from the ECB and could Brexit talks fall apart? NAB’s Gavin Friend on The Morning Call today.

Aussie rises further. What could possibly go wrong?

Markets are ignoring the unrest in the US and focusing on the COVID-19 recovery. NAB’s Rodrigo Catril explains why that’s to be expected on today’s Morning Call.

The rise and rise of the Aussie dollar

Another big rise in the strength of the Australian dollar. NAB’s Ray Attrill says its not all down to the weakening US currency.

Less Shock, More Ore

Will rising iron ore prices and China’s infrastructure plans help the Aussie dollar? A question put to NAB’s Tapas Strickland on today’s Morning Call podcast.

Optimism knocked back by Trump announcement

Trading was riding high. That was, says NAB’s Gavin Friend, until the US President said he had announcement to make on China.

A New Generation EU and China goes cold on Aussie coal

NAB’s David de Garis talks through the Europe’s new stimulus deal, China’s Aussie coal threat and Boris’ popularity nosedive.

Markets catch reopening fever

Markets more responsive to the good news of lockdowns easing than the war of words between the US and China. NAB’s Tapas Strickland on today’s Morning Call.

Equities rebound despite “the new cold war”

Equities rise despite the new cold war with China. NAB’s Rodrigo Catril talks about the weakening Yuan, rising oil, rising ECB stimulus hopes and Scott Morrison’s plan for Australia.

Hong Kong Returns to Pre-COVID Protests

The Hong Kong uncertainty will see off the correlation between the Aussie dollar and US shares, says NAB’s Ray Attrill.

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