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.

Fed not dovish enough?

Has the US Fed been dovish enough? I talk to NAB’s Ray Attrill about the stance they have taken, which has surprised many.

Oil lower, Euro economy weaker, Trump warns against a Fed hike

Further falls in oil prices. I ask NAB’s David de Garis ‘when will it stop”?’ Plus, President Trump tells the Fed to read the Wall Street Journal for advice on monetary policy.

Festive red is not a colour we want to see right now

A sea of red in the markets today. And, as NAB’s Rodrigo Catril discusses on The Morning Call, it’s not a jolly festive red.

Driving down for Christmas?

Friday showed further signs of a global slowdown. NAB’s Ray Attrill talks through the latest data from Europe and China, and what a US government shutdown could mean for the Aussie dollar this week.

ECB ends QE on a dovish note

The ECB ends QE but a dovish tone from Mario Draghi drove the Euro down a little today. “He’s playing the markets nicely”, says NAB’s David de Garis on today’s Morning Call podcast.

Tories vote on May’s leadership; China to open up market access to foreign firms

The markets have signalled their expectation for the outcome of the May leadership vote – listen to NAB’s Gavin Friend on The Morning Call. Plus, is China set to open market access for foreign firms?

China Car tariffs reversed and a government shutdown – mixed news from the US

Markets pulled both ways on conflicting news from the US – NAB’s Rodrigo Catril talks to me about the lowering of car tariffs and the threat of a government shutdown.

The November NAB Business Survey

The latest NAB business survey shows further weakness in business conditions. NAB’s Ivan Colhoun talks through the findings.

Pound pummelled as May delays

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?

Weak jobs data, trade tensions and a Brexit to nowhere

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.

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