It’s as though Fed’s John Williams didn’t say anything on Thursday. NAB’s Rodrigo Catril on how the expectation now is back to a 25 basis point cut from the Fed next week.
An escalation of the trade spat, hard Brexit bravado and Fed rate cut talk are the biggest drivers on the markets today. I talk to NAB’s Tapas Strickland on today’s Morning Call podcast.
China’s trade data was a concern on Friday, but on today’s Morning Call podcast NAB’s Ray Attrill says we didn’t see much adverse market reaction. It was a different story in the US, where equities hit new highs as speculation continues on the size of the next rate cut.
A hint of inflation, another Trump Twitter attack on China and day 2 of a dovish Powell, plus bad news for Australia (and we’re not just talking cricket) – I talk to NAB’s David de Garis on The Morning Call podcast.
Small business is starting to see the impact of tariffs says NAB’s Ray Attrill on The Morning Call today, whilst Kaixin Owyong finds some good points in an otherwise gloomy outlook in the latest NAB Business Survey. Plus the Powell testimony today, of course.
Markets are waiting on word from Jerome Powell and cautious about earning season, says NAB’s Tapas Strickland on today’s Morning Call podcast.
It’s as though Fed’s John Williams didn’t say anything on Thursday. NAB’s Rodrigo Catril on how the expectation now is back to a 25 basis point cut from the Fed next week: https://t.co/aVwLbhTxWG
There's something quite annoying about someone as privileged as @Jacob_Rees_Mogg, with his references to (his) "nanny", referring constantly to those against Brexit as 'snowflakes' (on @lbc). No wonder satire is dead. It's the new reality. Lasted a minute before turning off.