Month: March 2019

Strong US ISM numbers, Trump targets India and is the RBA dreamin’?

Strong US ISM numbers. NAB’s Ray Attrill talks through positive data from the US, and the rose-tinted view of the Aussie economy from the RBA.

Markets fizzle on false hope

Markets were on the rise on reports of a China US trade deal, but turned on no official confirmation. There’s a lot of crying wolf says NAB’s Tapas Strickland.

Is Modern Monetary Theory too closed for open economies

Modern Monetary Theory suggests governments can create money rather than build debt – but what of international trade?

US data is bad, but not Eurozone bad

Soft US data didn’t upset markets on Friday. NAB’s Rodrigo Catril says it’s seen as temporary, with the US economy still growing, unlike other parts of the world.

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