Trump warns Iran, Lowe warns against global monetary easing

It’s been a quiet 24 hours as the world continues to hang on for the outcome of the G20 meeting. Even an executive order declaring more sanctions against Iran did little to influence markets. What little data there has been, has been less than impressive, particularly the Dallas Fed Manufacturing Index. Dobbie asks NAB’s Tapas Strickland whether the market could be talking itself down a little? They also discuss the RBA’s Philip Lowe, calling for more government spending rather than relying on rate cuts. And is there a flicker of hope for the Aussie housing market?

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