Month: October 2019

Phase 2 deal unlikely; Trump’s impeachment proceedings; the Fed and the Aussie dollar

A variety of factors have hit the US dollar, shares and bond yields. NAB’s Ray Attrill says the danger of no phase two trade talks with China have caused the most damage.

Fed – Cut and hold

The US Fed has cut interest rates, as expected. NAB’s David de Garis says the expectation is that they’ll be on hold now, unless things run off course.

UK votes on voting, Aussie CPI today, Fed tomorrow

UK heading to the polls, markets wait on Fed decision, Aussie on the rise as we wait for CPI numbers today. NAB’s Gavin Friend on today’s Morning Call podcast.

US stocks flying high on hope

China US talks ahead of schedule. NAB’s Rodrigo Catril on how this has helped US stocks reach record highs.

Fed easing, trade hopes rising, Brexit stalling

Could a signature on the phase 1 trade deal be close? Will it change the path for the Fed? NAB’s Ray Attrill on today’s Morning Call podcast.

Making an MMT Green New Deal Global

How can MMT solve climate change when only a handful of ocuntries can take part?

Arriverderci, Mario; pound hit by Boris’ election hope

Mario Draghi leaves the ECB with a downbeat outlook, whilst the pound down as the UK PM tries to call an election. NAB’s Alex Stanley on today’s Morning Call podcast.

Au revoir Draghi, Bonjour UK election

Mario Draghi’s oversees his last meeting at a divided ECB tonight. NAB’s David de Garis considers the question increasingly asked by central banks, as to whether monetary policy has gone as far as it can go right now.

Brexit Bill proceeds, then stops!

How a vote win for Boris Johnson sees the pound lose ground. NAB’s Gavin Friend explains the latest Brexit contortions.

Brexit Déjà vu; December tariff hike could be off the table

Brexit hopes and positive steps on US China trade deal add to mild risk-on mood again today – NAB’s Ray Attrill on today’s Morning Call podcast.

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