Theresa May has reached agreement with Europe on the shape of the final deal, helping the pound up, whilst the US chows down for Thanksgiving.
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.
Wall street takes a hit with more US-China tensions. I talk to NAB’s Tapas Strickland about concerns about tariffs and a global slowdown. Is the US also starting to slow?
The EU and UK have agreed a draft 500 page Withdrawal Agreement. It’s the first Brexit milestone, but will it stick?
Is Brexit getting anywhere? The pound is assuming not, with big falls. Trump is threatening Chinese trade beyond the use of tariffs.
On Friday Jerome Powell says its time to taper, but not raise rates. The labour market needs time to heal, he said. Meanwhile, NAB’s Ray Attrill says positive PMIs at the end of the week show whilst we have inflation, there’s no sign of stagnation. https://t.co/hxi5Tythzk
This from a US Congress woman. Is there no decency left in America?
.@AlecBaldwin are these still available?
Asking for a movie producer…