Long night, little said; US stocks down, pound up

There wasn’t much progress on trade tariffs overnight. China only responded in words and there’s been little market response. As Phil Dobbie discusses with NAB’s David de Garis, the biggest moves have been in...

Trade Tariff Ambivalence Rules the Day

The markets have moved very little today as investors contemplate the next steps in the tariff battle between the US and China. Even the EU response, with tariffs to follow on Harleys, Levis and Bourbon, did...

Politics Podcast: Attorney-General Christian Porter on a crowded agenda

By Michelle Grattan, University of Canberra Attorney-General Christian Porter says the response to the consultations for the national apology to victims of child sexual abuse has been very strong with a total...

Tariff talk hits harder, but is the bark worse than the bite?

  Equities, currencies, bonds and commodities all reacted to more rhetoric from President Trump about Chinese tariffs. He’s promising another $200 billion worth and, if China responds, he’ll heap on...

All quiet except on the oil front

There’s been very little movement in anything overnight, except the price of oil. In today’s podcast NAB’s Tapas Strickland explains how it stems from an expectation that OPEC will see a smaller increase in...

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Start your day with the NAB Morning Call for the latest overnight key economic and market information straight from our team of expert market economists and strategists. Courtesy by National Australia Bank. Email us @ Business Insightsl

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