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Are politicians relevant to money markets?

Peter Switzer

In 2016, money news was dominated by political stories, but after last year, you have to wonder how much you should care about grandstanding pollies.

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    Are politicians relevant to money markets?

    Peter Switzer

    In 2016, money news was dominated by political stories, but after last year, you have to wonder how much you should care about grandstanding pollies.

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    Could Trump trump the Trump trade?

    Peter Switzer

    Right now, the positive aspects of Trump (lower taxes, more infrastructure spending and less financial regulations) dominate the market’s view on him. Bad Donald - the anti-free trade guy - has been ignored.

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    Can the 'Goldilocks' economy keep the bears away?

    Michael McCarthy

    Markets are expressing the view that the global economy is 'not too hot, and not too cold', but one of the investment challenges in 2017 is deciding how long conditions can remain 'just right'.

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    5 things you need to know today

    In The News

    The International Monetary Fund maintains its forecasts for global output, Treasurer Scott Morrison to decide on CKI's DUET takeover, and Rio Tinto lifts full-year iron ore shipments by 3%.

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    No place like home: Aussies stay put for longer

    John McGrath

    Australian home owners are staying put for longer, with capital city houses owned for 10.7 years on average, compared to 6.7 years in 2005. Find out why.

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