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ABC NEWCASTLE MORNINGS – Global market insights  

ABC NEWCASTLE MORNINGS – Global market insights  

In this week’s interview with Paul Turton on ABC Newcastle radio, we discussed several key financial trends and their global impacts. We covered the significant growth of the S&P 500 over the last four years, driven largely by technology stocks and the artificial intelligence revolution. We also delved into the current economic climate in Australia, examining the rising inflation and consumer price index (CPI), and how these factors are influencing discretionary spending and mortgage interest rates. Additionally, we explored the dynamics of the Chinese economy, focusing on the implications of Australia’s coal and iron ore exports to China. 

You can listen to my interview at 39:40 here: ABC Newcastle: Mornings with Paul Turton 


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