MB Fund Podcast: RBA loses control of Interest Rates

In today’s investment webinar, MB Fund’s Head of Investments Damien Klassen, and guest host Jayden Stent cover the RBA losing control of Interest Rates
On the agenda:
  • Forward guidance
  • Bond yield changes
  • Bank Lending
  • Commodities & AUD
  • Immigration & Students
  • Investment implications

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Damien Klassen is Head of Investments at the MacroBusiness Fund, which is powered by Nucleus Wealth.

 

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  1. Not sure I agree with the “just live with it” COVID statement. I do think the end result of COVID is still an end drag on the economy even if hard to measure. You mention India – they just let the virus go through their population; and all the mass death/graves that resulted from that. It was a tragedy there for quite a while – your now saying it is an example to follow in this video? When it could just be “between wave peaks”. Virus’ go in waves; they go through the population and then exhaust themselves, mutate in another population (open borders), then come back again and do the same. Happens with the flu, no reason to think it won’t happen with this more deadly one as well.

    China, for all their faults, typically think of the long term not the short term. The virus IMO if left unchecked still represents a long term economic risk that needs to be accounted for. Maybe the price of trying to contain it saves them more pain later, maybe not. But doing nothing given their context probably results in a worse outcome for them.

        • Do you want a spanking? because that’s how you get a spanking.

          Although know the bunch of perverts on Mac Biz, its likely you will.

    • Muttafukaburrasaurus.MEMBER

      Agreed, who knows what the long term effects of CV maybe. It’s the new ‘cold’ (corona virus) and will probably be as prevalent as they tend to be, though the consequences are more significant. No telling how it will reshape how we live our lives from now on, though I would suggest that high density living and recirculated air conditioning should be a thing of the past for those who can avoid them.

    • FUDINTHENUDMEMBER

      Agreed. Places like Netherlands, Greece and Austria all re-imposing vaccine passports this week for public life plus other restrictions. And they’re relatively well vaccinated countries.

      Most of the non-“developed” world below 10% vaccine coverage or worse. This thing still ripping and not done, health wise, or economically, by a long shot.