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Daily review 06/09/2022

Written By: - Date published: 5:30 pm, September 6th, 2022 - 11 comments
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11 comments on “Daily review 06/09/2022 ”

  1. Poission 1

    Australian Reserve Bank raise rate by 0.5 points bringing cash rate to 2.35.

    https://www.rba.gov.au/

    Australia also recorded a significant trade surplus of 43 billion,and a current account surplus of 18 billion the 13th surplus in a row (NZ has had 1 quarter surplus in 40 years)

    Trade increases in coal reached 100 billion (primary FF through roof) showing that not all that glitters is gold,as capital outflows and financials had a net deficit of 18.7b

    https://www.abs.gov.au/statistics/economy/international-trade/balance-payments-and-international-investment-position-australia/latest-release

    NZ trade figures have been suppressed by Statsnz until the current account release this month.

  2. Kat 2

    Latest Roy Morgan Poll….indicates we are now “firmly” divided by gender………really?

    "Women continue to favour Labour/Greens while men firmly support National and Act NZ

    https://www.roymorgan.com/findings/9064-nz-national-voting-intention-august-2022-202209050524

  3. Poission 3

    AB IPO on hold?

  4. Poission 4

    Europe Lehman moment underway,as energy subsidy's to consumers and business being rolled out and margin calls on energy company's start.

    Europe customer subsidies so far (for energy cap) is 350 b euro.

    UK 130b pounds for customers,another 40b for business > 5% of gdp.

    Finland announces 2.4b bridge for electrical company to meet first call on margins,Switzerland 4 b CFH for margin call for Zurich supplier (and trader)

    • Poission 4.1

      Energy trading risks halt as margin calls estimated at 1.5 trillion $ (conservative estimate)

      Oil prices go south as traders align to physical market,and Asian FX falls.

    • Sabine 4.2

      nothing a little nuclear energy can't fix.

  5. SPC 5

    An overview of scientific method in determining a course of action – such as the approach to be taken with the pandemic.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSaSG4n3T6o

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