Callum Newman is the editor of the Money Morning weekend edition and co-editor of Port Phillip Publishing’s subscribers-only eletter Scoops Lane.
Originally graduating with a degree in Communications, Callum decided financial markets were far more fascinating than anything Marshall McLuhan (the ‘medium is the message’) ever came up with.
Today Callum spends his day reading and researching why currencies, commodities and stocks move like they do. So far he’s discovered it’s often in a way you least expect.
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Official websites and financial eletters Callum writes for:
- Money Morning Australia
- Scoops Lane
(You can find a list of recent articles written by Callum at the bottom of this page.)
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Recent Articles by Callum Newman
- The Power of Banks (11/26/2014) - The system we have forces us to rely on bank credit to supply the economy with money. This is why the banks hold so much power…
- Don’t Mention the War on Terror (11/5/2014) - If you’re not watching, you should be: The biggest trend of the last thirteen years has been the ongoing War on Terror. You can expect it to continue…
- The Truth of the Cocoa Bean (10/22/2014) - The price of cocoa beans is your best guide to gauge just how big the threat of Ebola in West Africa is…
- Trading Oil Futures – Sorting the Strong from the Weak (10/14/2014) - There are a lot of oil producing countries who do not want to see the oil price stay below US$100 for anything like a reasonable period of time….
- The Driving Force Behind the Housing Headlines (9/22/2014) - Do we really need to sacrifice the whole Australian economy to have a functioning housing market? One would hope not.