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
- Phil Anderson: The US Federal Reserve’s Interest Rate Mess (4/14/2014) - Driving down the interest rate means US banks can borrow from the US Federal Reserve at under 1% and buy long term government bonds paying just under 3%.
- Why Regulation Isn’t Going To Stop Australian Banks From Risky Lending (4/11/2014) - You might have seen the recent story about the Reserve Bank of Australia considering additional measures to limit risky lending in the Australian housing market...
- Australia’s Box Seat View of the East China Sea Dispute (12/7/2013) - In case you missed the story so far, the East China Sea ADIZ covers the disputed Diaoyu/Senkaku islands. China and Japan both lay claim to the islands...
- The Technology Sector: Determine Fad from Fantasy (11/30/2013) - The way events are going, no investor can afford to miss what’s happening in the technology sector. It impacts on so many different industries
- Investors: Follow The Developments in The Chinese Steel Industry (11/23/2013) - In case you missed it, the Australian reported this week that the Chinese steel industry is returning to profitability thanks to unexpectedly robust demand...