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Among the commodities surging in 2016 were iron ore, thermal coal and oil. Oil in particular has doubled since February. But it hasn’t completely recovered.
Investors disappointed in the share market. Interest rates rising. Gold price, going from strength to strength. This was the market wrap for early 1980.
The loss of the AAA credit rating won’t see interest rates head higher, and won’t cause banks to increase loan rates. So, it won’t crash the housing market.
We are in a sideways market. Growth is low, with subpar earnings in an inflated market. This dogma is pumped out by the mainstream media on a daily basis.
The price of prawns could skyrocket to $55/kilo over Christmas. It could be the beginning of the ‘Great Seafood Crisis of the 21st Century’.
The sooner you embrace the cashless society, the sooner they can implement negative interest rates and stimulate inflation.
Watch out criminals! The Aussie government is coming for you. Your criminal ‘cash economy’ is over, kaput, finite. The jig is up.
What was that about an improving and growing economy? That doesn’t appear to be a subject Australians will need to bother themselves with anytime soon.