Bazookas, Bridges, Booms & Busts - Australia's 2020 Economic Outlook - Chris Joye
Today we welcome Australian economist Chris Joye of Coolabah Capital & writer for the Australian Financial Review. We discuss all the latest news, policy & data in relation to the Australian economy, financial system & housing market in 2020. We will also discuss different central bank stimulus packages & government policies that have been used to prevent a recession turning into a depression, global financial crisis or wider economic collapse. What happens overseas, particularly in relation to the US China trade war will greatly affect our economy. Hopefully this helps all those asking if now is a good time to buy residential property. #Australia #Housing #Economy
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