Coronavirus Instability

Discussion in 'Investment Strategy' started by 3rdEarl, 21st Feb, 2020.

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  1. 3rdEarl

    3rdEarl Member

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    Hi All,
    It seems the coronavirus is impacting a lot more than health: manufacturing, agriculture, tourism and Education. We have however failed to acknowledge the impact on housing considering how much the AUD is getting hammered.
    I feel like the discussion needs to be had with regards to Interest rates and the possibility of an imminent recession post coronavirus. Also unemployment figures not looking promising.
     
  2. Propertunity

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  3. Propertunity

    Propertunity Exclusive Real Estate Buyers Agent Business Member

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    Bird & Fortune madd a lot of sense out of the GFC and amazingly still relevant today.

     
  4. marmot

    marmot Well-Known Member

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    Many people simply dont want to know, they just expect the government to come to the rescue with a massive stimulus program at the same time as interest rates are dropped by 300-400 points.
    Unfortunately populist governments have been very good at keeping rates really low to keep on stimulating the economy and make themselves look good, so we're left in a position where its simply so way to really protect our economy.
     
  5. Trainee

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    If there is a recession, if your job is secure it might be easier as interest rates will probably fall.
     
  6. PandS

    PandS Well-Known Member

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    We need a recession to keep thing real, we have a decent innings 25 years plus of good run.
    a recession once every 10-15 years to keep thing in perspective is a good thing
    we have more people willing to work for fair wage and tradies charge a lot less :D
     
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