Anthony Doyle

Chart of the week: Economic uncertainty

It’s an old and tired cliché, but markets really don’t like uncertainty. As a recession narrative grows in-line with economic uncertainty, it is natural that business and households become less optimistic about the outlook and tighten their belts. So what should investors expect looking ahead?

17 October 2019 | Anthony Doyle
Chart of the week: Oil and GDP

Chart of the week: Oil and GDP

Post the recent strike on Saudi Arabian oil facilities, global oil prices have risen the most on record. Anthony Doyle looks at the impacts on what this could mean for GDP growth.

17 September 2019 | Anthony Doyle
The chart keeping the RBA up at night

The chart keeping the RBA up at night

This is the chart that keeps the Reserve Bank of Australia up at night. Despite two interest rate cuts to a record low of 1.00%, market expectations of future inflation have collapsed in August.

29 August 2019 | Anthony Doyle
US yield curve concerns

US yield curve concerns

For those wondering why there is so much focus on the US yield curve this morning, an inverted yield curve has historically been one of the best recession indicators. As markets get nervous, should investors remain invested?

15 August 2019 | Anthony Doyle
Chart of the week: Can the US avoid a recession?

Chart of the week: Can the US avoid a recession?

There are three occasions when the US avoided a recession, and the economy experienced a “soft landing”. Will they be able to do it again?

12 August 2019 | Anthony Doyle
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