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Weekly Macro Themes - 17 April 2020


Here's an overview of the topics and charts covered in the latest edition of the Weekly Macro Themes report (one of the key reports of our institutional research service). To receive a copy just click through to contact us or request a trial.

This week we covered the following topics/ideas:

1. China Macro: Expect more stimulus (weak economy, softening inflation), a potential turnaround in housing, and upside risk to A-shares and iron ore (given where the technicals sit).

2. Aussie Macro: The risk of a double-dip housing downturn likely limits the upside for what is an otherwise bullish set of indicators for AUDUSD.

3. Australian Equities: Valuations and policy support look compelling for Australian equities, but there remains very real uncertainty on downside risks.

4. NZ Update: NZ equity valuations remain near record highs, and rank among the most expensive markets globally; meanwhile there remains question marks on economic downside risks.

5. Introducing the Ideas Inventory: Launching a new feature this week (collating/organizing live ideas).

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