Who Is The Bigger Fool?

The latest edition of our finance and property news digest with a distinctively Australian flavour. We look at the action on the markets, the $80 trillion-dollar black hole in the financial system, and why Oil is so weak. All ahead of the FED next week who are expected to push rates higher – as recession risks grow.


0:00 Start
0:15 Introduction
1:35 Stronger PPI
5:10 US Markets
6:18 Oil and Contango
9:09 Gold
9:30 Europe And Credit Suisse
13:05 Asia
14:39 Australia
18:40 Short Sellers Exit
20:20 Crypto
21: 55 $80 Tr Black Hole
27:00 Summary And Close

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