Riding the Waves of the Economy: 

Australia’s Recovery

An exclusive webinar brought to you by TWD Australia


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Date: 25th November 2020
Time: 9:00 am AWST
Where:
Free Zoom Webinar

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Webinar Panelist/Speaker

Brian Nash

Brian Nash is a Director and Financial Adviser of Merlea Investments and an external member of the TWD Australia Investment Committee.

Brian has been the leading force behind Merlea Investments’ unique research software for analysing all economic data and providing investment and financial planning advice since 1985.

Research has led to proven results of low risk and volatility with very worthwhile investment returns to clients.

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Abundant provision of liquidity from central banks and sustained progress on economic reopening underpinned a continued rally in riskier asset prices.

Many major economies, including the U.S., entered the early-cycle phase of recovery, but uneven progress suggests momentum may remain dependent on the path of COVID-19 and additional policy support. Elevated uncertainty implies the potential for higher market volatility.

In this webinar, Brian will discuss how elevated uncertainty has the potential for higher market volatility and how Australia has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to rebuild the economy.

The webinar will cover the following key points:

  • Although the worst of the recession is behind us, why do activity levels remain well below normal?
  • What effects do reserve bank policy decisions have on asset returns?
  • Abundant provision of liquidity from central banks
  • Many major economies entered the early-cycle phase of recovery, what does this mean for the future?
  • Which Australian sectors will be the key winners from the restart of the economy?
  • Which parts of the economy will be unaffected by restarts?


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