Interesting RBA charts

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  1. mmm....shiney!

    mmm....shiney! Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    A collection of a few recent charts from https://rba.gov.au/chart-pack/banking-indicators.html.

    World GDP

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    Housing prices and household debt in Oz

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    Monetary aggregates
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    Australian government budget balance

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    State budget balances

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    Share prices
    australian-and-world-share-price-indices.gif

    Bank's non-performing assets

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    Bonds on issue in Oz

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    Australian bank profitability

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    Great set of charts, thanks for posting them.
    Share prices very robust considering everything. Investors must have good expectations of future earnings. Of course all that liquidity has to find a home, however the investors are not consciously going to throw away their money.
    Bank non-performing assets also amazing to see the robustness of the business sector versus 2008. JobKeeper effect?
    Strange to think all of this is a self-inflicted wound synchronised globally.
    I am looking forward to the unwinding of JobKeeper and JobSeeker and getting a truer indication of economic viability.
     
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    mmm....shiney! Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I've read a number of articles on the sharemarket, one of the common brief themes in a few of them is probably what is termed "The Robinhood Effect" ie apps such as Robinhood (isn't it defunct now?), Spaceship, RAIZ to a lessor degree (I think Commsec has a special platform for small investors too) increasing the accessibility of the sharemarket to naive retail investors with mobile phones piling money into companies that they know well from a consumer level, but may not have much idea from a financial angle eg TESLA, Apple, Microsoft etc. Especially as these platforms are fairly limited in their offerings. Apparently it's suspected that these micro-investors have had an effect on the market. Wouldn't account for the big gains since March, but an effect nonetheless.

    Don't hold your breath. :p

    Jobkeeper and Jobseeker could easily morph into a UBI - but unlike JK and JS, it's universal.
     
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    mmm....shiney! Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I left these two out, but they could end up being the most fascinating to watch over the next few years.

    Employment growth by industry

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    And public construction work done

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    That's the governments and central banks secret, they are always stimulating/incentivising the economy in some way. So there is no truer economic viability, just an illusion of one.
     
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    I, for one, welcome our new UBI overlords. At least we can hurry up and get their socialist experiment out if the way as fast as possible. Then we can return to more useful things like crony capitalism, imperialism, crusades for the holy land etc.
     
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    How many nonviable businesses, or marginally viable, have had their death delayed by a year or more through Jobkeeper?

    Yes, difficult to see a transition out of Jobkeeper/seeker without some major change to the welfare system that would involve a UBI or permanently increased dole rate now that public perception has shifted from a view that only scumbags are on the dole to a feeling that those on the dole are there through no fault of their own.
     
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    I think we are very over due for a good old fashion holy war. The poor elites are getting a bit cramped for space and need to shed a few billion people. Image having to share the worlds resources with peasants, what has the world become.
     
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    Well they had their opportunity with COVID. But instead they locked us all down and threw money at us! :p

    Edit to add: talking of Holy Wars, might have to drag out Monty Python to watch.
     
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    IDF and Hezbollah have been playing Hide n Seek along the contact line all year. Just waiting for Hezbollah's retaliation for Golan Heights Boogaloo redux
     
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    I never got any money :( But the lock down did cause me to buy more collectable silver coins. Strange though, since Sydney never really had a lock down. Maybe it was the fear of a lock down that caused me to do it? The important thing is i have them and they look fantastic :D
     
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