In the November 2019 edition of the Market Update:
- In the US, trade-exposed sectors are suffering due to trade conflict, but the consumer sector appears to be holding up well
- Economic activity in the eurozone weakened in the September quarter
- The UK parliament agreed to a general election on 12 December, Prime Minister Johnson forced into asking the EU for an extension on the Brexit deadline
- The Chinese Ministry of Commerce appears favourable to an interim deal on trade with the US – no rollback of tariffs has been agreed
- The RBA held off on further rate cuts at its November meeting, but it is expected that the cash rate will fall to 0.50% in early 2020
There’s more commentary, plus our usual tables with all the key market data on Shares, Interest Rates and Property in the linked document below.