PODCAST: J.P. Morgan’s Sally Auld on volatility in stocks, the Australian dollar outlook, and policy uncertainty

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(L-R): Business Insider’s David Scutt, J.P. Morgan Australia Chief Economist Sally Auld, and BI Australia editor-in-chief Paul Colgan. Daren Lake

Markets are volatile.

Global equities have been selling off, dragging down the ASX.

Oil has seen some wild movements amid a shifting outlook for supply.

There’s some uncertainty about the rate of the slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy.

Back here in Australia, property prices continue to decline and the latest data shows the price falls are gathering pace in the major cities.

To get a handle on it all, we’re joined on this week’s episode of Devils and Details by Sally Auld, chief economist and head of fixed income and FX strategy at J.P. Morgan in Australia.

Auld also believes that with global momentum slowly deteriorating, the longer the RBA stays on hold, the harder it might get for it to lift rates.

For some balanced insights on how the whole picture fits together, tune in. We also talk about our must-read books.

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For those didn’t buy tickets to our live show on November 27th in Sydney: unfortunately, we’re sold out. For those who are coming, you can look forward to hearing from Bill Evans, who we’ve just added to the line-up for the evening. See you next week!