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  • toxic US political environment toward China
  • cooperation would be the better choice.
  • If its primary goal is to maintain global primacy, it will have to engage in a zero-sum geopolitical contest, politically and economically, with China.
  • They believe they can compete anywhere.
  • the past few decades of economic resurgence were a result of global engagement
  • cut it off from the world.
  • 1842 to 1949
  • historical reasons.
  • The American population has lost faith in globalisation and international trade
  • first round may not be enough.
  • fiscal effort since World War II
  • In sectors like retail, already under fierce pressure from online competition, the temporary lockdown may prove to be terminal.
  • extraordinary measures
  • entral banks. The European Central Bank has declared
  • economic nationalism will increasingly lead governments to shut off their own economies from the rest of the world
  • ongoing dissatisfaction
  • the world will continue to be over-reliant on the US dollar for financing and trade.
  • gap between rich countries (along with a few emerging markets) and the rest of the world
  • secular stagnation
  • The post-coronavirus financial architecture may not take us all the way back to the pre-globalisation era of Bretton Woods, but the damage to international trade and finance is likely to be extensive and lasting.
  • European debt crisis, Brexit, and the US-China trade war
  • World War I and the global economic depression in the early 1930s ushered in the demise of a previous era of globalisatio
  • under the guise of self-sufficiency and restrict the movement of people under the pretext of public health.
  • protectionist restrictions
  • however, is that this organic and self-interested shift away from globalisation by people and firms will be compounded by some policymakers who exploit fears over open borders.
  • and more sensitive to the fact that economic globalisation has far outpaced political globalisati
  • not for massive government bailouts, the system would have collapsed
  • lowest-cost producer of every li
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  • cloud computing
  • telecommunications
  • Ethan Group
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  • it isn’t enough to get them through the medium-term.
  • the longer this pandemic continues, the worse off the travel industry will be.
  • lies in its ability to organise additional liquidity
  • suspending its budget airline Tigerair’s services and grounding its entire domestic operation except for a Sydney to Melbourne return service,
  • 80 per cent of staff
  • which already had issues prior to the COVID-19 outbreak.
  • three to six months for Virgin to find a solution or otherwise face going under.
  • "dis
  • scussions with respect to financial assistance and restructuring alternat
  • a trading halt, t
  • has already provided $1 billion for the sector
  • now in serious danger of collapsing.
  • ts 12-month price target of $2.20.
  • $290 million benefit, to be
  • $715 million worth
  • until June 20
  • to $2.95 billion as a
  • of $2.7 billion per yea
  • is $2.2 billion per year.
  • 32,000 people, a 95 per cent reduction from the 705,000 passengers carried across the group during the same period last year.
  • dreaded possibility of repeated outbreaks.
  • $3.56 mark
  • at $7.16, sliding to as low as $2.14
  • highest profile company in the travel industry is Qantas Airways
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  • Auckland
  • $350 to $450 million this year.
  • $2 billion of available liquidity it has with undrawn bank facilities
  • bullish outlook for airport stocks over a two year-plus investment horizon.
  • $5 to $4.50.
  • o $595 million as a dir
  • 25 per cent reduction in property
  • p a third of its revenue last yea
  • property leases i
  • “slow and moderate”
  • Chinese tourism,
  • a high exposure to the COVID-19 crisi
  • given a track record of growth and profitability,
  • around $220 million
  • $65 million by July,
  • 90 per cent lower,
  • 70-80 per cent below norma
  • appreciably improved”
  • s $2.3 billion in available funds
  • $22.70 to $12.50.
  • $960 million
  • investment banks were impressed by Flight Centre’s recapitalisation,
  • g 250 stores
  • 6000 jobs from its global workforce
  • $60 million from the pending sale of the company’s Melbourne property.
  • $200 million in debt
  • $7.20 a share
  • $500 million to $700 million
  • $11.56 (at
  • f $44.66
  • ny Flight Centre,
  • 80 per c
  • t 90 pe
  • ital expenditure to the end of 2020
  • $13 million a month.
  • 440 redundancies
  • ng 60 per cent pay cuts for board and executive
  • $14.44 in January this year
  • 54 per cent discount t
  • issue for $231m.
  • $115 million institutional placemen
  • of $346 million,
  • 43.7 million loss.
  • be traced back to last year,
  • dived 70 per cent.
  • $2 billion
  • was 41 per cen
  • 2024 for international trave
  • o 2023 for domestic
  • return to 2019 levels by 2022
  • on Sydney Airport, i
  • down 85 per cent o
  • it’s been a death trap for investors
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  • If the indicator line is trending up, it shows buying interest, since the stock is closing above the halfway point of the range.
  • icator to move above 80 and then drop back below to signal a possible short trade. The 20 level is less significant in a downtrend.
  • , the stochastic is often used as an overbought and oversold indicator
  • Divergence is another use of the RSI. When the indicator is moving in a different direction than the price, it shows that the current price trend is weakening and could soon revers
  • f the Aroon-up hits 100 and stays relatively close to that level while the Aroon-down stays near zero, that is positive confirmation of an uptrend.
  • When the Aroon-up crosses above the Aroon-down, that is the first sign of a possible trend change.
  • ADX above 20 and DI+ above DI-: That's an uptrend.ADX above 20 and DI- above DI+: That's a downtrend.ADX below 20 is a weak trend or ranging period, often associated with the DI- and DI+ rapidly crisscrossing each other.
  • When the ADX indicator is below 20, the trend is considered to be weak or non-trending.
  • e ADX is above 40, the trend is considered to have a lot of directional strengt
  • . If the price is rising but OBV is falling,
  • , it acts like a trend confirmation tool
  • g total of up volume minus down volume
  • First up, use the on-balance volume indicator (OBV) to measure the positive and negative flow of volume in a security over time.
  • ce volume indicator (OBV) to measure the positive and negative flow
  • On-Balance Volume
  • t seven technical indicators
  •  volume
  • s volu
  • demand of
  • supply
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