Exciting new episode of Coolabah’s Complexity Premia Podcast out now!

Complexity Premia Podcast, Episode 37

Silicon Valley Bank; Credit Suisse; the Transfer of Wealth from Equity to Debt; Aussie Banks win in Flight to Quality; Default Cycle Ramps Up; Consumer Buffers; Best Trades and more...

In this new, unscripted episode of the Complexity Premia podcast, Chris and Ying Yi discuss a range of important developments including:

  • Recent performance,
  • The coming US recession,
  • Ramping up of the default cycle,
  • The Credit Suisse collapse,
  • Implications of Silicon Valley and CS for bank bondholders,
  • Central banks pausing rates,
  • Huge consumer buffers,
  • NSW aggressively paying-back debt,
  • Trades we like, and
  • The RBA review.


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