Slow economic growth of Australia is unlikely to pick up in the instant term with investment chiefs expecting a tougher outlook for the domestic market in the years ahead.
Michael Karagiannis, MLC Investment Management investment strategist told viewers at recent Morningstar Investment Conference that the economy of Australia at the moment is "very patchy".
Though Karagiannis said that, there was a fact of pockets of the economy of the country which shows strength, like the Western Australian financial system, there are similar parts of the financial system that if not in recession currently then they are not far from it.
He said that, when you include that up you obtain a development rate on average which looks reasonable mainly against economies in the Europe and maybe the United States however frankly he don't consider it essentially points to trace vibrancy in Australian economy at present.
Speaking as part of an investment committee, Michael Karagiannis said that the Australian economy has obviously slowed down in the last year.Karagiannis said that such a slowdown brings with it the risk where, despite interest rate cuts of this week and fiscal policy of Australia which making local headwinds, low down confidence in a grateful household region which remains.
He also added, while that is the case he think many people out there are further focused about looking after their individual personal balance sheet at the moment. The Schroders head of fixed income as well as multi-asset Simon Doyle decided in part Karagiannis, which stating the domestic economy will continue to "carry out it tough" for the upcoming years.
Doyle said that, he guess the way that he see Australia at present is that they are coming off return of a decade where there have been some quite strong tailwinds to the financial system.
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