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  • Writer's pictureEdward Ballsdon

South Korea and Australia

(Published 7 Sep 2023)


  • A scan of South Korean and Australian markets show that price sentiment is weakening for their equity indices and currencies.

  • This is not surprising given the impact that higher interest rates will have on their over leveraged private sectors.

  • There are some very key price support levels, multi-year in one case, to monitor that if broken could lead to new trends.

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