The sanctions against Russia look likely to trigger the destruction of globalisation.
The Australian stock market is no longer as heavily affected by the US stock market.
The first rate hike in over 11 years signals the end of cheaper and cheaper debt, which has caused asset bubbles around the world.
Asset inflation has been soaring; now it is the turn of CPI inflation.
The first requirement in investing is to decide on the balance between shares and fixed interest.
Stagflation, higher inflation and negative economic growth, is starting to appear across the world. The global economy is entering rocky waters, whihc will affect Australia.
If interest rates rise, how will that be affected by inflation?
Australia's economic health is starkly at odds with much of the rest of the developed world. Should the authorities make hay while the sun shines or prepare for inflation?
Inflation is soaring overseas, is it coming here?
According to one broker, geopolitical upheaval tends not to have a significant impact. But there are some subtleties.
Is the RBA failing to see the inflation storm clouds forming?
Interest rates look to be on the way up. How will this affect the stock market?