The AUD is finally showing the signs of the repressed commodity prices, which are moving back to normalised levels
The AUD is finally showing the signs of the repressed commodity prices, which are moving back to normalised levels. Yet old habits die hard and the low interest rate environment in Australia is keeping Australian investors in property even though Australia now has the second most expensive property market in the world, according to the IMF, and according to the Economist, measured against income is 33% overvalued. Selling can be a lot harder than buying, however Australian investors who are overweight Australian investments and property, need to consider the offshore investment proposition. In certain areas overseas property prices are still severely depressed post the GFC. When you go to an auction, you look for a bargain. So where is the bargain? It is certainly not Australia.
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