Are we there yet? MWI, Australia’s economic momentum

by | Sep 14, 2020 | Economy & Markets

MWI is a weighted index of the most recent published economic data, daily forward-looking market data and present economic sentiment. It is a blend of indices and financial market prices which both capture where the economy has been and foreshadow where it is headed. 


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    I don’t understand what this article is trying to convey – why is the Y axis unlabelled? If it is “MWI”, how is it calculated, what does it mean for certain numbers to be hit?

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      I agree with you but remember it is published without any discussion .It almost seems like a space filler

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      It is probably published just for them to link it in one of their articles. Or something.

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    The federal government needs to spend more. A federal job guarantee, combined with social and economic infrastructure in new sustainable industries, and more spending on health, education and aged care.

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