Today Australia’s Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, distanced himself from Western governments around the world by declaring it “business as usual” in the face of the Coronavirus Covid-19. Continue reading
In June 2009, my wife and I travelled the length of the USA for five weeks—and up and down the east coast from Washington DC to Boston and back to New York.
This was at the time when H1N1 Swine Flu had reared its head just 2 months earlier, and was in the process of infecting 57 million Americans eventually killing 12,000 of them while no one knew how bad it was really going to get.
Yet, we weren’t scared in the slightest. Continue reading
This is not 1987 though last night, Wall Street experienced its worst crash since Black Monday. With experts already predicting not just a global recession but a global “economic shutdown” prior, one thing is clear. We are now living in the “Information Era” and that means official communication now drives markets more than ever. Continue reading