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David Taylor is a finance reporter with the ABC. Before taking up a position with the ABC, David was a financial markets analyst and economics commentator.
He has over 10 years combined experience in both financial markets and the media. His career has seen him work as a stock broker, analyst, commentator and journalist.
He is currently in the UK. He will be acting as Yahoo!7 Finance's Europe Correspondent during his time overseas.
David holds an Economics degree (Syd. Uni), a postgraduate diploma in Applied Finance and Investment (Kaplan), and a graduate diploma in Journalism (UTS). He is also RG146 accredited.
The majority of his analysis and commentary centres around the idea that global money flows are inspired by market-sensitive international macroeconomic developments.David believes achieving a comfortable level of financial security requires investors to take a keen interest in financial and economic developments both at home and overseas. His goal is to help you engage with this world through his writing and research.
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Nations rise and fall. Rome was unstoppable but it fell. The US will do the same. The question is will it be during our lifetime and are we starting to see the initial stages of it now?October 21, 11:03 am
There's never been a clearer opportunity for the world economy to finally get its house in order. But does it want to?October 8, 9:44 am
Let's take a look at some straightforward ways you can read the environment to gain the upper hand on the market.September 23, 1:44 pm
In the space of a week, its economic strength and its role as a world leader started looking shaky.September 9, 11:14 am
Britain may indeed be on the road to recovery, but its economy is also fraught with dangers that are repeated all over the world.August 26, 11:03 am
Is Britain now showing signs that it may be the most resilient developed country in the world?August 12, 11:31 am
Can we steer our Titanic away from China's iceberg?July 17, 10:49 am
A note on the US economy and how it’s influencing the Australian dollarJune 21, 10:05 am
What happens when the central banks stop printing all that extra money?May 30, 1:38 pm
Jobs. That’s what Treasurer Swan's budget was all about. Jobs, jobs, jobs.May 14, 11:16 pm
Deficit has become a dirty word in politics and it shouldn’t be.May 7, 9:25 am
The price of gold is telling a much bigger story about what’s going on in the global economy.April 23, 3:46 pm
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