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David Taylor is a journalist 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.
David recently spent time living and working as a journalist in Britain and North America, developing his knowledge of international affairs.
David holds an Economics degree (Syd. Uni), a postgraduate diploma in Applied Finance and Investment (Kaplan), and a graduate diploma in Journalism (UTS).
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.
If you donated recently to the recovery effort of a natural disaster, you’ll never know exactly where your money went.June 1, 9:21 am
David Taylor looks at this year’s budget beneficiaries.May 13, 1:11 pm
Joe Hockey is trying to tackle a huge budget deficit and in the process it has cost him a lot of good press. So what is a Treasurer to do?May 12, 9:18 am
David Taylor looks at some of the key issues facing Joe Hockey in next month’s Federal Budget.April 29, 1:39 pm
So you’ve decided you’d like to be an investor. Here's how to get started.April 13, 2:20 pm
Sick of fretting about the markets? Use that time to build wealth instead.March 23, 12:41 pm
This is an unprecedented time in Australia's economic history.March 9, 12:07 pm
David Taylor looks at how much upside is left in this latest share market bull-run.February 24, 5:17 pm
What is Glenn Stevens playing at? I think the answer is simple. He doesn’t want to ‘rock the boat’.February 2, 9:47 am
Here are two economic events that will continue to have direct benefits for all Australians.January 27, 9:52 am
The Russian economy is in dire straits, while the Aussie dollar continues to head south. I take a look at what could happen from here, and what it means for you.January 12, 10:01 am
A look back at key events that shaped 2014.December 23, 10:39 am
For those who usually ride the ups and downs of the market, I believe now is the time to play it safe.December 22, 2:44 pm
The engine room of the global economy is starting to run out of steam. But like anything else, you can prepare for an economic downturn or recession.December 9, 12:26 pm
Will the world dip into a recession? Will China continue to slow? And what's in store for Australia?November 17, 12:33 pm
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