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I can’t help but think that for currency at least, it’s the ‘safest’ haven there is at the moment. Okay so they’ll sink sometime if their export market tanks (which if the EZ goes tits it will due to ‘the chain’). At the moment though given the natural resources, low population, political setup and geographical location, it seems that’ll they’ll be able to string the line the longest. If the US prints more and more and China starts dumping the $, then AUS still has a massive export market (for the time being). Again given their factors they could run a closed economy pretty well and when everywhere else starts sinking they have the capacity to take as much ‘talent’ as they like.

*lumps more in*

PS I did link the 10 year but obviously the webpage is asp based or summat like that

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