Market weathering the storm

By Andrew Wardle
Updated September 8 2020 - 1:40pm, first published 12:53pm
Drought conditions, fire destruction and the COVID-19 pandemic have all contributed to a climate of turbulence and exceptional conditions.
Drought conditions, fire destruction and the COVID-19 pandemic have all contributed to a climate of turbulence and exceptional conditions.

The market has certainly come a long way since the clouds began to gather above the horizon a while ago. The outlook was grey. Historical drought conditions, unparalleled fire destruction, combined with the unprecedented COVID pandemic, have all contributed to a climate of turbulence and exceptional conditions. A few months along, perhaps we are beginning to weather the storm. The market at the moment is very solid. Some even say "it's as good as it gets".

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