INSIDE INVESTOR: What the global rebalance means for investors

Ben Bernanke's taper talks have pushed the Aussie dollar down – just in time for many industries. The bad news is that China's slowdown will have an immediately impact on our economy.

Ever since Ben Bernanke opened his mouth in late May and mentioned the word “taper”, financial markets have been in turmoil.

Markets of all persuasion – for stocks, currencies, bonds and commodities – did a sharp about-face.

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Ever since Ben Bernanke opened his mouth in late May and mentioned the word “taper”, financial markets have been in turmoil.

Markets of all persuasion – for stocks, currencies, bonds and commodities – did a sharp about-face.

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