This still only puts us at a year-on-year growth rate of 0.6%— Geoff Blount
We’re more resilient that we give ourselves credit for... Imagine what we can do if we get our act just half in order?— Geoff Blount
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The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Geoff Blount, Managing Director at BayHill Capital.
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In the first quarter mining shrank by 18%. So this growth rate is largely due to base effects.— Geoff Blount
The weak rand is, finally, helping exporters.— Geoff Blount
Government consumption is lower than we’ve seen in the past. The massive gravy train seems to have slowed, a bit.— Geoff Blount
We’re investing less for the future; reducing our overall capability to grow.— Geoff Blount
Growth will muddle back to 1%, if we’re lucky.— Geoff Blount
As soon as this economy shows signs of life the Reserve Bank is likely to put the brakes on.— Geoff Blount
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