Relative Return: Gauging the economic influence of Swift's Aussie tour

15 February 2024
| By Staff |
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Swiftonomics are occupying the minds of Australian economists as the artist begins the Australian leg of her tour.

AMP’s chief economist, Shane Oliver, a self-proclaimed Swiftie, predicts that Taylor Swift’s tour will inject $400 million into the economy.

In this podcast, he discusses the economic impact that Swift’s tour may have on Australia, including:

  • Possible effects on inflation.
  • Whether or not the tour could influence the RBA’s next rate decision.
  • The idea of Swiftonomics and how Taylor Swift has moved from music charts to the financial sphere.

And more.

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