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Top 10 holiday songs as picked by Australia’s top economic commentators: Part 1

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With Christmas just around the corner, the team at InvestorDaily reveals the top 10 holiday songs as picked by Australia’s top economic commentators.

In the first instalment of our Holiday top 10, we bring you a playlist curated by the investments team at VanEck:

1. Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer - Elmo & Patsy

“Crypto’s 2022 performance.”

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2. Silent Night - Bing Crosby

“Banks keeping silent on lifting savings rates.”

3. Run Rudolph Run - Chuck Berry

“Philip Lowe trying to outrun inflation without plunging the country into a recession.”

4. We Need a Little Christmas - Johnny Mathis

“It’s been a stressful year for investors, we all need a little Christmas (and hopefully a Santa rally).”

5. Here Comes Santa Claus - Gene Autry

“International quality small caps could outperform as we exit a downturn.”

6. Last Christmas - Wham!

“The Fed switching from a ‘transitory’ narrative to more pain to come.”

7. All I Want for Christmas Is You - Mariah Carey

“Hoping for a Fed pivot.”

8. O Come, All Ye Faithful - John Francis Wade

“Investors staying invested or staying the course to reap the upside when the market rebounds.”

9. Baby, It's Cold Outside - Frank Loesser

“Those who invested in coal and or commodities are warm and cosy inside, but it’s cold outside for those who didn’t.”

10. Do You Hear What I Hear? - Bing Crosby

“Investors listening for signs of China reopening.”

Top 10 holiday songs as picked by Australia’s top economic commentators: Part 1

With Christmas just around the corner, the team at InvestorDaily reveals the top 10 holiday songs as picked by Australia’s top economic commentators.

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