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  • The big funding shortfall

    The big funding shortfall
    A recent survey shows that over half of all Australians don’t expect to have enough money to retire on. NAB Group Chief Economist, Alan Oster and General Manager of Wealth, Business Banking, Iain Rogers look at how small business owners and individuals can better prepare for retirement.
  • AUD back above 0.87 despite cautious market sentiment

    AUD back above 0.87 despite cautious market sentiment
    After the pummelling the AUD took yesterday in the wake of a soft August retail sales report, the AUD/USD battled its way back up through 0.87 cents overnight amid choppy moves in the major currencies with the USD marking time overall amid generally still strong US economy reports.
  • China’s rising economy fuels demand for Australian exports

    China’s rising economy fuels demand for Australian exports
    The Australia China Business Council (ACBC) promotes trade and investment between Australia and China. National President, Duncan Calder reflects on this critical partnership as China’s burgeoning economy fuels unprecedented demand for Australian supplies and services.
  • AFR Special Report: Social Impact Investing

    AFR Special Report: Social Impact Investing
    Following a recent NAB-hosted roundtable event on Social Impact Investing, The Australian Financial Review today released editorial covering the topic from two journalists who were in attendance, James Dunn and Jonathan Shapiro.
  • Online Retail Sales Index monthly update – August 2014

    Online Retail Sales Index monthly update – August 2014
    Online retail showed further encouraging signs of growth in August, to be 0.7% higher compared to July, and 8.3% higher compared to a year ago, although slower than July (9% YoY).
  • Australian Markets Weekly

    Australian Markets Weekly
    House prices have been rising briskly in Australia since late 2011. They continued to do so at the weekend with RP Data showing that prices were up in nearly all the major cities and auction clearance rates robust.
  • Rural Commodities Wrap – September 2014

    Rural Commodities Wrap – September 2014
    The overall outlook for rural commodities deteriorated in August and September on account of a weak finish to winter rains in many areas combined with forecasts of abundant global grain supplies and lower prices for major agricultural commodities.
  • Australia – Asia Business Engagement Index (Q2)

    Australia – Asia Business Engagement Index (Q2)
    “The index shows that Australia’s engagement with Asia is dominated by product imports and not surprisingly, our engagement is clearly strongest with China across all sizes of business. But, it is higher for SMEs than the ASX 300” said Alan Oster.
  • 24 hours with Erica and Trudi from hardtofind

    24 hours with Erica and Trudi from hardtofind
    Since 2008, Erica and Trudi’s online gift site has grown to represent more than 700-curated sellers offering 25,000 products. Recently named by SmartCompany as Australia’s seventh fastest growing small business in 2013-2014, the two owners share a day in the life of running hardtofind.
  • Alan Kohler: more than a business spectator

    Alan Kohler: more than a business spectator
    From fresh-faced cadet journalist to business publishing kingpin, Alan Kohler has traversed a lot of ground. In his journey across the desk he’s learned the difference between business commentator and business owner, and just how much graft it takes to make a business work.
  • A Tale of Two Numbers

    A Tale of Two Numbers
    The juxtaposition of another significant downside Eurozone data surprise (German IFO) and a major upside surprise for US New Home Sales has – unsurprisingly – pushed the EUR below 1.28 against the US dollar for the first time since 10 July 2013.
  • Cutting through in South Korea

    Cutting through in South Korea
    With imports and exports worth $9 billion and $19 billion respectively, the Republic of Korea is Australia’s fourth-largest trading partner. We share tips to help Australian business prepare for opportunities in South Korea.
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