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  • Commodity Currency Crunch Continues

    Commodity Currency Crunch Continues
    In the world of currencies and interest rates, it’s the further slide in commodity currencies that stands out overnight. Ahead of Fonterra’s latest pronouncements, the NZD was the weakest currency of the past 24 hours, followed by the BRL, AUD then CAD.
  • Workplace wellbeing

    Workplace wellbeing
    As a small business gets bigger it increasingly becomes a people business. Chief Happiness Officer at The Happiness Institute, Dr Timothy Sharp, explains the importance of culture in an organisation and how a person’s immediate manager becomes most vital to a sense of wellbeing.
  • Australian Markets Weekly

    Australian Markets Weekly
    In their most recent quarterly RBA Bulletin released last week, the RBA published a summary of their business liaison program, how they use that to stay abreast of current business conditions and how it has been invaluable in providing warnings of any sudden changes in the business cycle.
  • China Economic Comment – September 2014

    China Economic Comment – September 2014
    Conditions in China’s real estate sector have slowed considerably across 2014. The sector has been a key contributor to economic growth in recent years and a slowing trend will impose greater pressure on other parts of the economy to provide growth momentum, particularly if the Government aims to...
  • USD strength sees AUD fall again

    USD strength sees AUD fall again
    The USD strengthened against all G10 currencies on Friday night, pushing the AUD to a new post-March low of 0.8921, and it has opened up just above that at 0.8935 this morning. The AUD was not helped by a further 1.6% fall in iron ore.
  • Australia, New Zealand and China update

    Australia, New Zealand and China update
    Financial Stability Review, RBA Governor a panellist at the Melbourne Economic Forum and second tier labour market data. Election tomorrow and Trade data next week.
  • Produce the way nature intended

    Produce the way nature intended
    Not all fruit and vegetables can be supermodels – the wonky carrots and curly capsicums farmers often have to throw away are just as tasty and nutritious. As CEO of Spade & Barrow, Katy Barfield is committed to reducing waste and paying farmers a fair price for their whole crop.
  • NAB Quarterly Australian Consumer Anxiety Index – Q3 2014

    NAB Quarterly Australian Consumer Anxiety Index – Q3 2014
    Consumer anxiety moderates after the post budget jump, but some concerns remain elevated. The NAB Consumer Anxiety Index fell to 62.3 points in Q3 (64.5 points in Q2), led by a notable reduction in concern over the ability to fund retirement, cost of living and job security.
  • Smart structuring for philanthropic giving

    Smart structuring for philanthropic giving
    Since 2000, changes have been made to how philanthropic efforts are treated by the Australian tax system – offering smarter ways for donors to arrange their giving to benefit them and future generations. JBWere Consultant, John McLeod discusses how to structure your philanthropic giving.
  • Commodity Update: Minerals and Energy – August 2014

    Commodity Update: Minerals and Energy – August 2014
    Global economic data sent divergent signals to commodity markets in August. China’s outlook gave less comfort in comparison to the better US data. There was more movement in financial markets during the month. Meanwhile further sanctions on Russia were put on hold.
  • China Economic Update – 15 September 2014

    China Economic Update – 15 September 2014
    Weaker than expected industrial production data is likely to generate headlines this month. However these results are not as negative as they may seem – reflecting in part the impact of stimulus in Q3 2013.
  • Australian Markets Weekly

    Australian Markets Weekly
    Business confidence near multi-year highs yet consumer confidence near multi-year lows. Firms profitability being driven by productivity and constrained labour costs. Household income growth near zero over past two years – near recessionary levels.
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