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Amy Li

Industry Economist

“Amy holds a first class honours degree in economics from the University of Queensland and was a recipient of the School of Economics scholarship. ”

"Amy is an Industry Economist at NAB Group Economics. Prior to joining NAB in 2013, Amy worked as an economist and computable general equilibrium modeller at asset manager QIC and Queensland Treasury’s Office of Economic and Statistical Research. She also worked on energy policy at the Department of Mines and Energy, as well as interning at Investment Bank UBS in Hong Kong.

Amy holds a first class honours degree in economics from the University of Queensland and was a recipient of the School of Economics scholarship. She also holds a Master of Applied Finance from Queensland University of Technology and is a CFA candidate."

RECENTLY PUBLISHED ARTICLES

The global aluminium market continues to be driven by Chinese producers, which plan to add significant new capacity at lower costs.

2016 is shaping up to be a crucial year for copper producers and copper markets. Its biggest consumer, China, is going through a period of slower economic growth, with structural transitions under way and a depreciating currency.

Online retail showed further encouraging signs of growth in June, to be 0.9% higher compared to May, and 9.5% higher compared to a year ago. On the other hand, ABS data showed negative comparable sales growth at traditional retailers in May, to be 0.3% lower than April

Online retail sales growth rebounded in May, after a small decline in April. Online spending totalled $15.3 billion in the past year. Groceries & Liquor and Electronic Games & Toys continued to strengthen while Daily Deals and Personal & Recreational Goods experienced negative growth

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