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This month’s NAB Business Survey remains true to theme of ongoing recovery in the non-mining economy, building on the already solid growth seen in the recent National Accounts. > Read MoreThe budget… is an exercise in selected refocusing of outlays and receipts to achieve the Government’s focus of growth and jobs. > Read MoreFirms continue to see a favourable business environment, despite pairing back some of the strong gains seen last month. > Read MoreBusiness conditions unchanged at +3, slightly below the long-run average. Business confidence eased to the neutral mark in the March quarter. > Read MoreAustralian consumers spent an estimated $19.3 billion online in the past year, primarily on homewares, groceries, media and fashion. According to National Australia Bank’s (NAB) latest Online Retail Sales Index in-depth report, online spending increased 12.4% over the last year. > Read MoreA resilient economy, solid employment growth, strong household consumption and lower levels of consumer anxiety helped support the charity sector and the ongoing generosity of Australians. > Read MoreThe March quarter NAB Business Survey shows both a resilient non-mining recovery and an outlook that has continued to improve. Both business conditions and confidence remained at levels similar to that seen in the previous quarter. > Read MoreNAB Business Survey suggests non-mining recovery is broadening, and bolstering confidence despite global uncertainties. > Read MoreImprovement in business conditions adding to evidence of a buoyant non-mining recovery. Business confidence also resilient despite global uncertainty > Read MoreBusiness conditions eased slightly to +3, slightly below the long-run average. Business confidence picked up to +3 in the December quarter. > Read MoreBusiness confidence is sub-trend, but holding up reasonably well in the face of financial turmoil. Business conditions eased, but still consistent with non-mining recovery > Read MoreBusiness outlook remains positive despite some pull back in the final quarter of 2015. Suggests global uncertainties continue to be the greatest risk. > Read More
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