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The impact of the win in the U.S. Presidential election by Mr Trump is at this stage highly uncertain > Read MoreBusiness confidence has proven to be relatively resilient this year, but did moderate in October – falling 2 points to +4 index points (below the long-run average of +6). > Read MoreAustralian housing market sentiment improved in the third quarter of 2016, supported by more positive expectations for house price growth. > Read MoreInnovation in independent schools led by doing things differently and cost efficiently. > Read MoreBy Dean PearsonThe NAB SME Survey is the leading business survey of small businesses in Australia, and complements the comprehensive Quarterly NAB Business Survey. > Read MoreThe quarterly iteration of the NAB Business Survey provides additional valuable insight into Australian business than the regular NAB Monthly Business Survey. This publication offers a more in-depth probe into the conditions facing Australian business. > Read MoreThe outlook for the labour market is key. While we continue to expect the unemployment rate to remain in its recent range between 5½% and 5¾%, the recent softening in trend employment growth bears close watching. > Read MoreThe NAB Monthly Business Survey still suggest solid levels of activity in the non-mining economy, but points to relatively patchy conditions at the industry level. > Read MoreConsumer anxiety eases as concerns over jobs, the cost of living and government policy continue to moderate. > Read MoreThe results from this month’s survey remain broadly consistent with our prior view of the economy and the near-term outlook. It points to a patchy, but sustained, improvement in the non-mining economy, with the major services sectors and construction leading the way. > Read MoreAustralia’s wellbeing has fallen across all measures – life satisfaction, life worth, happiness and anxiety. > Read MoreBy Dean PearsonBusiness sentiment has shown great resilience to external shocks in the July NAB Monthly Business Survey, with firms choosing to remain focussed on the positive trends within their own business. > Read More
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