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  • Monthly Business Survey – August 2014

    Monthly Business Survey – August 2014
    Business confidence remains resilient despite easing a little in August, supported by positive forward orders, subdued cost pressures and more stable consumer confidence. Positive business conditions are also helping despite falling back in the month.
  • Australian Markets Weekly

    Australian Markets Weekly
    Speaking with clients in Adelaide last week, it was something of a surprise that the NAB Business Survey improved further in July, with NAB Business Conditions making some further ground to now be above its long term average.
  • NAB Monthly Business Survey – July 2014

    NAB Monthly Business Survey – July 2014
    Business confidence again surprised on the upside, supported by better business conditions (largely reflecting sales and profits) and a surge in retailer confidence. Firms still unfazed about the Budget (for now). Conditions jumped to a four year high
  • ASX 300 Quarterly Business Survey – June 2014

    ASX 300 Quarterly Business Survey – June 2014
    Business confidence among Australia’s largest firms dropped significantly – from a position of above average confidence relative to the broader economy to marginally below. Businesses are reacting to the subdued domestic demand outlook.
  • Quarterly Business Survey – June 2014

    Quarterly Business Survey – June 2014
    Business confidence eased a touch, but remains at relatively resilient levels post-budget. Business conditions improved marginally as underperforming industries improve. Forward indicators point to further modest improvement over coming months.
  • Monthly Business Survey – June 2014

    Monthly Business Survey – June 2014
    Business confidence recorded an unexpected increase in the month, with firms apparently shrugging off the sharp deterioration in consumer confidence that followed May’s Federal budget. Firms are sticking to their expectation for stronger activity despite business conditions remaining
  • Monthly Business Survey – May 2014

    Monthly Business Survey – May 2014
    Business confidence survived the government’s ‘tough budget’ intact, but business conditions eased again (reflecting sales). Employment and profits were steady at soft levels. Conditions are mixed across industries, but are generally negative outside of services
  • Monthly Business Survey – April 2014

    Monthly Business Survey – April 2014
    Business conditions more subdued in April but confidence up marginally – shrugging off ‘tough budget’ rhetoric. Sales eased slightly, employment slightly better but still soft, profits weaker. Conditions remain volatile and mixed across industries…
  • ASX 300 Quarterly Business Survey – March 2014

    ASX 300 Quarterly Business Survey – March 2014
    Business conditions for ASX 300 maintained momentum in the first quarter of 2014 – the broader economy weakened as it dipped back into negative territory. Confidence for larger firms surged to its highest level in the 3-year history of the survey.
  • Quarterly Business Survey – March 2014

    Quarterly Business Survey – March 2014
    Business confidence eased from its recent high but remained elevated in the March quarter. Business conditions were soft, but are now much better than 6-months earlier. Forward indicators point to further modest improvements over coming months.
  • Monthly Business Survey – February 2014

    Monthly Business Survey – February 2014
    Recent recovery short lived? Business conditions back-pedalled sharply in February reversing around half post election gains. Confidence softened but still remains marginally above trend. Sales and employment fell markedly during the month, with the latter pointing to very weak labour
  • ASX 300 Quarterly Business Survey – December 2013

    ASX 300 Quarterly Business Survey – December 2013
    Business conditions for larger firms improved significantly in the December quarter – outperforming firms in the broader economy. However, confidence weakened slightly for larger firms – dropping below conditions and breaking away from the exuberance of the broader economy.
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