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Australia’s next phase of growth must be defined by ideas, creativity and execution. By people and businesses that are adaptive, agile, thought leaders and doers. > Read MoreThe NAB SME Survey revealed very strong results across a wide range of indicators in Q2, suggesting that the non-mining recovery is broadening to include smaller businesses. > Read MoreThe NAB Quarterly Business Survey provides valuable insight into Australian business, and offers a more in-depth probe into the conditions facing Australian business than the monthly survey, and also provides extra information about how firms perceive the outlook for their respective industries. > Read MoreBrexit, the latest in a series of shocks to global financial markets, leads up to shave our global growth forecasts by 10 to 20 bps in 2016 and 2017. > Read MoreThe overall narrative of the Survey has not changed this month, even in light of recent disruptions to financial market sentiment. > Read MoreConsumer anxiety has now fallen for each quarter over the past year, as Australians respond to sustained improvements in the labour market and recovery in the non-mining economy. > Read MoreThis 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 More
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