Employment growth is realish.
Strong focus on the implications of the beginning of normalisation of rates by the Bank of Canada.
The NAB Monthly Business Survey was a little softer in May, but still points to a healthy business sector. Business conditions are elevated and confidence is holding up above long-run average levels.
Business versus households – how will the situation resolve itself?
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After a slow start to the year, early indications for June quarter GDP are pointing to an acceleration in growth.
Underemployment dragging on wages growth.
How much spare capacity is in the labour market?
Labour market outlook to improve.
The NAB Monthly Business Survey posted another strong result in April, with both business conditions and confidence improving – pointing to ongoing strength in business activity in the near-term.
The NAB Quarterly Business Survey generally paints an encouraging picture of both current business activity and the outlook.
In March, the NAB Monthly Business Survey results pointed to an overall healthy economy that is gaining momentum, at least in the near-term.
Results from the March NAB Monthly Business Survey point to an overall healthy economy that is gaining momentum, at least in the near-term.
The APRA Chairman and RBA Governor both make clear that the recent moves reflect a desire to further tighten lending standards in what is considered to be an environment of heightened risks.