Less can be more: The case for shorter working hours


Believe it or not, working long hours can be bad for business – as well as health. Should you explore the shorter working week?

23 May 2019

Australian agricultural exports 2019: State of play


We examine the last decade in Australian agricultural exports and what’s projected to come.

Economic commentary
17 Jun 2019

China’s economy at a glance – June 2019

Economic commentary

Policy makers ready to stimulate as signs of weakness grow.


Big shifts in our buying habits are seeing Australians spend more on experiences – and that’s forcing retailers to think outside the box.

What picture will Mario Draghi paint of the European economy at the ECB forum today and what does he intend to do about it?

Policy makers ready to stimulate as signs of weakness grow.

Although dwelling values fell in May, the pace of decline continued to ease; a trend that has been evident since the beginning of 2019.

It’s possible to make money and a difference, if your business incorporates shared value into its strategy.

There are rate meetings for the FOMC, Bank of Japan and Bank of England this week, as well as the ECB Forum opening in Portugal tonight.

The Bigger Picture – A Global and Australian Economic Perspective – May 2019.

In this month’s currency podcast, our Head of FX Strategy discusses some changes to NAB’s FX AUD forecasts.

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