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NAB Group Economics

NAB Group Economics

“A leading team of economists who provide updates on domestic, international and industrial economic trends”

NAB’s Group Economics consists of a leading team of economists who provide accurate, timely and relevant updates on domestic, international and industrial economic trends.

Headed up by the Group Chief Economist, Alan Oster, the team is comprised of three distinct departments:

- Australian economics and commodities
- International economics
- Industry economics

The team publish a wealth of content including reports, surveys, forecasts and indexes.

RECENTLY PUBLISHED ARTICLES

The overall trend in consumption spending continues to improve, but in 4-week moving average terms is down 7.8% over the same time last year and 5.8% since the start of 2020.

NAB Group Chief Economist Alan Oster unpacks the latest consumption data and the results are encouraging.

April crash, tentative recovery in May.

Biljana Nikolova, Customer Executive GEC explores the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on Australia’s Education sector with Dean Pearson, Head of Economics Research and discusses with Jack Stevens (CEO, Edstart) how NAB and Edstart are supporting schools and parents during this challenging time.

NAB Group Chief Economist Alan Oster talks about the latest impacts of the Coronavirus. Listen now.

NAB Group Chief Economist Alan Oster talks about the latest impacts of the Coronavirus. Listen now.

NAB Group Chief Economist Alan Oster talks about the latest impacts of the Coronavirus. Listen now.

The latest economic data from China continues to highlight some challenges in its recovery phase.

We have revised down our forecasts for global GDP and now expect -3.8% in 2020, while we expect Australian GDP to fall by 8.5%.

NAB Group Chief Economist Alan Oster talks about the latest impacts of the Coronavirus. Listen now.

Large falls in consumption-based spending although the pace of decline looks to have stabilised. However business payment inflows have weakened further.

A massive contraction in global activity has occurred due to COVID-19.

Our forecasts are broadly unchanged – we still expect a fall of 8.5% in GDP in H1 2020 before a rebound in growth in Q4.

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