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Phin Ziebell

Phin Ziebell

Senior Analyst, Economics

“Responsible for analysing and reporting on the trends and developments in the agribusiness industry, working in conjunction with bankers in NAB’s Agribusiness division.”

Phin is NAB's Agribusiness Economist. He is responsible for analysing and reporting on the trends and developments in the agribusiness industry and works closely in conjunction with bankers in NAB’s Agribusiness division.

Phin graduated with bachelor degrees in Commerce and Arts from the University of Melbourne and joined NAB in mid-2014. He was previously an economist at the Victorian Department of Primary Industries and Victorian Treasury.

RECENTLY PUBLISHED ARTICLES

Improved seasonal conditions drive a 17-point jump in NAB’s National Agribusiness Conditions Index.

Rural commodities continue to climb.

Rural commodities resilient amid COVID-19 crisis.

Risks remain amid rapid rise in cattle prices.

Good January rainfall across key agricultural production areas drove the NAB Rural Commodities Index 4.6% higher this month, despite the impact of bushfires and coronavirus.

Dairy dynamics: prices, drought and costs impacting dairy landscape.

High cost of water dries up basin profit margins.

Wheat crop cops sharp downgrade amid tough spring.

Seasonal conditions and declining winter crop forecasts reflect drop in NAB Rural Commodities Index.

Resilient cattle and lamb prices sustain flat NAB Rural Commodities Index.

The NAB Rural Commodities Index rose 0.5% in June.

Horticulture exports grow to rival Australian lamb and dairy.

Cattle markets and southern rain stabilises NAB’s Rural Commodities Index

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