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Could corporate health be for you?

Business

There are good reasons to join forces with like-minded medical practitioners – but there are challenges to consider, too. NAB Health’s Tim Daha and Stephen Power take a look at the pros and cons of corporate medicine.

Agribusiness
12 Oct 2018

NAB Rural Commodities Wrap: October 2018

Agribusiness

The NAB Rural Commodities Index rose 6.5% in September, recording the biggest monthly gain since December 2010.

Economic commentary
17 Oct 2018

NAB Monthly Cashless Retail Sales Index September 2018

Economic commentary

The NAB Cashless Retail Sales Index gained 0.2% in September on a month-on-month basis, its weakest result since April this year. Five out of six major categories grew in the month; while other retailing contracted.

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

The NAB Cashless Retail Sales Index gained 0.2% in September on a month-on-month basis, its weakest result since April this year. Five out of six major categories grew in the month; while other retailing contracted.

US shares are racing ahead again on earnings results and further evidence of a strong US economy.

AUD/USD positively correlated to oil prices more often than not.

There are good reasons to join forces with like-minded medical practitioners – but there are challenges to consider, too. NAB Health’s Tim Daha and Stephen Power take a look at the pros and cons of corporate medicine.

This week, we’re reproducing a thematic piece on US stock market valuations.

Still hope a Brexit deal can be found, fears of a US response to the death of a journalist in Saudi Arabia seem to have been put on hold, keeping oil prices in check. And a look ahead to today’s NZ inflation figures.

The lure of cash remains, even as younger Australians embrace cashless payments.

In US dollar terms, the NAB non-rural commodity price index rose marginally in Q3 2018 – increasing by 0.4% qoq. The strong upturn in the first quarter of this year contributed to a much more significant increase in year-on-year terms – up by 8.2%.

The pound has fallen sharply as the currency markets opened on the news that a Brexit deal this week is looking very unlikely.

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