FEATURE STORIES

Professional Services

How can law firms meet SME clients’ evolving needs?

Business

NAB’s inaugural Legal Services Industry Survey offers key insights into what SMEs truly need and value.

Agribusiness
23 Sep 2019

Is crop diversity the future of Australian agriculture?

Agribusiness

Timothy Reeves of the University of Melbourne discusses why there’s a real opportunity to grow a wider range of crops and build a more sustainable Australian agriculture model.

Economic commentary
18 Sep 2019

NAB Cashless Retail Sales Index: August 2019

Economic commentary

This result points to a modest improvement in retail sales, albeit from a poor result last month.

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

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

Timothy Reeves of the University of Melbourne discusses why there’s a real opportunity to grow a wider range of crops and build a more sustainable Australian agriculture model.

Hopes of a quick resolution to the US China trade dispute seem as unlikely as ever.

RBA to cut in October and again in December, taking the cash rate to 0.5% by year’s end.

There’s rising expectation the RBA will cut interest rates at their next meeting.

The Federal Reserve cut rates but didn’t give a clear indication of further cuts or promise the return of QE.

Companies sometimes seek changes to covenants during the life of a 10 to 15-year note. In this article, we examine the issues that can prompt such a request.

This result points to a modest improvement in retail sales, albeit from a poor result last month.

The recent NAB Super Evolution conference considered the implications of low interest rates on investments and asset allocations, and how that could affect superannuation returns.

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