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14 May 2021 Alan Oster Podcast – The latest economic news

14 May 2021

NAB Group Chief Economist Alan Oster talks about the latest economic news. Listen now.

Markets Today: Fewer jobless claims

14 May 2021

USA equities came bouncing back after yesterday’s sharp response to the higher than anticipated CPI numbers.

Markets Today: The inflation shock we were warned about

13 May 2021

US CPI numbers came in on the high side and markets have reacted swiftly with equities falling sharply and the bond sell-off pushing Treasury yields up.

2021 NAB Federal Budget Digital Event

13 May 2021

Watch our digital events to find out what the budget means for you, businesses across Australia, and the economy.

FX and your business weekly podcast: 15 May 2021

12 May 2021

Our new podcast series to help small to medium sized businesses make sense of current market movements. This week’s podcast includes a focus on inflation and FX implications .

Markets Today: Vertigo and inflation fears

12 May 2021

The risk off mood is being driven by increasing inflation concerns.

2021 Federal Budget: What it means for Wealth

12 May 2021

What does the budget mean for investment markets? In this report, we unpack the Federal Budget and highlight some high level implications for investment markets in Australia.

2021 Federal Budget: What it means for Individuals

12 May 2021

Tax cuts were on the agenda in the 2021 Federal Budget – along with significant changes to super for older people and women and cuts to the cost of childcare.

2021 Federal Budget: What it means for Health

12 May 2021

Aged care, mental health, vaccine and NDIS funding headlined in the 2021 Federal Budget – plus women’s health funding and tax incentives for biotech start-ups.

2021 Federal Budget: What it means for Education

12 May 2021

Childcare, pre-schools and job training featured heavily in this year’s Federal Budget, with some big spending initiatives on the table.