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Australia’s wellbeing falls, but the gap by income now at its narrowest in almost 3 years. Wellbeing diverging across the country, highest in TAS & lowest in WA. Home ownership a significant differentiator. Household financial stress up slightly but falling for low income earners & rising sharply for those on higher incomes. The share of Australians experiencing some form of financial hardship now at a survey low.
Housing values are still rising at the national level, however, with a rise of just 0.6% over the month, April’s growth rate was the lowest reading since October 2020.
Corporate giving and community investment, alongside high net worth giving, is the fastest growing segment of social impact funding.
RISING BUILDING COSTS AND A TRADES SHORTFALL ISN’T DAMPENING DEMAND, AS AUSTRALIANS EMERGE FROM TWO YEARS OF LOCKDOWNS, DETERMINED TO CREATE THEIR DREAM HOME.
Research shows that the vast majority of family wealth is lost by the third generation.
With the end of the financial year fast approaching, now’s the time to review your investment and tax strategies. The seven ideas here will help you to grow and preserve your wealth.
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Australia is going to see the greatest transfer of wealth in its history.
The coming year will deliver both opportunities and challenges.
As we enter the Year of the Tiger, NAB’s Gerard Burg reminds us why Asia will continue to be the region of opportunities post-COVID.
An apartment in the city, a home in the country and a rental place in the ‘burbs.
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The return of wealthy expats and pent-up demand has fuelled record-breaking prestige sales, making for a year unlike any other.
A more positive risk backdrop begins the new week. US equities are higher, the S&P500 up 1.9%, extending a turnaround after dipping into bear market territory intraday on Friday.
The S&P500 falls into bear market terrain Friday before late day pull-up
Although employment growth disappointed yesterday, and along with wages data from earlier in the week, remains consistent with a rate rise of 25bp by the RBA in June.
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has started raising rates for the first time since November 2010. What does this mean for commercial borrowers? Watch now.
Our latest weekly consumer tracking data to 14 May was broadly quite encouraging.
NAB’s Commercial Property Index rose to +11 pts in Q1, building on the gains seen in the last quarter when the index moved back into positive territory for the first time in 2 years.
Consumer stress rises as concerns over cost of living hit a 2-year high. But, ahead of the federal election & with very low unemployment, stress relating to government policy & job security eased.
The S&P500 high to low fall since the early January high puts it down 19% year to date and although not officially in bear market territory yet, looks to be only a matter of time.