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Markets Today: Commodities down, but inflation fears stay high

22 October 2021

The biggest moves across Global Markets have been seen in the US rates market, where break-even inflation rates have jumped by a full 10 basis points at both 5 and 10 years.

NAB Cyber Security Insights Webinar

21 October 2021

Cybercriminals are targeting Australian businesses at unprecedented rates, and a strong cyber security program has never been more important.

NAB Special Consumer Insight Report: Victoria – Emerging from lockdown

21 October 2021

Restaurants, haircuts and shops are the top priorities for Victorians post lockdown. In addition 2 in 3 are planning to “splurge” once lockdown ends.

NAB Quarterly Business Survey – September 2021

21 October 2021

Conditions and confidence hit by lockdowns in Q3.

NAB Economics Data Insights – week ending 16 October 2021

21 October 2021

The first full week of Sydney reopening and NSW jumped (up around 15% in the week – reflecting hospitality and personal services (e.g. hairdressers) reopening, but other states showed weakness.

What to do when your super reaches its limits

21 October 2021

The caps on super mean many of Australia’s wealthiest families are looking to park their savings elsewhere. So what are the options?

Markets Today: The inflation debate heats up

21 October 2021

The S&P 500 has extended its winning streak to a sixth day with mixed earnings and a subdued Fed Beige report not enough to derail the positive vibes

NAB Quarterly Australian Residential Property Survey Q3 2021

20 October 2021

Market data shows house prices slowing, sales easing, and building approvals falling, the survey is also pointing to a market that has passed its peak.

ESG and capital report: equity

20 October 2021

Companies with strong ESG characteristics are experiencing increased availability of equity and a reduced cost of equity.

Markets Today: Earnings anything but a damp squid

20 October 2021

If the market is rethinking how soon the Fed might lift rates, there was nothing from incoming Fed speakers overnight to support this view.