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AMW: budget preview, what we know so far

The Federal Budget is on October 6 and today’s Weekly summarises the key budget initiatives that will likely be announced.

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Markets Today: Taxing issues don’t hold back risk sentiment

US and European equities rose sharply, with rising confidence seeing a fall in the US dollar and a rise in the Aussie.

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ESG investment – an AFR special report

Facilitating the flow of capital towards sustainable initiatives and investing in our economy to drive recovery, create jobs and supercharge innovation has never been more important.

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Technology Fast 50 2020

Calling today’s tech leaders and future disruptors. Nominations are now open for the Deloitte Technology Fast 50.

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IN FOCUS: Infrastructure

The COVID-19 pandemic is set to accelerate the shift to the digital economy, expanding the relatively new asset class of digital infrastructure.

No state or territory will be spared from COVID-19 economic fall-out.

Extracting maximum use from products and resources, by recycling and reusing as much as possible, will help move Australia closer to a circular economy that minimises waste.

The offshore wind industry is booming, with 22GW of installed capacity worldwide and the first project planned for Australia.

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

Despite a big jump in confidence in the Conference Board numbers for the US, there’s not much optimism in the markets today.

US and European equities rose sharply, with rising confidence seeing a fall in the US dollar and a rise in the Aussie.

The Federal Budget is on October 6 and today’s Weekly summarises the key budget initiatives that will likely be announced.

NAB Group Chief Economist Alan Oster talks about the latest impacts of the Coronavirus. Listen now.

COVID19 cases continue to rise in Europe, with numbers in the UK and France now well above the first wave.

NAB Group Chief Economist Alan Oster talks about the latest impacts of the Coronavirus. Listen now.

Equities were rising again in the US overnight on the hopes that a stimulus deal would be struck between the GOP and Democrats, but as optimism turned to reality, prices fell, the US dollar regained some of its strength and bond yields weakened.

NAB had forecast that the Aussie dollar would reach 74 US cents by the end of the year. It did earlier this month but, as global risk sentiment rises, it is rapidly losing ground.

In the US Jerome Powell spelt out very clearly in his testimony before Congress that more fiscal stimulus was needed and had been assumed by many board members in their policy predictions.

The RBA continues to signal further monetary easing is likely.

NAB Group Chief Economist Alan Oster talks about the latest impacts of the Coronavirus. Listen now.

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