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Markets Today: glimmer of hope for Europe

European markets reacted to better than expected PMI numbers on Friday

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Infrastructure financing – in for the long haul

Investing in infrastructure is a long-term trend that will continue to endure global economic challenges, generating healthy returns and diversification opportunities as investors enhance focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors.

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Cleaner, cheaper electricity: Australian National Outlook 2019

In a new CSIRO report, Australian energy productivity and low emission technologies offer affordable, reliable energy and create new opportunities and sources of comparative advantage if three key levers are implemented.

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IN FOCUS: Infrastructure

Investing in infrastructure is a long-term trend that will continue to endure global economic challenges, generating healthy returns and diversification opportunities as investors enhance focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors.

The rising global stature of Asian investors and their search for fresh avenues to deploy their expanding wealth is aiding the growth of new markets.

In a new CSIRO report, Australian energy productivity and low emission technologies offer affordable, reliable energy and create new opportunities and sources of comparative advantage if three key levers are implemented.

According to a new report by CSIRO, Australia will have well-connected, affordable capital and satellite cities that offer equal access to quality jobs, lifestyle amenities, education and health services if three levers are implemented.

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

Economic growth is slowing as public demand continues to be the main driver of GDP growth.

NAB’s Non-Rural Commodity Price Index is expected to increase by 0.9% quarter on quarter in Q2 2019, a little stronger than anticipated in May.

European markets reacted to better than expected PMI numbers on Friday

Investing in infrastructure is a long-term trend that will continue to endure global economic challenges, generating healthy returns and diversification opportunities as investors enhance focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors.

The market continues to respond to the Dovish Fed statement yesterday with a rally in US equities, falls in Treasury yields and a fall in the US dollar.

The rising global stature of Asian investors and their search for fresh avenues to deploy their expanding wealth is aiding the growth of new markets.

NAB fine-tunes timing of rate call: RBA to cut in July to 1%

The Fed has kept rates on hold but have kept the door wide open for future rate cuts.

The federal election and lower expected interest rates have contributed to a rebound in business confidence- but not business conditions.

There’s been a lot of movement in equities and bonds.

Australia is at a crossroads and we face a stark choice – strive towards a more positive future of growth and prosperity or suffer a slow decline.

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