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Markets Today: Delays, good and bad

There’s still no sign of an end to the US China trade dispute as the end of the cease-fire period draws closer.

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Boosting Australia’s gas supply

As electricity prices continue to rise and domestic gas supply across eastern Australia tightens, Cooper Energy is one company that’s thinking big so it can be a significant part of the solution.

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Bringing together councils, universities & companies to support clean energy

Pioneered by City of Melbourne, participants of the Melbourne Renewable Energy Project combined their renewable energy demand to support a new renewable energy development.

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Australian Markets Weekly – 2018 wrap and 2019 thoughts

In today’s Weekly – our last for 2018 – we cover these developments as we wrap up 2018, and look forward to 2019.

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IN FOCUS: Infrastructure

As electricity prices continue to rise and domestic gas supply across eastern Australia tightens, Cooper Energy is one company that’s thinking big so it can be a significant part of the solution.

New infrastructure is a fundamental piece of Western Sydney’s growth plans.

Pioneered by City of Melbourne, participants of the Melbourne Renewable Energy Project combined their renewable energy demand to support a new renewable energy development.

Macquarie saw demand for long tenors and appetite for socially responsible investments.

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

There was renewed hope at the tail end of last week the answer to the US China trade dispute isn’t far away.

There’s still no sign of an end to the US China trade dispute as the end of the cease-fire period draws closer.

As electricity prices continue to rise and domestic gas supply across eastern Australia tightens, Cooper Energy is one company that’s thinking big so it can be a significant part of the solution.

There is an increasing expectation that blockchain will play a major role as a future economic driver.

Theresa May has won the confidence vote in her government, so she can battle on with Brexit.

Augmented Yield Curves in the US and Australia – what do they tell us about the growth outlook for Australia and the US?

Theresa May’s government faced a massive defeat in Parliament with a 230 vote loss on their Brexit withdrawal agreement.

The US government shutdown is now in its 25th day but the direction of the global economy is a bigger concern.

In the first AMW of the New Year we investigate the important issue of the likelihood of a US recession occurring over the next 12-18 months.

The shutdown impacting parts of the US government remains, the passing of Theresa May’s meaningful vote on Brexit seems unlikely and negative data from Europe has some wondering whether the region is already in recession.

Fed Chair Jay Powell’s comments at the Economic Club in Washington supports risk sentiment.

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