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Markets Today: Optimism knocked back by Trump announcement

US equities continued to rally as investors looked for signs the economy would be getting back on track. But then …

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IN FOCUS: 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.

Janari Tonoike, head of NAB Japan Securities Limited, National Australia Bank’s (NAB) new Tokyo-based, wholly-owned subsidiary, showcases the long-standing relationship between Japan and Australia, and explains how the new entity can help investors and borrowers in both markets and beyond connect better in a challenging global business environment.

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

A look at the Australasian ESG debt markets during the last month.

US equities continued to rally as investors looked for signs the economy would be getting back on track. But then …

The overall trend in consumption spending continues to improve, but in 4-week moving average terms is down 7.8% over the same time last year and 5.8% since the start of 2020.

NAB Group Chief Economist Alan Oster unpacks the latest consumption data and the results are encouraging.

New podcast: NAB CEO and Group Chief Economist on how Australia will rise again.

The Australian dollar has lost ground as China threatened to ban imports of Australian coal.

There’s a strong risk-on mood in the markets this morning.

April crash, tentative recovery in May.

Budget revision provides scope for additional stimulus to shore up recovery.

Equities have staged a broad-based rebound and are expected to continue as markets reopen in the US and UK.

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

The unrest in Hong Kong is likely to impact the Australian dollar.

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