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Markets Today: More talk before truce

There’s a little apprehension in the markets this morning because the US China trade deal might not be a done deal.

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More affordable and specialist homes

More Australians will be able to access affordable housing following a $2 billion commitment from NAB which will see more homes being built across the nation.

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Becoming Australia’s most connected port: Port of Melbourne

With the help of some big thinking and timely funding, Port of Melbourne has gone from strength to strength as they meet the needs of a growing Australian economy.

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NAB Superannuation FX Hedging Survey 2019: summary

Our 9th biennial survey – the only survey of its kind to examine hedging techniques of Australian super funds – captures their shifting priorities in this rapidly changing landscape.

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IN FOCUS: Infrastructure

More Australians will be able to access affordable housing following a $2 billion commitment from NAB which will see more homes being built across the nation.

The Australian economy grew by 1.4% over the year to the June 2019, its weakest growth since 2009.

With the help of some big thinking and timely funding, Port of Melbourne has gone from strength to strength as they meet the needs of a growing Australian economy.

Global renewable energy owner, operator and developer, Pacific Hydro partnered with NAB to realise its renewable energy vision.

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

We used the MARTIN model to explore holding the cash rate at low levels for a longer period of time.

There’s a little apprehension in the markets this morning because the US China trade deal might not be a done deal.

With growth having slowed in Q2 2019, there appears limited prospect of a turnaround in Q3 – given the relative weakness in business surveys, market expectations and the deteriorating global trade environment.

More Australians will be able to access affordable housing following a $2 billion commitment from NAB which will see more homes being built across the nation.

US-China trade talks and Brexit negotiations both look like some sort of deal could be reached.

The downtrend in the AUD/USD took a pause in September, where the currency ended the month 0.3 cents higher than where it began.

Three decades of stable economic growth, generated by widespread political and economic harmony, is in danger of being eroded by increasing political polarisation.

Unchanged forecasts with low rates expected to persist.

NAB’s Non-Rural Commodity Price Index is forecast to fall significantly in Q4 2019.

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