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Markets Today: Is Biden’s honeymoon over already?

Markets responded at the end of the week to Joe Biden’s proposals for stimulating the US economy.

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Why the private market is set to dominate investment

Record levels of spending will call for record levels of funding this decade. That’s a golden opportunity for the private markets – and high net worth investors.

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Sustainable Finance Update December 2020

Q3 2020 saw increased issuance momentum with a record US$155bn of sustainable finance debt raised fuelled by the COVID-19 pandemic and global sustainability concerns.

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AMW: COVID outbreak under control

Some small short-term cost to growth due to shutdowns and border re-closures, but medium-term outlook remains brighter.

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IN FOCUS: Infrastructure

Companies that need to adapt and transition to lower carbon and more sustainable growth are tapping into a range of new sustainability-linked debt offerings to help finance this transition.

The banking sector has an important role to play in supporting industry through the economic recovery.

Over recent months, every organisation has had to adapt and innovate to find new ways of doing business.

The 2020 Federal Budget was one of the most stimulatory budgets we’ve ever seen.

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

China’s economy enters 2021 with momentum, but expected to slow across the year.

Markets responded at the end of the week to Joe Biden’s proposals for stimulating the US economy.

Bond yields were already on the rise before Fed chairman Jerome Powell talked down the likelihood of any easing in bond purchases this year.

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

Consumption spending growth resumed in the week ending 9 January, up 4.1% on the same week last year.

An ensuing impeachment of the US President continues to be of little concern to the markets.

With yields rising there’s been a question mark over whether the appetite for treasury bonds is falling.

Some small short-term cost to growth due to shutdowns and border re-closures, but medium-term outlook remains brighter.

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

Bond yields continue to rise in the US as markets prepare for an expected multi-trillion dollar stimulus package from the President-elect.

A month ago, we remarked that it was hard to recall a month where AUD/USD made its low point on the first trading day of the month and its high on the last, as was the case in November.

The Morning Call is back, and the new year has kicked off pretty much where we left off.

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