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Markets Today: You’re in for a big surprise

Markets have been choppy on the back of surprisingly poor retail numbers from the US.

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Creating a new project finance market for the war on waste

As more local governments around Australia seek new ways to treat food waste, councils in southeast Melbourne will meet the challenge of bulging landfill and increasing greenhouse emissions by composting household organic waste on an industrial scale.

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Australia’s renewable energy boom to continue in 2019

Australia’s energy landscape is undergoing a significant transformation which includes the increased penetration of renewable energy technologies.

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China opening up opportunities to foreign investors

The Chinese economy is liberalising and opening up to the rest of the world, paving the way for foreign investors to tap into opportunities in the increasingly wealthy nation, the 2018 ASFA Conference heard.

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IN FOCUS: Infrastructure

As more local governments around Australia seek new ways to treat food waste, councils in southeast Melbourne will meet the challenge of bulging landfill and increasing greenhouse emissions by composting household organic waste on an industrial scale.

Where do Australian businesses stand on renewable energy usage?

There’s growing awareness across industry, government and the community that we need to improve the way we design, build and operate the buildings in which we heal.

Australia’s energy landscape is undergoing a significant transformation which includes the increased penetration of renewable energy technologies.

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

US private placements to stay a step ahead of the funding options pack for Australian corporate borrowers

The bigger picture – A global and Australian economic perspective.

Markets have been choppy on the back of surprisingly poor retail numbers from the US.

The NZ dollar jumped 1.7 percent yesterday after the RBNZ indicated they weren’t expected to change rates till 2021.

It’s looking likely the 1 March deadline for higher Chinese tariffs will be pushed back on the hope of progress on trade talks next month.

Overall, the NAB Rural Commodities Index was up 0.5% in December but down 1.1% in January.

The US dollar is now sitting at its strongest level of 2019 in DXY terms.

In this Weekly, we delve further into the ins and outs of the Australian housing sector.

Talks at averting another US government shutdown ended in deadlock at the weekend.

Business conditions saw a moderate rebound in January after falling sharply in December.

No increase for the foreseeable future – increased risk of cut.

Overall sentiment among property professionals increased marginally in the final quarter of 2018.

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