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NAB Infrastructure Survey 2018

New research released today by NAB shows electricity and roads have the biggest impact on our daily lives – affecting almost 1 in 2 people (either positively or negatively).

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The unstoppable rise of investing with purpose

Socially responsible investing has skyrocketed in Australia over the past few years. What does it mean to invest responsibly and what is its impact?

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The AUD in June & FY 17-18

In June, the AUD/USD saw a new year-to-date low – a level last seen in May 2017 | Over the fiscal year the AUD/US traded between a high of 0.8136 and a low of 0.7311.

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Ausgrid shines a light on US private placement market

Part-privatisation was the catalyst for an epic US private placement deal for Australian utility Ausgrid.

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IN FOCUS: Infrastructure

New research released today by NAB shows electricity and roads have the biggest impact on our daily lives – affecting almost 1 in 2 people (either positively or negatively).

Participants at the 2018 Asian Debt Capital Market conference discuss some of the key megatrends bringing depth and dynamism to Debt Capital Markets in the Asia-Pacific region.

Political risks and uncertainty may be on the rise. But a recent tour of Asia for the NAB Asian Debt Capital Markets Conference reminded NAB Global Head of Research Peter Jolly of the many causes for optimism about Australia’s economy.

At NAB’s 2018 Asian Debt Capital Markets Conference, experts, issuers and investors zeroed in on the forces that will build connections and foster future opportunities.

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

NAB is determined that our country’s small and medium sized enterprises, our country’s engine room, can embrace opportunities in the years ahead. For the health sector, we believe it’s a matter of ‘go forth and grow’.

Aged care is a sector that’s been under the microscope for years. But while it has faced real challenges, its future now looks bright.

At NAB we see the amazing opportunities ahead for our key sectors – from health to agriculture, education to community – and are determined that our country’s small and medium sized enterprises, our country’s engine room, can embrace them.

The Yuan has served to undermine all of the gains in the AUD generated by yesterday’s good employment report.

Could slowing inflation cause the Bank of England to rethink the prospect of an August rate rise?

The NAB Cashless Retail Sales Index gained 0.5% in June on a month-on-month basis, following gain of 0.6% in May (revised from 0.8%).

The move higher in front end yields boosted the USD, although the greenback was already on the ascendency early in the overnight sessions.

For corporates with a growth agenda but no formal credit rating, the bond market is providing a new avenue for capital.

Trump in Helsinki and the EU in Beijing didn’t really move markets but the dissent in the UK has weakened the pound.

In today’s Weekly we review the important speech by APRA Chair Wayne Byres last week, which covered developments in housing lending standards.

China’s M2 money supply grew less than expected on Friday.

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