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Sustainable finance update: May 2021

A look at what’s been happening in the sustainable finance market – in Australia and abroad.

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Backing growth of the Australian hydrogen industry

Hydrogen holds great promise in decarbonising hard-to-abate sectors in the transition to a low carbon economy, as Australia’s trading partners ramp up their commitments to net zero.

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NAB Corporate Cash Index: Q1 2021

The NAB Corporate Cash Index draws on our own Corporate and Institutional Banking client insight analytics to reveal cash management trends.

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IN FOCUS: Infrastructure

Hydrogen holds great promise in decarbonising hard-to-abate sectors in the transition to a low carbon economy, as Australia’s trading partners ramp up their commitments to net zero.

Watch our digital events to find out what the budget means for you, businesses across Australia, and the economy.

Federal Budget 2021 delivered $15.2 billion in infrastructure spending over the next 10 years – including a new freight hub in Melbourne.

The Treasurer wasn’t kidding when he said budget repair has been put on hold until unemployment was below 5%, with a raft of new spending measures in Federal Budget 2021.

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

The US dollar continued to rise at the end of last week hitting a two-month high after the surprisingly bullish outlook from the Fed, but is the Aussie dollar paying too high a price?

Buyers beware: China’s consumers have remained subdued during the COVID-19 recovery.

The US dollar continued to rise yesterday, after the hawkish comments from the Fed.

Growth slowing as base effects wash away; consumers continue to lag industry.

The weakness in consumption spending continued last week.

At the FOMC meeting this morning the Fed upped their growth and inflation forecasts, with the dot plots pointing to rate rises as soon as 2023.

The FOMC meeting is tonight and markets are being cautious, with little movement in bonds or equities. A weaker than expected set of retail sales numbers has added to the uncertainty.

NAB Group Chief Economist Alan Oster talks about the latest economic news. Listen now.

Immediate access to cash for Australian businesses through a PayPal and NAB collaboration.

US CPI was a higher than expected but the Market seems to have taken it largely in its stride.

NAB Group Chief Economist Alan Oster talks about the latest economic news. Listen now.

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