INDUSTRY INSIGHTS

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After a weak mid-year period, online retail sales continued to grow in September, albeit at a more moderate pace than the significant growth rate recorded in August.

What patients want – prepare to be surprised.

This month’s result points to a further improvement in retail sales, albeit from a low base.

Consumer anxiety rises as concerns over the economy grow.

Online retail rebounds after two weak months with the largest spend category Homewares and Appliances being a key contributor, although sales growth for this category has been relatively weak over the past year.

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

What do your patients think about vital issues like chronic illness prevention and mental health? This survey uncovers some surprising facts.

India’s economy needs a stimulatory kick start, with no guarantees of recovery.

This result points to a modest improvement in retail sales, albeit from a poor result last month.

Our third Agribusiness Banker Survey brings a somewhat more encouraging headline figure for agribusiness conditions, although conditions in NSW and to a lesser extent Queensland remain challenging. Spring rain is sorely needed to see an improvement.

Our NAB Online retail sales index data indicates that sales growth was negative in July 2019, following on from an almost flat result in June.

We continue to see considerable disparities between retail sub-sectors. On a yearly basis, our data shows department stores, clothing and footwear going backwards, while household goods is barely in positive territory. Cafes, restaurants & takeaways are outperforming.

Our NAB Online retail sales index data indicates that sales growth was negative in June 2019, following on from strong growth in May.

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