Clare Lewis, NAB Director Corporate Debt Markets Origination talks about the outlook for the corporate bond market in 2018.
Mike Baird, NAB’s Chief Customer Officer-Corporate and Institutional Banking talks to the opportunities the infrastructure market offers and how our clients can benefit from Australia’s infrastructure investment.
Chris Black, a portfolio manager from Alexander Funds Management shares his insights on portfolio construction and what tips non institutional investors should and should not mimic from institutional investor portfolios.
Insights, Trends & Case Studies
Tom Wirth, NAB’s GM of Balance Sheet Strategy shares his insights for Ethical investing and what role it can play in a portfolio.
US$90 trillion in new investments by 2030 have been estimated as necessary to meet the goals of UNCOP21 to address climate change. National Australia Bank (NAB)'s David Jenkins says the opportunity for green bonds to mobilise capital for this transition to a low carbon economy is immense.
More for business customers and regional areas, but will the promise of red tape being cut ever be realised? Budget 2017 insight.
The market has been largely focussed on the US Election over the past month – and is now dealing with a fundamental change with the election of Donald Trump as President.
Get the latest monthly update on housing market conditions around Australia.
In early September equity markets sold off after a US Federal Reserve official suggested interest rates could be increased at the September Fed meeting. Markets recovered later in the month when interest rates went unchanged.
Leadership... it’s not about being right the first time, it’s about being resilient. Wolf Blass and Andrew Abercrombie in conversation.
Guillaume Brahimi, Chef and Restaurateur and Karin Adcock, Founder of House of Brands KJ, on moments that shaped their success.
August saw another rise in global equity prices despite increased talk from US Federal Reserve officials that suggest they are looking to raise US interest rates in either September or December.
The gurus of luxury, on brand leadership. Fiona Myer, Founder and Creative Director of White Story, and Philip Corne, Executive Chairman of L Catterton in conversation.
In this video, Group Chief Economist, Alan Oster discusses insights about what are businesses telling us about current conditions.
Patricia Ilhan, founder of the Australian Food Allergy Foundation and Kathy Alexander, Chair of Administrators, City of Greater Geelong - discover the key to their success.
The “X factors” that had been dominating negative market views – bad debts in the Italian and Chinese banking system, terrorism, political issues and the rise of anti-globalisation – have given way to a “fear of missing out” rally.
It was a difficult month for equities with an initial sell off in early June, following the release of weak jobs growth figures in the United States and another decline later in the month following the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.
Brexit is a significant shift in the geopolitical landscape, with associated uncertainty. Investors will need compensation for this with lower share prices. We believe a 15% global equity sell-off over the next 6-8 weeks is a reasonable base case.
In most of the major economies the outlook remains fragile, as a result of political uncertainty and disappointing earnings results. However recovery in equity prices has continued into April, primarily to the bounce in commodity prices and supportive central banks.
In our April update, Nick Ryder, JBWere Investment Strategist, highlights that the local equity market faces a number of headwinds from the rise in the AUD, lower commodity prices, higher potential bank capital requirements and profit margin pressures.
NAB, in conjunction with CoreLogic (RP Data), brings you the Australian Housing Market Update for April 2016.
In our March update, Nick Ryder, NAB Private Wealth Investment Strategist, talks mixed messages with slumps in developed markets, India and China while the US posted slight improvements and Australia performed reasonably well. Meanwhile, Europe’s inflation entered negative territory.
The first two months of the year have seen the housing market regain some of the losses recorded over the final quarter of 2015, with capital city dwelling values rising by half a percent in February following a 0.9% rise in January to take our hedonic index 1.4% higher over the year to date.
VIDEO: Georgia Beattie, founder of Beatttie Wines, discusses how she plans to remain innovative over the next five years and who she is partnering with to do so.
VIDEO: Monica Meldrum shares the increasing demand for ‘clean’ food and how her fast-growing business Whole Kids is committed to improving children’s health.
NAB, in conjunction with CoreLogic (RP Data), brings you the Australian Housing Market Update for February 2016.
In this video, Group Chief Economist, Alan Oster discusses insights from the latest NAB Quarterly SME Survey.
NAB Business Markets Podcast – February 2016 Video transcript (Word, 26kb)
VIDEO: We talk to Georgia Beattie about how she went from a uni student to a successful business owner who exports her products to Asia.
In this video Cindy Batchelor, NAB Business Executive General Manager, discusses why innovation is so important for business.
The December Housing market updates shows the highest annual growth rates are still being recorded in Sydney and Melbourne.
NAB Business Markets Podcast – RBA & US Fed Christmas Messages with Mark Todd
The housing market appears to be moving through an inflection point with the rate of capital gain reducing over the past three months.
Melbourne has overtaken Sydney as the best performing capital city over the past quarter in the latest NAB housing market update.
In the past 12 months Sydney values have increased by 17.6%, Melbourne values by 10.6% with the next best performing capital city being Brisbane seeing a growth in values of 3.9%. The disparity in the top performing growth rates highlights just how diverse the housing market has become post GFC.
The latest NAB property market updates are now available, take a look at the national or your capital city update.
NAB Global Co-Head of FX Strategy, Ray Attrill shares a market update for the week ending 12 June 2015
NAB's Director & Senior Economist, David de Garis shares a market update for the week ending 5 June 2015
Incentivising small business to grow is part of creating confidence and that’s good news for the economy. Hear from our panel of experts as they discuss the 2015 Federal Budget and the impact it will have on business and the economy.
NAB Global Co-Head of FX Strategy, Ray Attrill, shares a market update for the week ending 15 May 2015
Stephen Southon, Chief Tax Officer NAB, provides an overview of the tax changes announced in the 2015 Federal Budget and how they will impact businesses and families.
Cindy Batchelor, Executive General Manager, NAB Business outlines the key positives for Small Businesses following the 2015 Federal Budget.
Alan Oster discusses the impact the budget will have on consumer sentiment and business confidence, benefits for Small Business and key Agribusiness outcomes.
Alan Oster, Group Chief Economist NAB, provides a summary of the impact the budget will have on everyday Australians, business confidence and what he believes it will do for the Australian economy.
NAB Group Chief Economist, Alan Oster previews the Federal Budget 2015
NAB Director & Senior Economist, David de Garis, shares a market update for the week ending 2 April 2015
NAB Director & Senior Economist, David de Garis, shares a market update for the week ending 6 March 2015.
NAB Director & Senior Economist, David de Garis, shares a market update for the week ending 13 February 2015.
Weekly market update week ending 16 January 2015
Weekly market update week ending 12 December 2014
NAB financial markets report week ending 5th December 2014
Weekly financial markets video week ending 28th November 2014
Weekly financial markets updated week ending 21st November 2014
Financial markets weekly video update week ending 7th November 2014
Financial Markets video update week ending 24th October 2014
Weekly Financial Markets Video update
Key economic insights from this week and the week ahead
View the NAB Group Chief Economist Alan Oster’s presentation, 3AW commentator Tom Elliott’s assessment and the Q&A panel at our Federal Budget Breakfast in Melbourne.
NAB’s Group Chief Economist Alan Oster provides his overall summary of Joe Hockey’s 2014 Federal Budget, including his initial thoughts, how it could impact small and large business, and the wider economic implications for the Australian economy.
NAB Group Chief Economist Alan Oster provides a pre-budget overview of what he thinks we can expect to hear from Treasurer Joe Hockey’s first Federal Budget announcement next week.
Through our partnership with Kochie’s Business Builders, David Koch speaks with NAB Chief Economist of Markets, Rob Henderson about his outlook for 2014. Join them as they discuss some of the big trends in the economy that may impact small business.
Aviation businesses are notoriously expensive and, when you're flying a seaplane, there's an extra layer of complexity. Tim Robertson discusses how he and fellow aviator Christiaan Durrant overcame the challenges to make Tasmanian Air Adventures an award-winning success.
Understanding how the Federal Budget impacts you and your business can be complex. Our team of leading economists, tax and superannuation experts keep you up-to-date with all the latest news from the 2013 Federal Budget so we can help you get all your ducks in a row.
Following the 2013 Federal Budget announcement, Alan Oster, NAB’s Group Chief Economist, provides a quick overview of what he sees as the outcomes and impacts to individuals and businesses. Watch his video now.
NAB’s Chief Economist, Alan Oster provides a pre-budget overview of the Australian housing market and the outlook for interest rates. Join us on Wednesday 15 May for a full budget breakdown.
NAB’s Chief Economist, Alan Oster provides a pre-budget overview of the Australian economy focussing on what we’ve already seen from the Government and commentary on the deficit. Join us on Wednesday 15 May for a full budget breakdown.
As a business owner, you diversify risks and investments everyday, but you mightn’t be doing this in your personal life. This week on Kochie’s Business Builders, Iain Rogers of NAB Wealth shares some simple strategies that’ll help build, manage and protect your wealth for the future.
This week on Kochie’s Business Builders, founding partner of La Porchetta, Sara Pantaleo and NAB Business Banking Manager James Tickner discuss the importance of having a crisis management plan and what to consider when creating your own plan.
Accepting payments on the go is vital for some small businesses success. This week as featured on Kochie’s Business Builders, Cindy Batchelor from our NAB Small Business Banking team presents our top tips to getting paid quicker and easier on the go. Watch Cindy’s tip.