Category: Economics

Economics Investment

Economy to recover from weakest year since WWII

The global economy is expected to recover in 2021 following the weakest year since World War II, with fiscal and monetary policy continuing to support world economies, a big four…

Economics Financial Planning

The economics of COVID-19 lockdowns

A further rise in COVID-19 cases around the world is leading to questions about the need for another round of government-mandated lockdowns. Given that there are arguments for and against…

Economics General Insights

The economic hangover of COVID-19: how long will it last?

As the Australian economy begins to emerge from hibernation, the question of what the recovery will look like – and how long it will take – is being hotly debated….

Economics Financial Planning

The Australian economy and recovery from COVID-19

The shutdown in response to COVID-19 (coronavirus) has wreaked havoc on the economy, but after a period of free-fall we could be beginning to see light at the end of…

Economics

All the stats you need to see how Australia is going.

An up-to-date snapshot of Australia’s vital statistics. Please click on the following link to see all this interesting information. The areas covered are: Overview Markets GDP Labour Prices Money Trade…

Economics Shares

Market downturns, like this one, are to be expected

It's been awhile since there's been a drop in the markets as sharp, broad and sudden as last week's.

Economics

Still a long and bumpy road to travel on the way to a U.S.-China deal

Headlines about trade wars between the U.S. and other nations have been moving global financial markets this year.

Economics General Insights

The Goldilocks effect – Economic and market update 4Q 17

The year 2017 was defined by a near-perfect goldilocks backdrop of steady global growth, modest inflation, and still-accommodative monetary policy, the combination of which helped fuel a broad-based rally in asset prices.

Economics

Rates, inflation and yield – five graphs to help make sense of it all

The relationship between interest rates, inflation and bond yields is complex and as economists we spend a lot of our time trying to make sense of all the moving parts.

Economics

Business confidence hits 5-month high: NAB

NAB’s business confidence index jumped four points in December as business confidence and business conditions begin to converge.

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