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15 Jun 2018

Fiji’s good run continues

Kishti Sen & Tom Kenny | International Economist & Senior International Economist, ANZ

Despite frequent shocks from natural disasters, Fiji’s economy is continuing to grow.

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14 Jun 2018

What’s up, brew?

Briar McCormack | New Zealand editor

The home of New Zealand’s rock-star hops was hit by two tropical cyclones this year. Does this signal a sour note for beer drinkers?

14 Jun 2018

Data, social networks & the electronic edifice effect

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

Who do you trust with your personal data if you can’t trust Facebook?

13 Jun 2018

LONGREAD: greener pastures in NZ

Briar McCormack | New Zealand editor

Can New Zealand retain its clean green reputation and maintain a successful dairy industry?

12 Jun 2018

Is China the only light at the end of the tunnel?

Richard Yetsenga | ANZ chief economist

With global growth at its peak, China’s liquidity policy looms as an increasingly important factor for the world.

12 Jun 2018

How much longer can this go on?

Mark Rider | Chief Investment Officer, ANZ Wealth

ANZ Wealth’s CIO looks at predictions for a volatile market this quarter.

12 Jun 2018

Plastic bags – the elephant in the room

Tony Field | bluenotes contributor

Over 1.5 billion single-use plastic bags are used every year in NZ. One company is helping out.

06 Jun 2018

The digital sun is rising in south east Asia

Donna Webster | Director of Capability Development, Asialink Business

The digital economy is transforming every aspect of social and business life in ASEAN regions.

12 Jun 2018

The shifting perspectives on risk

Tim Dring | Oceania Banking & Capital Markets leader, EY

Strong third-party risk strategies are an important part of building a competitive advantage in financial services.

08 Jun 2018

The power of a little extra care

Shane White | Senior production editor, bluenotes

It’s an adviser’s job to know their clients as well as their money – but should they be asking ‘are you ok?’

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07 Jun 2018

IN CHARTS: the outlook for gold, LNG & oil

Daniel Hynes & Soni Kumari | Senior Commodities Analyst & Commodities Strategist, ANZ

China’s green shift keeps driving LNG demand; gold to return as safe haven.

31 May 2018

NZ’s super super problem

Miles Workman & Sharon Zollner | Economist & Chief Economist, ANZ NZ

Are we all just choosing to turn a blind eye on NZ’s unsustainable superannuation system?

04 Jun 2018

The hardest part of going agile

Alicia Aitken & Greg Szopa | bluenotes contributors

Agile ways of working is a hot topic at the moment but organisations must be wary of the hurdles.

01 Jun 2018

New world order: is China all consuming?

Tony Walker | Author and Former Editor

The China challenge is becoming more complex. It's a challenge suffusing Australia’s latest foreign policy white paper.

31 May 2018

What the FIRB data really means

Daniel Gradwell | Senior Economist, ANZ

Recent data from the FIRB have shifted the discussion on foreign housing demand in Australia. Here’s what’s really going on.

29 May 2018

Levis and a lifetime of advice

Catriona Noble | Managing Director Retail Distribution Australia, ANZ

ANZ’s Catriona Noble reflects on the mentors who have helped develop her career - and the way she is now giving back to others.

30 May 2018

The reforms SA business owners need

Alan Read | SA Corporate Agriculture Director, ANZ

We chat with a panel of experts on the impact of South Australia’s state budget on business conditions in the region.

05 Jun 2018

NZ household debt in perspective

Miles Workman | NZ economist, ANZ

High levels of household debt in NZ are manageable because interest rates are low – for now.

30 May 2018

Diversity, boards & the specious theories of threatened species

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

Two theories against board diversity arose in the wake of recent corporate scandals. Both are wrong.

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