Subscribe

20 Apr 2018

LONGREAD: tech shock > China shock

Richard Yetsenga | ANZ chief economist

Technology is challenging the economic order far more than China ever did.

FINANCIAL WELLBEING SPECIAL

20 Apr 2018

For China, devaluation is a bad idea

Raymond Yeung & Khoon Goh | Chief Economist Greater China & Head of Asia Research at ANZ

It’s not in China’s best interests to devalue the yuan as it would go against two key priorities of its own government.

20 Apr 2018

PNG is on the cusp of a super cycle in mining investment

Dr Kishti Sen | International economist, ANZ

Short-term growth in the Pacific nation will remain subdued but longer-term prospects are more encouraging.

18 Apr 2018

The curious case of funding costs

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

Recent stability in funding costs for banks has been jolted - and no one’s completely sure why.

18 Apr 2018

House prices still on track for 2% growth

Jack Chambers & Jo Masters | Economist & Senior Economist, ANZ

Shifting RBA rate expectations have not materially changed the outlook for house price growth.

19 Apr 2018

Financial wellbeing 2018: full coverage

bluenotes contributors |

We bring you all the views and insights from ANZ’s financial wellbeing survey.

19 Apr 2018

IN PICTURES: financial wellbeing in Australia

Shane White | Senior production editor, bluenotes

See the key findings of ANZ’s latest financial wellbeing report in visual form.

19 Apr 2018

The good, bad & ugly of financial wellbeing

Emily Ross | Author, journalist and editor

We speak with Elaine Kempson, professor and global pioneer about the state of financial wellbeing in Australia and NZ.

19 Apr 2018

Financial wellbeing means rethinking lending: Kempson

Janak Rogers | Host, The ANZ Way podcast

Financial wellbeing expert encourages financial services providers to identify people with an overreliance on debt.

19 Apr 2018

More than a third of Australians just getting by financially – or worse

Emily Ross | Author, journalist and editor

Many factors contribute to a person’s financial wellbeing – including some surprising ones.

More insights

19 Apr 2018

How our behaviours shape our finances

Emily Ross | Author, journalist and editor

A new ANZ survey challenges the widely held belief financial knowledge is the key to financial wellbeing.

16 Apr 2018

INFOGRAPHIC: Asia’s fintech feast

Balaji Natarajan | Head of Payments and Cash Management Products Asia, ANZ

Asian nations are adopting new technologies and platforms as they push to expand their digital economies.

17 Apr 2018

Don’t leave voice of the customer to chance

Alicia Aitken & Greg Szopa | bluenotes contributors

Successful organisations listen to customers and deliver on the value promised.

13 Apr 2018

Australian exports: ripe for picking

Leanne Giles | Brand performance expert, ANZ

Demand for Australian wine exports is getting better with age, according to Zonzo Estate.

13 Apr 2018

Australia's global marketplaces

Jason Aravanis | Senior Industry Analyst, IBISWorld

Australian companies are increasingly looking to international markets for revenue.

12 Apr 2018

The power of a conversation

Shannon Peachey | Tribe Lead, Savers & Investors, ANZ

Sometimes the best ways to help achieve financial wellbeing are also the simplest, Good Shepherd Microfinance CEO says.

12 Apr 2018

We can’t afford to be complacent about bullying

Lesley Podesta | CEO, Alannah & Madeline Foundation

Beyond the cost of human life, bullying costs the Australian taxpayer $525 million every school year.

16 Apr 2018

Pursuing change, one step at a time

Melinda Renowden | Leadership and Executive Coaching Manager, ANZ

Changing mindsets can be difficult but a clear purpose and routine can help.

11 Apr 2018

PODCAST: opening up on open data

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

Open banking is coming. What are the implications – not just for banks but everyone? Two experts debate the outlook.

OUT OF THE BLUE - a curation of fascinating stories from around the world

A learning curve ball (theguardian)

This long read explores how infants learn compared with robots - and what that can teach us about the nature of intelligence.

Who to follow: Climate Council (@climatecouncil)

Australia’s centre for information on climate science, the Climate Council shares articles, charts and videos on our changing world.

FEATURED

Business Finance
PODCAST: a wombat, post-it notes and a 16 million person survey
Technology
Q&A: innovation never stops
Technology
LONGREAD: in defence of crypto
ANZ News
Elliott: why ANZ backs the Royal Commission
Diversity
IWD2018 REWIND: Baby or your country?

VIDEOS