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13 Aug 2018

House prices? Let me google that for you

Jo Masters, Giulia Lavinia Specchia & David Plank | Senior Economist, FX Strategist & Head of Australian Economics, ANZ

The credit squeeze is affecting house prices, but a new indicator from ANZ suggests a stabilisation could be on the way.

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14 Aug 2018

Build to rent? Not quite yet

David Oudshoorn | State Director, Property – Business & Private Banking, ANZ

While the build to rent model has a lot of promise, does it have what it takes to compete with the Australian Dream of owning a home?

14 Aug 2018

Millennials opening the door for open banking

Alex Trott | Banking Lead, Accenture Australia and New Zealand

Young consumers are primed for open banking opportunities in Australia.

14 Aug 2018

Agri sector ripe for picking in APAC

Anna Green | CEO Philippines, ANZ

Conditions in the Philippines and broader APAC region are perfect for further agriculture M&A.

10 Aug 2018

Pakihi Māori: he wāhanga nui i roto i te ōhanga o Aotearoa

Siobhan Enright | bluenotes contributor

Kei te puāwai ngā pakihi Māori, ā, he nui ngā akoranga ka puta i a rātau.

14 Aug 2018

The benefits of finishing early

Rosemary Ryan | Freelance journalist

Studies show that retiring sooner rather than later can add years to your life.

10 Aug 2018

New world order: a hard place

Tony Walker | Author and Former Editor

Washington’s ability to enforce its Iranian sanctions regime globally will meet significant resistance.

09 Aug 2018

Hand: we’ve got to support our farmers

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

ANZ’s Mark Hand discusses newly announced relief measures for Australian farmers.

09 Aug 2018

How Australia works

David Plank | Head of Australian Economics at ANZ

The HILDA Survey data casts a light on how Australians are coping - or not coping - with their household and economic situations.

08 Aug 2018

Japan’s point of no return

Richard Yetsenga | ANZ chief economist

There’s a laundry list of countries hoping Japan has a winning game plan for its ageing population.

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08 Aug 2018

Fintech: live, die, repeat

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

The fintech revolution will be televised - by the major networks. Ideas with a true value will either partner with, or be enveloped by, the establishment. But not necessarily banks…

07 Aug 2018

SMEs, energy & control

Cosi De Angelis | GM Transaction Banking & Asset Finance Solutions, ANZ

Australian SMEs are facing an energy efficiency challenge. Here’s how one business turned it into an advantage.

07 Aug 2018

INFOGRAPHIC: a sharp right toward the future

Tim Suffield & Graham Kerr | Associate Director, Client Insights and Solutions & State Director, Emerging Corporate, ANZ

Is road transport in Australia turning the corner? We take an interactive look at the sector.

03 Aug 2018

Own goals & the truth about China’s slowdown

Raymond Yeung | Chief Economist Greater China, ANZ

Is China facing a cyclical or structural slowdown? Here’s what the charts suggest.

06 Aug 2018

Another winter of discontent in NZ?

Sharon Zollner | Chief Economist New Zealand, ANZ

Will falling business confidence derail near-term GDP growth? It depends...

02 Aug 2018

Round we go in the circular economy

Stan Krpan | CEO, Sustainability Victoria

Australia’s current economic system is predominantly linear – not ideal. But there are ways we can bring it around.

06 Aug 2018

The opportunity for precision farming in NZ

Briar McCormack | New Zealand editor

How can agtech help NZ farmers better run their businesses?

30 Jul 2018

Is it foolish to write off crypto?

Steve Dando | Personal & Business Banker, ANZ

A bump in the road won’t be enough to keep crypto - an asset class still worthy of investment – away.

03 Aug 2018

Taking control on energy

Luke Menzel | CEO, Energy Efficiency Council Australia

Gas prices are skyrocketing and gas intensive manufacturers are bearing the brunt. There are ways to take back control – here’s how.

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