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16 Jul 2019

Bots are listening to your CEO’s conference call

Simon Jemison | Corporate Communications Consultant, SJ Advisory Australia

Quantamental technologies and natural language processing – investor calls are no longer just upbeat or downbeat.

TOP STORIES

23 Jul 2019

Exaggerating the death of cash

Steve Worthington | Professor at Swinburne University

Don’t toll the bell just yet - cash and cheques have peculiar attractions in even the most modern economies.

22 Jul 2019

The secret life of data

Shane White | Content Manager - Institutional, ANZ

Deeper analysis of data can help businesses better understand their customers’ buying behaviours.

19 Jul 2019

Burning the candle at both ends

Tracy Middleton | Contributing Writer, Work Life by Atlassian

Job burnout is a growing epidemic - particularly in tech. Employers need to act to put out the flame.

18 Jul 2019

IN CHARTS: Australia’s residential property turnaround

Adelaide Timbrell & Felicity Emmett | Economist & Senior Economist, ANZ

Policy easing and changes to interest rates and assessment requirements are lifting Australia’s property sentiment.

17 Jul 2019

Kiwis don’t yield to the curve

Sandeep Parekh | ANZ Foreign Exchange/Rates Strategist

Cause for concern or false alarm? The NZ yield curve frequently inverts - but lacks the recession-predicting ability of its US counterpart.

15 Jul 2019

Is the future stable for Libra?

James Culham | Director, Institutional Portfolio Management, ANZ

Facebook’s latest payments venture is causing quite a stir online but will its intrinsic value add up?

12 Jul 2019

LONGREAD: infrastructure no longer just roads and bridges

Stuart Fuller | Head of Law, KPMG & Board Member, Asia Society Australia

The traditional concepts of infrastructure - or investment - are being strained by technology and innovation.

Time to cheque-out?

Mike Ebstein | Director, MWE Consulting

The volume and value of cheque use in Australia – and globally – is continuing to plummet, according to new data. Where – or when – will it end?

10 Jul 2019

Nothing to see here. Hang on, maybe there is…

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

Central banks have been in watch-and-wait mode on cryptocurrencies for a while but now they are beginning to move.

More insights

09 Jul 2019

The hellship Neptune and perverse incentives

Jason Murphy | Publisher, Thomas the Think Engine

Incentivising negative behaviour (or the absence of positive incentives) can lead to disastrous outcomes, says author Jason Murphy.

08 Jul 2019

The Green Revolution needs more colours

Jane Grace | NZ Content Manager, ANZ

The next food revolution needs to be a shift away from monoculture, according to a renowned food futurist.

05 Jul 2019

Credit where due with property confidence

David Plank & Felicity Emmett | Head of Australian Economics & Senior Economist, ANZ

Confidence in the residential property market is beginning to bounce, according to new data.

04 Jul 2019

Fake friends: Trump and Xi

Tony Walker | Author and Political Analyst

The relationship between the US and China is still in murky water following the G20 Summit.

03 Jul 2019

Cold storage in a warming world

Andrew Malcolm | Agribusiness Manager at ANZ

Investing in renewable energy sources is good for both the environment and the bottom line, according to one family business owner.

02 Jul 2019

Australian healthcare: time for a check-up

Cherelle Murphy & Bansi Madhavani | Senior Economist & Economist, ANZ

Although Australians are living longer, their overall health isn’t so great and that’s weighing down the healthcare industry.

01 Jul 2019

Trade dispute: heading down under

Hayden Dimes & David Plank | Economist & Head of Australian Economics, ANZ

The US-China trade war is opening up a hole in Australia’s GDP – and sinking hopes for a surplus.

28 Jun 2019

Fair dinkum bionic banking

Sam Stewart & Jane Danziger | Global Head of Retail Banking & Head of GAMMA and Marketing, Sales & Pricing Practice at BCG

Satisfaction, trust and personalisation are just some of the customer expectations large institutions must provide to win in the future.

27 Jun 2019

China’s war against aging

Raymond Yeung | Chief Economist Greater China, ANZ

Forget the trade war, China’s must negotiate its demographic challenges to ensure future growth.

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