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Australian budget 2018: full coverage

Australia's federal budget has been unveiled, with a focus on a faster return to surplus than expected, tax cuts and continued support for small businesses.

Below bluenotes, along with ANZ Research, presents comprehensive coverage of the event including videos, graphics, data, insights and analysis.

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Pic: Australia's Treasurer Scott Morrison Presents Federal Budget Source: Getty

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BUDGET 2018: wealthy, healthy & prizes

This year’s budget has some for the household wallet, some for health and some for the government’s piggy 

Cherelle Murphy & Jack Chambers | Senior Economist & Market Economist, ANZ

BUDGET 2018: does no harm

Australia’s better-than-expected tax revenues haven’t failed to disappoint, ANZ’s Chief Economist says on video.

Richard Yetsenga | Chief Economist, ANZ

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BUDGET 2018, in tweets

See what some of Australia’s most-respected commentators said on Twitter in the aftermath of #Budget2018.

Shane White | Senior Production Editor, bluenotes

BUDGET 2018, in pictures

We’ve broken down the budget into an easily digestible visual format.

Joanne Masters | Senior Economist, ANZ

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BUDGET 2018: five key takeaways for SMEs

More support, opportunities and relief highlight the benefits for Australian small-business owners from the 2018 budget.

Guy Mendelson | General Manager, Small Business Banking at ANZ

BUDGET 2018: lattes, fares and flexibility

Expect a smaller underlying cash deficit for 2017-18 than previously projected.

Cherelle Murphy | Senior Economist, ANZ

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09 May 2018

BUDGET 2018: wealthy, healthy & prizes

Cherelle Murphy & Jack Chambers | Senior Economist & Market Economist, ANZ

This year’s budget has some for the household wallet, some for health and some for the government’s piggy bank.

09 May 2018

BUDGET 2018: does no harm

Richard Yetsenga | ANZ chief economist

Australia’s better-than-expected tax revenues haven’t failed to disappoint, ANZ’s Chief Economist says on video.