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The 2021-2022 Australian Federal Budget has been unveiled and post-COVID recovery is at its centre.
bluenotes, along with ANZ Research, will present comprehensive coverage of the event including videos, graphics, data, insights and analysis below.
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The budget in pictures
See all the key announcements from the 2021-2022 Australian Federal Budget in this infographic.
Adelaide Timbrell & Hayden Dimes | Economists, ANZ
VIDEO: the return of fiscal policy
Speaking on video, the ANZ Chief Economist says budget pushes the fiscal boundaries – and is right to do so.
Richard Yetsenga | Chief Economist, ANZ
Budgeting for equality
From an equity perspective, the 2021 Federal Budget has taken the right steps.
Hayden Dimes & Felicity Emmett | Economist & Senior Economist, ANZ
Budget 2021: the biggest wins for business
Tax breaks, incentives for skilled labour and addressing digital security stand out for business in Australian budget.
Jenefer Stewart | General Manager Business Banking, ANZ
A stimulatory budget
Budget shows strong commitment to spend until unemployment is below pre-COVID-19 levels
The budget’s health check
The 2021-22 Budget was handed down in a largely post-pandemic environment where physical and mental health is in the spotlight.
Glen Fisher | Associate Director for Health, ANZ
Smaller, but still expansionary
ANZ Research expects a reduced deficit but still strong spending to be unveiled in Australia’s upcoming Federal Budget
Australian Federal Budget: what to expect
A much stronger economic outlook for Australia is likely to see a sharp improvement in the fiscal position in the 2021-22 Federal Budget.
Hayden Dimes & David Plank | Economist & Head of Australian Economics, ANZ
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12 May 2021