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Economics

20 Aug 2019

Stateometer: modest growth continues

Cherelle Murphy | Senior Economist, ANZ

As the resources states showed mild business sector improvement most other states continued to grow below trend as impacts from housing softness continue.

13 Aug 2019

Global trade: the war clouds darken

Tony Walker | Author and Political Analyst

Trade-offs look increasingly unlikely in the Trump-Xi trade war and economic rations are looking bleaker.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

04 Jun 2019

Tasmania: the southern state’s heading north

Cherelle Murphy | Senior Economist, ANZ

Tasmanians are enjoying robust economic conditions but housing and employment remain a concern according to ANZ Research.

29 May 2019

Stateometer: one tortoise, many hares

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

It was a case of the tortoise and hares in the latest ANZ Stateometer. The slow and steady South Australia won the race.

27 May 2019

A game of truths in Asia

David Green | CEO Singapore and Head of South East Asia, India & Middle East, ANZ

Don’t believe everything you read, Asia may not be slowing as quickly as first thought.

22 May 2019

What is the China-US endgame?

Raymond Yeung & Betty Wang | Chief Economist Greater China & Senior China Economist, ANZ

Trade conflict between the US and China is inevitable, according to ANZ Research.