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.

16 May 2019

LONGREAD: trade war? Gimme shelter

Tony Walker | Author and Political Analyst

The relationship between the US and China is reaching boiling point with outcomes which will impact many other nations, including Australia.

14 May 2019

Household budget pressures: it’s a long way to the shop

Adelaide Timbrell & David Plank | Economist & Head of Aus Economics, ANZ

Australian households are moving their spending away from retail to other goods and services, says ANZ Research.

13 May 2019

Aus housing: green shoots appearing

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

Are the sharpest declines of the Australian housing market downturn behind us?

08 May 2019

How to understand China’s economy

Zhaopeng Xing & Raymond Yeung | Markets Economist and Chief Economist, Greater China at ANZ

The debate surrounding whether China is over-reporting its GDP is starting to heat up again. Here’s how the numbers work.

24 Apr 2019

VIDEO: it’s a steep learning curve on yield

Richard Yetsenga | ANZ chief economist

Assessments of the US yield curve risk being too dogmatic, says ANZ Chief Economist.

05 Apr 2019

FEDERAL BUDGET 2019: Labor’s alternative

David Plank | Head of Australian Economics at ANZ

Some were disappointed with the 2019-20 Australian Federal Budget, does this simply reflect the focus on tax cuts?

03 Apr 2019

FEDERAL BUDGET 2019: full coverage

bluenotes contributors |

bluenotes presents comprehensive coverage of the 2019-20 Australian Federal Budget.

03 Apr 2019

FEDERAL BUDGET 2019: back to black with an election to come

Cherelle Murphy | Senior Economist, ANZ

As expected, cuts to personal income taxes and big infrastructure spending dominated the 2019-20 Australian Federal Budget.