26 Aug 2022

Economic shorts: Inflation insights

Catherine Birch | Senior Economist, ANZ

Strong demand and supply constraints are key drivers of inflation in Australia

25 Aug 2022

PODCAST: twin threats for global commodities markets

Brett Foley | bluenotes contributor

Inflation and conflict have roiled commodity markets. What does it mean for investors? ANZ’s commodities strategist Daniel Hynes explains.

18 Aug 2022

Buying power not cost pressure to hit housing

Adelaide Timbrell | Senior Economist, ANZ

House prices are forecasted to drop 15 to 20 per cent due to higher interest rates cutting back borrowing power.

09 Aug 2022

New Zealand’s economy: on the edge

Miles Workman | Senior NZ Economist, ANZ

As central banks grapple with inflation and labour shortfalls, New Zealand’s economy will be hoping for a boost from exports and unemployment

05 Aug 2022

Economic shorts: The Labour Force Redeploys

Catherine Birch | Senior Economist, ANZ

While inflation is on the rise a strong labour market may insulate the Australian economy from a sharp deterioration.

04 Aug 2022

Higher Rates and inflation: ending Australia’s decade in the economic doldrums

Richard Yetsenga | Chief Economist, ANZ

With the Reserve Bank of Australia hiking interest rates, how much of those increases will be permanent?

22 Jul 2022

The checkout: tracking Aussie food prices

Madeleine Swan | Director of FBA Insights, ANZ

Australian food bills have increased by more than many other developed countries because of the country’s status as a major food exporter to booming Asian economies.

20 Jul 2022

The cash rate’s balancing act

David Plank | Head of Australian Economics at ANZ

ANZ Research has revised forecasts for Australia’s benchmark interest rate to reflect strong labour market momentum and clear upside risks to inflation.

11 Jul 2022

Ferguson: murky economics to be ongoing

Shane White | Content Manager - Institutional, ANZ

Hopes for a quick resolution to conditions battering global markets may be misplaced, according to author and historian Niall Ferguson.

08 Jul 2022

Aus economy: strong spending at sales, cinemas

Madeline Dunk & David Plank | Economist & Head of Australian Economics, ANZ

End of financial year sales and big-ticket movies drove a solid month of spending in June despite cost of living pressures continuing to bite.

07 Jul 2022

China economy: a gradual shift, more suddenly

Richard Yetsenga | Chief Economist, ANZ

Structural economic shifts in China may have fundamental and far-reaching implications for the population.

06 Jul 2022

Export bans a bump in the road for agri

Michael Whitehead & Natasha Kemp | Head of FBA Insights & Acting Head of FBA, ANZ Institutional

A growing number of agricultural export bans are creating complications for growers. But will the bans have their intended impact?