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Global Economy

24 Nov 2021

Shareholders are stakeholders too

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

It’s not capitalism that is driving global warming and growing inequality, it’s the humans making the rules behind it. And they can change them.

23 Nov 2021

COP26: time to walk the talk

Richard Yetsenga | Chief Economist, ANZ

Businesses and governments may have formed a plan for a sustainable future at the recent COP26 conference. Now they need to deliver on the plan.

19 Nov 2021

Back in black: spending surges at sales

Adelaide Timbrell | Senior Economist, ANZ

American-style pre-Christmas sales are driving spending in Australia and encouraging a strong economic reopening.

11 Nov 2021

Tourism touches down in Fiji

Nathan Wilson | Head of Commercial Banking Fiji, ANZ

Following a highly successful vaccination campaign and stringent COVID-19 safety protocols, Fiji is ready to accept tourists once again and rebuild the economy.

04 Nov 2021

More than recycling: impacts of a more circular economy

Adelaide Timbrell & Catherine Birch | Senior Economists, ANZ

A transition to a more circular economy is necessary to significantly reduce environmental impact while still growing the economy and lifting living standards.

26 Oct 2021

IN CHARTS: Melbourne’s first stage of reopening

Adelaide Timbrell | Senior Economist, ANZ

Melbournians celebrated the first weekend out of lockdown with beauty services and dining out.

15 Oct 2021

PODCAST: how will housing market perform post-pandemic?

Michael Wake | General Manager for New South Wales and the ACT

COVID-19 created a unique type of recession. This is what it means for economic recovery and the fortunes of Australia’s housing market.

05 Oct 2021

Elliott: businesses prepared for re-opening but remain cautious

Shayne Elliott | Chief Executive Officer, ANZ

ANZ CEO Shayne Elliott says businesses have managed their cashflow and savings incredibly well through the pandemic. But uncertainty will remain for a bit longer.

30 Sep 2021

Aus property: sentiment resilient despite lockdowns

Felicity Emmett | Senior Economist, ANZ

Sentiment in Australia’s property market remains resilient with expectations of a strong economic rebound underpinning confidence.

22 Sep 2021

Major projects: back on tracks

Catherine Birch | Senior Economist, ANZ

Despite concerns about the Delta strain, confidence in Australia’s major projects pipeline is improving.

17 Sep 2021

Rewriting China’s economic glossary

Raymond Yeung | Chief Economist Greater China, ANZ

New economic linguistics in China have placed an emphasis on resource redistribution and interconnectedness.

31 Aug 2021

Aus housing: prices surge despite Delta dampener

Felicity Emmett & Adelaide Timbrell | Senior Economist and Economist at ANZ

House prices in Australia are expected to grow more than previously forecast despite ongoing restrictions and growing Delta variant cases.

26 Aug 2021

Stateometer: get locked down, get up again, get locked down…

Bansi Madhavani | Senior Economist, ANZ

Australia’s states and territories are in a strong position to weather the economic shock caused by COVID-19’s Delta variant.

19 Aug 2021

Supply chains: shifting sands

Bansi Madhavani | Senior Economist, ANZ

Diversified supply chains may have increased manufacturing in regions outside China. But it still dominates global trade.

17 Aug 2021

Pacific islands: economic outlook

Kishti Sen & Tom Kenny | International Economist & Senior International Economist, ANZ

It’s been a tough time for Pacific island communities and economic conditions remain a challenge for the rest of 2021.

09 Aug 2021

Southeast Asia: forecast less certain

Sanjay Mathur | Chief Economist Southeast Asia & India, ANZ

Ongoing COVID-19 infections and restrictions have dampened the forecasted recovery in Southeast Asia.