Global Economy

21 Oct 2019

New Zealand: land of the long white, but darkening, cloud

Miles Workman | Senior NZ Economist, ANZ

The outlook for the Kiwi economy is for growth to slow a little further, but remain on course overall.

18 Oct 2019

Non-residential building capex: offices, hotels hold the fort

Catherine Birch | Senior Economist, ANZ

Major project investment in the non-residential building sector is historically high after a surge in 2018-19.

15 Oct 2019

Olam Vietnam: sustainability more than catchphrase

Shayne Elliott | Chief Executive Officer, ANZ

ANZ CEO & Olam’s Prakash Jhanwer chat about Vietnam’s development and the role of purpose and social responsibility.

14 Oct 2019

Regional trade: more than two giants

Greg Earl | Writer, editor and consultant

Although the spotlight is firmly fixed on the US and China, other players are starting to receive attention in global trade.

09 Oct 2019

Chongqing: balancing on the pillars of trade

Farhan Faruqui | Group Executive International, ANZ

The evolution of the Chongqing municipality will serve as an effective blueprint for future trade in China.

08 Oct 2019

Aus housing: confidence continues to grow

Felicity Emmett | Head of Australian Economics, ANZ

Confidence in the residential property market has rebounded sharply, a positive sign for sellers.

07 Oct 2019

South Australia: the state making a statement

Steve Radeski & Cherelle Murphy | State Agribusiness Manager, SA & Senior Economist, ANZ

Australia’s driest state has endured ups and downs but the agri industry and broader economy are heading north.

03 Oct 2019

Renewing investment in renewables

Cherelle Murphy | Senior Economist, ANZ

In a climate of climate action demands, renewable energy continues to make a mark on investment and prices.

01 Oct 2019

Public infrastructure investment: choppy waters

Catherine Birch | Senior Economist, ANZ

Capital expenditure from public-backed major projects is expected to fall before the next wave of projects begins.

30 Sep 2019

Corn economics goes pop

James Culham | Director, Institutional Portfolio Management, ANZ

As the Australian economy ponders the impact of zero - or negative - interest rates, can the answer be found in corn?

24 Sep 2019

Climate change: shifting the economy

Richard Yetsenga | ANZ chief economist

The impact of climate change on global economies is reaching boiling point.

20 Sep 2019

Kiwi housing: land, land, land

Miles Workman | Senior NZ Economist, ANZ

More than 78 per cent of NZ’s land mass has no one living on it but is this really contributing to housing issues?

18 Sep 2019

SIBOS19: banking on a history of adaptation

Mark Evans | Managing Director Transaction Banking, ANZ

Banks don’t look - or function - the way they did a century ago. And they won’t be the same in the next century. Or the next decade…

18 Sep 2019

Zero rates: paranormal activity 2

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

As interest rates continue to drop, global economies must prepare for a new era of monetary policy and business risk.

16 Sep 2019

Private schools: to have and have not

Tim Suffield | Director Client Insights & Solutions, ANZ Institutional

Not all private schools are alike. Some are increasingly doing it tough as emerging forces pull the sector in different directions.

12 Sep 2019

The future of Japanese tōshi in Australia

David Jacobs | CEO, Australia Japan Business Co-operation Committee

Mature Japanese investors are looking Down Under for opportunities to grow their sales network and gain know-how.