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Global Economy

18 Jun 2019

Kiwi trees a green army

Susan Kilsby & Sharon Zollner | NZ Agriculture Economist and NZ Chief Economist at ANZ

With almost half of New Zealand’s carbon emissions coming from agri, can forestry help the nation meet its climate change goals?

17 Jun 2019

Property lessons from abroad

Daniel Gradwell | Associate Director - Property, ANZ

Long-term outlooks and diversification are helping China stay on top of residential development.

14 Jun 2019

Australia-ASEAN-New Zealand: a trade agreement with pay off

Melissa Conley Tyler | Director of Diplomacy, Asialink

Free trade agreements can sometimes cause more trouble than their worth but one cross-region pact is doing surprisingly well.

12 Jun 2019

Avoiding the zero-sum game in the Pacific

Tony Walker | Author and Political Analyst

Ahead of the next G20 Summit in Osaka, Australia must surely navigate the testy relationship between the US and China.

11 Jun 2019

Waiting on China’s ascendance

Richard Yetsenga | ANZ chief economist

China’s private sector is facing a make-or-break scenario as the region’s access to credit hangs in the balance.

06 Jun 2019

IN CHARTS: is the great Australian dream a thing of the past?

Melissa Currie | Visual Production Editor, bluenotes

With housing affordability the best since 2016, for many Australians owning their own home could be back within reach.

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.

31 May 2019

NZ Budget 19: take it to the limit

Miles Workman | NZ economist, ANZ

New Zealand’s 2019-20 Budget increases Government spending supported by an optimistic economic outlook from the Treasury.

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.

24 May 2019

NZ Budget preview: more than a feeling

Miles Workman | NZ economist, ANZ

The New Zealand Government’s books are in good shape ahead of the 2019-20 Budget and Treasury forecasts should show this persisting.

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.

10 May 2019

Machine learning: change the way you think

Shane White | Content Manager - Institutional, ANZ

Increasing productivity returns and solving big problems are just some of the benefits of machine-learning algorithms.

26 Apr 2019

Why bother surcharging?

Steve Worthington | Professor at Swinburne University

Regulation around surcharging keeps changing and has become more confusing for retailers and consumers alike.

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.

18 Apr 2019

China-US tensions: the view from Japan

Mark Skulley | Freelance journalist

Escalating US-China tensions have led to a new type of cold war, according to a leading Japanese academic.

16 Apr 2019

The Asian Century: more than just China

Tony Walker | Author and Political Analyst

Asian economies are continuing to accelerate. So is Australia becoming an accidental geographic beneficiary?