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19 Feb 2020

Diversity delivers dividends

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) has moved beyond nice to have to shareholder priority.

TOP STORIES

21 Feb 2020

Aus emissions: output or intensity - part two

Catherine Birch | Senior Economist, ANZ

A majority of Australia’s emissions are being driven by a few key industries. Find out which in part two of this series.

20 Feb 2020

Stateometer: forecast downgrades worst for south east

Cherelle Murphy | Senior Economist, ANZ

A deterioration in labour markets has pulled down economies in the December quarter.

18 Feb 2020

Deloitte: settling mortgages in 2020

James Hickey & Heather Baister | Partner - Consulting & Partner - Audit and Assurance, Deloitte

After a tumultuous year, the mortgage market is focused on better customer experience and innovative offerings.

17 Feb 2020

Aus dairy’s flow-on effect

Madeleine Swan | Associate Director, Agri Research Australia, ANZ

The dairy industry has changed a lot in 10 years. What does the next decade hold for Australian producers?

14 Feb 2020

NZ agri braces for coronavirus contagion

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

New Zealand’s agriculture industry is watching the flow-on effects of the coronavirus closely as produce begins to pile-up.

13 Feb 2020

Calculating a fair tax on carbon

Alan Mitchell | Former AFR Economics Editor

Should the Australian government take note of the approach of other major economies on carbon taxes?

12 Feb 2020

IN CHARTS: Aus housing stability

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

Have the last few months of low interest rates left a lasting impact on Aus housing affordability and stability?

11 Feb 2020

Cyber risks at home: bad for business

Paul Burrow & Catherine Wise | Senior Cyber Security Behaviour Managers, ANZ

As the line between workplace and home continues blurs, cyber risk for organisations spreads outside the office.

10 Feb 2020

Australian economy suffers virus symptoms

Felicity Emmett & David Plank | Senior Economist & Head of Australian Economics, ANZ

Growing uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus will have a large impact on near-term GDP growth in Australia.

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07 Feb 2020

Aus emissions: output or intensity - part one

Catherine Birch | Senior Economist, ANZ

Australia’s Government has said they don’t want to risk the economy over emissions cuts. What impact will that make? Hear more in this two-part series.

05 Feb 2020

Banks and payments: take your pick

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Incumbent banks and new players keep coming up with even more ways to pay – but is it musical chairs or deckchairs on the Titanic?

04 Feb 2020

Coronavirus: economic contagion

Khoon Goh & Dhiraj Nim | Head of Asia Research & FX Analyst, ANZ

As the frenzy surrounding Coronavirus continues, economic shockwaves are starting to radiate.

03 Feb 2020

George: Wealth simplification to help customers

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

ANZ Deputy CEO says the bank will work with partner companies to offer high quality wealth solutions to customers.

06 Feb 2020

Coronavirus, green swans and unknown unknowns

Tony Walker | Author and Political Analyst

The global economy is still recovering from fragilities of the last decade. Now coronavirus threatens to hit growth anew.

31 Jan 2020

Financing a changing climate

Stella Saris Chow | Head of Sustainable Finance – International, ANZ

Sustainable finance is growing rapidly, innovative products can help support companies in the transition to a lower carbon economy.

30 Jan 2020

APEC: the hope of the side

Tony Walker | Author and Political Analyst

At 30, and without formal powers, what can APEC achieve in an increasingly fraught region? APEC Study Centre director Craig Emerson explains.

29 Jan 2020

China’s fortune in the Year of the Rat

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

2020 marks the start of a new zodiac and a new decade. How will China fare in the Year of the Rat?

28 Jan 2020

Capitalism vs Socialism: mismatch or missed match?

James Culham | Director, Institutional Portfolio Management, ANZ

Is the ongoing debate between capitalism and socialism aiming at the right target?

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