Global Economy

29 Nov 2022

ANZ Stateometer: Economic stability across the states, QLD momentum up

Bansi Madhavani | Senior Economist, ANZ

Economy stable as NT slows and Queensland accelerates, regional resilience.

15 Nov 2022

NZ Economic Outlook: coming in to land

Miles Workman & Sharon Zollner | Senior Economist & Chief Economist, ANZ

Economic growth poised to slow as monetary tightening weighs on domestic demand. GDP to benefit from the return of international tourism and weaker demand for imports. Avoiding recession remains a line ball call.

14 Nov 2022

Queensland’s perfect storm of growth

Shane White | Content Manager - Institutional, ANZ

The economic opportunity in Queensland is significant but it comes with challenges.

10 Nov 2022

Investing in childcare—and boosting women’s participation in the workforce

Cindy Arthur and Brendan Rinaldi | Head of Health, ANZ Australia Commercial & Head of Health, ANZ Institutional.

Government reforms to increase access to childcare can boost womens’ participation in the workforce.

09 Nov 2022

The end of the world as we know it

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Globalisation is in retreat, the environment is besieged, wealth disparity is growing. It’s not the fault of capitalism but those who promote liberal, open economies must take notice.

04 Nov 2022

Australian wages growth measures tell different stories. What’s going on?

Catherine Birch | Senior Economist, ANZ

As Australians struggle with inflation and the cost of living, not everyone is benefitting from higher average earnings.

26 Oct 2022

Budget 2022: the flow-on effects for business

Jenefer Stewart | General Manager Business Banking, ANZ

Budget 2022: the flow-on effects for businessSmall businesses can expect more consistent spending if the Budget helps curb the inflationary pressures affecting households, ANZ General Manager Business, Banking Jenefer Stewart explains.

26 Oct 2022

YETSENGA: Budget 2022, reframing the narrative

Richard Yetsenga | Chief Economist, ANZ

ANZ Chief Economist explains how the ALP government has taken advantage of its first Budget to reset the parameters, the narrative and the framework of Australia’s economic story.

26 Oct 2022

BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: key priorities at a glance

David Plank | Head of Australian Economics at ANZ

Families, health, housing and the environment – find the highlights of this year’s Budget in this easy-to-read infographic.

06 Oct 2022

Budget 2022: of spillovers & slowdowns

Adelaide Timbrell & Madeline Dunk |

Structural pressures and a slowdown in growth are expected to keep Australia’s budget in deficit.

05 Oct 2022

Talent doesn’t want a war they want value

Rita Newman | Group General Manager, Joiners and Movers, ANZ

Companies must invest more than ever in attracting and retaining staff as workplaces continue to evolve after the COVID-19 pandemic.

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.