Topic: Economics


Are you misreading the signs from US Federal Reserve?

The global economy could suffer if the US Federal Reserve's signs continue to be misread. How will it affect your organisation?

Director Sentiment Index: Glass Half Full

For the third survey in a row director sentiment has reached its highest point since 2011, largely off the back of increased confidence about the strength of the Australian economy, as well as other m...

Weekly Updates

Each Monday, Stephen Walters provides an update on the economic week that was, and the week that will be. You can follow Stephen’s updates here.

Optimism about falling government debt may be short lived

Stephen Walters GAICD warns that while there's good reason for board director optimism, we're not in the clear just yet.

Growing the size of Australian GST could boost state economics

The relative economic performance of Australian states is improving -- and board director confidence is on the rise.

2018 Federal Budget: Summary for directors

What does the 2018 Federal Budget mean for your organisation and for the wider Australian economy? AICD Chief Economist Stephen Walters GAICD and Head of Policy Christian Gergis provide their analysis...

The Economist: No Winners from a Global Trade War

A new era of protectionism in the name of “national security” is not in the world’s — or America’s — best interests, warns Stephen Walters GAICD.

Seven Predictions from the 2018 Directors’ Sentiment Index

Stewards of organisations large and small had optimistic expectations about economic progress in the coming year, with a few exceptions. Read the top seven predictions from Australian directors arisin...

Annual inflation anchored below RBA target

Today’s inflation data for the March quarter revealed yet another subdued result. The so-called headline rate of inflation rose just 0.4%q/q last quarter, short of economists’ expectations.

A dog’s breakfast of a jobs report for March

The Australian Bureau of Statistics today released the March jobs report. Embedded in the statistics was a timely lesson on the perils of reading too much into the month-to-month movements in the seas...
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