The latest Ai Group Industry Newsletter, Friday 29th July is now available including topics on:
- Inflation data: Unions need to back away from exorbitant wage claims
- Emissions target bills are a significant improvement
- Jobs and Skills Australia key to recalibrating national skills strategy
Please find attached the Economics Weekly summarising the major data releases this week.
This week we cover:
- ABS, Retail Trade, Jun 2022
- ABS, Consumer Price Index, Jun 2022
- ABS, Producer Price Indexes, Jun 2022
- ABS, International Trade Price Indexes, Jun 2022
The Bureau of Meteorology have released their latest Climate Outlooks for August through to October with the following overview:
- August to October rainfall is likely to be above median for most of Australia, but below median for western Tasmania and an area of south-western WA.
- August to October maximum temperatures are likely to be above median across the tropics and parts of western and southern Australia, but below median for parts of the east and southern interior.
- Minimum temperatures for August to October are likely to be above median nationwide.
- The emerging negative Indian Ocean Dipole event, along with warmer than average waters around northern Australia, and a neutral to cool phase of the El Niño–Southern Oscillation, are likely to be influencing this outlook.
The CSIRO have released a once-in-a-decade ‘Our Future World’ report, that we would like to share with you for your information.
The report identifies seven global megatrends that hold the key to the challenges and opportunities ahead to 2042 with a view to guide long-term investment, strategic and policy directions across government, industry, the not-for-profit sector and the broader Australian community.
Please click here to view the report.
The latest Ai Group Industry Newsletter, Friday 22nd July is now available including topics on:
- Fragile energy markets remain under pressure
- Invest in people to unlock opportunities of digital economy
- Upcoming events – Beating high energy prices
Please find attached the Economics Weekly summarising the major data releases from last week.
In this edition we cover:
- Two speeches delivered by the RBA, from Deputy Governor, Michelle Bullock and Governor Phil Lowe
- National Skills commission, Internet Vacancy Index
The latest Ai Group Industry Newsletter, Friday 15th July is now available including topics on:
- New Report: Digital transformation is more about people than technology
- Victoria’s single-use plastics ban – commencing 1 February 2023
- Upcoming events – What lies beneath: the global economic outlook & implications for Australian business
Please find attached the Ai Group’s Economics Weekly report summarising the major data releases this week.
Included in this week’s report:
- NAB, Monthly Business Survey, Jun 2022
- ANZ-Roy Morgan, Consumer Confidence, Jul 4-10 2022
- SEEK, Employment Reports, Jun 2022
- ABS, Labour Force, Jun 2022
- ABS, Overseas Arrivals and Departures, May 2022
- RBA rate rise compounds wage and energy pressure on Australian industry
- Future gas risks require export trigger extension – and more
- Australian PCI®: Construction falls into contraction in June
- Investors Eye Circular Economy to Achieve Climate and Financial Goals
Please find attached this week’s Economics Weekly report from Ai Group summarising the major data releases this week.
This week we cover:
- Ai Group, Performance of Construction, Jun 2022
- Ai Group, Performance of Services, Jun 2022
- RBA, Cash Rate Decision, Jul 2022
- ABS, Building Approvals, May 2022
- ABS, Weekly Payroll Jobs and Wages, Week ending 11 June 2022
- ABS, International Trade in Goods and Services, May 2022
- ABS, Monthly Business Turnover Indicator, May 2022
Ai Group Economics Weekly 8th July 2022
The latest Ai Group Industry Newsletter, Friday 1st July is now available including topics on:
- The impact of the energy crisis on Australian industry
- New Mandatory Cyber Incident Reporting obligation for certain critical infrastructure assets required from 8 July 2022
- Australian PMI®: Higher manufacturing input costs fuel price rises
- New employment service supports business and industry
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