June's Economic Update describes what implications could arise if Trump forces tariffs too high with China and the fiscal boost to come from Australia's impending rate cut.
May's Economic Update details strong growth of the US and China markets, as well as RBA's signal to cut the cash rate.
April's Economic Update details the hold on interest rates by the RBA for now and Fed for the rest of 2019. Flat to positive strong growth in global stock markets.
The March Economic Update details the RBA's decision to hold interest rates and the delay in Brexit and Trump vs China trade war... for now.
The February update details fears of unheard rate cuts by the RBA, as initiated by the Fed, and China's weak yet not detrimental softening of GDP growth.
The November update is dominated by the US's strong economic growth, rate hike fears and the overall positive prospect of global growth.
The October economic update shares how Australia and the US exceed expectations, as both strongly move forward in terms of economic and labour growth.
The September economic update details the US shaking hands with new trade deals and Australia's premature change in leadership.
The August update sees how the Australian job market moves strength-to-strength, in tandem with the driving growth of the US Economy.
The July update sees new pockets of growth emerging with markets responding positively and the Federal Reserve raising rates showing confidence in the US Economy.
The May update sees the recovery of the Australian share market, the strengthening of the US Economy, casualties from the Royal Commission and frictions easing on the Korean Pennisula
Highlights in this review sees a re-emergence of Geopolitical Stability, the re-election of National leaders, a Russia-OPEC deal and reporting of strong Economic data.