Seminar on Australian Economic Outlook Post Election October 8th, 2013

Date                     Tuesday, October 8th, 2013


Time                    Reception & Registration 6:00pm

Presentation 6:30-7:30pm


Venue                  Chinese Club, Floor 9th, 21-22 Connaught Road Central


Speaker               Mr Norman Chan

Head of Investment

Calibre Asset Management, a wholly owned subsidiary of National Australian Bank


Content               Australian Economic Outlook Post Election

1.    Confidence improves: the election removes political uncertainty and the honey-moon effect means better confidence in business and hopefully consumers as well

2.    Interest rate: recently there has been some better macro data which has lowered the need for another rate cut in the near term but NAB still expects another quarter-point easing before end of the year.

3.    Currency: both the new administration and RBA seem to prefer a lower Aussie dollar to help rebalance the domestic economy in Australia and to cushion the potential drag from the peaking mining boom.

4.    Economy: the new government will try their best to boost economic growth next year, whilst blaming the old admin on recent and near-future weakness, but the medium term outlook is better due to improved political structure and international economic recovery.

Admission           Free to members of ACAHK and FAAA

(light refreshments will be provided)


Booking & Enquiry:

Tel: 25731357 / 39662890                   Fax: 27763574 / 39662891                    Email: [email protected]


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