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US consumer tipped to grow even stronger
After years of spearheading the tepid recovery in the world’s largest economy, the strength of the American consumer is expected to continue to rise.
Energy & commodities
The evolution of energy storage
As refineries in the UK and EMEA start to close down, energy storage will become more important for our self-sufficiency moving forward. Macquarie Capital Managing Director Ed Winter discusses the key changes we are seeing and the consequences these will have on energy storage.
Streaming technologies driving global music resurgence
Revenues from music streaming services are tipped to increase exponentially over the next decade, with the technology buoying a resurgence in growth in the music industry globally.
Australian Economic Outlook: commodity prices and growth
Australia's recent economic growth has been stronger than expected. Macquarie's Australian Head of Economic Research James McIntyre discusses how public demand is fuelling growth and what the upswing in Australia's commodity prices could mean for mining investment.
Disruptive technology reshaping utilities sector
Disruptive technologies are changing the way power is both generated and consumed in Europe.
Consumer spending driving Australian economic growth
Consumer spending has been one of the clear growth engines in an otherwise sluggish Australian economy over the past two years.
US can expect higher interest rates than widely predicted
North America Economist David Doyle says investors can expect higher US interest rates despite global uncertainty: