Chief Economist for Australia Sarah Hunter from BIS Oxford Economics joins ausbiz to discuss what’s transitory and and what’s not. All eyes are on the jobs data set to be released, as we’re going to be able to see the full impact of jobkeeper as the decisions that businesses have made come into full view.
Commodity prices and shipping costs are also brought into focus noting that the sector is continually hit with bad news, after only just getting back on track from the Suez Canal tragedy – there has been a large closure in one of China’s biggest ports… .
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