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Australian Risk Climate: Sales Expectations Soar

Fourth quarter outlook for increased sales at 11-year high After stalling over the past three months, the outlook for sales has risen to the highest level since 2003, with 46 per cent of businesses expecting increased activity in the fourth quarter of the year while nine per cent anticipate fewer sales and the majority no change. The upbeat response to ... Read More »

Australian Risk Climate: Comprehensive Credit Reporting Has Arrived

D&B Australia has published a new documentation with the title “Insight”.  The document contains a number of key topics concerning the impact of the introduction. Australia finally saw the commencement of a comprehensive credit reporting system – a historic change that has moved Australia into line with the majority of the world’s developed economies, and introduced a new era for ... Read More »

Australian Risk Climate: Economic Revival to Skip 2013 As Business Outlook Goes Flat

Business expectations for the final quarter of the year have fallen flat in a sign that the economy’s long-awaited revival will not occur in 2013. The outlook for the remainder of the year suggests that businesses do not view the conclusion of this month’s federal election as a potential springboard for the economy. Businesses also appear to consider the Reserve ... Read More »