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Improved growth outlook for shopping centres?

Ellis Davies, MacroPlan’s Manager – Retail, reviews the September 2013 MacroPlan Shopping Centre Benchmarks and considers the outlook for shopping centres. Over recent years it is clear that trading conditions for shopping centres have been challenging. While Australia’s economy has remained relatively strong since the GFC, consumers have been overly cautious and have been saving […]

2014 outlook: It’s a small world, after all

Written by Jason Anderson, Chief Economist – MacroPlan In macroeconomics, an assumption of the ‘small open economy’ is often used. The basis of this assumption is that being small and open, the economy operates as a reflection of economic conditions in the rest of the world. For Australia, floating of the currency and deregulation of […]