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Financial Update 05 JUNE 2017

Adeelle Judilla - Monday, June 05, 2017


DAVIDSON INSTITUTE

Managing growth. [webinar]

Tuesday 13th June - 1.00pm AEST

Growth in sales and profit is often seen as the primary goal for any business. However, when a business experiences growth, they quite often find that it is unmanageable and can cause significant cash flow concerns.

This 30-45 minute webinar addresses the challenge of growing sales and profit in a way that is sustainable. It is easy to follow, practical, and offers tips and tools to identify, understand and manage the risks and financial requirements of growth.

https://www.davidsoninstitute.edu.au/business/growing-your-business/managing-growth/

Financial Foundations: Borrowing. [webinar]

Thursday 15th June - 1.00pm AEST

Borrowing money can enhance your lifestyle or increase your investment opportunities. Using credit wisely can help us to get ahead however if not managed well it can have a negative impact on your financial future.

This 30-45 minute interactive webinar looks at how to borrow well and to keep the credit we’re using manageable to ensure its helping not hindering us in achieving our life goals.

https://www.davidsoninstitute.edu.au/personal/planning-for-your-future/financial-foundations-borrowing/

BUSINESS FOCUS

Westpac’s Weekly Economic Update[article]

Westpac’s weekly economic update video, and what is in the print version covering key issues, data releases and previews plus Westpac’s economic & financial forecasts.

https://businessfocus.westpacgroup.com.au/blog/2017/june/05/weekly-economic-update-5-june-2017/

Westpac foreign exchange news – 4 November [video]

Robert Rennie expects the current weakness in the A$ to continue into next week.

https://businessfocus.westpacgroup.com.au/blog/2017/june/02/westpac-foreign-exchange-news-2-june/


 

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