[Radar] Financial Comfort Index for Australian Households + G20 finance ministers’ summit

> With the G20 Finance Ministers in Cairns, ISIL and the threat of terrorism, concerns with the Chinese economy, the Ebola outbreak, Scotland’s referendum, these past few weeks have definitively brought global systemic risks on the agenda. So a Radar highlighting big picture items, including the continued debate on our financial system stability, some interesting developments in our domestic banking competition, the Alibaba IPO, and the G20.

> This focus on systemic risks is a good segue to look at a valuable study that seems to have been overlooked by the media: the “ME Bank Household Financial Comfort Index”, which provides good insights into the changing financial and economic psychology of Australian households. A prompt reminding us of the imperative to factor in our solutions actionable insights on how our customers manage their savings and debt.

Link to the PDF: https://www.dropbox.com/

Xavier Rizos – Sept 2014 – Sydney



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