The Australian Financial Report has been released.
It looks at the financials of the top 100 Australian banks, from their top 10 banks to their bottom 50.
It shows that the banks have been forced to do the hard work of managing the fallout from the economic downturn and the impact it has had on their business.
One of the biggest losers from the crisis has been the banking sector.
While it is still recovering, its growth is not strong enough to cover the costs of the crisis, with total revenue down to $5.8 billion in 2017, compared to $8.1 billion in 2015.
This is not just down to the collapse of the financial system, but also the impact of the global recession.
While Australia’s banks have had to adjust to a different environment, the global economy is also struggling to recover.
As of June 30, 2017, the economy had been on a net loss of $5 billion.
And that’s before the global downturn.
Australia’s financial sector has had to deal with a number of challenges during the crisis.
But the big loser from the financial crisis has not been the banks, but the Australian economy.
Credit ratings agency Moody’s downgraded the Australian Government’s sovereign debt to A-grade, its third highest rating, from A- from A.
Credit rating agency Standard and Poor’s downgrades Australia’s sovereign rating to A+ from A from A, which is the highest level of risk.
The Federal Government has also been hit hard by the economic crisis.
The budget was cut and the economy has been hit by a global recession, but this is far from over.
The Government’s finances are in a mess, with the Commonwealth running a deficit of $1.9 billion in the first half of the year and the budget being balanced with a debt of $2.6 billion.
It will be interesting to see what the Government does next.
But if there are any bright spots in the financial world, it is that the banking industry has been resilient to the global economic downturn.
In fact, they have been able to survive.
It’s hard to see that happening to the Australian banking sector in the future, with some analysts estimating the industry could see a loss of more than $2 billion in its fourth quarter.
The banks are also being rewarded for their continued performance.
Moody’s has also lowered Australia’s outlook for its credit rating.
This means the Government has to keep their bondholders happy in order to keep the rating down, as well as keeping its creditors happy with an outlook of A from the agency.
And Standard and Poors has also downgraded Australia’s A- rating to BBB+, the second lowest rating, a downgrade from A+.
It is a sign of the industry’s resilience that it is not only the banks that are struggling, but they are also the largest beneficiary of these ratings.