Well, it's been quite some week for long shots!
First up the 5000 to 1 outsiders Leicester City all but wrapped up the English Premier League title, in the process seeing off the likes of wildly wealthy clubs including Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottehnam Hotspur, despite the Foxes being home to an entire squad built on a proverbial shoestring.
Then a bloke from Rotherham that nobody had heard of tore up the US Masters to win a major golf tournament on the final day (the broad Sheffield accents adorning the 18th tea, the purest of unscripted comedy).
And this was despite conditions in the mining sector being reported as "extremely weak".
Capacity utilisation increased strongly to above its long run averages.
This was also reflected by a spring in business confidence, which doubled (+6).
In another welcome little bonus, the price of Australia's most significant export commodity, iron ore, has jumped by +9.6 per cent in its two sessions to US$59.62/t (or above A$77 in Aussie dollar terms).
According to Metal Bulletin, the spot price has only been higher on two days since June 2015 (the price jumped by a reocrd margin of nearly $10 on March 7 before retracing) while Port Hedland iron ore exports hit their highest ever level of 39.5mt in March, with Gina Rinehart's Roy Hill project having come online.
After a slippery run, the oil price also surged by another +4.5 per cent to US$42.14/bl, the highest price we have seen in 2016.
If an interest rate cut in May ever was on the table, it isn't now, with interest rates deemed most likely to be on hold for the foreseeable future.
A splendid result almost right across the board from the widely watched NAB survey.