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SKY News Business RSS
Data points to sluggish quarter of growthAt least Joe Hockey doesn't have to worry about the Reserve Bank raising intere
Data points to sluggish quarter of growth
SKY News Business RSS / Posted 15 minutes ago
At least Joe Hockey doesn't have to worry about the Reserve Bank raising interest rates, although that would be a sign of an improving economy. As renewed questions were raised about the performance of the treasurer, further figures pointed to a... Read more
1h
Sky News Australia
Data points to sluggish quarter of growthAt least Joe Hockey doesn't have to worry about the Reserve Bank raising intere
Data points to sluggish quarter of growth
Sky News Australia / Posted an hour ago
At least Joe Hockey doesn't have to worry about the Reserve Bank raising interest rates, although that would be a sign of an improving economy. As renewed questions were raised about the performance of the treasurer, further figures pointed to a... Read more
6h
Business Spectator
Aust stocks close 1.08% weakerThe Australian sharemarket closed lower today, ending its worst month since the
Aust stocks close 1.08% weaker
Business Spectator / Posted 6 hours ago
The Australian sharemarket closed lower today, ending its worst month since the global financial crisis, as investors weighed imminent interest rates decisions out of the US Federal Reserve and the Reserve Bank of Australia. At the official 4.15pm... Read more
10h
Business Spectator
Aust stocks 1% lower at noonThe Australian sharemarket is substantially weaker at noon as investors weigh i
Aust stocks 1% lower at noon
Business Spectator / Posted 10 hours ago
The Australian sharemarket is substantially weaker at noon as investors weigh imminent interest rates decisions out of the US and the Reserve Bank of Australia. At 12.05pm (AEST), the benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was down 47 points, or 0.89 per cent,... Read more
11h
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Subdued inflation strengthens case for steady rates By finance reporter Rebecca Hyam An unofficial monthly measure of inflation
Subdued inflation strengthens case for steady rates
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 hours ago
By finance reporter Rebecca Hyam An unofficial monthly measure of inflation shows that consumer prices moderated from July to August. The TD Securities - Melbourne Institute Monthly Inflation... Read more
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12h
Business Spectator
Inflation stays well below 2%The annual rate of inflation is staying well below the Reserve Bank's two to th
Inflation stays well below 2%
Business Spectator / Posted 12 hours ago
The annual rate of inflation is staying well below the Reserve Bank's two to three per cent target, but the bank is unlikely to take the option of cutting the cash rate. Consumer prices were up 0.1 per cent in August, following a 0.2 rise in July,... Read more
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16h
TheBull
Australian market set to open higherThe Australian market looks set to open higher following a muted session on Wal
Australian market set to open higher
TheBull / Posted 16 hours ago
The Australian market looks set to open higher following a muted session on Wall Street after Moody's slashed its 2016 growth forecast for the Group of 20 economies due to the hit from a slowing Chinese economy. At 0645 AEST on Monday, the September... Read more
16h
Sydney Morning Herald
Australian business calendar, August 31-September 4MONDAY, August 31 Sydney - Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) business indic
Australian business calendar, August 31-September 4
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 hours ago
MONDAY, August 31 Sydney - Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) business indicators for the June quarter Sydney - TD Securities-Melbourne Institute inflation gauge for August Sydney - Housing Industry Association new home sales for July Sydney -... Read more
16h
Canberra Times
Australian business calendar, August 31-September 4MONDAY, August 31 Sydney - Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) business indic
Australian business calendar, August 31-September 4
Canberra Times / Posted 16 hours ago
MONDAY, August 31 Sydney - Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) business indicators for the June quarter Sydney - TD Securities-Melbourne Institute inflation gauge for August Sydney - Housing Industry Association new home sales for July Sydney -... Read more
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TheBull
Investor Signposts: Week Beginning August 30 2015Craig James – Chief Economist (Author) - CommSec Monday August 31 - Business i
Investor Signposts: Week Beginning August 30 2015
TheBull / Posted 3 days ago
Craig James – Chief Economist (Author) - CommSec Monday August 31 - Business indicators (June quarter) - Profits, sales, stocks and wages Monday August 31 - Private sector credit (July) - Credit is growing near a 6% annual pace Tuesday September 1... Read more
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Business Spectator
The Week AheadSpring tsunami At the change of every season, investors are subjected to a bar
The Week Ahead
Business Spectator / Posted 3 days ago
Spring tsunami At the change of every season, investors are subjected to a barrage of new economic data and events. In the coming week around a dozen indicators will be released in Australia in addition to a Reserve Bank Board meeting. The week... Read more
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Canberra Times
Consumers downbeat on housing outlookProperty: is it a good time to buy? As house prices scale new heights in Sydne
Consumers downbeat on housing outlook
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
Property: is it a good time to buy? As house prices scale new heights in Sydney and Melbourne, consumer attitudes towards the property market appear to be getting much gloomier. Softer buyer demand could mean auctions are not quite as competitive.... Read more
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Perth Now
Joe Hockey’s back to the future speechTWO years ago, Joe Hockey went to the election promising to cut taxes. Then he
Joe Hockey’s back to the future speech
Perth Now / Posted 5 days ago
TWO years ago, Joe Hockey went to the election promising to cut taxes. Then he raised the top marginal tax rate to 49 per cent. Now he’s promising to go to the next election — with the same promise. This morning, about 200 professionals representing... Read more
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Moneymanager
Consumers downbeat on housing outlookYour video format settings have been saved. Property: is it a good time to buy
Consumers downbeat on housing outlook
Moneymanager / Posted 5 days ago
Your video format settings have been saved. Property: is it a good time to buy? As house prices scale new heights in Sydney and Melbourne, consumer attitudes towards the property market appear to be getting much gloomier. Softer buyer demand could... Read more
5d
The Courier Mail
Joe Hockey’s back to the future speechTWO years ago, Joe Hockey went to the election promising to cut taxes. Then he
Joe Hockey’s back to the future speech
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
TWO years ago, Joe Hockey went to the election promising to cut taxes. Then he raised the top marginal tax rate to 49 per cent. Now he’s promising to go to the next election — with the same promise. This morning, about 200 professionals representing... Read more
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Herald Sun
Joe Hockey’s back to the future speechTWO years ago, Joe Hockey went to the election promising to cut taxes. Then he
Joe Hockey’s back to the future speech
Herald Sun / Posted 7 days ago
TWO years ago, Joe Hockey went to the election promising to cut taxes. Then he raised the top marginal tax rate to 49 per cent. Now he’s promising to go to the next election — with the same promise. This morning, about 200 professionals representing... Read more
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Perth Now
Joe Hockey’s back to the future speechTWO years ago, Joe Hockey went to the election promising to cut taxes. Then he
Joe Hockey’s back to the future speech
Perth Now / Posted 7 days ago
TWO years ago, Joe Hockey went to the election promising to cut taxes. Then he raised the top marginal tax rate to 49 per cent. Now he’s promising to go to the next election — with the same promise. This morning, about 200 professionals representing... Read more
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7d
The Courier Mail
Joe Hockey’s back to the future speechTWO years ago, Joe Hockey went to the election promising to cut taxes. Then he
Joe Hockey’s back to the future speech
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
TWO years ago, Joe Hockey went to the election promising to cut taxes. Then he raised the top marginal tax rate to 49 per cent. Now he’s promising to go to the next election — with the same promise. This morning, about 200 professionals representing... Read more
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9d
The Star
CIMB Bank CEO tipped to helm AMMBPETALING JAYA: CIMB Bank chief executive officer Datuk Sulaiman Mohd Tahir who
CIMB Bank CEO tipped to helm AMMB
The Star / Posted 9 days ago
PETALING JAYA: CIMB Bank chief executive officer Datuk Sulaiman Mohd Tahir who has resigned is understood to be heading to take up the top position at rival AMMB Holdings Bhd (AmBank group). The group managing director post at AmBank group has been... Read more
9d
The Courier Mail
Supercheap Auto blames lack of consumer confidence on Queensland governmentWEAK consumer spending in Queensland has put the brakes on Supercheap Auto’s pr
Supercheap Auto blames lack of consumer confidence on Queensland government
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
WEAK consumer spending in Queensland has put the brakes on Supercheap Auto’s profit, and the retail chain partly blames the Queensland government. But questions have risen about the accuracy of blaming the government, with consumer confidence in... Read more
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11d
Northern Daily Leader
Consumers downbeat on housing outlookRising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand
Consumers downbeat on housing outlook
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 days ago
Rising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand from many buyers over the coming months. As house prices scale new heights in Sydney and Melbourne, consumer attitudes towards the property market appear to be getting... Read more
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11d
The Young Witness
Consumers downbeat on housing outlookRising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand
Consumers downbeat on housing outlook
The Young Witness / Posted 11 days ago
Rising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand from many buyers over the coming months. As house prices scale new heights in Sydney and Melbourne, consumer attitudes towards the property market appear to be getting... Read more
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11d
Western Advocate
Consumers downbeat on housing outlookRising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand
Consumers downbeat on housing outlook
Western Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
Rising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand from many buyers over the coming months. As house prices scale new heights in Sydney and Melbourne, consumer attitudes towards the property market appear to be getting... Read more
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11d
Kiama Independent
Consumers downbeat on housing outlookRising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand
Consumers downbeat on housing outlook
Kiama Independent / Posted 11 days ago
Rising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand from many buyers over the coming months. As house prices scale new heights in Sydney and Melbourne, consumer attitudes towards the property market appear to be getting... Read more
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11d
Manning River Times
Consumers downbeat on housing outlookRising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand
Consumers downbeat on housing outlook
Manning River Times / Posted 11 days ago
Rising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand from many buyers over the coming months. As house prices scale new heights in Sydney and Melbourne, consumer attitudes towards the property market appear to be getting... Read more
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11d
Goondiwindi Argus
Consumers downbeat on housing outlookRising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand
Consumers downbeat on housing outlook
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 11 days ago
Rising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand from many buyers over the coming months. As house prices scale new heights in Sydney and Melbourne, consumer attitudes towards the property market appear to be getting... Read more
9 related stories
11d
The North West Star
Consumers downbeat on housing outlookRising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand
Consumers downbeat on housing outlook
The North West Star / Posted 11 days ago
Rising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand from many buyers over the coming months. As house prices scale new heights in Sydney and Melbourne, consumer attitudes towards the property market appear to be getting... Read more
9 related stories
11d
Daily Liberal
Consumers downbeat on housing outlookRising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand
Consumers downbeat on housing outlook
Daily Liberal / Posted 11 days ago
Rising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand from many buyers over the coming months. As house prices scale new heights in Sydney and Melbourne, consumer attitudes towards the property market appear to be getting... Read more
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11d
The Border Mail
Consumers downbeat on housing outlookRising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand
Consumers downbeat on housing outlook
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
Rising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand from many buyers over the coming months. As house prices scale new heights in Sydney and Melbourne, consumer attitudes towards the property market appear to be getting... Read more
9 related stories
11d
The Courier
Consumers downbeat on housing outlookRising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand
Consumers downbeat on housing outlook
The Courier / Posted 11 days ago
Rising house prices in Sydney and Melbourne could translate into softer demand from many buyers over the coming months. As house prices scale new heights in Sydney and Melbourne, consumer attitudes towards the property market appear to be getting... Read more
9 related stories
12d
SKY News Business RSS
Data suggests Howard right on limp outlookTreasurer Joe Hockey disagrees with John Howard that Australia is entering a pe
Data suggests Howard right on limp outlook
SKY News Business RSS / Posted 12 days ago
Treasurer Joe Hockey disagrees with John Howard that Australia is entering a period of 'sub-par' economic growth, however new figures suggest the former prime minister may be on the money. As the government continues to promote its renewed focus on... Read more
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12d
Sky News Australia
Data suggests Howard right on limp outlookTreasurer Joe Hockey disagrees with John Howard that Australia is entering a pe
Data suggests Howard right on limp outlook
Sky News Australia / Posted 12 days ago
Treasurer Joe Hockey disagrees with John Howard that Australia is entering a period of 'sub-par' economic growth, however new figures suggest the former prime minister may be on the money. As the government continues to promote its renewed focus on... Read more
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12d
The Courier Mail
Aust stocks close 1.45% higherThe Australian sharemarket has bounced back from yesterday's seven-month low, w
Aust stocks close 1.45% higher
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
The Australian sharemarket has bounced back from yesterday's seven-month low, with energy and bank stocks recovering recent losses on the back of oil price resilience and a Commonwealth Bank price recovery. At the official 4.15 (AEST) close, the... Read more
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Business Spectator
Aust stocks close 1.45% higherThe Australian sharemarket has bounced back from yesterday's seven-month low, w
Aust stocks close 1.45% higher
Business Spectator / Posted 12 days ago
The Australian sharemarket has bounced back from yesterday's seven-month low, with energy and bank stocks recovering recent losses on the back of oil price resilience and a Commonwealth Bank price recovery. At the official 4.15 (AEST) close, the... Read more
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12d
SKY News Business RSS
Economy losing momentum: WestpacAustralian economic growth is losing momentum in the middle and second half of
Economy losing momentum: Westpac
SKY News Business RSS / Posted 12 days ago
Australian economic growth is losing momentum in the middle and second half of the year. The latest Westpac/Melbourne Institute Leading Index, which indicates the likely pace of economic activity three to nine months into the future, fell to minus... Read more
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12d
SKY News Business RSS
Hockey disagrees with Howard on growthJoe Hockey doesn't agree with former prime minister John Howard that Australia
Hockey disagrees with Howard on growth
SKY News Business RSS / Posted 12 days ago
Joe Hockey doesn't agree with former prime minister John Howard that Australia is entering a period of sub-par economic growth. But the treasurer concedes the federal government has to work harder. Mr Hockey told Radio 3AW today parts of the... Read more
12d
Business Spectator
Aust stocks jump 1.3% at noonThe Australian sharemarket bounced off the seven-month low it touched in the pr
Aust stocks jump 1.3% at noon
Business Spectator / Posted 12 days ago
The Australian sharemarket bounced off the seven-month low it touched in the previous session to trade more than 1 per cent higher at noon. At 12.05pm (AEST), the benchmark S&P/ASX200 index added 68.4 points, or 1.29 per cent, to 5371.5, while the... Read more
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12d
The Courier Mail
Aust stocks jumps 1.3% at noonThe Australian sharemarket bounced off the seven-month low it touched in the pr
Aust stocks jumps 1.3% at noon
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
The Australian sharemarket bounced off the seven-month low it touched in the previous session to trade more than 1 per cent higher at noon. At 12.05pm (AEST), the benchmark S&P/ASX200 index added 68.4 points, or 1.29 per cent, to 5371.5, while the... Read more
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12d
Business Spectator
MI leading index drops below trendThe likely pace of future economic growth fell in July to below trend, suggesti
MI leading index drops below trend
Business Spectator / Posted 12 days ago
The likely pace of future economic growth fell in July to below trend, suggesting a loss of momentum in Australia's economy. The Westpac-Melbourne Institute Leading Index's six-month annualised deviation from trend growth rate, which indicates the... Read more
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12d
Adelaide Now
Economy losing momentum: WestpacAUSTRALIAN economic growth is losing momentum in the middle and second half of
Economy losing momentum: Westpac
Adelaide Now / Posted 12 days ago
AUSTRALIAN economic growth is losing momentum in the middle and second half of the year. THE latest Westpac/Melbourne Institute Leading Index, which indicates the likely pace of economic activity three to nine months into the future, fell to minus... Read more
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12d
Herald Sun
Australian stockmarket rallies at openThe Australian sharemarket bounced off the seven-month low it touched in the pr
Australian stockmarket rallies at open
Herald Sun / Posted 12 days ago
The Australian sharemarket bounced off the seven-month low it touched in the previous session to open almost 1 per cent stronger, despite weak leads from Wall Street and the latest rout on China's main index. At the 10.15am (AEST) official market... Read more
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12d
Herald Sun
Economy losing momentum: WestpacAUSTRALIAN economic growth is losing momentum in the middle and second half of
Economy losing momentum: Westpac
Herald Sun / Posted 12 days ago
AUSTRALIAN economic growth is losing momentum in the middle and second half of the year. THE latest Westpac/Melbourne Institute Leading Index, which indicates the likely pace of economic activity three to nine months into the future, fell to minus... Read more
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Weekly Times
Economy losing momentum: WestpacAUSTRALIAN economic growth is losing momentum in the middle and second half of
Economy losing momentum: Westpac
Weekly Times / Posted 12 days ago
AUSTRALIAN economic growth is losing momentum in the middle and second half of the year. THE latest Westpac/Melbourne Institute Leading Index, which indicates the likely pace of economic activity three to nine months into the future, fell to minus... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Westpac-MI leading index drops below trendThe likely pace of future economic growth fell in July to below trend, suggesti
Westpac-MI leading index drops below trend
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
The likely pace of future economic growth fell in July to below trend, suggesting a loss of momentum in Australia's economy. The Westpac-Melbourne Institute Leading Index's six-month annualised deviation from trend growth rate, which indicates the... Read more
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12d
The Courier Mail
Economy losing momentum: WestpacAUSTRALIAN economic growth is losing momentum in the middle and second half of
Economy losing momentum: Westpac
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
AUSTRALIAN economic growth is losing momentum in the middle and second half of the year. THE latest Westpac/Melbourne Institute Leading Index, which indicates the likely pace of economic activity three to nine months into the future, fell to minus... Read more
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12d
Sky News Australia
Hockey disagrees with Howard on growthJoe Hockey doesn't agree with former prime minister John Howard that Australia
Hockey disagrees with Howard on growth
Sky News Australia / Posted 12 days ago
Joe Hockey doesn't agree with former prime minister John Howard that Australia is entering a period of sub-par economic growth. But the treasurer concedes the federal government has to work harder. Mr Hockey told Radio 3AW today parts of the... Read more
12d
Perth Now
Australian stockmarket rallies at openThe Australian sharemarket bounced off the seven-month low it touched in the pr
Australian stockmarket rallies at open
Perth Now / Posted 12 days ago
The Australian sharemarket bounced off the seven-month low it touched in the previous session to open almost 1 per cent stronger, despite weak leads from Wall Street and the latest rout on China's main index. At the 10.15am (AEST) official market... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Australian stockmarket rallies at openThe Australian sharemarket bounced off the seven-month low it touched in the pr
Australian stockmarket rallies at open
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
The Australian sharemarket bounced off the seven-month low it touched in the previous session to open almost 1 per cent stronger, despite weak leads from Wall Street and the latest rout on China's main index. At the 10.15am (AEST) official market... Read more
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12d
The Courier Mail
Aust stocks rally at the openThe Australian sharemarket bounced off the seven-month low it touched in the pr
Aust stocks rally at the open
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
The Australian sharemarket bounced off the seven-month low it touched in the previous session to open almost 1 per cent stronger, despite weak leads from Wall Street and the latest rout on China's main index. At the 10.15am (AEST) official market... Read more
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12d
Business Spectator
Aust stocks rally at the openThe Australian sharemarket bounced off the seven-month low it touched in the pr
Aust stocks rally at the open
Business Spectator / Posted 12 days ago
The Australian sharemarket bounced off the seven-month low it touched in the previous session to open almost 1 per cent stronger, despite weak leads from Wall Street and the latest rout on China's main index. At the 10.15am (AEST) official market... Read more
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