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TheBull
RBA Governor "unplugged"of the economic data? The ANZ/Roy Morgan weekly survey of consumer confidence
RBA Governor "unplugged"
TheBull / Posted 3 days ago
of the economic data? The ANZ/Roy Morgan weekly survey of consumer confidence closely tracks the monthly Westpac/Melbourne Institute consumer sentiment index but the former measure is a timelier assessment of consumer attitudes and is now... Read more
4d
Mashable
Snickers bars get cheaper the angrier the Internet gets in clever Aussie ad campaignthe price of Snickers will drop. Feed your rage, people. It works using a thin
Snickers bars get cheaper the angrier the Internet gets in clever Aussie ad campaign
Mashable / Posted 4 days ago
the price of Snickers will drop. Feed your rage, people. It works using a thing called the "Hungerithm," an algorithm by Melbourne Institute of Technology that monitors the online mood and then moves the price of Snickers accordingly. The cost of... Read more
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Perth Now
Wage growth just ahead of benign inflationremaining as a headwind to household spending," ANZ head of economics Felicity
Wage growth just ahead of benign inflation
Perth Now / Posted 10 days ago
remaining as a headwind to household spending," ANZ head of economics Felicity Emmett said. At the same time, the Westpac-Melbourne Institute leading index of economic activity - which indicates the likely pace of the economy three to nine months... Read more
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10d
Adelaide Now
Wage growth just ahead of benign inflationremaining as a headwind to household spending," ANZ head of economics Felicity
Wage growth just ahead of benign inflation
Adelaide Now / Posted 10 days ago
remaining as a headwind to household spending," ANZ head of economics Felicity Emmett said. At the same time, the Westpac-Melbourne Institute leading index of economic activity - which indicates the likely pace of the economy three to nine months... Read more
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10d
Sky News Australia
Below-trend growth looks set to continueset to continue to weigh on the Australian economy for the rest of 2016. That'
Below-trend growth looks set to continue
Sky News Australia / Posted 10 days ago
set to continue to weigh on the Australian economy for the rest of 2016. That's the forecast signalled by the Westpac-Melbourne Institute Leading Index, which rose in April but continues to point to below-trend growth in the second half of... Read more
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10d
Perth Now
Economy set for more below-trend growthset to continue to weigh on the Australian economy for the rest of 2016. That'
Economy set for more below-trend growth
Perth Now / Posted 10 days ago
set to continue to weigh on the Australian economy for the rest of 2016. That's the forecast signalled by the Westpac-Melbourne Institute Leading Index, which rose in April but continues to point to below-trend growth in the second half of... Read more
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10d
The Courier Mail
Economy set for more below-trend growthset to continue to weigh on the Australian economy for the rest of 2016. That'
Economy set for more below-trend growth
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
set to continue to weigh on the Australian economy for the rest of 2016. That's the forecast signalled by the Westpac-Melbourne Institute Leading Index, which rose in April but continues to point to below-trend growth in the second half of... Read more
3 related stories
10d
Adelaide Now
Economy set for more below-trend growthset to continue to weigh on the Australian economy for the rest of 2016. That'
Economy set for more below-trend growth
Adelaide Now / Posted 10 days ago
set to continue to weigh on the Australian economy for the rest of 2016. That's the forecast signalled by the Westpac-Melbourne Institute Leading Index, which rose in April but continues to point to below-trend growth in the second half of... Read more
3 related stories
10d
Perth Now
Australian market set to open lowerof Australia Assistant Governor (Financial Markets) Guy Debelle is slated to sp
Australian market set to open lower
Perth Now / Posted 10 days ago
of Australia Assistant Governor (Financial Markets) Guy Debelle is slated to speak at the RMB FX Forum in Beijing. Westpac-Melbourne Institute Leading Indexes of Economic Activity is due out. In equities news, Coca-Cola Amatil and Iluka Resources... Read more
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10d
The Courier Mail
Australian market set to open lowerof Australia Assistant Governor (Financial Markets) Guy Debelle is slated to sp
Australian market set to open lower
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
of Australia Assistant Governor (Financial Markets) Guy Debelle is slated to speak at the RMB FX Forum in Beijing. Westpac-Melbourne Institute Leading Indexes of Economic Activity is due out. In equities news, Coca-Cola Amatil and Iluka Resources... Read more
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11d
Daily Telegraph
Australian market set to open lowerof Australia Assistant Governor (Financial Markets) Guy Debelle is slated to sp
Australian market set to open lower
Daily Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
of Australia Assistant Governor (Financial Markets) Guy Debelle is slated to speak at the RMB FX Forum in Beijing. Westpac-Melbourne Institute Leading Indexes of Economic Activity is due out. In equities news, Coca-Cola Amatil and Iluka Resources... Read more
5 related stories
11d
TheBull
Rate cut in May a close callof the economic data? The ANZ/Roy Morgan weekly survey of consumer confidence
Rate cut in May a close call
TheBull / Posted 11 days ago
of the economic data? The ANZ/Roy Morgan weekly survey of consumer confidence closely tracks the monthly Westpac/Melbourne Institute consumer sentiment index but the former measure is a timelier assessment of consumer attitudes and is now... Read more
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11d
The Border Mail
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a bounce in house prices, either. The Westpac Melbourne Institute index of house price expectations has fallen 15.9 per cent in the last year, and dipped this month, as... Read more
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11d
The Courier
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?
The Courier / Posted 11 days ago
cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a bounce in house prices, either. The Westpac Melbourne Institute index of house price expectations has fallen 15.9 per cent in the last year, and dipped this month, as... Read more
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11d
Northern Daily Leader
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 days ago
cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a bounce in house prices, either. The Westpac Melbourne Institute index of house price expectations has fallen 15.9 per cent in the last year, and dipped this month, as... Read more
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11d
The Young Witness
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?
The Young Witness / Posted 11 days ago
cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a bounce in house prices, either. The Westpac Melbourne Institute index of house price expectations has fallen 15.9 per cent in the last year, and dipped this month, as... Read more
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11d
Canberra Times
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a bounce in house prices, either. The Westpac Melbourne Institute index of house price expectations has fallen 15.9 per cent in the last year, and dipped this month, as... Read more
10 related stories
11d
Western Advocate
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?
Western Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a bounce in house prices, either. The Westpac Melbourne Institute index of house price expectations has fallen 15.9 per cent in the last year, and dipped this month, as... Read more
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11d
Kiama Independent
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?
Kiama Independent / Posted 11 days ago
cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a bounce in house prices, either. The Westpac Melbourne Institute index of house price expectations has fallen 15.9 per cent in the last year, and dipped this month, as... Read more
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11d
Manning River Times
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?
Manning River Times / Posted 11 days ago
cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a bounce in house prices, either. The Westpac Melbourne Institute index of house price expectations has fallen 15.9 per cent in the last year, and dipped this month, as... Read more
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11d
Goondiwindi Argus
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 11 days ago
cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a bounce in house prices, either. The Westpac Melbourne Institute index of house price expectations has fallen 15.9 per cent in the last year, and dipped this month, as... Read more
10 related stories
11d
The North West Star
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?
The North West Star / Posted 11 days ago
cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a bounce in house prices, either. The Westpac Melbourne Institute index of house price expectations has fallen 15.9 per cent in the last year, and dipped this month, as... Read more
10 related stories
11d
Daily Liberal
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a
Property market: Will record low interest rates unleash another housing boom?
Daily Liberal / Posted 11 days ago
cent and Melbourne's rose 9.6 per cent). Consumers aren't predicting much of a bounce in house prices, either. The Westpac Melbourne Institute index of house price expectations has fallen 15.9 per cent in the last year, and dipped this month, as... Read more
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12d
Japan Today
The Peninsula Tokyo lifts the bar for service ‹ Japan Todayhotel and business management from the Blue Mountain International Hotel Manage
The Peninsula Tokyo lifts the bar for service ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 12 days ago
hotel and business management from the Blue Mountain International Hotel Management School (BMIHMS) in Sydney and the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, respectively. Prior to joining The Peninsula Hotels, she had 16 years of experience... Read more
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York Daily Record
Moving Up for May 15, 2016College, will also serve as the Chloe Eichelberger Endowed Chair in Business Ed
Moving Up for May 15, 2016
York Daily Record / Posted 13 days ago
College, will also serve as the Chloe Eichelberger Endowed Chair in Business Education. Norris holds degrees from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Australia and the University of Strathclyde in the United Kingdom. James Norrie has... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Signs of a problem for Malcolm Turnbull in post-budget sentimentactually even-handed is being lost in the election ruckus. People began being
Signs of a problem for Malcolm Turnbull in post-budget sentiment
Brisbane Times / Posted 15 days ago
actually even-handed is being lost in the election ruckus. People began being contacted for the May edition of the Westpac Melbourne Institute consumer sentiment survey on Monday, May 2, the day before Scott Morrison unveiled his first budget, and... Read more
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WA Today
Signs of a problem for Malcolm Turnbull in post-budget sentimentactually even-handed is being lost in the election ruckus. People began being
Signs of a problem for Malcolm Turnbull in post-budget sentiment
WA Today / Posted 15 days ago
actually even-handed is being lost in the election ruckus. People began being contacted for the May edition of the Westpac Melbourne Institute consumer sentiment survey on Monday, May 2, the day before Scott Morrison unveiled his first budget, and... Read more
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15d
The Age
Signs of a problem for Malcolm Turnbull in post-budget sentimentactually even-handed is being lost in the election ruckus. People began being
Signs of a problem for Malcolm Turnbull in post-budget sentiment
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
actually even-handed is being lost in the election ruckus. People began being contacted for the May edition of the Westpac Melbourne Institute consumer sentiment survey on Monday, May 2, the day before Scott Morrison unveiled his first budget, and... Read more
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15d
Sydney Morning Herald
Signs of a problem for Malcolm Turnbull in post-budget sentimentactually even-handed is being lost in the election ruckus. People began being
Signs of a problem for Malcolm Turnbull in post-budget sentiment
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
actually even-handed is being lost in the election ruckus. People began being contacted for the May edition of the Westpac Melbourne Institute consumer sentiment survey on Monday, May 2, the day before Scott Morrison unveiled his first budget, and... Read more
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15d
Canberra Times
Signs of a problem for Malcolm Turnbull in post-budget sentimentactually even-handed is being lost in the election ruckus. People began being
Signs of a problem for Malcolm Turnbull in post-budget sentiment
Canberra Times / Posted 15 days ago
actually even-handed is being lost in the election ruckus. People began being contacted for the May edition of the Westpac Melbourne Institute consumer sentiment survey on Monday, May 2, the day before Scott Morrison unveiled his first budget, and... Read more
4 related stories
15d
New Kerala
Australian sports technology delegation from Melbourne embarks on its first trade mission to forge partnerships with India - newkerala.com #63063of Understanding had been previously established between The Wool Research Asso
Australian sports technology delegation from Melbourne embarks on its first trade mission to forge partnerships with India - newkerala.com #63063
New Kerala / Posted 15 days ago
of Understanding had been previously established between The Wool Research Association (WRA) of India and the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, Australia (RMIT University). With the Victorian delegation visiting India and... Read more
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WA Today
Myer the tale of a Lazarus like recoveryUmbers is cynical about the sustainability of the boost in sentiment that was m
Myer the tale of a Lazarus like recovery
WA Today / Posted 15 days ago
Umbers is cynical about the sustainability of the boost in sentiment that was measured earlier this week by the Westpac Melbourne Institute Index. He views the boost in consumer confidence in recent weeks as a knee-jerk reaction that may not... Read more
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Canberra Times
Myer the tale of a Lazarus like recoveryUmbers is cynical about the sustainability of the boost in sentiment that was m
Myer the tale of a Lazarus like recovery
Canberra Times / Posted 15 days ago
Umbers is cynical about the sustainability of the boost in sentiment that was measured earlier this week by the Westpac Melbourne Institute Index. He views the boost in consumer confidence in recent weeks as a knee-jerk reaction that may not... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Myer the tale of a Lazarus like recoveryUmbers is cynical about the sustainability of the boost in sentiment that was m
Myer the tale of a Lazarus like recovery
Brisbane Times / Posted 15 days ago
Umbers is cynical about the sustainability of the boost in sentiment that was measured earlier this week by the Westpac Melbourne Institute Index. He views the boost in consumer confidence in recent weeks as a knee-jerk reaction that may not... Read more
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15d
The Age
Myer the tale of a Lazarus like recoveryUmbers is cynical about the sustainability of the boost in sentiment that was m
Myer the tale of a Lazarus like recovery
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
Umbers is cynical about the sustainability of the boost in sentiment that was measured earlier this week by the Westpac Melbourne Institute Index. He views the boost in consumer confidence in recent weeks as a knee-jerk reaction that may not... Read more
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15d
Sydney Morning Herald
Myer the tale of a Lazarus like recoveryUmbers is cynical about the sustainability of the boost in sentiment that was m
Myer the tale of a Lazarus like recovery
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
Umbers is cynical about the sustainability of the boost in sentiment that was measured earlier this week by the Westpac Melbourne Institute Index. He views the boost in consumer confidence in recent weeks as a knee-jerk reaction that may not... Read more
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16d
NZCity
NZ dollar jumps against Aussieweaker-than-expected first quarter inflation data. Expectations for future cut
NZ dollar jumps against Aussie
NZCity / Posted 16 days ago
weaker-than-expected first quarter inflation data. Expectations for future cuts were stoked further after Thursday's Melbourne Institute survey of consumer inflationary expectations showed expectations fell to 3.2 per cent from 3.6 per... Read more
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16d
New Zealand's National Business Review
NZ dollar jumps to two-month high vs Aussieweaker-than-expected first quarter inflation data. Expectations for future cuts
NZ dollar jumps to two-month high vs Aussie
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 16 days ago
weaker-than-expected first quarter inflation data. Expectations for future cuts were stoked further after yesterday's Melbourne Institute survey of consumer inflationary expectations, which measures the consumer's view of price stability over... Read more
16d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
RBA will cut cash rate to 1pc ... or lower: JP Morganand to inflation expectations," Ms Auld said.Falling inflation expectations rai
RBA will cut cash rate to 1pc ... or lower: JP Morgan
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
and to inflation expectations," Ms Auld said.Falling inflation expectations raise deflation threat This view is supported Melbourne Institute Consumer Inflationary Expectations survey, showing another significant drop in May. The survey -... Read more
17d
Brisbane Times
Interest rate cuts - the only thing that really mattersrespondents. Our confidence levels are now the highest they have been for more
Interest rate cuts - the only thing that really matters
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 days ago
respondents. Our confidence levels are now the highest they have been for more than two years. The results of the Westpac/Melbourne Institute consumer sentiment index for April - a survey that covers both the federal budget and the rate cut -... Read more
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WA Today
Interest rate cuts - the only thing that really mattersrespondents. Our confidence levels are now the highest they have been for more
Interest rate cuts - the only thing that really matters
WA Today / Posted 17 days ago
respondents. Our confidence levels are now the highest they have been for more than two years. The results of the Westpac/Melbourne Institute consumer sentiment index for April - a survey that covers both the federal budget and the rate cut -... Read more
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The Age
Interest rate cuts - the only thing that really mattersthose who currently have a mortgage. Consumer confidence climbed this month as
Interest rate cuts - the only thing that really matters
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
those who currently have a mortgage. Consumer confidence climbed this month as Aussies cheered a rate cut. Photo: Westpac-Melbourne Institute One can only imagine those few respondents that have money on deposits and no mortgage might be equally... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Interest rate cuts - the only thing that really mattersthose who currently have a mortgage. Consumer confidence climbed this month as
Interest rate cuts - the only thing that really matters
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
those who currently have a mortgage. Consumer confidence climbed this month as Aussies cheered a rate cut. Photo: Westpac-Melbourne Institute One can only imagine those few respondents that have money on deposits and no mortgage might be equally... Read more
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Canberra Times
Interest rate cuts - the only thing that really mattersrespondents. Our confidence levels are now the highest they have been for more
Interest rate cuts - the only thing that really matters
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
respondents. Our confidence levels are now the highest they have been for more than two years. The results of the Westpac/Melbourne Institute consumer sentiment index for April - a survey that covers both the federal budget and the rate cut -... Read more
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17d
Sky News Australia
Rate cut boosts confidence: Westpacconfidence. Confidence jumped 8.5 per cent in May, following a 4.0 per cent fa
Rate cut boosts confidence: Westpac
Sky News Australia / Posted 17 days ago
confidence. Confidence jumped 8.5 per cent in May, following a 4.0 per cent fall in April, according to the Westpac/Melbourne Institute index of consumer sentiment on Wednesday. The index rose to 103.2 points, indicating there are now more... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Confidence leap likely brief: economiststo be only a short-lived boost, economists say. Confidence jumped in May, risi
Confidence leap likely brief: economists
Adelaide Now / Posted 17 days ago
to be only a short-lived boost, economists say. Confidence jumped in May, rising 8.5 per cent according to the Westpac/Melbourne Institute index of consumer sentiment released on Wednesday. The index rebounded from a four per cent fall in... Read more
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17d
TheBull
Refinancing on the rise; Confidence Okin March, up 5.9 per cent on a year ago, but down 7.4 per cent in the past four
Refinancing on the rise; Confidence Ok
TheBull / Posted 17 days ago
in March, up 5.9 per cent on a year ago, but down 7.4 per cent in the past four months. Consumer sentiment: The Westpac/Melbourne Institute index of consumer confidence rose by 8.5 per cent in May to 103.2 after sliding by 4 per cent in April.... Read more
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Canberra Times
Rate cut buoys consumer spiritsLast week's interest rate cut has buoyed consumer spirits, according to the lat
Rate cut buoys consumer spirits
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
Last week's interest rate cut has buoyed consumer spirits, according to the latest Westpac-Melbourne Institute survey, which saw its main index jump 8.5 per cent this month. The latest reading, of 103.2 index points, is the highest since January... Read more
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Herald Sun
Confidence leaps after rate cut: Westpacrebounded strongly following the Reserve Bank's rate cut. Confidence jumped 8.
Confidence leaps after rate cut: Westpac
Herald Sun / Posted 17 days ago
rebounded strongly following the Reserve Bank's rate cut. Confidence jumped 8.5 per cent in May, according to the Westpac/Melbourne Institute index of consumer sentiment on Wednesday, rebounding from a four per cent fall in April. The index rose... Read more
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Weekly Times
Confidence leaps after rate cut: Westpacrebounded strongly following the Reserve Bank's rate cut. Confidence jumped 8.
Confidence leaps after rate cut: Westpac
Weekly Times / Posted 17 days ago
rebounded strongly following the Reserve Bank's rate cut. Confidence jumped 8.5 per cent in May, according to the Westpac/Melbourne Institute index of consumer sentiment on Wednesday, rebounding from a four per cent fall in April. The index rose... Read more
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