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Herald Sun
Economists look to CPI for guidance on RBAto the inflation figures due on Wednesday and the strong chance of another inte
Economists look to CPI for guidance on RBA
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
to the inflation figures due on Wednesday and the strong chance of another interest rate cut next month. HSBC economists Paul Bloxham and Daniel Smith said the consumer price index numbers are always important for the Reserve Bank. "However,... Read more
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Weekly Times
Economists look to CPI for guidance on RBAto the inflation figures due on Wednesday and the strong chance of another inte
Economists look to CPI for guidance on RBA
Weekly Times / Posted yesterday
to the inflation figures due on Wednesday and the strong chance of another interest rate cut next month. HSBC economists Paul Bloxham and Daniel Smith said the consumer price index numbers are always important for the Reserve Bank. "However,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Economists look to CPI for guidance on RBAto the inflation figures due on Wednesday and the strong chance of another inte
Economists look to CPI for guidance on RBA
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
to the inflation figures due on Wednesday and the strong chance of another interest rate cut next month. HSBC economists Paul Bloxham and Daniel Smith said the consumer price index numbers are always important for the Reserve Bank. "However,... Read more
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5d
Namibia Economist
Squeaking back inby around A$50 billion, could turn out to be his “saviour”, sharply improving t
Squeaking back in
Namibia Economist / Posted 5 days ago
by around A$50 billion, could turn out to be his “saviour”, sharply improving the long-term budget outlook. For now, says Paul Bloxham, an economist at HSBC, markets have been largely untroubled by Australia’s result. Mr Turnbull will be wary of... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Economists saw stalling jobless ratemeeting on August 2, she said. "A weak outcome would likely convince the RBA t
Economists saw stalling jobless rate
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 days ago
meeting on August 2, she said. "A weak outcome would likely convince the RBA to lower official interest rates again." Paul Bloxham and Daniel Smith at HSBC took a similar line. Looking past the monthly volatility in the data, the official... Read more
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8d
Weekly Times
Economists saw stalling jobless ratemeeting on August 2, she said. "A weak outcome would likely convince the RBA t
Economists saw stalling jobless rate
Weekly Times / Posted 8 days ago
meeting on August 2, she said. "A weak outcome would likely convince the RBA to lower official interest rates again." Paul Bloxham and Daniel Smith at HSBC took a similar line. Looking past the monthly volatility in the data, the official... Read more
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8d
Herald Sun
Economists saw stalling jobless ratemeeting on August 2, she said. "A weak outcome would likely convince the RBA t
Economists saw stalling jobless rate
Herald Sun / Posted 8 days ago
meeting on August 2, she said. "A weak outcome would likely convince the RBA to lower official interest rates again." Paul Bloxham and Daniel Smith at HSBC took a similar line. Looking past the monthly volatility in the data, the official... Read more
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8d
The Courier Mail
Economists saw stalling jobless ratemeeting on August 2, she said. "A weak outcome would likely convince the RBA t
Economists saw stalling jobless rate
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 days ago
meeting on August 2, she said. "A weak outcome would likely convince the RBA to lower official interest rates again." Paul Bloxham and Daniel Smith at HSBC took a similar line. Looking past the monthly volatility in the data, the official... Read more
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9d
The New Zealand Herald
Auckland house prices up 85pc in four yearsfor four years and since late last year the heat has started to spread to most
Auckland house prices up 85pc in four years
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
for four years and since late last year the heat has started to spread to most other parts of the country, HSBC economists Paul Bloxham and Daniel Smith said in a research note. The chief causes are interest rates at their lowest level in history... Read more
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9d
New Zealand's National Business Review
Auckland house prices up 85% in four yearsfor four years and since late last year the heat has started to spread to most
Auckland house prices up 85% in four years
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 9 days ago
for four years and since late last year the heat has started to spread to most other parts of the country, HSBC economists Paul Bloxham and Daniel Smith said in a research note. The chief causes are interest rates at their lowest level in history... Read more
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9d
TheBull
Job numbers increase chance of rate cutnumber of part-time jobs fell by 30,600, but that was offset by 38,400 full tim
Job numbers increase chance of rate cut
TheBull / Posted 9 days ago
number of part-time jobs fell by 30,600, but that was offset by 38,400 full time jobs being created. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said the figures showed the labour market was in a holding pattern. "Employment growth is solid, but only just... Read more
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10d
Daily Telegraph
Struggling Aussies racking up debttotalled $67.5 billion in May which was down seven per over the year and sat at
Struggling Aussies racking up debt
Daily Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
totalled $67.5 billion in May which was down seven per over the year and sat at a 17-month low. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham blamed the cooling of the housing market for the softening of the willingness to borrow.media_cameraHSBC chief... Read more
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Herald Sun
Struggling Aussies racking up debttotalled $67.5 billion in May which was down seven per over the year and sat at
Struggling Aussies racking up debt
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
totalled $67.5 billion in May which was down seven per over the year and sat at a 17-month low. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham blamed the cooling of the housing market for the softening of the willingness to borrow.media_cameraHSBC chief... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Struggling Aussies racking up debttotalled $67.5 billion in May which was down seven per over the year and sat at
Struggling Aussies racking up debt
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
totalled $67.5 billion in May which was down seven per over the year and sat at a 17-month low. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham blamed the cooling of the housing market for the softening of the willingness to borrow.media_cameraHSBC chief... Read more
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iol.co.za
Iron ore seen sinking back below $50to April 1. “We expect a continued ramp-up in supply to put downward pressure
Iron ore seen sinking back below $50
iol.co.za / Posted 11 days ago
to April 1. “We expect a continued ramp-up in supply to put downward pressure on iron prices in coming quarters,” said Paul Bloxham, chief Australia economist at HSBC Holdings in Sydney. “We expect iron prices to fall back below $50 a ton in... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Malcolm Turnbull’s re-election will not guarantee Australians smooth governmentneither of the big parties may command a majority in either house meant “fiscal
Malcolm Turnbull’s re-election will not guarantee Australians smooth government
Namibia Economist / Posted 12 days ago
neither of the big parties may command a majority in either house meant “fiscal consolidation may be further postponed”. Paul Bloxham, an economist at HSBC, says bigger global problems, such as Brexit and Italy’s ailing banks, mean that markets... Read more
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19d
Daily Telegraph
RBA to hold rates steady in election wakemore likely, as the RBA would not want to add to the uncertain environment thro
RBA to hold rates steady in election wake
Daily Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
more likely, as the RBA would not want to add to the uncertain environment through its policy moves,” HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said. “Its own post-meeting statement may be even more terse than usual, as it seeks to remain as neutral as... Read more
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19d
Otago Daily Times
RBA seen as unlikely to cut official cash rateof 76 seats in the lower house needed to form a majority government. HSBC Aust
RBA seen as unlikely to cut official cash rate
Otago Daily Times / Posted 19 days ago
of 76 seats in the lower house needed to form a majority government. HSBC Australia and New Zealand chief economist Paul Bloxham said a "hung parliament'', where neither party could govern with a majority, was increasingly likely. Whichever... Read more
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19d
Herald Sun
Shares recover but uncertainty remainsgoverning from minority - is likely to make a reform agenda more difficult," HS
Shares recover but uncertainty remains
Herald Sun / Posted 19 days ago
governing from minority - is likely to make a reform agenda more difficult," HSBC Australia and New Zealand chief economist Paul Bloxham said. "The close result, and potential hung parliament, are likely to make it more difficult to pass budget... Read more
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Weekly Times
Shares recover but uncertainty remainsgoverning from minority - is likely to make a reform agenda more difficult," HS
Shares recover but uncertainty remains
Weekly Times / Posted 19 days ago
governing from minority - is likely to make a reform agenda more difficult," HSBC Australia and New Zealand chief economist Paul Bloxham said. "The close result, and potential hung parliament, are likely to make it more difficult to pass budget... Read more
19d
TheBull
RBA to hold rates after election, Brexitmore likely, as the RBA would not want to add to the uncertain environment thro
RBA to hold rates after election, Brexit
TheBull / Posted 19 days ago
more likely, as the RBA would not want to add to the uncertain environment through its policy moves," HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said. "Its own post-meeting statement may be even more terse than usual, as it seeks to remain as neutral as... Read more
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19d
Sky News Australia
RBA to keep rates steady amid uncertaintymore likely, as the RBA would not want to add to the uncertain environment thro
RBA to keep rates steady amid uncertainty
Sky News Australia / Posted 19 days ago
more likely, as the RBA would not want to add to the uncertain environment through its policy moves,' HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said. 'Its own post-meeting statement may be even more terse than usual, as it seeks to remain as neutral as... Read more
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22d
WA Today
Economists say rates on hold in July, but odds stacked for August cutbe via its effect on growth in its major trading partners in Asia, HSBC chief e
Economists say rates on hold in July, but odds stacked for August cut
WA Today / Posted 22 days ago
be via its effect on growth in its major trading partners in Asia, HSBC chief economist for Australia and New Zealand Paul Bloxham said. "We see Brexit as unlikely to trigger a cash rate cut from the RBA this month," he said. HSBC is among... Read more
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22d
Canberra Times
Economists say rates on hold in July, but odds stacked for August cutbe via its effect on growth in its major trading partners in Asia, HSBC chief e
Economists say rates on hold in July, but odds stacked for August cut
Canberra Times / Posted 22 days ago
be via its effect on growth in its major trading partners in Asia, HSBC chief economist for Australia and New Zealand Paul Bloxham said. "We see Brexit as unlikely to trigger a cash rate cut from the RBA this month," he said. HSBC is among... Read more
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22d
Brisbane Times
Economists say rates on hold in July, but odds stacked for August cutbe via its effect on growth in its major trading partners in Asia, HSBC chief e
Economists say rates on hold in July, but odds stacked for August cut
Brisbane Times / Posted 22 days ago
be via its effect on growth in its major trading partners in Asia, HSBC chief economist for Australia and New Zealand Paul Bloxham said. "We see Brexit as unlikely to trigger a cash rate cut from the RBA this month," he said. HSBC is among... Read more
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23d
The Age
Economists say rates on hold in July, but odds stacked for August cutbe via its effect on growth in its major trading partners in Asia, HSBC chief e
Economists say rates on hold in July, but odds stacked for August cut
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
be via its effect on growth in its major trading partners in Asia, HSBC chief economist for Australia and New Zealand Paul Bloxham said. "We see Brexit as unlikely to trigger a cash rate cut from the RBA this month," he said. HSBC is among... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Economists say rates on hold in July, but odds stacked for August cutbe via its effect on growth in its major trading partners in Asia, HSBC chief e
Economists say rates on hold in July, but odds stacked for August cut
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 days ago
be via its effect on growth in its major trading partners in Asia, HSBC chief economist for Australia and New Zealand Paul Bloxham said. "We see Brexit as unlikely to trigger a cash rate cut from the RBA this month," he said. HSBC is among... Read more
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27d
Brisbane Times
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economistsgoing to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia,"
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economists
Brisbane Times / Posted 27 days ago
going to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia," said HSBC's chief economist for Australia, Paul Bloxham. "Britain is a fairly small trading partner, as is the European Union," he said. "So I think the direct... Read more
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27d
WA Today
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economistsgoing to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia,"
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economists
WA Today / Posted 27 days ago
going to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia," said HSBC's chief economist for Australia, Paul Bloxham. "Britain is a fairly small trading partner, as is the European Union," he said. "So I think the direct... Read more
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27d
The Age
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economistsgoing to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia,"
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economists
The Age / Posted 27 days ago
going to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia," said HSBC's chief economist for Australia, Paul Bloxham. "Britain is a fairly small trading partner, as is the European Union," he said. "So I think the direct... Read more
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27d
Sydney Morning Herald
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economistsgoing to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia,"
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economists
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 27 days ago
going to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia," said HSBC's chief economist for Australia, Paul Bloxham. "Britain is a fairly small trading partner, as is the European Union," he said. "So I think the direct... Read more
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27d
Canberra Times
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economistsgoing to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia,"
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economists
Canberra Times / Posted 27 days ago
going to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia," said HSBC's chief economist for Australia, Paul Bloxham. "Britain is a fairly small trading partner, as is the European Union," he said. "So I think the direct... Read more
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