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WA Today
Energy behemoths credit ratings slide as oil prices resume plungeEnergy stocks plummeted as S&P downgraded global oil producers, while hopes for
Energy behemoths credit ratings slide as oil prices resume plunge
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
Energy stocks plummeted as S&P downgraded global oil producers, while hopes for a production cut fade. Photo: Bloomberg The renewed plunge in oil prices has revived the local sharemarket rout, dragging down energy stocks in a $32 billion market... Read more
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BBC News
New Zealand's growing attraction for workers - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video &
New Zealand's growing attraction for workers
BBC News / Posted 4 days ago
- BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say It has... Read more
4d
TheBull
Aust bonds down before RBA policy decisionThe Australian bond market has sold off ahead of the Reserve Bank's first inter
Aust bonds down before RBA policy decision
TheBull / Posted 4 days ago
The Australian bond market has sold off ahead of the Reserve Bank's first interest rate decision of the year. All eyes will be on the RBA's Tuesday board meeting with rates widely expected to be left unchanged at a record low two per cent. "Caution... Read more
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4d
The Courier Mail
RBA tipped to leave rates on holdCentral bank expected to maintain record low rates after its first meeting for
RBA tipped to leave rates on hold
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Central bank expected to maintain record low rates after its first meeting for the year on Tuesday. The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance, but it may ramp up its easing bias a notch. All 14 economists surveyed... Read more
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4d
Herald Sun
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance,
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb
Herald Sun / Posted 4 days ago
The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance, but it may ramp up its easing bias a notch. All 14 economists surveyed by AAP expect the RBA to keep the cash rate unchanged at its... Read more
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4d
Weekly Times
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance,
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb
Weekly Times / Posted 4 days ago
The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance, but it may ramp up its easing bias a notch. All 14 economists surveyed by AAP expect the RBA to keep the cash rate unchanged at its... Read more
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4d
Perth Now
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance,
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb
Perth Now / Posted 4 days ago
The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance, but it may ramp up its easing bias a notch. All 14 economists surveyed by AAP expect the RBA to keep the cash rate unchanged at its... Read more
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4d
Sky News Australia
RBA expected to leave cash rate unchangedThe Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance, bu
RBA expected to leave cash rate unchanged
Sky News Australia / Posted 4 days ago
The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance, but it may ramp up its easing bias a notch. All 14 economists surveyed by AAP expect the RBA to keep the cash rate unchanged at its February meeting on Tuesday, and eight... Read more
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4d
The Courier Mail
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance,
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 days ago
The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance, but it may ramp up its easing bias a notch. All 14 economists surveyed by AAP expect the RBA to keep the cash rate unchanged at its... Read more
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4d
Business Spectator
RBA tipped to leave rates on holdThe Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance, bu
RBA tipped to leave rates on hold
Business Spectator / Posted 4 days ago
The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance, but it may ramp up its easing bias a notch. All 14 economists surveyed by AAP expect the RBA to keep the cash rate unchanged at its February meeting on Tuesday, and eight... Read more
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4d
Adelaide Now
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance,
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb
Adelaide Now / Posted 4 days ago
The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance, but it may ramp up its easing bias a notch. All 14 economists surveyed by AAP expect the RBA to keep the cash rate unchanged at its... Read more
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5d
Business Spectator
Aust stocks rally after global gainsAustralian equities have rallied at the start of trade, following Japan’s shock
Aust stocks rally after global gains
Business Spectator / Posted 5 days ago
Australian equities have rallied at the start of trade, following Japan’s shock decision on Friday to cut its official interest rate below zero in a bid to force investors out of safe government bonds and into riskier assets. US stocks gained 2.5... Read more
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5d
The Courier Mail
Aust stocks rally after global gainsLocal market opens higher as Bank of Japan’s surprise rates move buoys investor
Aust stocks rally after global gains
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
Local market opens higher as Bank of Japan’s surprise rates move buoys investors. Australian equities have rallied at the start of trade, following Japan’s shock decision on Friday to cut its official interest rate below zero in a bid to force... Read more
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5d
Sky News Australia
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in FebThe Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance on
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb
Sky News Australia / Posted 5 days ago
The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance on Tuesday, but it may ramp up its easing bias a notch. All 14 economists surveyed by AAP expect the RBA to keep the cash rate unchanged at its February meeting, and eight... Read more
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5d
Adelaide Now
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in FebThe Reserve Bank of Australia is tipped to keep the cash rate steady at its Feb
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb
Adelaide Now / Posted 5 days ago
The Reserve Bank of Australia is tipped to keep the cash rate steady at its February meeting. The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance on Tuesday, but it may ramp up its... Read more
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5d
Herald Sun
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance o
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb
Herald Sun / Posted 5 days ago
The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance on Tuesday, but it may ramp up its easing bias a notch. All 14 economists surveyed by AAP expect the RBA to keep the cash rate... Read more
34 related stories
5d
Weekly Times
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance o
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb
Weekly Times / Posted 5 days ago
The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance on Tuesday, but it may ramp up its easing bias a notch. All 14 economists surveyed by AAP expect the RBA to keep the cash rate... Read more
34 related stories
5d
The Courier Mail
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance o
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance on Tuesday, but it may ramp up its easing bias a notch. All 14 economists surveyed by AAP expect the RBA to keep the cash rate... Read more
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7d
The Age
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope forSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope for
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected but still at the bottom of the RBAs target range. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank board will confront a bleak economic outlook when it meets for the first time this... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope forSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope for
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected but still at the bottom of the RBAs target range. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank board will confront a bleak economic outlook when it meets for the first time this... Read more
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7d
Canberra Times
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope forSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope for
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected but still at the bottom of the RBAs target range. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank board will confront a bleak economic outlook when it meets for the first time this... Read more
9 related stories
7d
Brisbane Times
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope forSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope for
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected but still at the bottom of the RBAs target range. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank board will confront a bleak economic outlook when it meets for the first time this... Read more
9 related stories
7d
WA Today
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope forSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope for
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected but still at the bottom of the RBAs target range. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank board will confront a bleak economic outlook when it meets for the first time this... Read more
9 related stories
7d
WA Today
BusinessDay Economic Survey: budget outlook bleak but housing market will have soft landingTreasurer Scott Morrison faces a bleak economic outlook framing his first budge
BusinessDay Economic Survey: budget outlook bleak but housing market will have soft landing
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
Treasurer Scott Morrison faces a bleak economic outlook framing his first budget in May with leading economists warning of weakening growth and stagnant wages through the rest of 2016. More than two dozen economists from leading banks and... Read more
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7d
Canberra Times
BusinessDay Economic Survey: budget outlook bleak but housing market will have soft landingTreasurer Scott Morrison faces a bleak economic outlook framing his first budge
BusinessDay Economic Survey: budget outlook bleak but housing market will have soft landing
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
Treasurer Scott Morrison faces a bleak economic outlook framing his first budget in May with leading economists warning of weakening growth and stagnant wages through the rest of 2016. More than two dozen economists from leading banks and... Read more
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7d
Brisbane Times
BusinessDay Economic Survey: budget outlook bleak but housing market will have soft landingTreasurer Scott Morrison faces a bleak economic outlook framing his first budge
BusinessDay Economic Survey: budget outlook bleak but housing market will have soft landing
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
Treasurer Scott Morrison faces a bleak economic outlook framing his first budget in May with leading economists warning of weakening growth and stagnant wages through the rest of 2016. More than two dozen economists from leading banks and... Read more
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7d
The Age
BusinessDay Economic Survey: budget outlook bleak but housing market will have soft landingTreasurer Scott Morrison faces a bleak economic outlook framing his first budge
BusinessDay Economic Survey: budget outlook bleak but housing market will have soft landing
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
Treasurer Scott Morrison faces a bleak economic outlook framing his first budget in May with leading economists warning of weakening growth and stagnant wages through the rest of 2016. More than two dozen economists from leading banks and... Read more
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7d
Sydney Morning Herald
BusinessDay Economic Survey: budget outlook bleak but housing market will have soft landingTreasurer Scott Morrison faces a bleak economic outlook framing his first budge
BusinessDay Economic Survey: budget outlook bleak but housing market will have soft landing
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
Treasurer Scott Morrison faces a bleak economic outlook framing his first budget in May with leading economists warning of weakening growth and stagnant wages through the rest of 2016. More than two dozen economists from leading banks and... Read more
9 related stories
8d
WA Today
BusinessDay Economic Survey: What will happen to house prices in 2016?SCOPE SURVEY 2016 The boom time is over for house prices in Sydney and Melbour
BusinessDay Economic Survey: What will happen to house prices in 2016?
WA Today / Posted 8 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 The boom time is over for house prices in Sydney and Melbourne, with top economists from our major banks and universities projecting prices will rise by less than 3 per cent across both cities in 2016. The large slowdown in house... Read more
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8d
Sydney Morning Herald
BusinessDay Economic Survey: What will happen to house prices in 2016?SCOPE SURVEY 2016 The boom time is over for house prices in Sydney and Melbour
BusinessDay Economic Survey: What will happen to house prices in 2016?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 The boom time is over for house prices in Sydney and Melbourne, with top economists from our major banks and universities projecting prices will rise by less than 3 per cent across both cities in 2016. The large slowdown in house... Read more
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The Age
BusinessDay Economic Survey: What will happen to house prices in 2016?SCOPE SURVEY 2016 The boom time is over for house prices in Sydney and Melbour
BusinessDay Economic Survey: What will happen to house prices in 2016?
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 The boom time is over for house prices in Sydney and Melbourne, with top economists from our major banks and universities projecting prices will rise by less than 3 per cent across both cities in 2016. The large slowdown in house... Read more
4 related stories
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Brisbane Times
BusinessDay Economic Survey: What will happen to house prices in 2016?SCOPE SURVEY 2016 The boom time is over for house prices in Sydney and Melbour
BusinessDay Economic Survey: What will happen to house prices in 2016?
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 The boom time is over for house prices in Sydney and Melbourne, with top economists from our major banks and universities projecting prices will rise by less than 3 per cent across both cities in 2016. The large slowdown in house... Read more
4 related stories
8d
Business Spectator
RBA expected to hold rates in FebThe Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance nex
RBA expected to hold rates in Feb
Business Spectator / Posted 8 days ago
The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance next week, but it may ramp its easing bias up a notch. All 14 economists surveyed by AAP expect the RBA to keep the cash rate unchanged at its February meeting on Tuesday,... Read more
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8d
Canberra Times
BusinessDay Economic Survey: What will happen to house prices in 2016?SCOPE SURVEY 2016 The end of the housing boom will affect the rest of the econ
BusinessDay Economic Survey: What will happen to house prices in 2016?
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 The end of the housing boom will affect the rest of the economy, but it won't be a crash landing, economists predict. Photo: Jamila Toderas The boom time is over for house prices in Sydney and Melbourne, with top economists from... Read more
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The Courier Mail
RBA expected to hold rates in FebSurveyed economists unanimous in opinion central bank will sit tight on 2% cash
RBA expected to hold rates in Feb
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 days ago
Surveyed economists unanimous in opinion central bank will sit tight on 2% cash rate on Tuesday. The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance next week, but it may ramp its easing bias up a notch. All 14 economists... Read more
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Adelaide Now
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance n
RBA to sit tight on 2% cash rate in Feb
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 days ago
The Reserve Bank is unlikely to budge from its neutral interest rate stance next week, but it may ramp its easing bias up a notch. All 14 economists surveyed by AAP expect the RBA to keep the cash rate... Read more
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9d
New Zealand's National Business Review
Economist reaction to official cash rate decision, Fonterra's payout forecastReserve Bank governor Graeme Wheeler's not-so-subtle change in language is clea
Economist reaction to official cash rate decision, Fonterra's payout forecast
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 9 days ago
Reserve Bank governor Graeme Wheeler's not-so-subtle change in language is clear, ANZ chief economist Cameron Bagrie says. “The million dollar question is if the Reserve Bank will feel the need at some stage to follow through [and cut rates],” Mr... Read more
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Real Estate Business
Housing decline poses 'major downside risk'BetaShares chief economist David Bassanese said that while falling petrol price
Housing decline poses 'major downside risk'
Real Estate Business / Posted 9 days ago
BetaShares chief economist David Bassanese said that while falling petrol prices and solid employment growth should support confidence, households are likely to have been shaken by the weakest early January share market performance in... Read more
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Canberra Times
CPI: Weak inflation won't force a rate cutRBA governor Glenn Stevens. Photo: Luis Ascui Inflation is very low. It will r
CPI: Weak inflation won't force a rate cut
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
RBA governor Glenn Stevens. Photo: Luis Ascui Inflation is very low. It will remain low for the rest of the year. But the Reserve Bank board will not be rushing to cut the official cash rate when it meets on Tuesday. A rate cut may be on the cards... Read more
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Brisbane Times
CPI: Weak inflation won't force a rate cutRBA governor Glenn Stevens. Photo: Luis Ascui Inflation is very low. It will r
CPI: Weak inflation won't force a rate cut
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 days ago
RBA governor Glenn Stevens. Photo: Luis Ascui Inflation is very low. It will remain low for the rest of the year. But the Reserve Bank board will not be rushing to cut the official cash rate when it meets on Tuesday. A rate cut may be on the cards... Read more
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10d
WA Today
CPI: Weak inflation won't force a rate cutRBA governor Glenn Stevens. Photo: Luis Ascui Inflation is very low. It will r
CPI: Weak inflation won't force a rate cut
WA Today / Posted 10 days ago
RBA governor Glenn Stevens. Photo: Luis Ascui Inflation is very low. It will remain low for the rest of the year. But the Reserve Bank board will not be rushing to cut the official cash rate when it meets on Tuesday. A rate cut may be on the cards... Read more
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10d
The Age
CPI: Weak inflation won't force a rate cutRBA governor Glenn Stevens. Photo: Luis Ascui Inflation is very low. It will r
CPI: Weak inflation won't force a rate cut
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
RBA governor Glenn Stevens. Photo: Luis Ascui Inflation is very low. It will remain low for the rest of the year. But the Reserve Bank board will not be rushing to cut the official cash rate when it meets on Tuesday. A rate cut may be on the cards... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
CPI: Weak inflation won't force a rate cutRBA governor Glenn Stevens. Photo: Luis Ascui Inflation is very low. It will r
CPI: Weak inflation won't force a rate cut
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
RBA governor Glenn Stevens. Photo: Luis Ascui Inflation is very low. It will remain low for the rest of the year. But the Reserve Bank board will not be rushing to cut the official cash rate when it meets on Tuesday. A rate cut may be on the cards... Read more
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TheBull
Inflation won't sway the RBA on ratesThe price of Australian consumer goods and services rose 0.4 per cent in the th
Inflation won't sway the RBA on rates
TheBull / Posted 10 days ago
The price of Australian consumer goods and services rose 0.4 per cent in the three months to December, marginally beating expectations. That put the annual rate of inflation at 1.7 per cent, while core inflation, which is closely watched by the RBA,... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
No cut in OCR expected; fears of deflationThe Reserve Bank is not expected to cut the official cash rate from 2.5% this w
No cut in OCR expected; fears of deflation
Otago Daily Times / Posted 11 days ago
The Reserve Bank is not expected to cut the official cash rate from 2.5% this week and it appears Governor Graeme Wheeler is unlikely even to signal an imminent cut. New Zealand's consumer price inflation (CPI) ended 2015 at just 0.1%, the lowest... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Cheap oil may spur RBNZ to rethink flat OCRReserve Bank Governor Graeme Wheeler will deliver an update on the official cas
Cheap oil may spur RBNZ to rethink flat OCR
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 days ago
Reserve Bank Governor Graeme Wheeler will deliver an update on the official cash rate on Thursday. Photo / Mark Mitchell The global oil glut depressing consumer prices around the world may prompt the Reserve Bank to rethink its flat outlook for the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Why Aussies are still financially luckyReserve Bank data finds Australian household finances positive | DailyTelegraph
Why Aussies are still financially lucky
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
Reserve Bank data finds Australian household finances positive | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website CommSec Market Close 21 Jan 16: Australian sharemarket closes... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Why Aussies are still financially luckyGLOBAL gloom in sharemarkets is masking the fact that Australian households are
Why Aussies are still financially lucky
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 days ago
GLOBAL gloom in sharemarkets is masking the fact that Australian households are in their strongest financial shape in years. Fresh economic data shows a growing list of positive factors benefiting Australians, even though their superannuation and... Read more
15d
New Zealand's National Business Review
Cheap oil may spur Reserve Bank to rethink flat OCRThe global oil glut depressing consumer prices around the world may prompt the
Cheap oil may spur Reserve Bank to rethink flat OCR
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 15 days ago
The global oil glut depressing consumer prices around the world may prompt the Reserve Bank to rethink its flat outlook for the official cash rate this year but economists don't think it will signal its intentions at next week's regular... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Market turmoil not enough to spur RBA rate cut, top economists sayA rate cut is unlikely when the Reserve Bank of Australia meets next month and
Market turmoil not enough to spur RBA rate cut, top economists say
Brisbane Times / Posted 16 days ago
A rate cut is unlikely when the Reserve Bank of Australia meets next month and rates will possibly remain on hold for the rest of this year despite the global market turmoil, according to top market economists, who point instead to encouraging signs... Read more
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