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2014/11/28 08:06
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Goldman Sachs Group Inc. said there’s a risk it may cut its iron ore forecast of $80 a metric ton for 2015 as the focus in the market shifts to growing competition between seaborne producers. “We...
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2014/11/28 07:10
2014/11/28 07:10
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It's been a great year for borrowers as lenders woo them with low interest rates and deal-sweeteners, but all that is set to change. Of the 13 economists surveyed by AAP, 10 expect a rise from its...
2014/11/28 02:16
2014/11/28 02:16
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The recent slide in the iron ore price has prompted ANZ to cut its economic growth forecast for Australia, but the bank is still expecting the RBA to begin lifting rates next year. The recent slide...
2014/11/27 06:29
2014/11/27 06:29
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RECOMMENDATIONS to tighten rules around foreign investment in Australian housing have been labelled “absurd”, with a prominent economist saying they could damage the economy by weakening the housing...
2014/11/23 19:53
2014/11/23 19:53
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Sydney headed for price downturn Australia’s largest city faces a correction in property prices if current growth levels continue for much longer, according to the chief economist of a global...
2014/11/20 04:39
2014/11/20 04:39
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China and Australia on Monday sealed a landmark free trade agreement more than a decade in the making, significantly expanding ties between the world’s second largest economy and one of Washington’s...
2014/11/17 22:55
2014/11/17 22:55
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A free trade agreement with China is being hailed a "game changer" but economists are divided on just how significant the deal will be for the economy. The agreement will ensure 85 per cent of all...
2014/11/17 12:29
2014/11/17 12:29
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WHAT an extraordinary coup for Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Australia was both the timing and the very substantial and very positive content for us of the free-trade deal with China. The contrast...
2014/11/17 12:29
2014/11/17 12:29
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BUSINESS leaders have ­hailed Australia’s trade deal with China as a groundbreaking ­accord that will enrich both economies, providing a crucial boost to exporters. Dairy, meat and seafood ­exporters...
2014/11/17 08:10
2014/11/17 08:10
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A free trade agreement with China is being hailed a "game changer" but economists are divided on just how significant the deal will be for the economy. The agreement will ensure 85 per cent of all...
2014/11/17 07:12
2014/11/17 07:12
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Weakness in the big four banks and shock news that Japan’s economy entered into recession drove the local sharemarket lower on Monday. The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 Index dropped 42 points, or 0.8 per...
2014/11/17 06:27
2014/11/17 06:27
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Nov. 17 (Bloomberg) -- A free trade agreement with China, the world’s biggest coal consumer, is set to bring some relief to struggling producers in Australia. China is expected to exempt the miners...
2014/11/16 22:24
2014/11/16 22:24
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... The signing of a free-trade agreement between Australia and China this week could give the Australian dollar a boost against the greenback, but most economists still maintain it's longer term...
2014/11/13 01:55
2014/11/13 01:55
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Politics is a game of managing expectations. The cold water being poured on the hype over the impending free trade deal with China is a classic example. Prime Minister Tony Abbott is widely expected...
2014/11/12 01:55
2014/11/12 01:55
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Treasurer Joe Hockey has dismissed the concerns of a senior Liberal colleague over a free-trade agreement with China, saying he hasn't even seen the deal. Australia is in the final throes of trying...
2014/11/11 14:27
2014/11/11 14:27
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Business confidence has hit a 12-month low but operating conditions are better than ever, according to a contradictory survey by National Australia Bank. Business confidence has hit a 12-month low...
2014/11/07 06:47
2014/11/07 06:47
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ECONOMISTS this week focused on a central bank that hasn't made up its mind and a statistics bureau that keeps changing its mind. THE central bank, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), left interest...
2014/11/07 05:50
2014/11/07 05:50
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International forces influenced the dollar today with the RBA's statement labelled "fairly uneventful" by HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham. Photo: Louie Douvis The Australian dollar has dropped to a...
2014/11/04 22:24
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Some steel mills have been told to cease production to ensure smog levels in BEijing are minimised during the upcoming APEC meeting. Photo: Frederic J. Brown Iron ore prices dropped to the lowest...
2014/11/04 04:29
2014/11/04 04:29
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THE Reserve Bank has left interest rates on hold at a record low 2.5 per cent. The rate has remained unchanged since August 2013. The RBA has traditionally moved the cash rate on Melbourne Cup Day...
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