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2014/07/28 10:27
2014/07/28 10:27
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Investors are positioning themselves ahead of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting on Wednesday. The Federal Reserve is expected to announce a further $10 billion reduction in its monthly...
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2014/07/28 09:27
2014/07/28 09:27
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No major U.S. companies are due to report before Wall Street opens. Herbalife will publish its second-quarter results after Wall Street closes. Pending home sales data for last month will be out at...
2014/07/28 07:27
2014/07/28 07:27
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Asian equities finished mostly higher on Monday, led by a rally in Chinese markets, on optimism about the health of the world's second-largest economy. Data over the weekend showed industrial profits...
2014/07/28 05:20
2014/07/28 05:20
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When the Senate voted on July 17 to axe the carbon tax, Australia became the first country to reverse course on pricing greenhouse gas emissions. And the Abbott government’s alternative climate...
2014/07/27 07:05
2014/07/27 07:05
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THE nation’s official interest rate hasn’t budged for almost a year but most Australians believe it’s only a matter of months before it creeps upwards. CUA’s national mortgage survey shows the...
2014/07/25 21:46
2014/07/25 21:46
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Australians take out few fixed rate mortgages compared to markets overseas. Photo: Glenn Hunt The country's biggest banks may have slashed their fixed mortgage rates, but historically home buyers...
2014/07/25 15:16
2014/07/25 15:16
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Australia’s policy on climate change is in disarray after the repeal of the carbon price while the stance of business remains unequivocally pro-coal. When the Senate voted on July 17 to axe the...
2014/07/25 08:10
2014/07/25 08:10
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Key inflation figures and a speech from the RBA boss came under the microscope this week as economists pondered the outlook for interest rates and share prices. AMP Capital chief economist Shane...
2014/07/23 11:30
2014/07/23 11:30
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MUCH of the initial reaction from the economentariat to Wednesday’s inflation numbers showed a simple but monumental failure to understand them. Even more important was the associated failure to...
2014/07/22 06:29
2014/07/22 06:29
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ABOUT 80 per cent of Australia's exports will go to Asia by 2020 as the region's growing middle class demands high quality food and education and looks to holiday overseas. THAT'S the prediction of a...
2014/07/14 07:24
2014/07/14 07:24
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Uncertain: The 'big four' disagree on what the RBA will do on rates in 2013. The Australian dollar is set to dive to its lowest level in half a decade. This year’s BusinessDay economic survey has it...
2014/07/14 07:24
2014/07/14 07:24
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The switch of Australia's dollar into a safe haven asset is temporary, with the currency remaining stubbornly high while volatility levels are low, a currency strategist says. Traders have appeared...
2014/07/12 15:17
2014/07/12 15:17
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Will Clive Palmer kill the economy? Clivemania ... Clive Palmer at his National Press Club address in Canberra. Pic: Gary Ramage Source: News Corp Australia WILL Clive kill the economy? He’s...
2014/07/11 23:05
2014/07/11 23:05
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Australian investors can look forward to very modest sharemarket gains over the next year, according to the economists polled by Fairfax. Closing on Friday at xxxx, the ASX 200 should reach 5676 by...
2014/07/11 23:05
2014/07/11 23:05
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Australia's tax system is in dire need of reform and a broadening of the GST should be the priority, senior economists say. A rise in the GST rate from 10 per cent to as much as 17.5 per cent should...
2014/07/11 23:05
2014/07/11 23:05
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Uncertain: The 'big four' disagree on what the RBA will do on rates in 2013. The Australian dollar is set to dive to its lowest level in half a decade. This year’s BusinessDay economic survey has it...
2014/07/11 07:29
2014/07/11 07:29
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ECONOMISTS worried this week that the economy might have lost momentum. THE week kicked off on Monday with news that the ANZ monthly count of jobs had picked up in June, but not quite enough to make...
2014/07/10 12:29
2014/07/10 12:29
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COMPANIES could be forced to shelve hiring plans, economists have warned, as the political upheaval in Canberra throws doubt on the Federal Government’s ability to pass on energy price cuts. The...
2014/07/10 09:53
2014/07/10 09:53
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New figures show that Australia’s unemployment rate relapsed to a decade-high of six percent in June. Data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) on Thursday showed a...
2014/07/04 08:05
2014/07/04 08:05
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ANZ has reversed its delayed approach to interest rate announcements Photo: Josh Robenstone The ANZ bank's attempt to break the link between the Reserve bank rate moves and its own mortgage rates has...
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