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Investopedia
Australia Cuts Interest Rates to Record Lowleft open the possibility of further fiscal stimulus but is likely to hold on t
Australia Cuts Interest Rates to Record Low
Investopedia / Posted 19 hours ago
left open the possibility of further fiscal stimulus but is likely to hold on to the sidelines till the July 2 elections. Paul Bloxham, chief Australia economist at HSBC Holdings Plc in Sydney who previously worked at the central bank said, “Rate... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Economists zero in on CPI, RBA, Budgetbut credible plans for fiscal consolidation are needed, as debts have climbed s
Economists zero in on CPI, RBA, Budget
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
but credible plans for fiscal consolidation are needed, as debts have climbed significantly in recent years," HSBC's Paul Bloxham said. Those plans should be put into action while the economy is performing well. "However, as with most... Read more
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Herald Sun
Banks tipped to play scroogeis 1.55 per cent and is well below the central bank’s target band of between tw
Banks tipped to play scrooge
Herald Sun / Posted 5 days ago
is 1.55 per cent and is well below the central bank’s target band of between two and three per cent. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham is also forecasting a cash rate cut on Tuesday — the first drop in 12 months — as well as another cut in the... Read more
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5d
Daily Telegraph
Banks tipped to play scroogeis 1.55 per cent and is well below the central bank’s target band of between tw
Banks tipped to play scrooge
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
is 1.55 per cent and is well below the central bank’s target band of between two and three per cent. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham is also forecasting a cash rate cut on Tuesday — the first drop in 12 months — as well as another cut in the... Read more
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5d
Adelaide Now
Banks tipped to play scroogeis 1.55 per cent and is well below the central bank’s target band of between tw
Banks tipped to play scrooge
Adelaide Now / Posted 5 days ago
is 1.55 per cent and is well below the central bank’s target band of between two and three per cent. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham is also forecasting a cash rate cut on Tuesday — the first drop in 12 months — as well as another cut in the... Read more
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5d
The Courier Mail
Banks tipped to play scroogeis 1.55 per cent and is well below the central bank’s target band of between tw
Banks tipped to play scrooge
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
is 1.55 per cent and is well below the central bank’s target band of between two and three per cent. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham is also forecasting a cash rate cut on Tuesday — the first drop in 12 months — as well as another cut in the... Read more
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6d
Sky News Australia
Economists predicting rate cut on budget dayin anyone's book. Infrastructure spending is expected to be part of the budget
Economists predicting rate cut on budget day
Sky News Australia / Posted 6 days ago
in anyone's book. Infrastructure spending is expected to be part of the budget, but that's not for immediate starts. Paul Bloxham, HSBC's chief economist for Australia and New Zealand, believes the RBA faces a 'tricky timing issue'. Usually... Read more
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TheBull
RBA ponders cash rate cut as budget loomsin anyone's book. Infrastructure spending is expected to be part of the budget
RBA ponders cash rate cut as budget looms
TheBull / Posted 6 days ago
in anyone's book. Infrastructure spending is expected to be part of the budget, but that's not for immediate starts. Paul Bloxham, HSBC's chief economist for Australia and New Zealand, believes the RBA faces a "tricky timing issue". Usually... Read more
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7d
WA Today
Election 2016: Budget day interest rate cut a 'strong' chance, economists saywould probably not hurt the Turnbull government because it put more money in pe
Election 2016: Budget day interest rate cut a 'strong' chance, economists say
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
would probably not hurt the Turnbull government because it put more money in people's pockets. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said there was now "no denying that inflation is too low, which means that the cash rate almost certainly needs... Read more
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7d
The Age
Election 2016: Budget day interest rate cut a 'strong' chance, economists saywould probably not hurt the Turnbull government because it put more money in pe
Election 2016: Budget day interest rate cut a 'strong' chance, economists say
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
would probably not hurt the Turnbull government because it put more money in people's pockets. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said there was now "no denying that inflation is too low, which means that the cash rate almost certainly needs... Read more
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7d
Brisbane Times
Election 2016: Budget day interest rate cut a 'strong' chance, economists saywould probably not hurt the Turnbull government because it put more money in pe
Election 2016: Budget day interest rate cut a 'strong' chance, economists say
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
would probably not hurt the Turnbull government because it put more money in people's pockets. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said there was now "no denying that inflation is too low, which means that the cash rate almost certainly needs... Read more
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7d
Sydney Morning Herald
Election 2016: Budget day interest rate cut a 'strong' chance, economists saywould probably not hurt the Turnbull government because it put more money in pe
Election 2016: Budget day interest rate cut a 'strong' chance, economists say
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
would probably not hurt the Turnbull government because it put more money in people's pockets. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said there was now "no denying that inflation is too low, which means that the cash rate almost certainly needs... Read more
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7d
Canberra Times
Election 2016: Budget day interest rate cut a 'strong' chance, economists saywould probably not hurt the Turnbull government because it put more money in pe
Election 2016: Budget day interest rate cut a 'strong' chance, economists say
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
would probably not hurt the Turnbull government because it put more money in people's pockets. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said there was now "no denying that inflation is too low, which means that the cash rate almost certainly needs... Read more
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12d
TheBull
Huge household debt not a big risk: HSBCthe housing market cooling in recent months, there are some concerns about hous
Huge household debt not a big risk: HSBC
TheBull / Posted 12 days ago
the housing market cooling in recent months, there are some concerns about household debt. But HSBC economists Paul Bloxham and Daniel Smith say the debt is much more manageable than it initially appears. Firstly, unlike the US banks,... Read more
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12d
Canberra Times
House prices will slow but no debt crisis: HSBCcrisis as a result. The possibility of an apartment market meltdown, however,
House prices will slow but no debt crisis: HSBC
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
crisis as a result. The possibility of an apartment market meltdown, however, remains a concern. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said in the paper that after 10 per cent growth in 2015 – and 30 per cent growth since 2012 – Australian house... Read more
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12d
Brisbane Times
House prices will slow but no debt crisis: HSBCcrisis as a result. The possibility of an apartment market meltdown, however,
House prices will slow but no debt crisis: HSBC
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
crisis as a result. The possibility of an apartment market meltdown, however, remains a concern. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said in the paper that after 10 per cent growth in 2015 – and 30 per cent growth since 2012 – Australian house... Read more
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12d
The Age
House prices will slow but no debt crisis: HSBCcrisis as a result. The possibility of an apartment market meltdown, however,
House prices will slow but no debt crisis: HSBC
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
crisis as a result. The possibility of an apartment market meltdown, however, remains a concern. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said in the paper that after 10 per cent growth in 2015 – and 30 per cent growth since 2012 – Australian house... Read more
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12d
WA Today
House prices will slow but no debt crisis: HSBCcrisis as a result. The possibility of an apartment market meltdown, however,
House prices will slow but no debt crisis: HSBC
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
crisis as a result. The possibility of an apartment market meltdown, however, remains a concern. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said in the paper that after 10 per cent growth in 2015 – and 30 per cent growth since 2012 – Australian house... Read more
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12d
Sydney Morning Herald
House prices will slow but no debt crisis: HSBCcrisis as a result. The possibility of an apartment market meltdown, however,
House prices will slow but no debt crisis: HSBC
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
crisis as a result. The possibility of an apartment market meltdown, however, remains a concern. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said in the paper that after 10 per cent growth in 2015 – and 30 per cent growth since 2012 – Australian house... Read more
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27d
Brisbane Times
What Asian companies want from Australian food manufacturersGary Helou, the managing director of Australia's biggest milk processor Murray
What Asian companies want from Australian food manufacturers
Brisbane Times / Posted 27 days ago
Gary Helou, the managing director of Australia's biggest milk processor Murray Goulburn and economists including HSBC's Paul Bloxham that Australian agribusinesses need to get bigger to become more competitive globally. Mr Bloxham said in... Read more
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27d
WA Today
What Asian companies want from Australian food manufacturersGary Helou, the managing director of Australia's biggest milk processor Murray
What Asian companies want from Australian food manufacturers
WA Today / Posted 27 days ago
Gary Helou, the managing director of Australia's biggest milk processor Murray Goulburn and economists including HSBC's Paul Bloxham that Australian agribusinesses need to get bigger to become more competitive globally. Mr Bloxham said in... Read more
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27d
The Age
Myth busted – how China trade deal will really affect Australian agriculturecertainly deserves the publicity. The opportunity's there but it does need to b
Myth busted – how China trade deal will really affect Australian agriculture
The Age / Posted 27 days ago
certainly deserves the publicity. The opportunity's there but it does need to be seen in context." HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham says more consolidation is needed in Australia's food bowl to improve its global competitiveness. Photo: Louise... Read more
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27d
The Age
What Asian companies want from Australian food manufacturersGary Helou, the managing director of Australia's biggest milk processor Murray
What Asian companies want from Australian food manufacturers
The Age / Posted 27 days ago
Gary Helou, the managing director of Australia's biggest milk processor Murray Goulburn and economists including HSBC's Paul Bloxham that Australian agribusinesses need to get bigger to become more competitive globally. Mr Bloxham said in... Read more
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27d
Sydney Morning Herald
Myth busted – how China trade deal will really affect Australian agriculturecertainly deserves the publicity. The opportunity's there but it does need to b
Myth busted – how China trade deal will really affect Australian agriculture
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 27 days ago
certainly deserves the publicity. The opportunity's there but it does need to be seen in context." HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham says more consolidation is needed in Australia's food bowl to improve its global competitiveness. Photo: Louise... Read more
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27d
Sydney Morning Herald
What Asian companies want from Australian food manufacturersGary Helou, the managing director of Australia's biggest milk processor Murray
What Asian companies want from Australian food manufacturers
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 27 days ago
Gary Helou, the managing director of Australia's biggest milk processor Murray Goulburn and economists including HSBC's Paul Bloxham that Australian agribusinesses need to get bigger to become more competitive globally. Mr Bloxham said in... Read more
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27d
Canberra Times
Myth busted – how China trade deal will really affect Australian agriculturesaid it would ensure Australia would not fall further behind its competitors su
Myth busted – how China trade deal will really affect Australian agriculture
Canberra Times / Posted 27 days ago
said it would ensure Australia would not fall further behind its competitors such as New Zealand. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham says more consolidation is needed in Australia's food bowl to improve its global competitiveness. Photo: Louise... Read more
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27d
Canberra Times
What Asian companies want from Australian food manufacturersGary Helou, the managing director of Australia's biggest milk processor Murray
What Asian companies want from Australian food manufacturers
Canberra Times / Posted 27 days ago
Gary Helou, the managing director of Australia's biggest milk processor Murray Goulburn and economists including HSBC's Paul Bloxham that Australian agribusinesses need to get bigger to become more competitive globally. Mr Bloxham said in... Read more
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29d
Market Watch
Australia's central bank warns on rising currencyvisible in weak retail sales data and sluggish labor demand reports. "The RBA
Australia's central bank warns on rising currency
Market Watch / Posted 29 days ago
visible in weak retail sales data and sluggish labor demand reports. "The RBA has shifted back into jawboning mode," said Paul Bloxham, chief economist at HSBC, Australia. "The RBA has delivered a clear statement of concern about the rising... Read more
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29d
Brisbane Times
Will RBA cut on budget day?twin problem of not enough growth and not enough inflation," he said. Dr Olive
Will RBA cut on budget day?
Brisbane Times / Posted 29 days ago
twin problem of not enough growth and not enough inflation," he said. Dr Oliver, HSBC chief Australia economist Paul Bloxham and St George chief economist Hans Kunnen are also expecting some pressure to be added to the currency. Mr... Read more
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29d
WA Today
Will RBA cut on budget day?twin problem of not enough growth and not enough inflation," he said. Dr Olive
Will RBA cut on budget day?
WA Today / Posted 29 days ago
twin problem of not enough growth and not enough inflation," he said. Dr Oliver, HSBC chief Australia economist Paul Bloxham and St George chief economist Hans Kunnen are also expecting some pressure to be added to the currency. Mr... Read more
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29d
Canberra Times
Will RBA cut on budget day?twin problem of not enough growth and not enough inflation," he said. Dr Olive
Will RBA cut on budget day?
Canberra Times / Posted 29 days ago
twin problem of not enough growth and not enough inflation," he said. Dr Oliver, HSBC chief Australia economist Paul Bloxham and St George chief economist Hans Kunnen are also expecting some pressure to be added to the currency. Mr... Read more
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The Age
Will RBA cut on budget day?twin problem of not enough growth and not enough inflation," he said. Dr Olive
Will RBA cut on budget day?
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
twin problem of not enough growth and not enough inflation," he said. Dr Oliver, HSBC chief Australia economist Paul Bloxham and St George chief economist Hans Kunnen are also expecting some pressure to be added to the currency. Mr... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Will RBA cut on budget day?twin problem of not enough growth and not enough inflation," he said. Dr Olive
Will RBA cut on budget day?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 30 days ago
twin problem of not enough growth and not enough inflation," he said. Dr Oliver, HSBC chief Australia economist Paul Bloxham and St George chief economist Hans Kunnen are also expecting some pressure to be added to the currency. Mr... Read more
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TheBull
Cash rate 'to be held at 2%' in Aprilcommodity prices have lifted, and global markets have stabilised. There is no p
Cash rate 'to be held at 2%' in April
TheBull / Posted 1 months ago
commodity prices have lifted, and global markets have stabilised. There is no pressing need to cut," HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said in a note. However, the RBA has been increasingly jawboning the strong Australian dollar, presumably due... Read more
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WA Today
As China turns to consumers, Australia confronts end of iron ageby rising Asian middle class incomes and shifting preferences for more spending
As China turns to consumers, Australia confronts end of iron age
WA Today / Posted 1 months ago
by rising Asian middle class incomes and shifting preferences for more spending on travel and education services," said Paul Bloxham, chief economist for Australia and New Zealand at HSBC, adding that just four per cent of the Chinese population... Read more
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The Age
As China turns to consumers, Australia confronts end of iron ageby rising Asian middle class incomes and shifting preferences for more spending
As China turns to consumers, Australia confronts end of iron age
The Age / Posted 1 months ago
by rising Asian middle class incomes and shifting preferences for more spending on travel and education services," said Paul Bloxham, chief economist for Australia and New Zealand at HSBC, adding that just four per cent of the Chinese population... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
As China turns to consumers, Australia confronts end of iron ageby rising Asian middle class incomes and shifting preferences for more spending
As China turns to consumers, Australia confronts end of iron age
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 1 months ago
by rising Asian middle class incomes and shifting preferences for more spending on travel and education services," said Paul Bloxham, chief economist for Australia and New Zealand at HSBC, adding that just four per cent of the Chinese population... Read more
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Canberra Times
As China turns to consumers, Australia confronts end of iron ageby rising Asian middle class incomes and shifting preferences for more spending
As China turns to consumers, Australia confronts end of iron age
Canberra Times / Posted 1 months ago
by rising Asian middle class incomes and shifting preferences for more spending on travel and education services," said Paul Bloxham, chief economist for Australia and New Zealand at HSBC, adding that just four per cent of the Chinese population... Read more
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Brisbane Times
As China turns to consumers, Australia confronts end of iron ageby rising Asian middle class incomes and shifting preferences for more spending
As China turns to consumers, Australia confronts end of iron age
Brisbane Times / Posted 1 months ago
by rising Asian middle class incomes and shifting preferences for more spending on travel and education services," said Paul Bloxham, chief economist for Australia and New Zealand at HSBC, adding that just four per cent of the Chinese population... Read more
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