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2014/08/28 21:13
2014/08/28 21:13
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It's happening slowly, but the Australian economy is starting to shift away from its dependence on mining investment. Australian business investment rose by an unexpected 1.1 per cent to $37.6...
2014/08/28 21:13
2014/08/28 21:13
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2014/08/28 07:06
2014/08/28 07:06
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Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s Global Broad Market Sovereign Plus Index rose to within half a percent of its all-time high yesterday based on prices, according to data starting in 1996. As yields in...
2014/08/28 02:10
2014/08/28 02:10
5d
Australia's economy is shifting away from its dependence on mining investment - it's just that it's happening slower than expected. Australian business investment rose 1.1 per cent in the June...
2014/08/26 10:05
2014/08/26 10:05
7d
The Australian dollar is trading below 93 US cents as the US dollar firms. At 1700 AEST on Tuesday, the local currency was trading at 92.94 US cents, down from 93.22 cents on Monday. RBC Capital...
2014/08/22 06:29
2014/08/22 06:29
11d
ECONOMISTS this week joined Glenn Stevens in wondering when animal spirits would return. THE term, popularised in the 1930s by economist John Maynard Keynes, described the "spontaneous urge to...
2014/08/20 07:10
2014/08/20 07:10
13d
Glenn Stevens doesn't believe the economic circumstances that have resulted in a 12-year high unemployment rate will persist forever. But the Reserve Bank governor is "quite concerned" about the...
2014/08/19 07:50
2014/08/19 07:50
14d
The Australian dollar rose after the Reserve Bank of Australia indicated in its minutes it will hold fire on rates despite uncertainty over the growth outlook, but the currency is set to be tested...
2014/08/18 03:18
2014/08/18 03:18
15d
The RBA has lowered its growth and inflation forecasts for the year ahead, citing its expectation that mining investment will “decline much further” and budget cuts at the state and federal level...
2014/08/15 08:29
2014/08/15 08:29
18d
ECONOMISTS this week found some comfort in consumer and business confidence gauges, but still had doubts about the economy's strength. A RISE in the monthly Westpac/Melbourne Institute index of...
2014/08/13 04:26
2014/08/13 04:26
20d
Wage growth: Australian Bureau of Statistics figures show pay rates growing at rate below inflation Australian wages are failing to keep pace with inflation after official figures revealed a decline...
2014/08/08 08:05
2014/08/08 08:05
25d
ECONOMISTS this week had to absorb some negative news on the economy, and figure out how the RBA was likely to respond. THE first major economics news was retail trade on Monday, with a solid rise in...
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2014/08/05 08:10
2014/08/05 08:10
28d
Australia's official interest rate has now been on hold at its record low for 12 months and borrowers can rest assured that it won't be moving anytime soon. As expected, the Reserve Bank of Australia...
2014/08/05 02:10
2014/08/05 02:10
28d
The trade deficit was $1.68 billion in June, following a deficit of $2.04 billion in May, figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics showed. June's trade balance was better than the $2 billion...
2014/08/04 05:10
2014/08/04 05:10
29d
Job advertisement numbers have risen for the second month in a row, but that is not expected to translate to a fall in unemployment in the coming months. Job ads on the internet and in newspapers...
2014/08/04 03:26
2014/08/04 03:26
29d
Retail sales rise by double expectations Retail sales for June rose by double what was expected, in a sign that consumers have recovered somewhat from a budget-related slump in confidence. The...
2014/08/01 08:05
2014/08/01 08:05
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ECONOMISTS faced a scrappy batch of divergent economic signals this week. JP Morgan economist Ben Jarman said the mix of lower residential building approvals and a blip in credit growth was...
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