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Reuters
Yen sags as polling puts Bremain slightly ahead, sterling jumpsThe dollar sign (R) is seen alongside the signs for other currencies above a cu
Yen sags as polling puts Bremain slightly ahead, sterling jumps
Reuters / Posted 5 days ago
The dollar sign (R) is seen alongside the signs for other currencies above a currency exchange shop in Mongkok shopping district in Hong Kong October 30, 2014. turbulence on world financial markets in 2015. Picture taken October 30, 2014. SYDNEY... Read more
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Reuters
Global stocks, sterling climb as polls flag UK to stay in EUJapan, June 13, 2016. SYDNEY Global share markets rallied while safe-haven deb
Global stocks, sterling climb as polls flag UK to stay in EU
Reuters / Posted 5 days ago
Japan, June 13, 2016. SYDNEY Global share markets rallied while safe-haven debt wilted in Asia on Friday after polls suggested Britain had voted to remain in the European Union, removing the latest threat to the future of the bloc and its... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Global stocks, sterling climb as polls flag UK to stay in EUSYDNEY: Global share markets rallied while safe-haven debt wilted in Asia on Fr
Global stocks, sterling climb as polls flag UK to stay in EU
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 5 days ago
SYDNEY: Global share markets rallied while safe-haven debt wilted in Asia on Friday after polls suggested Britain had voted to remain in the European Union, removing the latest threat to the future of the bloc and its single currency. Sterling led... Read more
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TheBull
RBA cautious on rates but wary of $AThe Reserve Bank hasn't given many hints about its next move on interest rates
RBA cautious on rates but wary of $A
TheBull / Posted 8 days ago
The Reserve Bank hasn't given many hints about its next move on interest rates but a stronger Aussie dollar may force its hand. At its last meeting, on June 7, the RBA board held interest rates at a record low of 1.75 per cent on the back of a... Read more
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22d
TheBull
RBA holds rates, leaves questionspoints to combat faltering inflation. "Holding the stance of policy unchanged
RBA holds rates, leaves questions
TheBull / Posted 22 days ago
points to combat faltering inflation. "Holding the stance of policy unchanged at this meeting would be consistent with sustainable growth in the economy and inflation returning to target over time," RBA governor Glenn Stevens said in the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Economists tip RBA to hold in June, cut in Augustthough economists are overwhelmingly expecting the bank to ease further come Au
Economists tip RBA to hold in June, cut in August
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
though economists are overwhelmingly expecting the bank to ease further come August, as inflation worries overshadow stronger growth figures. Stronger than expected data last week, which showed the GDP rose by an annual 3.1 per cent in the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Economists tip RBA to hold in June, cut in Augustthough economists are overwhelmingly expecting the bank to ease further come Au
Economists tip RBA to hold in June, cut in August
Brisbane Times / Posted 24 days ago
though economists are overwhelmingly expecting the bank to ease further come August, as inflation worries overshadow stronger growth figures. Stronger than expected data last week, which showed the GDP rose by an annual 3.1 per cent in the... Read more
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The Age
Economists tip RBA to hold in June, cut in Augustthough economists are overwhelmingly expecting the bank to ease further come Au
Economists tip RBA to hold in June, cut in August
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
though economists are overwhelmingly expecting the bank to ease further come August, as inflation worries overshadow stronger growth figures. Stronger than expected data last week, which showed the GDP rose by an annual 3.1 per cent in the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Economists tip RBA to hold in June, cut in Augustthough economists are overwhelmingly expecting the bank to ease further come Au
Economists tip RBA to hold in June, cut in August
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
though economists are overwhelmingly expecting the bank to ease further come August, as inflation worries overshadow stronger growth figures. Stronger than expected data last week, which showed the GDP rose by an annual 3.1 per cent in the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
GDP: Can Australia's growth spurt last? With annual growth rattling along, if not at warp speed, then at a fairly rob
GDP: Can Australia's growth spurt last?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 24 days ago
With annual growth rattling along, if not at warp speed, then at a fairly robust 3.1 per cent over the year, it might be seen as signal for Australian bears to capitulate and head back into hibernation until... Read more
24d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The RBA set to meet as odds of a Fed cut diveFed cut dive Any thought that the Reserve Bank may edge down interest rates at
The RBA set to meet as odds of a Fed cut dive
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 24 days ago
Fed cut dive Any thought that the Reserve Bank may edge down interest rates at this week's meeting was dispatched with the surprisingly strong first quarter economic growth figures. The betting on a rate cut immediately drifted from an already... Read more
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26d
Perth Now
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next weekBank is likely to keep rates on hold until it gets another read on inflation in
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next week
Perth Now / Posted 26 days ago
Bank is likely to keep rates on hold until it gets another read on inflation in late July. Twelve of the 14 economists surveyed by AAP expect the cash rate to be held at its all-time low of 1.75 per cent when the board of the central bank meets... Read more
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26d
Sky News Australia
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next weekBank is likely to keep rates on hold until it gets another read on inflation in
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next week
Sky News Australia / Posted 26 days ago
Bank is likely to keep rates on hold until it gets another read on inflation in late July. Twelve of the 14 economists surveyed by AAP expect the cash rate to be held at its all-time low of 1.75 per cent when the board of the central bank meets... Read more
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26d
Adelaide Now
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next weekBank is likely to keep rates on hold until it gets another read on inflation in
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next week
Adelaide Now / Posted 26 days ago
Bank is likely to keep rates on hold until it gets another read on inflation in late July. Twelve of the 14 economists surveyed by AAP expect the cash rate to be held at its all-time low of 1.75 per cent when the board of the central bank meets... Read more
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26d
Herald Sun
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next weekBank is likely to keep rates on hold until it gets another read on inflation in
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next week
Herald Sun / Posted 26 days ago
Bank is likely to keep rates on hold until it gets another read on inflation in late July. Twelve of the 14 economists surveyed by AAP expect the cash rate to be held at its all-time low of 1.75 per cent when the board of the central bank meets... Read more
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26d
Weekly Times
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next weekBank is likely to keep rates on hold until it gets another read on inflation in
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next week
Weekly Times / Posted 26 days ago
Bank is likely to keep rates on hold until it gets another read on inflation in late July. Twelve of the 14 economists surveyed by AAP expect the cash rate to be held at its all-time low of 1.75 per cent when the board of the central bank meets... Read more
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26d
The Courier Mail
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next weekBank is likely to keep rates on hold until it gets another read on inflation in
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next week
The Courier Mail / Posted 26 days ago
Bank is likely to keep rates on hold until it gets another read on inflation in late July. Twelve of the 14 economists surveyed by AAP expect the cash rate to be held at its all-time low of 1.75 per cent when the board of the central bank meets... Read more
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27d
Sky News Australia
Morrison launches attack on Labor tax policyTreasurer Scott Morrison has launched a tirade over Labor's tax policy, saying
Morrison launches attack on Labor tax policy
Sky News Australia / Posted 27 days ago
Treasurer Scott Morrison has launched a tirade over Labor's tax policy, saying it will put a handbrake on the economy. The 12-minute rant came as new figures pointed to the next set of official economic growth figures again showing a mix of strong... Read more
27d
Weekly Times
Food price wars take toll on retail trade Supermarket price wars and the warmest Autumn on record are giving shoppers m
Food price wars take toll on retail trade
Weekly Times / Posted 27 days ago
Supermarket price wars and the warmest Autumn on record are giving shoppers more bang for their buck, but it's bad news for the economy. Retail spending rose just 0.2 per cent in April, and annual growth is... Read more
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Herald Sun
Food price wars take toll on retail tradeSupermarket price wars and the warmest Autumn on record are giving shoppers mor
Food price wars take toll on retail trade
Herald Sun / Posted 27 days ago
Supermarket price wars and the warmest Autumn on record are giving shoppers more bang for their buck, but it's bad news for the economy. Retail spending rose just 0.2 per cent in April, and annual growth is holding firm at 3.6 per cent, which is... Read more
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27d
TheBull
Food price wars take toll on retail tradeSupermarket price wars and the warmest Autumn on record are giving shoppers mor
Food price wars take toll on retail trade
TheBull / Posted 27 days ago
Supermarket price wars and the warmest Autumn on record are giving shoppers more bang for their buck, but it's bad news for the economy. Retail spending rose just 0.2 per cent in April, and annual growth is holding firm at 3.6 per cent, which is... Read more
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29d
TheBull
Building boom keeps on giving in AprilAustralia's residential construction upswing may well persist for a little long
Building boom keeps on giving in April
TheBull / Posted 29 days ago
Australia's residential construction upswing may well persist for a little longer, with building approvals showing renewed signs of life as apartment appetite remains strong. Approvals for the construction of new homes rose three per cent in April,... Read more

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