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2014/09/30 08:17
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Investors hogging credit for housing INVESTORS are testing the resolve of the Reserve Bank of Australia, piling into loans for housing at the fastest annual pace in over six years. THE RBA has...
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2014/09/26 06:46
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ECONOMISTS spent a large chunk of this week wondering whether the RBA was seriously considering using rules and regulations rather than interest rates to pour cold water on the property market. THOSE...
2014/09/19 15:16
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The dollar is poised for its longest stretch of gains since Lyndon Johnson was in the White House after the Federal Reserve signaled an end to unprecedented monetary stimulus measures next year. The...
2014/09/03 23:24
2014/09/03 23:24
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At the monthly board meeting on Tuesday, the RBA kept the cash rate at 2.5 per cent for the 12th consecutive meeting, marking the longest period of steady rates since 2006. Photo: Louie Douvis The...
2014/09/03 09:05
2014/09/03 09:05
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Australia has notched up a record-breaking 23 years of expansion, but the economy remains fragile as it searches for another source of growth to pick up where the mining boom left off. The economy...
2014/09/03 02:26
2014/09/03 02:26
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Australian economy slows, but not as much as feared The Australian economy slowed sharply in the June quarter, but not as much as most economists had feared. Bureau of Statistics figures show...
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...
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