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The Courier Mail
Aust dollar higher in late tradeUnit improves against the greenback as market awaits US jobs figures. The Aust
Aust dollar higher in late trade
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Unit improves against the greenback as market awaits US jobs figures. The Australian dollar is slightly higher ahead of the release of US jobs figures, despite a small dip on disappointing local retail data. At 1700 AEDT on Friday, the local... Read more
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9d
Perth Now
Economists focused on RBA and rates The Reserve Bank was the focus for economists this week, after keeeping its b
Economists focused on RBA and rates
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
The Reserve Bank was the focus for economists this week, after keeeping its benchmark cash rate steady. The decision was widely expected, but economists closely examined the wording of the statement from the... Read more
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9d
Adelaide Now
Economists focused on RBA and rates The Reserve Bank was the focus for economists this week, after keeeping its b
Economists focused on RBA and rates
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
The Reserve Bank was the focus for economists this week, after keeeping its benchmark cash rate steady. The decision was widely expected, but economists closely examined the wording of the statement from the... Read more
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9d
The Courier Mail
Economists focused on RBA and rates The Reserve Bank was the focus for economists this week, after keeeping its b
Economists focused on RBA and rates
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
The Reserve Bank was the focus for economists this week, after keeeping its benchmark cash rate steady. The decision was widely expected, but economists closely examined the wording of the statement from the... Read more
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9d
Business Spectator
Aust dollar higher in late tradeThe Australian dollar is slightly higher ahead of the release of US jobs figure
Aust dollar higher in late trade
Business Spectator / Posted 9 days ago
The Australian dollar is slightly higher ahead of the release of US jobs figures, despite a small dip on disappointing local retail data. At 1700 AEDT on Friday, the local currency was trading at 71.82 US cents, up from 71.72 US cents on... Read more
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16d
The Age
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope forSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope for
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected but still at the bottom of the RBAs target range. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank board will confront a bleak economic outlook when it meets for the first time this... Read more
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16d
Sydney Morning Herald
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope forSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope for
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected but still at the bottom of the RBAs target range. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank board will confront a bleak economic outlook when it meets for the first time this... Read more
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16d
Canberra Times
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope forSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope for
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected but still at the bottom of the RBAs target range. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank board will confront a bleak economic outlook when it meets for the first time this... Read more
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16d
Brisbane Times
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope forSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope for
Brisbane Times / Posted 16 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected but still at the bottom of the RBAs target range. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank board will confront a bleak economic outlook when it meets for the first time this... Read more
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16d
WA Today
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope forSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope for
WA Today / Posted 16 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected but still at the bottom of the RBAs target range. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank board will confront a bleak economic outlook when it meets for the first time this... Read more
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17d
TheBull
Don't panic, the RBA probably isn'tPeter Costello has been warning for some time that the nation's sovereign wealt
Don't panic, the RBA probably isn't
TheBull / Posted 17 days ago
Peter Costello has been warning for some time that the nation's sovereign wealth fund can't forever keep posting the healthy returns that have far outstripped the performance of superannuation funds. The former Liberal treasurer and now chair of the... Read more
20d
The Courier Mail
Aust dollar dips slightlyLocal currency edges lower ahead of the Australia Day holiday and inflation dat
Aust dollar dips slightly
The Courier Mail / Posted 20 days ago
Local currency edges lower ahead of the Australia Day holiday and inflation data. The Australian dollar is slightly lower ahead of the Australia Day holiday and upcoming local inflation figures. At 5.00pm (AEDT) on Monday, the local unit was... Read more
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20d
Business Spectator
Aust dollar dips slightlyThe Australian dollar is slightly lower ahead of the Australia Day holiday and
Aust dollar dips slightly
Business Spectator / Posted 20 days ago
The Australian dollar is slightly lower ahead of the Australia Day holiday and upcoming local inflation figures. At 5.00pm (AEDT) on Monday, the local unit was trading at $US70.17c, down from $US70.25c on Friday. The currency hit an intraday low of... Read more
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24d
Brisbane Times
Market turmoil not enough to spur RBA rate cut, top economists sayA rate cut is unlikely when the Reserve Bank of Australia meets next month and
Market turmoil not enough to spur RBA rate cut, top economists say
Brisbane Times / Posted 24 days ago
A rate cut is unlikely when the Reserve Bank of Australia meets next month and rates will possibly remain on hold for the rest of this year despite the global market turmoil, according to top market economists, who point instead to encouraging signs... Read more
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24d
WA Today
Market turmoil not enough to spur RBA rate cut, top economists sayA rate cut is unlikely when the Reserve Bank of Australia meets next month and
Market turmoil not enough to spur RBA rate cut, top economists say
WA Today / Posted 24 days ago
A rate cut is unlikely when the Reserve Bank of Australia meets next month and rates will possibly remain on hold for the rest of this year despite the global market turmoil, according to top market economists, who point instead to encouraging signs... Read more
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24d
The Age
Market turmoil not enough to spur RBA rate cut, top economists sayA rate cut is unlikely when the Reserve Bank of Australia meets next month and
Market turmoil not enough to spur RBA rate cut, top economists say
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
A rate cut is unlikely when the Reserve Bank of Australia meets next month and rates will possibly remain on hold for the rest of this year despite the global market turmoil, according to top market economists, who point instead to encouraging signs... Read more
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24d
Sydney Morning Herald
Market turmoil not enough to spur RBA rate cut, top economists sayA rate cut is unlikely when the Reserve Bank of Australia meets next month and
Market turmoil not enough to spur RBA rate cut, top economists say
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
A rate cut is unlikely when the Reserve Bank of Australia meets next month and rates will possibly remain on hold for the rest of this year despite the global market turmoil, according to top market economists, who point instead to encouraging signs... Read more
8 related stories
24d
Canberra Times
Market turmoil not enough to spur RBA rate cut, top economists sayA rate cut is unlikely when the Reserve Bank of Australia meets next month and
Market turmoil not enough to spur RBA rate cut, top economists say
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
A rate cut is unlikely when the Reserve Bank of Australia meets next month and rates will possibly remain on hold for the rest of this year despite the global market turmoil, according to top market economists, who point instead to encouraging signs... Read more
8 related stories
24d
Sydney Morning Herald
Market turmoil not enough to spur RBA rate cut, top economists sayMarkets are pricing in another rate cut but economists think the RBA will hold
Market turmoil not enough to spur RBA rate cut, top economists say
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
Markets are pricing in another rate cut but economists think the RBA will hold off for most of the year. Photo: Nicholas Rider A rate cut is unlikely when the Reserve Bank of Australia meets next month and rates will possibly remain on hold for the... Read more
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24d
Canberra Times
Market turmoil not enough to spur RBA rate cut, top economists sayMarkets are pricing in another rate cut but economists think the RBA will hold
Market turmoil not enough to spur RBA rate cut, top economists say
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
Markets are pricing in another rate cut but economists think the RBA will hold off for most of the year. Photo: Nicholas Rider A rate cut is unlikely when the Reserve Bank of Australia meets next month and rates will possibly remain on hold for the... Read more
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