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TheBull
Finance Week for September 24 - 30DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, September 24 to Saturday, September 30. (
TheBull / Posted 3 days ago
DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, September 24 to Saturday, September 30. (*Some items may change due to company/organiser re-arrangements. To advise of amendments please email AAP Finance Desk: news.finance@aap.com.au). SUNDAY, September 24 No... Read more
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TheBull
RBA remains optimisticthe number of NSW homes rose by just 7,700 – the smallest quarterly gain in thr
TheBull / Posted 6 days ago
the number of NSW homes rose by just 7,700 – the smallest quarterly gain in three years. Consumer confidence: The weekly ANZ/Roy Morgan consumer confidence rating rose by 4.6 per cent in the latest week to a 7-week high after falling 3.8 per cent... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
AUSTRALIAN STOCKS GO NOWHERE: Here's what you need to knowThe 2017 Below The Belt Pedalthon at Sydney Motorsport Park, raising funds for
Business Insider Australia / Posted 6 days ago
The 2017 Below The Belt Pedalthon at Sydney Motorsport Park, raising funds for below the belt cancers. Matt King/Getty Images for ANZUP Australian stocks closed marginally lower. Today’s scoreboard: The local market opened strongly, promising a... Read more
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TheBull
Wages will gradually pick-up with jobs:RBAThe Reserve Bank expects slow wage growth will continue for a while yet, as a n
TheBull / Posted 6 days ago
The Reserve Bank expects slow wage growth will continue for a while yet, as a new survey revealed more than half of its respondents have not had a pay increase in the past year. However, the minutes of its September 5 board meeting shows the central... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Wages will gradually pick-up with jobs:RBAThe Reserve Bank expects slow wage growth will continue for a while yet, as a n
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 days ago
The Reserve Bank expects slow wage growth will continue for a while yet, as a new survey revealed more than half of its respondents have not had a pay increase in the past year. However, the minutes of its September 5 board meeting shows the central... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Wages will gradually pick-up with jobs:RBAThe Reserve Bank expects slow wage growth will continue for a while yet, as a n
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 6 days ago
The Reserve Bank expects slow wage growth will continue for a while yet, as a new survey revealed more than half of its respondents have not had a pay increase in the past year. However, the minutes of its September 5 board meeting shows the central... Read more
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Perth Now
Consumer confidence soars after jobs riseConsumer confidence has surged on the back of a jump in new jobs, despite many
Perth Now / Posted 6 days ago
Consumer confidence has surged on the back of a jump in new jobs, despite many Australians missing out on a yearly pay rise. The weekly ANZ-Roy Morgan consumer confidence index - which points to future household spending - jumped 4.6 per cent to its... Read more
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News.com.au
Consumer confidence soars after jobs riseConsumer confidence has surged on the back of a jump in new jobs, despite many
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
Consumer confidence has surged on the back of a jump in new jobs, despite many Australians missing out on a yearly pay rise. The weekly ANZ-Roy Morgan consumer confidence index - which points to future household spending - jumped 4.6 per cent to its... Read more
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Herald Sun
Consumer confidence soars after jobs riseConsumer confidence has surged on the back of a jump in new jobs, despite many
Herald Sun / Posted 6 days ago
Consumer confidence has surged on the back of a jump in new jobs, despite many Australians missing out on a yearly pay rise. The weekly ANZ-Roy Morgan consumer confidence index - which points to future household spending - jumped 4.6 per cent to its... Read more
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Weekly Times
Consumer confidence soars after jobs riseConsumer confidence has surged on the back of a jump in new jobs, despite many
Weekly Times / Posted 6 days ago
Consumer confidence has surged on the back of a jump in new jobs, despite many Australians missing out on a yearly pay rise. The weekly ANZ-Roy Morgan consumer confidence index - which points to future household spending - jumped 4.6 per cent to its... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Consumer confidence soars after jobs rise Colin Brinsden, AAP Economics Correspondent Consumer confidence has surged o
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
Colin Brinsden, AAP Economics Correspondent Consumer confidence has surged on the back of a jump in new jobs, despite many Australians missing out on a yearly pay rise. The weekly ANZ-Roy Morgan consumer... Read more
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TheBull
Aust shares open higherThe Australian share market has opened higher, with broad-based gains, after US
TheBull / Posted 6 days ago
The Australian share market has opened higher, with broad-based gains, after US markets lifted to further record highs. On the local bourse, the benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was up 20.7 points, or 0.36 per cent, at 5,741.3 points at 1030 AEST on... Read more
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TheBull
Consumer confidence soars after jobs riseConsumer confidence has surged on the back of a jump in new jobs, despite many
TheBull / Posted 6 days ago
Consumer confidence has surged on the back of a jump in new jobs, despite many Australians missing out on a yearly pay rise. The weekly ANZ-Roy Morgan consumer confidence index - which points to future household spending - jumped 4.6 per cent to its... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Australian consumers are feeling perky again, thanks to a 'monster' jobs reportPhoto by Jack Taylor/Getty Images Australian consumer confidence turned around
Business Insider Australia / Posted 6 days ago
Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images Australian consumer confidence turned around for the better last week, with the ANZ-Roy Morgan survey posting a 4.6% bounce. Here’s the chart: Data for the survey is collected on the weekend, and based on around... Read more
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TheBull
Aust shares look set to open slightly upThe Australian market looks set to open slightly higher after Wall Street made
TheBull / Posted 6 days ago
The Australian market looks set to open slightly higher after Wall Street made strong gains with the Dow closing at its fifth consecutive record high and the S&P 500 its second. At 0700 AEST on Tuesday, the share price futures index was up six... Read more
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TheBull
Finance Week for September 17 - 23DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, September 17 to Saturday, September 23. (
TheBull / Posted 10 days ago
DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, September 17 to Saturday, September 23. (*Some items may change due to company/organiser re-arrangements. To advise of amendments please email AAP Finance Desk: news.finance@aap.com.au). SUNDAY, September 17 No... Read more
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Herald Sun
Finance Week for September 17 - 23DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, September 17 to Saturday, September 23. (
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, September 17 to Saturday, September 23. (*Some items may change due to company/organiser re-arrangements. To advise of amendments please email AAP Finance Desk: news.finance@aap.com.au). SUNDAY, September 17 No... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Finance Week for September 17 - 23DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, September 17 to Saturday, September 23. (
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, September 17 to Saturday, September 23. (*Some items may change due to company/organiser re-arrangements. To advise of amendments please email AAP Finance Desk: news.finance@aap.com.au). SUNDAY, September 17 No... Read more
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TheBull
Business conditions at 9 1/2 - year highpoints in August. The business confidence index fell from +11.7 points to +5.1
TheBull / Posted 13 days ago
points in August. The business confidence index fell from +11.7 points to +5.1 points. Consumer confidence: The weekly ANZ/Roy Morgan consumer confidence rating fell 3.8 per cent in the latest week after rising 0.5 per cent in the previous... Read more
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TheBull
Case mounting for official rate rise: NABIf Australians aren't gloomy enough, one of the major banks is warning continue
TheBull / Posted 13 days ago
If Australians aren't gloomy enough, one of the major banks is warning continued strong business conditions and encouraging signs in the jobs market is helping to mount the case for an official interest rate rise. National Australia Bank's monthly... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Case mounting for official rate rise: NABIf Australians aren't gloomy enough, one of the major banks is warning continue
Sky News Australia / Posted 13 days ago
If Australians aren't gloomy enough, one of the major banks is warning continued strong business conditions and encouraging signs in the jobs market is helping to mount the case for an official interest rate rise. National Australia Bank's monthly... Read more
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News.com.au
Case mounting for official rate rise: NABIf Australians aren't gloomy enough, one of the major banks is warning continue
News.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
If Australians aren't gloomy enough, one of the major banks is warning continued strong business conditions and encouraging signs in the jobs market is helping to mount the case for an official interest rate rise. National Australia Bank's monthly... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Case mounting for official rate rise: NABIf Australians aren't gloomy enough, one of the major banks is warning continue
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 days ago
If Australians aren't gloomy enough, one of the major banks is warning continued strong business conditions and encouraging signs in the jobs market is helping to mount the case for an official interest rate rise. National Australia Bank's monthly... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
It looks like Australian wage growth is about to turn the cornerPhoto: Michael Dodge/Getty Images Australian business conditions remain strong
Business Insider Australia / Posted 13 days ago
Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images Australian business conditions remain stronger than at any point since the global financial crisis, according to the latest National Australia Bank business survey. However, at the same time, consumer confidence,... Read more
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TheBull
Consumers spending through gritted teethRising employment and wealth gains from housing are resulting in higher spendin
TheBull / Posted 13 days ago
Rising employment and wealth gains from housing are resulting in higher spending, but it would appear consumers are enduring a shopping spree through gritted teeth. Deloitte Access Economics says retail turnover over the June quarter grew 1.5 per... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Household savings concerns hit Australian consumer confidenceMarco Bertorello/Getty Images The ANZ-Roy Morgan weekly consumer confidence in
Business Insider Australia / Posted 13 days ago
Marco Bertorello/Getty Images The ANZ-Roy Morgan weekly consumer confidence index fell by 3.8% last week. The result was driven by declines in views towards the broader economy, which plummeted. While the index is subject to weekly volatility, the... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
The Australian dollar is slidingChristian Petersen/Getty Images The Australian dollar continued to push lower
Business Insider Australia / Posted 13 days ago
Christian Petersen/Getty Images The Australian dollar continued to push lower in overnight trade, largely as a result of renewed US dollar strength. Here’s the scoreboard as at 7am AEST. AUD/USD 0.8029 , -0.0029 , -0.36% AUD/JPY 87.82 , 0.49 ,... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
6 things Australian traders will be talking about this morningGetty/Allison Joyce Good morning. To the scoreboard: Dow: 22,057.37 +259.58
Business Insider Australia / Posted 13 days ago
Getty/Allison Joyce Good morning. To the scoreboard: Dow: 22,057.37 +259.58 (+1.19%) S&P 500: 2,488.11 +26.68 (+1.08%) AUD/USD: 0.8033 +0.0006 (+0.07%) ASX200 SPI futures (Sept contracts): 5,736 (+31) Iron ore benchmark 62% fines: $US74.49/t... Read more
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TheBull
Aust shares look set to open higherThe Australian market looks set to open higher joining the positive mood in int
TheBull / Posted 13 days ago
The Australian market looks set to open higher joining the positive mood in international markets after North Korea did not fire a missile on the weekend and Irma proved less destructive than feared. At 0700 AEST on Tuesday, the share price futures... Read more
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TheBull
Little joy either side of retail counterIt would appear neither retailers nor their customers are happy, even though sp
TheBull / Posted 13 days ago
It would appear neither retailers nor their customers are happy, even though spending has picked up in recent months. Deloitte Access Economics partner David Rumbens says strengthening employment outcomes are providing the basis for spending to... Read more
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TheBull
Finance Week for September 10 - 16DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, September 10 to Saturday, September 16. (
TheBull / Posted 17 days ago
DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, September 10 to Saturday, September 16. (*Some items may change due to company/organiser re-arrangements. To advise of amendments please email AAP Finance Desk: news.finance@aap.com.au). SUNDAY, September 10 No... Read more
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Perth Now
A review of this week's economic dataABS BUSINESS INDICATORS Inventory levels fell 0.4 per cent in the quarter, com
Perth Now / Posted 17 days ago
ABS BUSINESS INDICATORS Inventory levels fell 0.4 per cent in the quarter, compared to expectations of a 0.3 per cent decrease, the Australian Bureau of Statistics' business indicators data showed, while wages growth was robust with seasonally... Read more
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Adelaide Now
A review of this week's economic dataABS BUSINESS INDICATORS Inventory levels fell 0.4 per cent in the quarter, com
Adelaide Now / Posted 17 days ago
ABS BUSINESS INDICATORS Inventory levels fell 0.4 per cent in the quarter, compared to expectations of a 0.3 per cent decrease, the Australian Bureau of Statistics' business indicators data showed, while wages growth was robust with seasonally... Read more
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The Courier Mail
A review of this week's economic dataABS BUSINESS INDICATORS Inventory levels fell 0.4 per cent in the quarter, com
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 days ago
ABS BUSINESS INDICATORS Inventory levels fell 0.4 per cent in the quarter, compared to expectations of a 0.3 per cent decrease, the Australian Bureau of Statistics' business indicators data showed, while wages growth was robust with seasonally... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Wage growth will play a major role in determining where Australia's economy heads next(Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) Something strange is happening in Austra
Business Insider Australia / Posted 18 days ago
(Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) Something strange is happening in Australia this year. On one hand business confidence is soaring, hitting a pre-GFC high recently, according to the National Australia Bank’s (NAB) monthly business... Read more
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TheBull
Record vehicle salescent in the June quarter (3.6 per cent annualised) to be up 2.0 per cent over t
TheBull / Posted 20 days ago
cent in the June quarter (3.6 per cent annualised) to be up 2.0 per cent over the year. Consumer confidence: The weekly ANZ/Roy Morgan consumer confidence rating rose by 0.5 per cent in the latest week after a sharp 3.9 per cent rise in the... Read more
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TheBull
Growth rebound signs amid rising tensionsAustralia's solid economic rebound after a limp start to the year could quickly
TheBull / Posted 20 days ago
Australia's solid economic rebound after a limp start to the year could quickly unravel if regional political tensions blow-up into a trade war. Financial markets remained jittery as the political rhetoric over North Korea's nuclear bomb testing... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Growth rebound signs amid rising tensionsAustralia's solid economic rebound after a limp start to the year could quickly
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 20 days ago
Australia's solid economic rebound after a limp start to the year could quickly unravel if regional political tensions blow-up into a trade war. Financial markets remained jittery as the political rhetoric over North Korea's nuclear bomb testing... Read more
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Weekly Times
Growth rebound signs amid rising tensionsAustralia's solid economic rebound after a limp start to the year could quickly
Weekly Times / Posted 20 days ago
Australia's solid economic rebound after a limp start to the year could quickly unravel if regional political tensions blow-up into a trade war. Financial markets remained jittery as the political rhetoric over North Korea's nuclear bomb testing... Read more
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Herald Sun
Growth rebound signs amid rising tensionsAustralia's solid economic rebound after a limp start to the year could quickly
Herald Sun / Posted 20 days ago
Australia's solid economic rebound after a limp start to the year could quickly unravel if regional political tensions blow-up into a trade war. Financial markets remained jittery as the political rhetoric over North Korea's nuclear bomb testing... Read more
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News.com.au
Growth rebound signs amid rising tensionsAustralia's solid economic rebound after a limp start to the year could quickly
News.com.au / Posted 20 days ago
Australia's solid economic rebound after a limp start to the year could quickly unravel if regional political tensions blow-up into a trade war. Financial markets remained jittery as the political rhetoric over North Korea's nuclear bomb testing... Read more
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Perth Now
Growth rebound signs amid rising tensionsAustralia's solid economic rebound after a limp start to the year could quickly
Perth Now / Posted 20 days ago
Australia's solid economic rebound after a limp start to the year could quickly unravel if regional political tensions blow-up into a trade war. Financial markets remained jittery as the political rhetoric over North Korea's nuclear bomb testing... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Trade war talk risks global recession: govtAustralians appear to be taking a regional nuclear threat and jittery financial
Sky News Australia / Posted 20 days ago
Australians appear to be taking a regional nuclear threat and jittery financial markets in their stride for now, although confidence remains hampered by weak wages growth. Australian shares got off to a weak start on Tuesday as the political... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Growth rebound signs amid rising tensionsAustralia's solid economic rebound after a limp start to the year could quickly
Adelaide Now / Posted 20 days ago
Australia's solid economic rebound after a limp start to the year could quickly unravel if regional political tensions blow-up into a trade war. Financial markets remained jittery as the political rhetoric over North Korea's nuclear bomb testing... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Growth rebound signs amid rising tensionsAustralia's solid economic rebound after a limp start to the year could quickly
The Courier Mail / Posted 20 days ago
Australia's solid economic rebound after a limp start to the year could quickly unravel if regional political tensions blow-up into a trade war. Financial markets remained jittery as the political rhetoric over North Korea's nuclear bomb testing... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Consumers feeling downbeat in own financesConsumers are feeling less confident in their own finances but are more positiv
Sky News Australia / Posted 20 days ago
Consumers are feeling less confident in their own finances but are more positive about the broader economy. The latest ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Index gained half a percentage point last week to 114.1, following a strong 3.9 per cent rise... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
The Australian dollar is drifting lower ahead of major economic data out todayPhoto by Michael Steele/Getty Images The Australian dollar drifted lower on Mo
Business Insider Australia / Posted 20 days ago
Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images The Australian dollar drifted lower on Monday, weighed down by a combination of renewed geopolitical concerns on the Korean Peninsula and soft economic data ahead of the release of Australia’s Q2 GDP report on... Read more
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TheBull
Aust shares look set to open slightly upThe Australian market looks set to open modestly higher, bucking the negative t
TheBull / Posted 20 days ago
The Australian market looks set to open modestly higher, bucking the negative trend of most international markets with investors spooked by North Korea's nuclear test and fleeing to safe havens. At 0700 AEST on Tuesday, the share price futures index... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Businesses have placed bets on Australian consumers spending morePhoto by Don Arnold/Getty Images When Australian companies report results they
Business Insider Australia / Posted 24 days ago
Photo by Don Arnold/Getty Images When Australian companies report results they typically include an outlook statement from the business’ leaders, giving investors some guidance about their expectations for the future. They issue these... Read more
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TheBull
Finance Week for September 3 - 9DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, September 3 to Saturday, September 9. (*S
TheBull / Posted 24 days ago
DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, September 3 to Saturday, September 9. (*Some items may change due to company/organiser re-arrangements. To advise of amendments please email AAP Finance Desk: news.finance@aap.com.au). SUNDAY, September 3 No... Read more
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