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TheBull
Consumers remain cautiousThe weekly ANZ/Roy Morgan consumer confidence rating fell by 3.5 per cent last
TheBull / Posted 9 hours ago
The weekly ANZ/Roy Morgan consumer confidence rating fell by 3.5 per cent last week. Sentiment towards household finances and the economy fell... 20.02.2018 04:11 PM Reserve Bank content, but consumers cautious Consumer sentiment; Reserve Bank... Read more
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15h
News.com.au
Joyce saga sours confidence, index showsThe Barnaby Joyce saga appears to have soured confidence amongst Australians gi
News.com.au / Posted 15 hours ago
The Barnaby Joyce saga appears to have soured confidence amongst Australians given the rift his affair has caused within the Turnbull coalition government. The weekly ANZ-Roy Morgan consumer confidence index dropped 3.5 per cent, building on the 2.6... Read more
16h
Business Insider Australia
ANZ says today's fall in consumer confidence is 'a little worrying'ANZ’s Australian consumer confidence index fell for the second straight week, d
Business Insider Australia / Posted 16 hours ago
ANZ’s Australian consumer confidence index fell for the second straight week, despite a recovery in the stock market. ANZ is concerned about the deterioration in views towards household finances. Despite the recent falls, the index remains above... Read more
18h
TheBull
Aust shares look set to open 0.6% lowerThe Australian share market looks set to open firmly in the red without any lea
TheBull / Posted 18 hours ago
The Australian share market looks set to open firmly in the red without any lead from Wall Street and only a negative one from Europe and Britain. At 0700 AEDT on Tuesday, the share price futures index was down 36 points, or 0.61 per cent, at... Read more
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TheBull
Finance Week for February 18 - 24DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, February 18 to Saturday, February 24. (*S
TheBull / Posted 4 days ago
DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, February 18 to Saturday, February 24. (*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, February 18 No... Read more
6d
TheBull
Consumers still keen to spendThe Westpac/Melbourne Institute survey of consumer sentiment fell from 4-year h
TheBull / Posted 6 days ago
The Westpac/Melbourne Institute survey of consumer sentiment fell from 4-year highs in February in response to sharemarket volatility. 14.02.2018 04:13 PM Consumers are still keen to spend Consumer confidence Consumer confidence: The... Read more
6d
TheBull
Upbeat business points to more jobs gainsThe fallout in global shares last week has taken the wind out of the confidence
TheBull / Posted 6 days ago
The fallout in global shares last week has taken the wind out of the confidence among Australians as they saw their investment and superannuation wealth take a hit, a least on paper. But economists say little has changed in the economy, and strong... Read more
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7d
TheBull
Leases rise to 16½ year highs+9.6 points (previously: +11.1 points) to +11.8 points – the highest level in 9
TheBull / Posted 7 days ago
+9.6 points (previously: +11.1 points) to +11.8 points – the highest level in 9 months. Consumer confidence: The weekly ANZ/Roy Morgan consumer confidence rating fell by 2.6 per cent last week. Elevated share market volatility weighed on... Read more
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7d
TheBull
Plunge in US stocks sends confidence downThe plunge in US stocks which infected Australian shares last week has dragged
TheBull / Posted 7 days ago
The plunge in US stocks which infected Australian shares last week has dragged consumer confidence down, with all sub-indices posting declines. The latest ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Index shows a 2.6 per cent drop to 119.5 points in the week... Read more
7d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Companies reluctant to raise wages in competitive landscape: RBA's Ellis Companies are reluctant to give pay rises to staff as they avoid raising thei
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
Companies are reluctant to give pay rises to staff as they avoid raising their prices for fear of losing business, according to a senior Reserve Bank official. In a speech in... Read more
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7d
Scoop.co.nz
Parliament: Feb 13Parliament: Questions and Answers - Feb 13Tuesday, 13 February 2018, 3:54 pmPre
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 7 days ago
Parliament: Questions and Answers - Feb 13Tuesday, 13 February 2018, 3:54 pmPress Release: Hansard ORAL QUESTIONSQUESTIONS TO MINISTERSQuestion No. 1—Prime Minister1. Hon PAULA BENNETT (Deputy Leader—National) on behalf of Rt Hon BILL ENGLISH... Read more
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7d
Business Insider Australia
Australian consumers were rattled by a wild week on markets as household budgets remain constrainedAustralian consumer confidence fell last week, as jitters on global markets dro
Business Insider Australia / Posted 7 days ago
Australian consumer confidence fell last week, as jitters on global markets drove a sharp decline in consumers’ views towards the economy. The ANZ-Roy Morgan weekly survey of consumer confidence fell by 2.6% to a reading of 119.5, reversing its... Read more
7d
Business Insider Australia
The Australian dollar is rebounding as stocks surge around the worldJeff J Mitchell/Getty Images The Australian dollar bounce that began late last
Business Insider Australia / Posted 7 days ago
Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images The Australian dollar bounce that began late last week went up another gear on Monday, spurred on by massive gains in stocks on both sides of the Atlantic. Here’s the scoreboard as at 7.50am AEDT. AUD/USD 0.7849 ,... Read more
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10d
TheBull
Finance Week for February 11 - 17DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, February 11 to Saturday, 17. (*Some items
TheBull / Posted 10 days ago
DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, February 11 to Saturday, 17. (*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, February 11 No items... Read more
14d
News.com.au
RBA boss confident of growth pick-upAustralian market to go into the red for 2018 The Australian market will go in
News.com.au / Posted 14 days ago
Australian market to go into the red for 2018 The Australian market will go into the red for 2018 on Tuesday, as the global sell-off gains momentum. $30 billion was wiped off the value of the local share market yesterday, erasing all the gains for... Read more
14d
TheBull
Consumer confidence lifts for second weekAussie consumer confidence has risen for a second consecutive week, boosted by
TheBull / Posted 14 days ago
Aussie consumer confidence has risen for a second consecutive week, boosted by optimism about current economic conditions The ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence index rose 1.5 per cent last week to 122.7, extending the previous week's 1.3... Read more
14d
TheBull
Consumer confidence rises for second weekConsumer confidence has risen for a second straight week, driven by increased h
TheBull / Posted 14 days ago
Consumer confidence has risen for a second straight week, driven by increased household optimism around current financial and economic conditions. ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence rose 1.5 per cent last week following on from the 1.3... Read more
14d
News.com.au
Consumer confidence rises for second weekConsumer confidence has risen for a second straight week, driven by increased h
News.com.au / Posted 14 days ago
Consumer confidence has risen for a second straight week, driven by increased household optimism around current financial and economic conditions. ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence rose 1.5 per cent last week following on from the 1.3... Read more
14d
The Courier Mail
Global share markets plummetAUSTRALIAN shares look set to fall sharply after key markets around the globe t
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 days ago
AUSTRALIAN shares look set to fall sharply after key markets around the globe tumble, with the worst falls on Wall Street. At 7am AEDT, the share price futures index was down 88 points, or 1.48 per cent, at 5,873. Key equity markets in the US,... Read more
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14d
Adelaide Now
Global share markets plummetAUSTRALIAN shares look set to open sharply lower after key markets around the g
Adelaide Now / Posted 14 days ago
AUSTRALIAN shares look set to open sharply lower after key markets around the globe tumble, with the worst falls on Wall Street. At 0700 AEDT on Tuesday, the share price futures index was down 88 points, or 1.48 per cent, at 5,873. Key equity... Read more
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14d
Herald Sun
Global share markets plummetAUSTRALIAN shares look set to open sharply lower after key markets around the g
Herald Sun / Posted 14 days ago
AUSTRALIAN shares look set to open sharply lower after key markets around the globe tumble, with the worst falls on Wall Street. At 0700 AEDT on Tuesday, the share price futures index was down 88 points, or 1.48 per cent, at 5,873. Key equity... Read more
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14d
TheBull
Aust shares set to join global tumbleAustralian shares look set to open sharply lower after key markets around the g
TheBull / Posted 14 days ago
Australian shares look set to open sharply lower after key markets around the globe tumble, with the worst falls on Wall Street. At 0700 AEDT on Tuesday, the share price futures index was down 88 points, or 1.48 per cent, at 5,873. Key equity... Read more
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14d
News.com.au
Global share markets wiped outCommSec: Market Close 5 Feb 18 Worst one-day fall in seven months2:12 The ASX
News.com.au / Posted 14 days ago
CommSec: Market Close 5 Feb 18 Worst one-day fall in seven months2:12 The ASX 200 slumped on Monday following a global sell-off on Friday. The losses were widespread, with the energy, consumer staples and materials sectors leading the declines. A... Read more
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18d
News.com.au
A review of the week’s economic dataCORELOGIC CAPITAL CITY HOME VALUES Home prices across Australia's five major c
News.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
CORELOGIC CAPITAL CITY HOME VALUES Home prices across Australia's five major capital cities fell 0.1 per cent in the past week with Sydney falling 0.2 per cent, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth's prices dropping 0.1 per cent, while Brisbane prices were... Read more
18d
TheBull
Finance Week for February 4 - 10DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, February 4 to Saturday, February 10. (*So
TheBull / Posted 18 days ago
DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, February 4 to Saturday, February 10. (*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, February 4 No... Read more
19d
Scoop.co.nz
Parliament: Feb 1Parliament: Questions and Answers - Feb 1Thursday, 1 February 2018, 7:53 pmPres
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 19 days ago
Parliament: Questions and Answers - Feb 1Thursday, 1 February 2018, 7:53 pmPress Release: Hansard QUESTIONS TO MINISTERSQuestion No. 1—Finance1. Dr DEBORAH RUSSELL (Labour—New Lynn) to the Minister of Finance: What role will the Living Standards... Read more
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21d
TheBull
Time to demand a better wage deal: ShortenOpposition Leader Bill Shorten has accused big business of deliberately keeping
TheBull / Posted 21 days ago
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has accused big business of deliberately keeping wages growth low, saying it was time to for them to pay a "fair day's wage for a fair day's work". In his first major speech of the year, Mr Shorten told the National... Read more
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21d
TheBull
Consumers show confident start to 2018Consumer confidence is up again - possibly with some help from the cancellation
TheBull / Posted 21 days ago
Consumer confidence is up again - possibly with some help from the cancellation of a planned rail strike in Sydney - and showing encouraging signs of building momentum, new figures indicate. ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence rose 1.3 per... Read more
21d
News.com.au
Consumers show confident start to 2018Consumer confidence is up again - possibly with some help from the cancellation
News.com.au / Posted 21 days ago
Consumer confidence is up again - possibly with some help from the cancellation of a planned rail strike in Sydney - and showing encouraging signs of building momentum, new figures indicate. ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence rose 1.3 per... Read more
21d
TheBull
Voters don't share govt's economic gustoThe Turnbull government has been punching the air about the strength of the job
TheBull / Posted 21 days ago
The Turnbull government has been punching the air about the strength of the jobs market in the past year and the economy more broadly, but Australians don't appear to be sharing its enthusiasm. And far from getting a lift from its economic... Read more
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21d
TheBull
Australian stocks expected to open lowerThe Australian share market looks set to open lower after US stocks pulled back
TheBull / Posted 21 days ago
The Australian share market looks set to open lower after US stocks pulled back sharply from the record levels they reached last week. At 0700 AEDT on Monday, the share price futures index was down 14 points, or 0.23 per cent, at 5,995. The... Read more
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21d
TheBull
Wage growth stays key to consumer outlookThe Turnbull government has been punching the air about the strength of the job
TheBull / Posted 21 days ago
The Turnbull government has been punching the air about the strength of the jobs market in the past year but Australians don't appear to be getting too carried away. An opinion poll released earlier this week showed only a modest lift in the... Read more
24d
TheBull
Finance Week for January 28-Feb 3DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, January 28 to Saturday, February 3. (*Som
TheBull / Posted 24 days ago
DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, January 28 to Saturday, February 3. (*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, January 28 No items... Read more
28d
TheBull
Fastest global growth in 7 yearsprevious projection. If realised it would be the fastest pace of growth in seve
TheBull / Posted 28 days ago
previous projection. If realised it would be the fastest pace of growth in seven years. Consumer confidence: The weekly ANZ/Roy Morgan consumer confidence rating recorded a seasonal fall of 3.3 per cent to 119.4, declining from 4-year highs.... Read more
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28d
TheBull
Petrol prices dents consumer confidenceConsumer confidence has fallen following a jump in petrol prices in Melbourne a
TheBull / Posted 28 days ago
Consumer confidence has fallen following a jump in petrol prices in Melbourne and Brisbane, and talk of rail strikes in Sydney - all against a backdrop of low wages growth. The latest ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Index shows a 3.3 per cent... Read more
28d
Business Insider Australia
Australian household confidence just took a hit for the first time in 2018Photo: Hannah Peters/Getty Images Australian consumer confidence just fell bac
Business Insider Australia / Posted 28 days ago
Photo: Hannah Peters/Getty Images Australian consumer confidence just fell back to earth with a thud, falling sharply from a four-year high the previous week. The ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian consumer confidence index declined by 3.3% to a reading of... Read more
28d
TheBull
Aust shares to open up on strong US leadThe Australian share market looks set to open comfortably higher after the worl
TheBull / Posted 28 days ago
The Australian share market looks set to open comfortably higher after the world's leading index offered positive leads and Wall Street hit record intraday highs. At 0700 AEDT on Tuesday, the share price futures index was up 26 points, or 0.44 per... Read more
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TheBull
Finance Week for January 21-27DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, January 21 to Saturday, January 27. (*Som
TheBull / Posted 1 months ago
DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, January 21 to Saturday, January 27. (*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, January 21 No items... Read more
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News.com.au
A review of the week’s economic dataCORELOGIC CAPITAL CITY HOME VALUES Home prices across Australia's five major c
News.com.au / Posted 1 months ago
CORELOGIC CAPITAL CITY HOME VALUES Home prices across Australia's five major capital cities fell 0.1 per cent in the past week but have risen 3.9 per over the past 12 months. Median house prices for private treaty sales, rather than auctions, were... Read more

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