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Business Insider Australia
Westpac thinks a weak inflation figure is coming next week, forcing the RBA to back away from rate hikesthe cash rate to just 1.5%, the level it remains today. It was a shock not onl
Business Insider Australia / Posted 8 hours ago
the cash rate to just 1.5%, the level it remains today. It was a shock not only to the RBA but also financial markets. Bill Evans, Chief Economist at Westpac, thinks that another one could be on the way. In a note released today, Evans says... Read more
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ajc.com
PolitiFact: Abrams’ claim on Evans, vouchers leaves information outDemocratic candidates for governor Stacey Abrams (left) and Stacey Evans (right
ajc.com / Posted yesterday
Democratic candidates for governor Stacey Abrams (left) and Stacey Evans (right) with moderator Cathy Cox appear in their first forum since announcing their candidacies on Monday, Oct. 2, 2017, at The Carter Center in Atlanta. Curtis... Read more
2d
Perth Now
Consumer a constraint on growth: Westpaccentre on consumers struggling under the weight of weak wages growth, high ener
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
centre on consumers struggling under the weight of weak wages growth, high energy prices and excessive debt, says Westpac's Bill Evans. "Conditions in housing markets, particularly in the eastern states, are likely to soften while the residential... Read more
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News.com.au
Consumer a constraint on growth: Westpaccentre on consumers struggling under the weight of weak wages growth, high ener
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
centre on consumers struggling under the weight of weak wages growth, high energy prices and excessive debt, says Westpac's Bill Evans. "Conditions in housing markets, particularly in the eastern states, are likely to soften while the residential... Read more
2d
Business Insider Australia
This indicator suggests the RBA will have trouble lifting interest rates next yearthe performance of Australian stocks, changes in the shape of Australia’s bond
Business Insider Australia / Posted 2 days ago
the performance of Australian stocks, changes in the shape of Australia’s bond curve and various economic data indicators. Bill Evans, Westpac’s Chief Economist, says that much of the deterioration in the index this year has been due to weakness in... Read more
6d
The Shelter Island Reporter
Legends of the Strings: Darol Anger and Mike Marshall at Bay Street Theater1977 debut release, and has performed and taught all over the world with musici
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 6 days ago
1977 debut release, and has performed and taught all over the world with musicians such as Dr. Billy Taylor, Bela Fleck, Bill Evans, Edgar Meyer, Bill Frisell, Tony Rice, Tim O’Brien, The Anonymous 4, Marin Alsop and the Cabrillo Orchestra, the... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
What's Happening: October 12, 20171977 debut release, and has performed and taught all over the world with musici
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 7 days ago
1977 debut release, and has performed and taught all over the world with musicians such as Dr. Billy Taylor, Bela Fleck, Bill Evans, Edgar Meyer, Bill Frisell, Tony Rice, Tim O’Brien, The Anonymous 4, Marin Alsop and the Cabrillo Orchestra, the... Read more
9d
Sky News Australia
Consumer sentiment jumps 3.6 per centtime since November 2016 showed optimists outnumber pessimists. Releasing the
Sky News Australia / Posted 9 days ago
time since November 2016 showed optimists outnumber pessimists. Releasing the survey on Wednesday, Westpac chief economist Bill Evans said this welcome boost is consistent with an improving global economy, less concern over a rise in interest rates... Read more
9d
TheBull
Consumer confidence rises to one-year highhighest level since October last year, with an improving global economy lifting
TheBull / Posted 9 days ago
highest level since October last year, with an improving global economy lifting people's spirits. Westpac chief economist Bill Evans says the turnaround was driven by easing concerns about rising interest rates as well as improvements to the... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Consumer confidence rises to one-year highhighest level since October last year, with an improving global economy lifting
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 9 days ago
highest level since October last year, with an improving global economy lifting people's spirits. Westpac chief economist Bill Evans says the turnaround was driven by easing concerns about rising interest rates as well as improvements to the... Read more
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9d
The Courier Mail
Consumer sentiment at year high levelhighest level since October last year, with an improving global economy lifting
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
highest level since October last year, with an improving global economy lifting consumer spirits. Westpac chief economist Bill Evans says the turnaround was driven by easing concerns about rising interest rates as well as improvements to the... Read more
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9d
News.com.au
Consumer sentiment at year high levelhighest level since October last year, with an improving global economy lifting
News.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
highest level since October last year, with an improving global economy lifting consumer spirits. Westpac chief economist Bill Evans says the turnaround was driven by easing concerns about rising interest rates as well as improvements to the... Read more
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9d
TheBull
Consumer sentiment at year high levelhighest level since October last year, with an improving global economy lifting
TheBull / Posted 9 days ago
highest level since October last year, with an improving global economy lifting consumer spirits. Westpac chief economist Bill Evans says the turnaround was driven by easing concerns about rising interest rates as well as improvements to the... Read more
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9d
Business Insider Australia
Optimism returns to Australia as confidence in the economy growsa slim margin, it’s the first time there has been more optimists than pessimist
Business Insider Australia / Posted 9 days ago
a slim margin, it’s the first time there has been more optimists than pessimists since November 2016. According to Bill Evans, Chief Economist at Westpac, the improved mood was driven by optimism towards the economy in the year ahead,... Read more
9d
The Courier Mail
Parramatta’s great leap forwardbut the Eels could very much do with a more dynamic presence in the middle of t
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
but the Eels could very much do with a more dynamic presence in the middle of the field to round out their rotation. Kane Evans joins from the Roosters and Brad Arthur will be hoping the Fijian giant can fit that bill. Evans has some real ability... Read more
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Arts Journal
Ten and countingis the best thing to have happened to me in a life overflowing with good fortun
Arts Journal / Posted 13 days ago
is the best thing to have happened to me in a life overflowing with good fortune. May it go on and on. Tony Bennett and Bill Evans perform “Lucky to Be Me,” by Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden, and Adolph Green. This song was sung by Mary Foster... Read more
14d
Rutland Herald
Loose, aggressive Evans had the eye of the eagleEvans was on laser-mode, making five eagles in the best-ball event. “I’ve neve
Rutland Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Evans was on laser-mode, making five eagles in the best-ball event. “I’ve never seen anything like it,” said his father, Bill Evans, who was competing in the same foursome at the Vermont Golf Course Superintendents Association’s one-day... Read more
14d
The Shelter Island Reporter
What's Happening: October 5, 20171977 debut release, and has performed and taught all over the world with musici
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 14 days ago
1977 debut release, and has performed and taught all over the world with musicians such as Dr. Billy Taylor, Bela Fleck, Bill Evans, Edgar Meyer, Bill Frisell, Tony Rice, Tim O’Brien, The Anonymous 4, Marin Alsop and the Cabrillo Orchestra, the... Read more
15d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Retail sales slump dashes hopes for quick Australian economic reboundWestpac didn't nail the August retail sales forecast (it predicted +0.2 per cen
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 15 days ago
Westpac didn't nail the August retail sales forecast (it predicted +0.2 per cent), it's chief economist Bill Evans was out a couple of weeks ago forecasting that the first Reserve Bank rate rise might not happen until 2020. That... Read more
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15d
Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Mike Stern at the Jazz Cafe, 3 Things To Knowfor when it�s time to do another record. And there�s usually a lot of variety i
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
for when it�s time to do another record. And there�s usually a lot of variety in what I write.� If You Go: � Mike Stern & Bill Evans Band � 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4. � The Jazz Cafe inside the Music Hall Center, 350 Madison Ave., Detroit. �... Read more
18d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Interest rate rise likely within six months: Shadow Reserve BankANU's shadow board is at odds with other economists, who see a rate rise as mor
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 18 days ago
ANU's shadow board is at odds with other economists, who see a rate rise as more distant. Westpac chief economist Bill Evans — who correctly predicted the RBA's dramatic rate cuts — believes the first rate rise might not be needed before... Read more
18d
Canberra Times
Hint of heat in elusive wage inflation for US economyeconomies of the US, Germany, the UK and Japan are at or close to full employme
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
economies of the US, Germany, the UK and Japan are at or close to full employment, according to Westpac's chief economist Bill Evans, without witnessing a wage response. He cites the impact of globalisation, technology, the retirement of higher... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Hint of heat in elusive wage inflation for US economyeconomies of the US, Germany, the UK and Japan are at or close to full employme
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
economies of the US, Germany, the UK and Japan are at or close to full employment, according to Westpac's chief economist Bill Evans, without witnessing a wage response. He cites the impact of globalisation, technology, the retirement of higher... Read more
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19d
The Age
Hint of heat in elusive wage inflation for US economyeconomies of the US, Germany, the UK and Japan are at or close to full employme
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
economies of the US, Germany, the UK and Japan are at or close to full employment, according to Westpac's chief economist Bill Evans, without witnessing a wage response. He cites the impact of globalisation, technology, the retirement of higher... Read more
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23d
Louth Leader
Louth Golf Club: Emily nets emotional win for familywas a great success, while the competition was very well organised and professi
Louth Leader / Posted 23 days ago
was a great success, while the competition was very well organised and professionally run. Men (50 to 65yrs): 1 Greg Boni, Bill Evans, Clive James (Louth) 76pts, 2 Andy Craven (Louth), Tony Lascelles (Kenwick Park), Chris Whinney (Kenwick... Read more
24d
Business Insider Australia
Markets have gone 'too far' in pricing in RBA rate hikes next yearan optimistic view, forecasting that the economy will lose momentum in the mont
Business Insider Australia / Posted 24 days ago
an optimistic view, forecasting that the economy will lose momentum in the months ahead, keeping the RBA firmly on hold. Bill Evans from Westpac is one notable economist who remains firmly in that camp, suggesting that there’ll be no need for the... Read more
24d
Business Insider Australia
Bill Evans just outlined why the RBA should not hike interest rates next yearmarkets and an increasing number of economists think the RBA are about to hike
Business Insider Australia / Posted 24 days ago
markets and an increasing number of economists think the RBA are about to hike rates for the first time since late 2010, Bill Evans, chief economist at Westpac, isn’t buying it. Not only does he think that rates will be left unchanged at 1.5%... Read more
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24d
Northern Daily Leader
ASX fails to fire as bank strength fadesConsulting said six more cities may follow suit, without naming them. No rate h
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 24 days ago
Consulting said six more cities may follow suit, without naming them. No rate hikes here Westpac's veteran chief economist Bill Evans appears unmoved by all the recent rate-hike talk. In a somewhat surprising development, markets are pricing in... Read more
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WA Today
ASX fails to fire again as bank strength fadesConsulting said six more cities may follow suit, without naming them.No rate hi
WA Today / Posted 24 days ago
Consulting said six more cities may follow suit, without naming them.No rate hikes here Westpac's veteran chief economist Bill Evans appears unmoved by all the recent rate-hike talk. In a somewhat surprising development, markets are pricing in... Read more
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Canberra Times
Don't believe the hype on higher ratesWestpac's veteran chief economist Bill Evans is unmoved by all the recent rate-
Canberra Times / Posted 25 days ago
Westpac's veteran chief economist Bill Evans is unmoved by all the recent rate-hike talk. In a somewhat surprising development, in recent weeks markets have moved to price in just shy of two quarter of a percentage point move in official rates by... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX fails to fire again as bank strength fadesConsulting said six more cities may follow suit, without naming them.No rate hi
Canberra Times / Posted 25 days ago
Consulting said six more cities may follow suit, without naming them.No rate hikes here Westpac's veteran chief economist Bill Evans appears unmoved by all the recent rate-hike talk. In a somewhat surprising development, markets are pricing in... Read more
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WA Today
ASX fails to fire again as bank strength fadesConsulting said six more cities may follow suit, without naming them.No rate hi
WA Today / Posted 25 days ago
Consulting said six more cities may follow suit, without naming them.No rate hikes here Westpac's veteran chief economist Bill Evans appears unmoved by all the recent rate-hike talk. In a somewhat surprising development, markets are pricing in... Read more
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25d
WA Today
Don't believe the hype on higher ratesWestpac's veteran chief economist Bill Evans is unmoved by all the recent rate-
WA Today / Posted 25 days ago
Westpac's veteran chief economist Bill Evans is unmoved by all the recent rate-hike talk. In a somewhat surprising development, in recent weeks markets have moved to price in just shy of two quarter of a percentage point move in official rates by... Read more
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25d
Sydney Morning Herald
Don't believe the hype on higher ratesWestpac's veteran chief economist Bill Evans is unmoved by all the recent rate-
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 25 days ago
Westpac's veteran chief economist Bill Evans is unmoved by all the recent rate-hike talk. In a somewhat surprising development, in recent weeks markets have moved to price in just shy of two quarter of a percentage point move in official rates by... Read more
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25d
The Age
Don't believe the hype on higher ratesWestpac's veteran chief economist Bill Evans is unmoved by all the recent rate-
The Age / Posted 25 days ago
Westpac's veteran chief economist Bill Evans is unmoved by all the recent rate-hike talk. In a somewhat surprising development, in recent weeks markets have moved to price in just shy of two quarter of a percentage point move in official rates by... Read more
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25d
Sydney Morning Herald
ASX fails to fire again as bank strength fadesConsulting said six more cities may follow suit, without naming them.No rate hi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 25 days ago
Consulting said six more cities may follow suit, without naming them.No rate hikes here Westpac's veteran chief economist Bill Evans appears unmoved by all the recent rate-hike talk. In a somewhat surprising development, markets are pricing in... Read more
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25d
The Age
ASX fails to fire again as bank strength fadesConsulting said six more cities may follow suit, without naming them.No rate hi
The Age / Posted 25 days ago
Consulting said six more cities may follow suit, without naming them.No rate hikes here Westpac's veteran chief economist Bill Evans appears unmoved by all the recent rate-hike talk. In a somewhat surprising development, markets are pricing in... Read more
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26d
Business Insider Australia
AUSTRALIAN DIARY: Everything you need to know about the week ahead for marketswill make a speech on Monday night, along with three voting committee members o
Business Insider Australia / Posted 26 days ago
will make a speech on Monday night, along with three voting committee members of the US Federal Reserve — William Dudley, Bill Evans and Neel Kashkari. That’s followed by more Fed speakers in the following two days, led by Fed chair Janet... Read more
27d
Business Insider Australia
Philip Lowe has made a solid start as RBA governor but his true tests lie aheadwage growth below 2.5%, thereby preventing underlying inflation from rising abo
Business Insider Australia / Posted 27 days ago
wage growth below 2.5%, thereby preventing underlying inflation from rising above 2.0%.” That’s a similar view to that of Bill Evans, Westpac’s chief economist, who sees GDP growing by only 2.5% next year, ensuring that inflationary pressures... Read more
29d
Computer Business Review
Theresa May, Terrorism, Tech Giants & the Threat of Orwell’s 1984tech giants to do more when it comes to terror content, many experts have criti
Computer Business Review / Posted 29 days ago
tech giants to do more when it comes to terror content, many experts have critisied May’s address to the United Nations – Bill Evans from One Identity even goes as far as saying it ‘boggles the mind’. “Prime Minister Theresa May’s continued call... Read more
29d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Interest rates: ANZ joins NAB in predicting the RBA will raise twice next year2pcCBAOne 25bp rise in the fourth quarter1.75pcWestpacNo change1.5RBA overly op
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 29 days ago
2pcCBAOne 25bp rise in the fourth quarter1.75pcWestpacNo change1.5RBA overly optimistic: Westpac Westpac chief economist Bill Evans says he does not share the optimism of either the other banks or the RBA about the economy. "I think the RBA... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
OECD says caution needed in raising ratesa risk of an earlier move. But Westpac expects no change in the cash rate thro
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 30 days ago
a risk of an earlier move. But Westpac expects no change in the cash rate throughout 2018. "With macro-prudential policies slowing housing markets, the need to raise interest rates in 2018 seems unnecessary," Westpac chief economist Bill Evans sa... Read more
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Weekly Times
OECD says caution needed in raising ratesa risk of an earlier move. But Westpac expects no change in the cash rate thro
Weekly Times / Posted 30 days ago
a risk of an earlier move. But Westpac expects no change in the cash rate throughout 2018. "With macro-prudential policies slowing housing markets, the need to raise interest rates in 2018 seems unnecessary," Westpac chief economist Bill Evans sa... Read more
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Herald Sun
OECD says caution needed in raising ratesa risk of an earlier move. But Westpac expects no change in the cash rate thro
Herald Sun / Posted 30 days ago
a risk of an earlier move. But Westpac expects no change in the cash rate throughout 2018. "With macro-prudential policies slowing housing markets, the need to raise interest rates in 2018 seems unnecessary," Westpac chief economist Bill Evans sa... Read more
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TheBull
OECD says caution needed in raising ratesa risk of an earlier move. But Westpac expects no change in the cash rate thro
TheBull / Posted 30 days ago
a risk of an earlier move. But Westpac expects no change in the cash rate throughout 2018. "With macro-prudential policies slowing housing markets, the need to raise interest rates in 2018 seems unnecessary," Westpac chief economist Bill Evans sa... Read more
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Perth Now
Back to 2012 for Perth house pricesdebt having outpaced the slow growth in household incomes over the preceding fe
Perth Now / Posted 30 days ago
debt having outpaced the slow growth in household incomes over the preceding few years,” it said. Westpac chief economist Bill Evans said the tension between weak growth in wages and spending by indebted households would dominate the RBA’s... Read more
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TheBull
Signs jobs surge not over yetpolicies slowing housing markets, the need to raise interest rates in 2018 seem
TheBull / Posted 30 days ago
policies slowing housing markets, the need to raise interest rates in 2018 seems unnecessary," Westpac chief economist Bill Evans says. He said the latest Westpac-Melbourne Institute leading index - which indicates the likely pace of economic... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
BILL EVANS: No rate hikes in 2018 because Australia's economy will underwhelmcurrent trend rate. It had been as high as +1.13% in March this year. Westpac
Business Insider Australia / Posted 30 days ago
current trend rate. It had been as high as +1.13% in March this year. Westpac-MI Leading Index. Source: Westpac To Bill Evans, chief economist at Westpac, the latest reading suggests those looking for GDP growth of 3% or more next year —... Read more
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WA Today
ANZ Bank tips two RBA interest rate hikes in 2018stimulus currently in place," NAB economists led by Alan Oster said last week..
WA Today / Posted 30 days ago
stimulus currently in place," NAB economists led by Alan Oster said last week.. In contrast, Westpac's chief economist Bill Evans expects there will be no change in interest rates in 2018, because of the persistent weakness in household income... Read more
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The Age
ANZ Bank tips two RBA interest rate hikes in 2018stimulus currently in place," NAB economists led by Alan Oster said last week..
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
stimulus currently in place," NAB economists led by Alan Oster said last week.. In contrast, Westpac's chief economist Bill Evans expects there will be no change in interest rates in 2018, because of the persistent weakness in household income... Read more
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