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WA Today
Don't believe the hype on higher ratesby the end of next year, and three hikes by the end of 2019 amid positive signs
WA Today / Posted 4 minutes ago
by the end of next year, and three hikes by the end of 2019 amid positive signs around the strength of the economy. The Reserve Bank has kept interest rates on hold at 1.5%. Economics Editor at The Age Peter Martin explains why and when we might... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Don't believe the hype on higher ratesby the end of next year, and three hikes by the end of 2019 amid positive signs
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 minutes ago
by the end of next year, and three hikes by the end of 2019 amid positive signs around the strength of the economy. The Reserve Bank has kept interest rates on hold at 1.5%. Economics Editor at The Age Peter Martin explains why and when we might... Read more
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The Age
Don't believe the hype on higher ratesby the end of next year, and three hikes by the end of 2019 amid positive signs
The Age / Posted 20 minutes ago
by the end of next year, and three hikes by the end of 2019 amid positive signs around the strength of the economy. The Reserve Bank has kept interest rates on hold at 1.5%. Economics Editor at The Age Peter Martin explains why and when we might... Read more
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Motley Fool
Is your share portfolio positioned for this impending boom?decades with state and federal governments committing to spending nearly $100 b
Motley Fool / Posted 59 minutes ago
decades with state and federal governments committing to spending nearly $100 billion in this financial year alone. The Reserve Bank of Australia’s (RBA) governor Philip Lowe pointed out this upcoming boom in a recent presentation. While he... Read more
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The Economic Times
Floor hasn’t fallen through: Don’t go by ‘feel’, economic data call for measured rather than precipitate actionsources of weakness in the economy are two: twin balance sheet problem and poor
The Economic Times / Posted 2 hours ago
sources of weakness in the economy are two: twin balance sheet problem and poor performance of merchandise exports. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is already tackling the former and the government may consider complementing that effort with... Read more
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Business Standard India
BJP National Executive meet: Decoding options before Modi to boost economyserious doubts about the maintainability of the current pace of revenue mobilis
Business Standard India / Posted 2 hours ago
serious doubts about the maintainability of the current pace of revenue mobilisation. The dividend contribution from the Reserve Bank of India has already declined by about Rs 27,000 crore, compared to what the government had budgeted as receipts... Read more
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The Economic Times
'No need to panic,' says Arun Jaitley as firms defer spendingstrong banks to take over weaker ones especially in the state-run sector. Earli
The Economic Times / Posted 3 hours ago
strong banks to take over weaker ones especially in the state-run sector. Earlier this year, the government gave the Reserve Bank of India greater powers to go after defaulters and recover loans through a new bankruptcy code. "We are looking... Read more
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NZCity
Reserve Bank expected to hold rateActing Reserve Bank governor Grant Spencer is not expected to create too many r
NZCity / Posted 4 hours ago
Acting Reserve Bank governor Grant Spencer is not expected to create too many ripples later this week. In his rate decision due on Thursday, Mr Spencer is tipped to keep the Official Cash Rate at its record low rate of 1.75 per cent. All 13... Read more
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TheBull
CommSec Daily Report Mondaynight ahead of Germany’s election. This week is set to be light on major, mark
TheBull / Posted 5 hours ago
night ahead of Germany’s election. This week is set to be light on major, market moving economic news. Talks from two Reserve Bank officials on Tuesday and Thursday are expected to be highlights. Offshore Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen... Read more
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The Economic Times
Nine macro triggers that market should watch todayat 5.85% from Thursday's level 5.80%. It resumed higher at 6.05% and moved in a
The Economic Times / Posted 5 hours ago
at 5.85% from Thursday's level 5.80%. It resumed higher at 6.05% and moved in a range of 6.05% and 5.70%. Liquidity : The Reserve Bank of India (RBI), under the Liquidity Adjustment Facility (LAF), purchased securities worth Rs 8927 crore in... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Where all our cash is hidingHQ Small Business media_cameraThe new $10 note has been released but very few
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 hours ago
HQ Small Business media_cameraThe new $10 note has been released but very few of us may actually ever use it. Picture: Reserve Bank YOU probably know the story by now — Australia is absolutely flush with cash, especially hundred dollar bills.... Read more
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New Kerala
Professor Richard Cooper , Harvard University Economics Professor, visits China's emerging mother and baby e-commerce platform, MAMA+ Inc - newkerala news #274636University. He was the former Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs in
New Kerala / Posted 7 hours ago
University. He was the former Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs in the United States, Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Dean of Yale University, and has made significant achievements on economic affairs analysis and... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Traders continue to sell the US dollar, but there are signs it may not lastled by the NZD and AUD. “AUD net longs were reduced by $US200 million to $US6.
Business Insider Australia / Posted 8 hours ago
led by the NZD and AUD. “AUD net longs were reduced by $US200 million to $US6.4 billion, despite market optimism that the Reserve Bank of Australia will soon join the tightening cycle.” Goh and Sen also note that traders sold emerging market... Read more
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Boston Globe
What’s up this week in career-enhancing, learning, and networkingeconomy and MassBenchmarks’ role in it. Panels and presentations about the stat
Boston Globe / Posted 8 hours ago
economy and MassBenchmarks’ role in it. Panels and presentations about the state economy. 3 to 7:30 , Federal Reserve, Bank of Boston, 600 Atlantic Ave., Boston. Free, but you must RSVP. Wednesday, Sept. 27 21st Century job search:... Read more
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Money Management
Banks scrap ATM withdrawal fees amid scandalsit would remove withdrawal fees so all CBA and non-CBA customers would not be c
Money Management / Posted 8 hours ago
it would remove withdrawal fees so all CBA and non-CBA customers would not be charged an ATM withdrawal fee. Data from the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) showed Australians made more than 250 million foreign ATM cash withdrawals in the last... Read more
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Motley Fool
Beat low interest rates with these 5 dividend stars Next week the Reserve Bank of Australia will meet once again to decide whethe
Motley Fool / Posted 8 hours ago
Next week the Reserve Bank of Australia will meet once again to decide whether to cut, hold, or increase the official cash rate from its record low of 1.5%. According to the ASX and its RBA Rate... Read more
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Financial News Network
US closes mixed: Aus shares to open higherdata for the March quarter, finance and wealth figures for June, and job vacanc
Financial News Network / Posted 9 hours ago
data for the March quarter, finance and wealth figures for June, and job vacancies for August later in the week. The Reserve Bank is releasing private sector credit figures for August on Friday. MarketsWall Street closed mixed on Friday: The... Read more
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The Young Witness
Banks ditch ATM fees, but calls for a royal commission remain strongusing their ATMs to withdraw cash. Photo: Daniel Pockett This is a good move f
The Young Witness / Posted 10 hours ago
using their ATMs to withdraw cash. Photo: Daniel Pockett This is a good move for customers, and one that is long overdue. Reserve Bank of Australia data shows Australians made more than 250 million ATM withdrawals from banks other than their own... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Banks ditch ATM fees, but calls for a royal commission remain strongusing their ATMs to withdraw cash. Photo: Daniel Pockett This is a good move f
Kiama Independent / Posted 10 hours ago
using their ATMs to withdraw cash. Photo: Daniel Pockett This is a good move for customers, and one that is long overdue. Reserve Bank of Australia data shows Australians made more than 250 million ATM withdrawals from banks other than their own... Read more
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Manning River Times
Banks ditch ATM fees, but calls for a royal commission remain strongusing their ATMs to withdraw cash. Photo: Daniel Pockett This is a good move f
Manning River Times / Posted 10 hours ago
using their ATMs to withdraw cash. Photo: Daniel Pockett This is a good move for customers, and one that is long overdue. Reserve Bank of Australia data shows Australians made more than 250 million ATM withdrawals from banks other than their own... Read more
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The Hindu
The faltering economy — On the weak numbersto a five-month high of 3.36% in August from 2.36% in July, further dimming the
The Hindu / Posted 12 hours ago
to a five-month high of 3.36% in August from 2.36% in July, further dimming the prospects of a monetary stimulus from the Reserve Bank of India to help boost the economy. The demonetisation of high-value rupee notes in November, and the... Read more
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The Economic Times
Growth likely to revive in coming quarters: SBI chiefto have tapered in the wake of slowing growth and the overhang of bad loans. A
The Economic Times / Posted 14 hours ago
to have tapered in the wake of slowing growth and the overhang of bad loans. At least seven banks that are under the Reserve Bank of India’s prompt corrective action for high ratio of stressed assets and erosion of capital soon need... Read more
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The Hindu
Who’s lending to Indian businesses?mountain of bad loans and operating on precarious levels of capital, who will f
The Hindu / Posted 16 hours ago
mountain of bad loans and operating on precarious levels of capital, who will fund the credit needs of Indian businesses? Reserve Bank of India’s recently released annual report for 2016-17 shows that many new sources of finance are springing up.... Read more
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WA Today
Wealth management still key for banks: David Murrayand a cause of reputational damage to the bank – an issue that is now the subje
WA Today / Posted 17 hours ago
and a cause of reputational damage to the bank – an issue that is now the subject of a powerful prudential inquiry. A Reserve Bank paper last year also concluded wealth management had fallen short of expectations for banks, producing slower... Read more
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The Age
Wealth management still key for banks: David Murrayand a cause of reputational damage to the bank – an issue that is now the subje
The Age / Posted 17 hours ago
and a cause of reputational damage to the bank – an issue that is now the subject of a powerful prudential inquiry. A Reserve Bank paper last year also concluded wealth management had fallen short of expectations for banks, producing slower... Read more
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The Age
Banks ditch ATM fees, but calls for a royal commission remain strongto ditch withdrawal fees for customers of other institutions using their ATMs t
The Age / Posted 17 hours ago
to ditch withdrawal fees for customers of other institutions using their ATMs to withdraw cash. Photo: Daniel Pockett Reserve Bank of Australia data shows Australians made more than 250 million ATM withdrawals from banks other than their own... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Wealth management still key for banks: David Murrayand a cause of reputational damage to the bank – an issue that is now the subje
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
and a cause of reputational damage to the bank – an issue that is now the subject of a powerful prudential inquiry. A Reserve Bank paper last year also concluded wealth management had fallen short of expectations for banks, producing slower... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Banks ditch ATM fees, but calls for a royal commission remain strongto ditch withdrawal fees for customers of other institutions using their ATMs t
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
to ditch withdrawal fees for customers of other institutions using their ATMs to withdraw cash. Photo: Daniel Pockett Reserve Bank of Australia data shows Australians made more than 250 million ATM withdrawals from banks other than their own... Read more
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WA Today
Banks ditch ATM fees, but calls for a royal commission remain strongto ditch withdrawal fees for customers of other institutions using their ATMs t
WA Today / Posted 18 hours ago
to ditch withdrawal fees for customers of other institutions using their ATMs to withdraw cash. Photo: Daniel Pockett Reserve Bank of Australia data shows Australians made more than 250 million ATM withdrawals from banks other than their own... Read more
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The Economic Times
SBI to teach bankers from South East Asian countriessuch as road, fertiliser but that would reflect in banks' credit book with a la
The Economic Times / Posted 19 hours ago
such as road, fertiliser but that would reflect in banks' credit book with a lag. At least seven banks which are under Reserve Bank of India's prompt corrective action for high ratio of stressed assets and erosion of capital need government... Read more
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Canberra Times
Townhouses and period homes the favourites on crowded Melbourne auction Saturdaya reasonably healthy state. This was because it had been very well managed in r
Canberra Times / Posted 19 hours ago
a reasonably healthy state. This was because it had been very well managed in recent years through the levers pulled by the Reserve Bank and the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. “If indeed what we are seeing is a soft landing, it’s... Read more
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Canberra Times
Election results and central banks put investors on noticecontext on the outlook for inflation, global growth and where interest rates ar
Canberra Times / Posted 19 hours ago
context on the outlook for inflation, global growth and where interest rates are heading. Locally, there are two Reserve Bank officials poised to speak this week: assistant governor for financial stability, Michelle Bullock, is on a panel... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
Mawarire arrested while preachingMkwananzi said. “This has been necessitated by an acute decline in the value o
New Zimbabwe / Posted 20 hours ago
Mkwananzi said. “This has been necessitated by an acute decline in the value of a fictitious currency introduced by the Reserve Bank which we had forewarned about its futility. We are saying that because of this RBZ governor John Mangudya and... Read more
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The Age
Townhouses and period homes the favourites on crowded Melbourne auction Saturdaya reasonably healthy state. This was because it had been very well managed in r
The Age / Posted 23 hours ago
a reasonably healthy state. This was because it had been very well managed in recent years through the levers pulled by the Reserve Bank and the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. “If indeed what we are seeing is a soft landing, it’s... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Zimbabweans stocking up on goods amid economic fearseconomic fears Central bank governor John Mangudya says rumours of looming sho
Eye Witness News / Posted 23 hours ago
economic fears Central bank governor John Mangudya says rumours of looming shortages should be dismissed with contempt. Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe chief, John Mangudya says the new coins will help stabilise prices and build confidence in the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Westpac follows Commonwealth Bank in scrapping ATM withdrawal feewhether they are Westpac Group customers or not, to benefit from one of Austral
Canberra Times / Posted 23 hours ago
whether they are Westpac Group customers or not, to benefit from one of Australia's largest ATM networks" Mr Frazis said.. Reserve Bank of Australia data shows Australians made more than 250 million ATM withdrawals from banks other than their own... Read more
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Canberra Times
Money flows into European funds as German election helps quell populist fearscentral bank hawkishness spilled over into the Australian market last week with
Canberra Times / Posted 23 hours ago
central bank hawkishness spilled over into the Australian market last week with the market changing its view that the Reserve Bank of Australia might raise interest rates as many as two times over the next 12 months. While persistently low... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australia's big four banks have ditched ATM fee from another bank. Australians made more than 250 million ATM withdrawals from
Canberra Times / Posted 23 hours ago
from another bank. Australians made more than 250 million ATM withdrawals from banks other than their own last year, Reserve Bank data shows. Consumer group Choice said the flurry of decisions was "welcome news for consumers". "With many of... Read more
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WA Today
Election results and central banks put investors on noticecontext on the outlook for inflation, global growth and where interest rates ar
WA Today / Posted yesterday
context on the outlook for inflation, global growth and where interest rates are heading. Locally, there are two Reserve Bank officials poised to speak this week: assistant governor for financial stability, Michelle Bullock, is on a panel... Read more
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WA Today
Westpac, ANZ, NAB ditch ATM fee in wake of CBA movefrom another bank. Australians made more than 250 million ATM withdrawals from
WA Today / Posted yesterday
from another bank. Australians made more than 250 million ATM withdrawals from banks other than their own last year, Reserve Bank data shows. Consumer group Choice said the flurry of decisions was "welcome news for consumers". "With many of... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Busi and the BLF coverupreport, which found the bank had to repay R3.2bn in relation to the R1.25bn apa
News 24 South Africa / Posted yesterday
report, which found the bank had to repay R3.2bn in relation to the R1.25bn apartheid-era bailout of Bankorp by the SA Reserve Bank. Absa bought Bankorp in 1992. According to court papers filed last week, Mkhwebane said there were no... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Westpac, ANZ, ditch ATM fee in wake of CBA moveBT says "changing community expectations" have prompted it to make the payments
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
BT says "changing community expectations" have prompted it to make the payments. Photo: Darrian Traynor Reserve Bank of Australia data shows Australians made more than 250 million ATM withdrawals from banks other than their own... Read more
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The Age
Westpac, ANZ, ditch ATM fees in wake of CBA moveBT says "changing community expectations" have prompted it to make the payments
The Age / Posted yesterday
BT says "changing community expectations" have prompted it to make the payments. Photo: Darrian Traynor Reserve Bank of Australia data shows Australians made more than 250 million ATM withdrawals from banks other than their own... Read more
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The Hindu
‘Interest rates, rupee hurting growth’slowdown that has been led by a slump in the manufacturing sector, a top govern
The Hindu / Posted yesterday
slowdown that has been led by a slump in the manufacturing sector, a top government official said, hinting that the Reserve Bank of India needed to align its monetary policy to push growth as inflation targets are well under control, despite... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Ten years since the global financial crisis? It seems like it was yesterdaywhich so rocked the world – plunging many developed nations into their worst re
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
which so rocked the world – plunging many developed nations into their worst recessions since the 1930s – Australia's Reserve Bank governor, Philip Lowe, last week attempted to rule a line under this troubled period in world – and Australia's... Read more
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The Age
Ten years since the global financial crisis? It seems like it was yesterdaywhich so rocked the world – plunging many developed nations into their worst re
The Age / Posted yesterday
which so rocked the world – plunging many developed nations into their worst recessions since the 1930s – Australia's Reserve Bank governor, Philip Lowe, last week attempted to rule a line under this troubled period in world – and Australia's... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Three of the four big banks drop ATM feeswere more than 250 million withdrawal across all Australian banks by non-custom
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
were more than 250 million withdrawal across all Australian banks by non-customers last financial year, according to Reserve Bank data. That means more than $500 million was withdrawn at an additional fee. Treasurer Scott Morrison said the... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Commonwealth Bank axes ATM feesreporters in Sydney. "Imagine how we could get better banking for all Australi
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
reporters in Sydney. "Imagine how we could get better banking for all Australians if we had a banking royal commission." Reserve Bank of Australia data shows Australians made more than 250 million ATM withdrawals from banks other than their own... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
CBA drops $2 ATM fees; other banks urged to 'stop rorting'were more than 250 million withdrawal across all Australian banks by non-custom
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
were more than 250 million withdrawal across all Australian banks by non-customers last financial year, according to Reserve Bank data. That means more than $500 million was withdrawn at an additional fee. Treasurer Scott Morrison argued... Read more
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The Age
Money flows into European funds as German election helps quell populist fearscentral bank hawkishness spilled over into the Australian market last week with
The Age / Posted yesterday
central bank hawkishness spilled over into the Australian market last week with the market changings its view that the Reserve Bank of Australia might raise interest rates as many as two times over the next twelve months. While persistently... Read more
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