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Business Insider Australia
This indicator for Australia's economic outlook just went into full reverseAfter indicating that Australia’s economy looked set to go on a tear, the lates
Business Insider Australia / Posted 23 hours ago
After indicating that Australia’s economy looked set to go on a tear, the latest reading of the Westpac-Melbourne Institute leading index showed a sharp pullback in January. The index showed a reading of +0.73% — almost a full reversal from +1.39%... Read more
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TheBull
Consumers remain cautiousis the importance of the economic data? The ANZ/Roy Morgan weekly survey of co
TheBull / Posted yesterday
is the importance of the economic data? The ANZ/Roy Morgan weekly survey of consumer confidence closely tracks the monthly Westpac/Melbourne Institute consumer sentiment index but the former measure is a timelier assessment of consumer attitudes... Read more
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TheBull
Consumers still keen to spendThe Westpac/Melbourne Institute survey of consumer sentiment fell from 4-year h
TheBull / Posted 7 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
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TheBull
CommSec Daily Report Wednesday Losses are accelerating into lunch after the Aussie market opened a touch hig
TheBull / Posted 7 days ago
Losses are accelerating into lunch after the Aussie market opened a touch higher this morning. 14.02.2018 01:22 PM Losses are accelerating into lunch after the Aussie market opened a touch higher this morning. It was... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Australian consumer sentiment just slipped from a four-year high after last week's stock selloffJeff Gross/Getty Images Australian consumer confidence fell this month as vola
Business Insider Australia / Posted 8 days ago
Jeff Gross/Getty Images Australian consumer confidence fell this month as volatility on global stock markets rattled Aussie households. The Westpac-Melbourne Institute monthly survey of consumer sentiment showed a 2.3% to decline to 102.7 — down... Read more
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TheBull
$A slips against weakening $USThe Australian dollar has slipped against a weakened US counterpart, but still
TheBull / Posted 8 days ago
The Australian dollar has slipped against a weakened US counterpart, but still remains above 78 US cents. At 0635 AEDT on Wednesday, the Australian dollar was worth 78.53 US cents, down from 78.64 US cents on Tuesday. Westpac's Imre Speizer says... Read more
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TheBull
Upbeat business points to more jobs gainsThe fallout in global shares last week has taken the wind out of the confidence
TheBull / Posted 8 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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TheBull
Aust shares look set to open higherThe Australian share market looks set to open higher for a second consecutive d
TheBull / Posted 8 days ago
The Australian share market looks set to open higher for a second consecutive day after a third straight positive session on Wall Street, while the Aussie dollar has slipped. At 0700 AEDT on Wednesday, the share price futures index was up 17 points,... Read more
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TheBull
Leases rise to 16½ year highsis the importance of the economic data? The ANZ/Roy Morgan weekly survey of co
TheBull / Posted 8 days ago
is the importance of the economic data? The ANZ/Roy Morgan weekly survey of consumer confidence closely tracks the monthly Westpac/Melbourne Institute consumer sentiment index but the former measure is a timelier assessment of consumer attitudes... Read more
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TheBull
Markets may slow confidence in economyAustralians started 2018 in a positive mood, hitting confidence levels not seen
TheBull / Posted 10 days ago
Australians started 2018 in a positive mood, hitting confidence levels not seen in five years and pointing to a potential win for retailers. However, the extreme volatility seen in global financial markets in the past week, which has wiped tens of... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Markets may slow confidence in economyAustralians started 2018 in a positive mood, hitting confidence levels not seen
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 10 days ago
Australians started 2018 in a positive mood, hitting confidence levels not seen in five years and pointing to a potential win for retailers. However, the extreme volatility seen in global financial markets in the past week, which has wiped tens of... Read more
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News.com.au
Markets may slow confidence in economyAustralians started 2018 in a positive mood, hitting confidence levels not seen
News.com.au / Posted 10 days ago
Australians started 2018 in a positive mood, hitting confidence levels not seen in five years and pointing to a potential win for retailers. However, the extreme volatility seen in global financial markets in the past week, which has wiped tens of... Read more
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TheBull
Finance Week for February 11 - 17DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, February 11 to Saturday, 17. (*Some items
TheBull / Posted 11 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
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Canberra Times
ASX gains solidly for a second straight dayInvestors in Australian shares pushed the market back to levels last seen at th
Canberra Times / Posted 28 days ago
Investors in Australian shares pushed the market back to levels last seen at the middle of January on Wednesday, amid ongoing optimism for economic growth at home and overseas. "We're still in the sweet spot for investors – a further rise in global... Read more
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WA Today
ASX gains solidly for a second straight dayInvestors in Australian shares pushed the market back to levels last seen at th
WA Today / Posted 28 days ago
Investors in Australian shares pushed the market back to levels last seen at the middle of January on Wednesday, amid ongoing optimism for economic growth at home and overseas. "We're still in the sweet spot for investors – a further rise in global... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX gains solidly for a second straight dayInvestors in Australian shares pushed the market back to levels last seen at th
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 28 days ago
Investors in Australian shares pushed the market back to levels last seen at the middle of January on Wednesday, amid ongoing optimism for economic growth at home and overseas. "We're still in the sweet spot for investors – a further rise in global... Read more
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The Age
ASX gains solidly for a second straight dayInvestors in Australian shares pushed the market back to levels last seen at th
The Age / Posted 28 days ago
Investors in Australian shares pushed the market back to levels last seen at the middle of January on Wednesday, amid ongoing optimism for economic growth at home and overseas. "We're still in the sweet spot for investors – a further rise in global... Read more
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TheBull
Fastest global growth in 7 yearsis the importance of the economic data? The ANZ/Roy Morgan weekly survey of co
TheBull / Posted 29 days ago
is the importance of the economic data? The ANZ/Roy Morgan weekly survey of consumer confidence closely tracks the monthly Westpac/Melbourne Institute consumer sentiment index but the former measure is a timelier assessment of consumer attitudes... Read more
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