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2 Sept 2015 (TheAge) - RBA leaves cash rate on hold - at record low

(2 September 2015, The Age, BusinessDay, p36, Mark Mulligan, Markets and economy reporter, View more articles from Mark Mulligan)

‘The Reserve Bank of Australia on Tuesday left the cash rate at its record low 2 per cent for the fourth month in a row. 13 more words

1.Market Observations

Notes From Underground: Looking Back to December 24, 2014

There is now rampant talk about a revived FED QE4 program, most powerfully talked about by Bridgewater’s Ray Dalio and Larry Summers (from the genetically powered economics family of Samuelson and Arrow). 346 more words


Australian, Brazil, Canada the new ABC’s

We have the BRICS, now we have the ABC’s, Australia, Brazil and Canada.


Australia is being lumped together with Brazil and Canada, as they have very similar resource based economies. 464 more words

Economist Forecasts

Bank Sentral Australia Tahan Suku Bunga Di Level 2.0%

bobnews – Bank sentral Australia meninggalkan suku bunga acuan tidak berubah pada hari Selasa, hasil tersebut sesuai dengan perkiraan ekonom, mereka juga mengucapkan bahwa suku bunga yang berada di rekor terendahnya saat ini sudah tepat dalam mendukung biaya pinjaman dan mendorong tingkat belanja. 135 more words


Will market and currency turbulence sway the RBA? Highly unlikely

“The Australian capital expenditure (capex) data release last week was quite disappointing.” says IG’s Angus Nicholson.

“There is steady growing investment in non-mining sectors of the economy, but it is still far from being able to offset mining investment. 264 more words


AUDCHF: Testing Year lows

The central bank of Australia (RBA) has highlighted the beneficial impact of the weakening dollar on the domestic economic sectors. It said the currency’s slide is actually helping in the transition of Australian economy to move into a new phase from the mining boom, besides accelerating exports. 148 more words