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|... period. Another quarter of negative GDP growth would bring it back into a technical recession. The details of the National Accounts show that the economy would have contracted by more had it not been from the 0.1 percentage point contribution from net ...|
|... Australians all, let us rejoice! Our economy is in pole position. The Australian Bureau of Statistics' (ABS) National Accounts report showed the economy expanded by 3.1% in the year to the March quarter, accelerating from the 2.4% in the previous ...|
|... Brexit uncertainty continues as a drag on growth, it's not intensifying. However, the details of the UK National Accounts are worrying. Household spending growth slowing to a mere 0.2% in the three-months to March - the slowest in over three years ...|
|Toto, we're still in Kansas! The Australian Bureau of Statistics' (ABS) National Accounts report showed the economy grew by 2.4% in the year to the December quarter - a tad slower than the 2.5% annual growth rate recorded in the same quarter of last ...|
|Instead of reversing, the yen continued to climb after Japan's Cabinet Office released the country's National Accounts showing that economic growth slowed to an annualised rate of 0.5% in the December quarter from 2.2% in the previous three-month period. ...|
|... the December 2017 quarter and not looking forward to what lies ahead. The angel is in the details of the US National Accounts. Personal consumption expenditures - that which accounts for around 70% of the economy -- was strong, very strong. It contributed ...|
|... a quarterly rate of 0.6% in the three-month period ending September 2017 from 0.9% in the previous one. The National Accounts showed household consumption's contribution to third quarter GDP growth decreased to just 0.1 percentage points after adding ...|
|... Where the strength in the labour market doesn't fit is the continued weakness in consumer spending. The latest National Accounts figures showed that household consumption only contributed 0.1 percentage point to third quarter GDP growth, down from the ...|
|... for this is in line with market expectations. It's a big deal though when scouring through the details of the National Accounts. Certainly, incomes are rising with cash earnings up by 1% in the year to September (up from 0.7% in the previous month) but ...|
|... August but fixed asset investment slowed to 7.5% from 7.8% over the same period. These are captured by China's national accounts which showed that GDP growth slowed to an annual rate of 6.8% in the third quarter from 6.9% in the second and 6.9% in the ...|
The executive manager of operations at a $17 billion industry superannuation fund resigned recently, with a replacement yet to be appointed.
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A three-day trial has been scheduled for the landmark case brought against Rest by member Mark McVeigh.
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