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|... stabilised at levels that are above historical averages." Draghi remains uncertain on inflation though, noting that while headline CPI rose to 2% in June from 1.9% in the previous month, core inflation - that which exclude food and oil prices - remain ...|
|... leads to lower inflation as businesses offer discounts to maintain revenues, that leads to low wage growth (by virtue of CPI indexation) that leads to limited consumer spending that...means this current state of affairs in the domestic economy could ...|
|... turn, should buoy business investment. This is one of the reasons why it's not taking any chances on inflation - headline CPI accelerated to 2.5% in the year to June from 2.2% in the previous month and the bank expects it to "edge up further to about ...|
|... less inflation. Real wages fell by 0.2% in June - annual growth in average hourly earnings of 2.7% in June less headline CPI inflation of 2.9% (workers buy food and petrol), auguring a negative indication for consumer spending. On the flipside, while ...|
|... economy - should give the Fed some breathing space as it proceeds with normalising interest rates. Then again, maybe not. The CPI inflation report released overnight showed that upward pressure on consumer prices is gaining momentum. Headline inflation ...|
|... and foreign currency. Moody's rates it as Aaa (stable). TCorp's largest issuance is in benchmark bonds, followed by CPI linked debt instruments. The bonds are sold through banks and market intermediaries.|
|... in retailing. A gradual pick-up in inflation is, however, expected as the economy strengthens. The central forecast is for CPI inflation to be a bit above 2% in 2018." "Nationwide measures of housing prices are little changed over the past six months. ...|
|... and foreign currency. Moody's rates it as Aaa (stable). TCorp's largest issuance is in benchmark bonds, followed by CPI linked debt instruments. The bonds are sold through banks and market intermediaries. The Treasurer is yet to announce the ...|
|... first quarter subtracting 0.2 pps to growth. Not surprisingly, the growth slowdown has impacted inflation. Japans' headline CPI inflation slowed to 0.7 in the year to April from 1.1% in March and 1.5% in February. The annual core inflation rate eased ...|
|... lift in wages growth over time. "Inflation is low and is likely to remain so for some time...The central forecast is for CPI inflation to be a bit above 2% in 2018. "The housing markets in Sydney and Melbourne have slowed. Nationwide measures of housing ...|
HESTA's former executive of advice strategy has taken on a new role at another industry fund.
Senator Jane Hume has slammed the superannuation industry over the excuses used by super funds for not merging, saying there is simply no excuse when members' best interests are at play.
Two major insurance providers have cleaned up at the Association of Financial Advisers' Life Company of the Year and Consumer Choice Awards.
If financial markets were waiting for the Australian labour market report to raise the odds of another RBA rate reduction, they're too late. Now only one question remains.
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