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|... Brisbane (1.9%), Adelaide (1.6%), Melbourne (1.5%), Darwin (0.8%) and Perth (0.2%). The AiG Performance of Manufacturing index rose to a new series high of 63.2 points in June for its ninth straight month of above-50 reading indicating expansion. All ...|
|... provide a snapshot of the country's manufacturing, services and construction sectors. The AiG performance of manufacturing index jumped to 56.3 in October - the first reading indicating expansion in three months - from 49.3 in September, driven by ...|
|... coming if AiG's latest survey on Australia's construction industry is any guide. The AiG Performance of Manufacturing Index fell by 2.9 points to a reading of 46.4 in October - the second consecutive month of contraction in this sector. More ...|
|... performance indices offer good tidings, i.e. further improvement in the labour market. The AiG performance of manufacturing index jumped to a reading of 57.3 in November from 51.1 in the previous month for its 14th straight month of expansion. The performance ...|
|... and business confidence remaining above its long-term average (+8 versus +6). The latest AiG performance of manufacturing index's sharp reversal to a reading of 57.3 in November from 51.1 in the previous month also fits with the optimism over the outlook ...|
|... Industry Group (AiG) in the same month. Instead, while it remained at expansion levels, the AiG performance of manufacturing index declined to 51.1 points in October - the lowest level this year - from 54.2 in the previous month as the "production sub-index ...|
|... surveys is any indication, it'll be more of the same, if not worse, in the coming months. The AiG performance of manufacturing index fell to 51.1 in October, still indicating expansion but decelerating from 54.2 in September and 59.8 in August. The narrative's ...|
|... appropriate over the coming months in order to return inflation sustainably to target." The AiG performance of manufacturing index showed activity in Australia's manufacturing sector eased to a reading of 54.2 in September from 59.8 in August. It might ...|
|... and prices that, if maintained, would tilt the RBA's bias from steady to tightening. The AiG performance of manufacturing index (PMI) increased to 59.2 in April from 57.5 in the previous month - marking the seventh consecutive month that the index had ...|
|... follows strong readings from AiG's surveys of manufacturing and services activity. The AiG performance of manufacturing index increased for the fourth straight month to a solid 54.4 reading in December with six of the seven sub-activity indices recording ...|
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T. Rowe Price launched a high-conviction global impact equity fund that is certified by the Responsible Investment Association of Australasia.
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GAM Investments has added to its distribution team with a new hire for its wholesale business in Australia.
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Wages growth remains subdued ahead of this week's quarterly Consumer Price Index release, despite a tight labour market.
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Demand for residential property is expected to cool down this year despite the number of auction figures recorded in the final quarter of 2021.
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