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|... claim that, "the Australian economy appears to have reached a gentle turning point". The latest Australian National Accounts proved the truth in Lowe's statement. The domestic economy expanded by a better-than-expected 2.2% in the year to the December ...|
|... have reached a gentle turning point". Sadly, that's as good as it gets as the details of the Australian National Accounts provide sobering reading. At the margin, the country's GDP growth rate has slowed to 0.4% in the three months to September ...|
|... self-congratulatory remarks this time from Australia's Prime Minister and Treasurer for the Australian National Accounts show that it wasn't a "wonderful set of numbers". Instead, with economic growth slowing to 1.4% in the year to the June quarter ...|
|... Australia's (RBA) decision to cut interest rates to a record low of 1.25% just a day before the Australian National Accounts were released. While the RBA's rate reduction would certainly help, note that the RBA monetary policy transmission mechanism ...|
|... economy. This is because of the property market's large multiplier effect. The December quarter 2016 Australian National Accounts revealed that total dwelling investment accounted for only roughly 6% of GDP. Not much. But this underestimates the flow-on ...|
|... recession for as long as they remember. The All Ordinaries index dropped by 1.0% on the day the Australian National Accounts were released and another 0.8% the next for good measure. Never mind that the March quarter numbers take the domestic economy's ...|
|... good but ... This is the overriding verdict of the country's oft-quoted economists to the latest Australian national accounts report that showed our economy grew by a larger-than-expected 0.8% (expectations 0.7%) in the December quarter and 2.8% year-on-year. ...|
|... we'll find out whether the economy continued to grow below trend in the second quarter when the Australian National Accounts are released - experts guess GDP growth of 0.6% on the quarter and 2.5% year-on-year.A That's still below trend growth of 3.0%. ...|
|... long-term average in the current quarter". As they should. Because if one looks at the recently released Australian National Accounts, it's the government's "commitment" to a surplus - government consumption detracted 0.1 percentage point off third quarter ...|
|... to reports, Australians have become penny-pinchers. They're now saving instead of spending. The Australian National Accounts reveal the household savings ratio have risen to 10.1% of disposable income in the third quarter of last year - far above the ...|
Equity Trustees has handed over the management of Newgate Real Estate and Infrastructure Fund to a new manager, as Newgate Capital announces its intention to retire from the fund.
Zurich Australia and OnePath Life announced donations to 20 charities with COVID-19 response funding.
Liberal MP Tim Wilson has asked to recall ME Bank to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics after correspondence with ASIC for a hearing later this week.
Mercy Super has appointed a financial services veteran as an independent director, bringing with him more than 40 years' experience in funds management to the board.
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