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|... official cash rate from 4.75% in 2011 to what was then the record low of 1.5% in August 2016." The recent NAB Business Survey indicates that RBA Governor Lowe still can't make the horse drink. The NAB survey is consistent with the bi-annual survey ...|
|... Markets are currently pricing another rate cut by February 2020 or as early as December this year. November 12: NAB Business Survey. November 13: Westpac-Melbourne Institute index of consumer sentiment (along with retail sales - released on November ...|
|... outcomes by raising the level of pessimism among Australian businesses and consumers as evidenced by the latest NAB Business survey and the Westpac-Melbourne Institute consumer sentiment index. And of course, there was also the better-than-expected employment ...|
|... by a total of 50 bps to 1.0% and before the October rate reduction to 0.75%. This is also in line with the NAB business survey that showed business confidence dropped after the RBA's rate cuts in June and July from +4 in July to +1 in August and ...|
|... 3.5% and housing credit growth continuing to slow to 3.1%. No wonder business confidence is also down. The NAB Business Survey shows that business confidence fell to a reading of zero (0) in September from 1 in the previous month - below the long-run ...|
|... 3.7% below 2018-19's full year actual capex of A$117,793 million. This is consistent with the latest NAB business survey that showed business conditions and confidence both rise in capex expectations could be linked to the recent NAB business survey ...|
|... market is up, and there are positive whispers over a US-China trade deal. But we're not! A day after the NAB Business Survey showed a sharp drop in business confidence in June, Westpac's Consumer Sentiment Survey - conducted in the week of July ...|
|... The annual growth in wages remained stuck at 2.3% over the past three quarters to March 2019. The latest NAB Business Survey - conducted from June 18 - 28 (two weeks after the RBA first took down rates from 1.5% to 1.25%) - provides no reason for optimism ...|
|... that showed unemployment expectations increased by a whopping 5.1% in June from the previous month and the NAB Business Survey that found that while"the employment index rose to its average level in the month [of May]," it "remains notably weaker than ...|
|... omen for business profitability - that, which drives stock market prices. This is captured by the latest NAB Business Survey that showed business conditions weakened in May due to big drops in trading conditions and profitability. While business confidence ...|
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