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  • Daily Wrap Up 21 June 2022

    21 Jun 2022 04:43 PM |

    Once again, the mood on Wall Street is setting the tone for Europe as the impressive rebound in US stocks are helping equities on this side of the Atlantic.

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  • Daily Wrap Up 07 June 2022

    7 Jun 2022 04:25 PM |

    Fears about highs levels of inflation and the prospect of further interest rate hikes are doing the rounds.

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  • Daily Wrap Up 05 April 2022

    5 Apr 2022 04:31 PM |

    Stock markets in continental Europe are under pressure as the EU announced plans to reduce its dependency on coal from Russia.

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  • The week ahead (2-6 October)

    2 Oct 2017 11:18 AM |

    The US dollar succeeded in stabilizing higher than an important support at the end of the third quarter of 2017, as the dollar index rose from 92.40 after it continued its decline since the end of the first quarter of the year, reaching the lowest level since January 2015 at 90.97.

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  • Lowe: Expansion policy is coming to an end around the world

    21 Sep 2017 10:32 AM |

    Philip Lowe, Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, made the following statement:

    • High interest rates abroad have no automatic effects on Australia.
    • The Aussie's Flexibility gives the Australian Reserve Bank considerable independence on the timing of domestic policy.

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  • ANZ raises its forecast for the Australian dollar

    20 Sep 2017 01:26 PM |

    ANZ expects that Reserve Bank of Australia to join the global monetary tightening cycle by raising interest rates twice in 2018 by 25 basis points in May and the same in the second half of 2018, as the global economy grows stronger and more widely.

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  • Highlights of the RBA's monetary policy meeting minutes

    19 Sep 2017 11:15 AM |

    The following are the highlights of the Reserve Bank of Australia's monetary policy meeting minutes in September:

    • There is a need to balance the risk of rising household debt and lower inflation.
    • The rise in the Australian dollar was driven by a decline in the US dollar, which could weigh on domestic growth and inflation.

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  • The week ahead (18-22 September)

    18 Sep 2017 01:36 PM |

    The new week will see many important economic data and events that will have an impact on market movements in the coming period, most notably the FOMC meeting, the Bank of Japan meeting, and some central bankers' speech.

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  • Australian inflation expectations weaken in September for the second month

    14 Sep 2017 11:27 AM |

    Inflation expectations among consumers in Australia fell for the second month in a row in September, with the Melbourne Institute index falling to 3.8%, after recording 4.2% last month. This monthly indicator is monitored closely because inflation expectations tend to influence actual price growth.

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