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Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Glenn Stevens said he's content with the current monetary policy setting and stands ready to do more if needed.
Jessica Gardner James Packer has pledged an average of $20 million a year to Australian charities over the next 10 years through the establishment of a new philanthropic foundation.
Stephen Cauchi Australia now has a three-tier economy but even the best performing states may be in for tougher times.
It would seem the renewed strengths of NSW go beyond Super 15 rugby and the State of Origin.
The head of Australia's largest online employment website says more people will lose their jobs and will have fewer opportunities to find work as businesses increasingly replace labour with...
Luke Malpass Business confidence has fallen for the second consecutive quarter, but remains resilient overall as conditions improved, according to a survey from National Australia Bank.
Mark Mulligan GDP growth is likely to remain below trend for the rest of 2014, despite a strong first quarter this year, according to the latest Westpac-Melbourne Institute Leading Index of Activity.
Stephen Cauchi Reform of capital gains tax and negative gearing should be a priority in the forthcoming tax white paper, according to the Murray Financial System Inquiry.
Mark Mulligan The RBA has indicated it will leave interest rates unchanged for some time, although there are ongoing concerns about non-mining growth and the high Australian dollar.
Australia's central bank reiterated it expects a period of stable interest rates as the government cuts spending and the economy transitions from mining-investment led growth.
Michael Pascoe We’re using the credit cards we have more, but getting better at paying them off.
Jonathan Shapiro, Toby Johnstone, Stephen Nicholls The conventional wisdom that has underpinned the Australian dream of home-ownership could be flawed, according to a research paper published by the Reserve Bank.
Mark Mulligan Borrowing by consumers remained sluggish in May, while businesses and property developers were happier to take advantage of low interest rates.
Reserve Bank of Australia governor Glenn Stevens said he sees the "likelihood of some disruption in markets" when the US Federal Reserve raises interest rates.
Gareth Hutchens Leading economists have rejected the Abbott government's claims of a ''budget emergency'', saying the budget only faces a medium-term ''problem'' rather than a crisis, which should be dealt with...
Australia's housing boom is cooling off, but the market remains strong, as home loan approvals held steady in May.
Michael Pascoe The latest labour force statistics have something for everyone: pessimists will point to the rise in the headline seasonally adjusted unemployment rate to 6 per cent; optimists will concentrate on...
Stephen Cauchi Australia’s unemployment rate for June has held steady at 5.9 per cent, according to figures released on Thursday by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Mark Mulligan Consumer sentiment picked up slightly in July, although households are still reluctant to spend and remain uneasy about the economy.
A measure of Australian business conditions hit the highest in five months in June as a pick up in sales and profits helped firms stay confident in the wake of an unpopular federal budget.