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Jens Meyer Not many economists got Tuesday's rate cut right. But one sage was on the money.
Lisa Visentin and Lucy Battersby Mortgage holders have been delivered some respite from the stranglehold of cost of living pressure, with the Reserve Bank dropping the interest rate to a record low of 2.25 per cent on Tuesday.
Lucy Battersby Hip pockets will be well cushioned in coming months after the Reserve Bank cut the cash rate to the lowest level in 25 years.
Malcolm Maiden The bank is cutting despite assuring the markets last year that it would signal a change more gradually, and will not have done so lightly.
Stephen Cauchi The rate of building approvals have shown a slight decrease from November to December, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Mark Mulligan The RBA has cut interest rates for the first time since August 2013 to a new record low of 2.25 per cent.
Jens Meyer Consumer confidence has slipped slightly despite cheaper petrol prices and the prospect of another rate cut, which ANZ says is due to rate cuts not providing the same boost to sentiment as in past...
Misa Han After 18 months of staying on hold, the Reserve Bank could cut the cash rate at 2.30pm today. How does an official rate cut trickle down to a consumer's hip pocket?
Peter Martin The Reserve Bank is set to cut interest rates on Tuesday because it's the only thing it can do.
Vesna Poljak Roubini Global Economics has thrown its weight behind an on-hold outcome for the Reserve Bank of Australia’s blockbuster February policy meeting.
Michael Pascoe There is a case for waiting at least another month and perhaps longer before considering cutting rates.
Peter Martin Fresh from its success in forecasting correctly that the Reserve Bank would go a year without a moving its cash rate, the BusinessDay forecasting panel is predicting a second year of the same.
Clancy Yeates Bank warnings that tougher capital rules threaten to damage the economy have failed to convince several leading economists, who say the impact will be minor at best.
Peter Martin What our panel got right about 2014 it got spectacularly right. What it got wrong was awfully wrong.
Ross Gittins So, the Bureau of Statistics has spoken. But how does the bureau come up with its figures? And who believes them?
Gareth Hutchens The Australian dollar has plunged to its lowest level since mid-2009, with speculation mounting that interest rates could be cut to historic lows next week.
Jens Meyer Lower petrol prices are putting the equivalent of two rate cuts worth of savings into the pockets of households, economists say.
Stephen Cauchi The Australian sharemarket could go as much as 10 per cent up or down over the coming year, Fairfax Media's survey of 16 economists shows.
Brian Robins To head off the impact of the "inevitable price shock" from surging domestic gas prices, the NSW government should help households and businesses to switch to electricity, away from using gas, the...
Jamie Freed Qantas says the government’s strategy of allowing air capacity to grow ahead of demand had come at a cost to the national economy.