The expected spending bonanza in the April 2 federal budget will win favour in an unlikely quarter: the usually buttoned-down, inflation-fighting Reserve Bank.
- by Michael Heath
The Reserve Bank of Australia is part of the problem - central banks obsessed with the inflation bogeyman or pulling their liquidity levers, all to no avail.
- by John Hewson
Investor and business groups have welcomed the first major speech on climate change by the Reserve Bank of Australia, a move seen as "completing the trifecta" of major financial regulators to highlight the potential risks.
- by Nick Bonyhady and Peter Hannam
The ASX's target of 30 per cent women on boards is not good enough, according to Reserve Bank board member Carol Schwartz.
- by Cara Waters and Anna Patty
The RBA governor said a surge in population and a lack of new dwellings were the main factors behind the sharp run-up in house prices in Sydney and Melbourne.
- by Shane Wright and Clancy Yeates
Those looking for Australia's official gold stocks need to head to London
- by Shane Wright
The note will still bear the images of Mary Reibey and John Flynn, but has been modernised to follow the style of the recently upgraded $5, $10 and $50 notes.
- by Matt Bungard