Well, after much speculation and talk, it's finally happened, the US have raised interest rates. Here's a few fast facts for you: The US Federal Reserve (Fed) lifted the funds rate at its December meeting by 25 basis points to a target range of 0.25-0.50 per cent. ...
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2015 Has started on an interesting financial footing, the dollar is weaker trading at just under 80 cents to the US dollar, oil and subsequently fuel prices are down. I haven’t seen fuel at this level for a couple of years. Asian giant, China has had the lowest...
Superannuation will play an increasingly important role in all our futures. What we do today is going to affect our retirement savings tomorrow.
Well, we know that when times get tough, it makes get sense to stick to a budget, and 'tighten one's belt' and that's what the latest Australian Budget is all about. So what are some of the main changes and how will they affect you? Pensions: Looks like we'll...
So the RBA have dropped the official cash rate down to 3.25% at the October Board meeting. Xmas in October then? Or once again, too little - too late? How does our Resource Story and China fit in with all this? Read the Macquarie Investment Management take on the...
Brian Redican is an Economist within Macquarie Research. In this paper, Brian examines the Reserve Bank of Australia's decision to cut interest rates again following its December Board meeting and the impact this is likely to have on the economy in 2012. Read here for...
It looks like a bit more ‘calm’ returned to the Australian market this week, with local factors returning to centre stage again. Can you take us through the key drivers over the past week? After the huge moves of the first half of August, the S&P/ASX 200...
Chris Caton shares his reaction to the current market situation
Like you we are watching nervousness and uncertainty play out on world markets, reminding us all that Australia is part of the global economy. We have spoken to Russell Investments, who continue to monitor the situation and they have provided us with the following...
You may be forgiven for wondering just what’s going on globally in economic markets – have a quick read here to see what’s transpired in the 2011 financial year.
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