It's an important week for EURAUD, with monetary policy meetings at the Reserve Bank of Australia and the European Central Bank and the release of important economic data
As markets commence the new year in a sense of panic on the back of an uncertain outlook for China?s economy, I am brought back to a bookshop discovery I made in 2001 and the pending doom and gloom which loomed as I completed Gordon G. Chang?s The Co
A recent headline ? Failed doubters trust leaves taxpayers six-figure loss ? marked the end of a four-year epic saga of secretly-funded climate denial, harassment of scientists and tying-up of valuable government resources in New Zealand.
Consumer Sentiment fell by 4.8% in December, but despite the drop other indicators still point toward a robust Christmas period for retailers.
General Motors Holden has confirmed speculation it will withdraw from car production in Australia by the end of 2017.
Expect to hear a lot about the Trans Pacific Partnership in the next few days. As it moves into final stages of negotiations, outrage over some of its more onerous provisions is ramping up around the world.
When Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey quashed the acquisition of GrainCorp by Archer Daniels Midland on national interest grounds, his stated reasons were based on competition.
Australian banks are much more heavily exposed to mortgage lending than banks in most parts of the world, which is why the latest publication of APRA data on home lending has set the hares running.
Reserve Bank Governor Glenn Stevens has again weighed in on the value of the Australian dollar, telling a group of economists the bank is open to the idea of intervening to bring its value down.
In the history of trade agreement negotiations, most have been undertaken in secret, justified on the grounds that the governments? negotiating positions would be weakened if they became public.
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