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Aust homebuyers have ‘world best’ deal

By Staff Reporter While ASIC and the RBA both cautioned on the risks involved in artificially boosting competition, Mr Symond said the main reason for the Financial Services Inquiry to ignore a push to...

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Aust homebuyers have ‘world best’ deal

By Staff Reporter While ASIC and the RBA both cautioned on the risks involved in artificially boosting competition, Mr Symond said the main reason for the Financial Services Inquiry to ignore a push to...

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The iPhone 6 ripple effects reach far

I think they are missing some of the point.  Apple still holds a lot of marketing cache and its ecosystem of products protects it to some degree from others that bite at its heels...

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Australian bond futures fall sharply

By AAP The figures, along with comments from the RBA governor during a speech in Adelaide, weighed on bond prices, CMC Markets chief market strategist Michael McCarthy said. "While he certainly didn't indicate raising...

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RBA ramps up warning over housing boom

To restart Safari press and hold the Home button (for around five seconds) until the iPhone/iPad display goes blank and the home screen appears. Read more here: The Australian     

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RBA looking to businesses for growth

By AAP Mr Stevens acknowledged it wasn't business managers' jobs to drive growth "out of a public-spirited desire to help the economy", but at some point it would be in the interests of businesses...

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RBA monitoring Chinese property market

By Mitchell Neems In a speech to a Committee for the Economic Development of Australia function in Adelaide, Mr Stevens said the full ramifications of the continuing rise in the weight of China's economy...

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GDP beats expectations in Q2

By Mitchell Neems Australian Bureau of Statistics data showed gross domestic product (GDP) in the three months to the end of June grew a seasonally adjusted 0. 5 per cent, driven by capital spending...

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Emergency rules relaxed for foreign banks

But tweaking the liquidity rules to make it easier for foreign banks to comply, APRA and the RBA have reduced the need for foreign banks to subcribe to a CLF, effectively sparing taxpayers from...