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  • Why RBA kept rates on hold

    Why RBA kept rates on hold

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Bill Evans, Chief Economist at Westpac, about the RBA’s outlook of the economy after they kept rates on hold for the 15th consecutive month. Why Rerserve Bank of Australia kept rates on hold Ross Greenwood:  Welcome back to money news. Right around the country as I told you earlier, on the Reserve […]Read More »
  • Do the employment numbers point to an improving economy?

    Do the employment numbers point to an improving economy?

    Nomura Australia economist and rate strategist, Andrew Ticehurst, talks about the unemployment numbers and whether it’s a sign that the Australian economy is improving Introduction- Employment numbers Ross Greenwood: Let’s start with our un employment numbers in Australia. The un-employment rate remains steady at 5.6%. The interesting thing about this is the back-to-back job gains […]Read More »
  • Why do the Greens want to break up the banks?

    Why do the Greens want to break up the banks?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Greens financial spokesperson Senator Peter Whish-Wilson after they announce a new policy which would see Financial institutions forced to split up their business and perform only one of four key functions under a radical policy Introduction: Why do the Greens want to break up the banks? Ross Greenwood: Yes, welcome back to Money News […]Read More »
  • Is Australia headed for a recession? ANZ Felicity Emmett

    Is Australia headed for a recession? ANZ Felicity Emmett

    ANZ Senior Economist, Felicity Emmett, talks about weak GDP growth as Australia is set to equal Holland’s record of 103 quarters without a recession Introduction – Recession Austalia Ross: I want to take you now to another issue that’s going to be big in the next little while. Australia, as you may be aware, is […]Read More »
  • Where will interest rates go next year?

    Where will interest rates go next year?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Westpac Chief Economist, Bill Evans, about the latest retail figures, and where interest rates are headed in 2018 Introduction: Where will interest rates go next year? Ross Greenwood:  The Reserve Bank left interest rates on hold at 1.50% in December, no surprise there whatsoever. Now, the surprise is what happens next because […]Read More »