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Glenn Stevens and Tony Abbott on collison course

18 Sep 2013

Australia today sees the swearing in of its 28th prime minister, with Tony Abbott pledging to rein in spending even as the growth outlook weakens -- stepping up challenges for Glenn Stevens, who begins his final term as central bank governor with the cash rate at a record low.

Publication: The Age

Good time for equities; clarity on tapering seen: Macquarie

18 Sep 2013

This is a strong time for equities, that are likely to be in the green post the Fed???s decision on tapering its bond buying programme (Quantitative Easing 3), says Richard Gibbs, global head, Macquarie Securities.

Publication: Money Control

Biden, Indyk to speak at J Street conference

17 Sep 2013

Vice President Joe Biden and special envoy to the Middle East peace process Martin Indyk will speak at the annual conference of J Street, a group that promotes the two-state solution based in Washington.

Publication: Jerusalem Post

Reserve Bank of Australia's Governor Stevens 7-year term ends today

16 Sep 2013

Glenn Stevens was appointed back in September 2006 for a 7-year term, which ends today. Its 'no change' at the top of the bank, though, Stevens' term was renewed for a further 3 years in April of this year; the new 3-year term starts tomorrow.

Publication: FX Street

Housing key to retail recovery: Deloitte Access Economics partner David Rumbens says

11 Sep 2013

THE performance of the Australian housing sector will play a key role in any recovery in consumer spending and retail sales growth, an independent economic forecaster says.

Publication: Herald Sun


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