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South Sudan Economic Analysis Shows Growth Promise Amid Fragility
Consumer Prices, OECD – Updated: 2 April 2020
Consumer confidence falls to record low
Government agrees measures with telecoms companies to support vulnerable consumers through COVID-19
Professor Silvana Tenreyro reappointed to Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee
“Mongolia Poverty Update” Report Published
Consumer confidence plunges
Reduced consumer spending will outlast coronavirus
RBNZ to implement $30bn Large Scale Asset Purchase Programme of NZ Govt Bonds
Ethiopia Sustains Reforms to Spur Growth and Boost Investment Climate and Finance Sector
Reserve Bank of Australia announces interest rate decision
Two years wage growth
Consumer confidence surprisingly stable
U.S. Federal Reserve announces interest rate decision
QLD power assets continue to pay dividends
Canada outlines measures to support economy and financial sector
MLC Wealth platforms deliver greater value for clients and members
Monetary Policy with very low interest rates
Consumer confidence slumps
Is life a game of chance?
Bank’s half-point rate drop ‘an aggressive move’
Consumer Prices, OECD – Updated: 4 March 2020
NHS prescription charges from 1 April 2020
RBA announces 25bp interest rate cut: Full Statement
Consumer confidence falls on virus concerns
Senate Economics Committee seeks to ban cash despite evidence
Private health insurance premiums rise despite growing exclusions
Keep cash rate steady amid coronavirus concerns
Maximum Sustainable Employment
Rising household transport costs outstrip inflation
Northern Territory catches a break on rebates
Government confirms multi-billion pound spending increase for councils
Consumer confidence slips on financial concerns
Hy20 results – ceo speech
Workers go backwards under Peter Gutwein
Luxury car tax failed to save Holden
Britain’s jobs boom continues as wages rise
South American volcano showing early warning signs of ‘potential collapse’, research shows
Super funds hit ground running in 2020
Consumer confidence strengthens
Bridges: Over-hyped and under-delivered
Kaitikitanga: Te Ao Māori o Te Pūtea Matua – Guardianship: Māori World View of Reserve Bank
Minister Morneau meets with private sector economists
Official Cash Rate remains at 1.0 percent
Consumer confidence edges down
Poor return for extra Government spending
Low unemployment shows economy in good shape
Consumer Prices, OECD – Updated: 4 February 2020