Live Inflation News with Latest Updates

Live inflation news and developments with the latest updates. Check out current inflation news stories and find out what happened, what is going on with inflation. Recent news updates about inflation
Does RBA really need to cut rates further?
IPART releases final decisions on Central Coast water prices
UniSuper picks up three Chant West Awards
University sector rises to challenge from Education Secretary
Official Cash Rate unchanged at 1.75 percent
Growing medical workforce increases competition, study finds
April gains propel funds closer to another positive financial year
Ai Group argues for 2% wage increase at today’s Annual Wage Review final consultations
Confidence drops on RBA and trade
Shorten’s tax policy to shrink economy
Responsible financial management results in lowest increase in household bills in 13 years
McGowan Government delivers WA an official budget surplus
Statement from President Trump Regarding Imposing Sanctions with Respect to Iron, Steel, Aluminum, and Copper Sectors of Iran
New figures reveal large funding and resource gaps between public and private schools in Bass
Official Cash Rate reduced to 1.5 percent
NT public school students suffer under Morrison Govt’s public school funding cuts
Morrison’s failed policies stall economy
Why banks won’t pass on next rate cut
Reserve Bank of Australia announces interest rate decision
Consumer confidence consolidates
ANZ Job Ads: Possible stabilisation in Job Ads
Interest rates should remain steady, says RBA Shadow Board
Why RBA needs to cut rates tomorrow
Trump Economy Soars to New Heights
Unemployment Rate Falls to Lowest Level in Nearly 50 Years; U.S. Economy Adds 263,000 New Jobs in April
Health Costs Outpace Inflation
Margaret Thatcher’s First UK Election Win
Qlders earn another $50 dividend from their electricity assets
Patients sleep easy thanks to new ‘smart bed’
Morrison Government no plan on insecure work, pay
ANZ half Year 2019 result
As inflation drops, confidence falls
Power bill savings on table for SEQ
Looking after children is ‘communist’ claims Tehan
ALP to lift pay of early childhood educators and slash cost of childcare for low- and middle-income households
U.S. President Trump’s Remarks Before Air Force One Departure
CPI supports Government’s wage offer
Confidence jumps to its highest for 2019
Capital Gains Tax back down a win for Kiwis – but more taxes coming
UK economy delivering record employment
Confidence shakes off post-Budget blues
Sterlite Power Signs Concession Agreement for Pampa Project in Rio Grande do Sul
Market update – March 2019
Teachers’ Pension Scheme protected to ensure it remains among most lucrative
Confidence falls following Budget
Motoring clubs launch national “My Money. My Transport” election campaign
Millions to benefit from pay rise and tax cuts
Universities urged to review ‘unacceptable’ admissions practices