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A slash and burn Budget is grabbing headlines ... but not the Aussie dollar - 05 May 2014

by Jo MastersThe explosive release of the Government’s Commission of Audit report last week has squarely put next weeks Federal Budget... read more >

The Australian Dollar: no need to panic - 04 May 2014

by Jo MastersEyes and minds have turned to the Australian dollar in recent weeks, sparked by some dramatic headlines about what 2015 may... read more >

Luxury travel reaches new heights - 04 May 2014

Welcome to the new world of luxury travel: a three-room ‘cabin in the sky’ called The Residence that has just been unveiled by... read more >

Revealed: the high cost of poor talent alignment in Australian businesses - 15 April 2014

Having the right people in the right job is a familiar mantra, but just what impact is poor talent alignment having on Australian businesses?... read more >

Economic data in review - 13 April 2014

by Peter SwitzerBad news for the pessimists who’ve written off the Aussie economy with a week of very good economic data confirming that... read more >

Petrol price hits 4-month low - 09 April 2014

by Craig JamesPetrol prices ease: According to the Australian Institute of Petroleum, the national average Australian price of petrol fell by... read more >

Avoid a horror budget! - 06 April 2014

by Peter SwitzerAfter 29 years of living and writing through the pre-Budget softening up process where leaks are fed to the media, I am really... read more >

Sheraton returns to Melbourne - 03 April 2014

by Rebecca ElliottThe iconic Sheraton hotel brand returned to Melbourne this week after a nine-year hiatus.The opening of the five-star... read more >

Businesses signal hiring plans in the coming quarter - 02 April 2014

Stable economic conditions and burgeoning confidence have contributed to a growth in business' hiring intentions in the months ahead, new... read more >

Blumenthal’s 'The Fat Duck' set for migration to Melbourne - 31 March 2014

by Rebecca ElliottMelbourne has scored a major culinary coup with the announcement that esteemed chef Heston Blumenthal will shut the doors to... read more >

Will we get this economy growing? - 30 March 2014

More good news for the Aussie economy but once again there has been insufficient reporting with free speech, race laws and an elegant end to... read more >

Motorists benefit from higher $A, lower crude price - 24 March 2014

by Savanth SebastianPetrol prices fall for second straight week: According to the Australian Institute of Petroleum, the national average... read more >

Petrol price slides - 18 March 2014

by Savanth SebastianPetrol prices fall from near-six-years highs: According to the Australian Institute of Petroleum, the national average... read more >

Cash rate unchanged at 2.5 per cent - 03 March 2014

by Glenn StevensAt its meeting today, the Board decided to leave the cash rate unchanged at 2.5 per cent. Growth in the global economy was a... read more >

Stable petrol price - 16 February 2014

by Savanth SebastianPetrol prices ease: According to the Australian Institute of Petroleum, the national average Australian price of unleaded... read more >

Building approvals lift to 19-year highs - 04 February 2014

Dwelling approvals consolidate: Dwelling approvals fell by 2.9 per cent in December. Approvals are up 21.8 per cent over the year.In trend... read more >

RBA cash rate on hold in February - 03 February 2014

At its meeting today, the Board decided to leave the cash rate unchanged at 2.5 per cent.Since the Board's previous meeting,... read more >

Home loans lift but first home buyers at record low - 14 January 2014

by Savanth SebastianHome loans lift: The number of new owner-occupier housing loans rose by 1.1 per cent in November, the tenth increase in... read more >

Business optimism on the rise in 2014 - 09 January 2014

Australian businesses are feeling increasingly positive about conditions and the prospect of growth in the year ahead according to Dun and... read more >

Petrol prices surge in the first week of 2014 - 06 January 2014

by Savanth SebastianPetrol prices lifts: According to the Australian Institute of Petroleum, the national average Australian price of unleaded... read more >

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