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Economic growth picked up pace at the end of 2013, and it looks like it will get even stronger in 2014.
Today's announcement that the Reserve Bank of Australia has decided not to raise the Official Cash Rate is welcomed as the correct decision, says the Employers and Manufacturers Association Northern .
Markets and economists predict Glenn Stevens, governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, will leave rates unchanged at a record-low this year to avoid a growth gap as mining companies plan fewer projects amid slowing Chinese growth, weakening the job market.
Investing.com - The following is the full text statement released by the Reserve Bank of Australia following its latest interest rate review on Tuesday.
Official figures show the number of Spanish people registered as unemployed fell in the month of February for the first time since the global financial crisis started.
THE property market is tipped to remain buoyant throughout autumn after the Reserve Bank of Australia decided to keep rates on hold again EVER wished your house could change colour? This one can.
The New Zealand dollar pared losses against its trans-Tasman counterpart after the Reserve Bank of Australia affirmed its policy of keeping the cash rate unchanged while it waits to see whether the low interest rate environment will support the economic recovery.
The Reserve Bank of Australia has kept the cash rate at 2.5 per cent, amid signs that the local economy is starting to improve.
A new weekly newspaper launched in Australia on Saturday, bucking the trend of closures and the focus on digital with the editor saying demand remained for quality journalism.
BRUSSELS - ECB President Mario Draghi will give introductory remarks at the Quarterly Hearing before the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs of the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium - 1400 GMT.
The free market is a bitch. Yes I said it--no white washing, no fairytales. Just like real life, the free market is a harsh teacher.
Investing.com The total amount of new credit issued to consumers and businesses in Australia rose last month, official data showed on Friday.
Australian business investment unexpectedly sank by the most in over four years last quarter and spending plans for 2014/15 heralded a deeper slowdown ahead, a blow to the economic outlook that sent the local dollar sharply lower.