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The price we have to pay: Australian businesses reveal

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48% of businesses say they will not raise prices, primarily due to the desire to retain customers. One third of Aussie businesses are set to hike the price of goods and services over the next three months. Qantas and Uber have already moved to increase the price of services to accommodate record-high fuel prices. Aussie businesses focus on customer retention will be a priority over

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The price we have to pay: Australian businesses reveal

48% of businesses say they will not raise prices, primarily due to the desire to retain customers. One third of Aussie businesses are set to hike the price of goods and services over the next three months. Qantas and Uber have already moved to increase the price of services to accommodate record-high fuel prices. Aussie businesses focus on customer retention will be a priority over

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Are Australians going shoppping?

Australian retail sales volumes rose 0.9 per cent to another record level of $33.92bn in April 2022, according to figures released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). This

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How many Australians were employed this month?

The national unemployment rate remained steady at 3.9% for April. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the participation rate fell to 66.3%. At the state level, the lowest unemployment

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How confident are Australian businesses this month?

The National Australia Bank (NAB) Business Confidence Index for April released today shows Australian business confidence fell by 6 points over the month to 10 points in April. Business sentiment

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How are investors responding to the RBA interest rate hike?

The Reserve Bank of Australia has announced an interest rate hike of 25 basis points to a rate of 0.35% at the monthly meeting today in the first interest rate

...read more
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The RBA has just announced its rate decision…

The Reserve Bank of Australia has raised its cash rate target by 25 basis points to 0.35%. In Australia the cash rate, which has been at historic lows, is the

...read more
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KA-BOOM! Australian inflation goes through the roof

Australia’s CPI rose big time in the March Quarter, the highest rise since the introduction of the GST. New dwelling construction costs soared 6.7% above the March 2021 quarter amid

...read more
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How much are Aussies paying for stuff?

Annual CPI inflation increased to 5.1 per cent in the March quarter, due to higher dwelling construction costs and automotive fuel prices. Trimmed mean annual inflation, which excludes large price

...read more

Big budget bucks boosting stocks

Aged care providers rallied on record government spend on the sector. Ampol jumped 1.13% on the government’s halved excise fuel tax. archTIS rocketed 18% on the government’s $9.9bn cyber security

...read more

China COVID lockdowns shock markets

Brent Crude Oil dipped below US$100/barrel amid fears that China’s lockdown will decrease demand. Apple shares tumbled after one of the company’s biggest suppliers’, Foxconn, halted operations in Shenzhen. Toyota’s

...read more

Are Australians going shoppping?

Australian retail sales volumes rose 0.9 per cent to another record level of $33.92bn in April 2022, according to figures released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). This

...read more

How many Australians were employed this month?

The national unemployment rate remained steady at 3.9% for April. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the participation rate fell to 66.3%. At the state level, the lowest unemployment

...read more

How confident are Australian businesses this month?

The National Australia Bank (NAB) Business Confidence Index for April released today shows Australian business confidence fell by 6 points over the month to 10 points in April. Business sentiment

...read more

How are investors responding to the RBA interest rate hike?

The Reserve Bank of Australia has announced an interest rate hike of 25 basis points to a rate of 0.35% at the monthly meeting today in the first interest rate

...read more

The RBA has just announced its rate decision…

The Reserve Bank of Australia has raised its cash rate target by 25 basis points to 0.35%. In Australia the cash rate, which has been at historic lows, is the

...read more

KA-BOOM! Australian inflation goes through the roof

Australia’s CPI rose big time in the March Quarter, the highest rise since the introduction of the GST. New dwelling construction costs soared 6.7% above the March 2021 quarter amid

...read more

How much are Aussies paying for stuff?

Annual CPI inflation increased to 5.1 per cent in the March quarter, due to higher dwelling construction costs and automotive fuel prices. Trimmed mean annual inflation, which excludes large price

...read more

Big budget bucks boosting stocks

Aged care providers rallied on record government spend on the sector. Ampol jumped 1.13% on the government’s halved excise fuel tax. archTIS rocketed 18% on the government’s $9.9bn cyber security

...read more

China COVID lockdowns shock markets

Brent Crude Oil dipped below US$100/barrel amid fears that China’s lockdown will decrease demand. Apple shares tumbled after one of the company’s biggest suppliers’, Foxconn, halted operations in Shenzhen. Toyota’s

...read more

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