Month: June 2016

Impact of Elections on ASX

Are 2016 Fed elections going to impact ASX? Public Announcement regarding the confirmation of the upcoming Australian Federal elections on July 02, 2016, has once again put the Labour and the Coalition in the election race. Once again the time has come to speculate about […]

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Australia’s Credit Spending Scenario

  Recently, the Australian government was given two warnings, one from the international credit rating agency Moody’s and the other from Reserve Bank of Australia about their deteriorating state of the economy. Moody’s jeopardized Australia’s AAA credit ranking in case they do not take any […]

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Brexit on ASX with the day almost there!

Global markets have been in turmoil ahead of Brexit outcome. The assassination of British Member of Parliament, Jo Cox, a lawmaker for the opposition Labor Party and a vocal backer for Britain would continue with European Union led to even more restlessness among global investors. […]

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Latest on the Australian Consumer Confidence

Australian consumer confidence in May 2016 has recorded the highest increase in nearly 6 years, which is good news for the economic outlook, the government as well as the Reserve Bank of Australia. The Westpac- Melbourne Institute Consumer Sentiment Index (Westpac-Mi) jumped by 8.5% to […]

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