From Politics & Policy 12:55 am
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The RBA minutes released yesterday leaves the door open to further cuts in interest rates.
From Economy 12:20 am
Yesterday we discussed how financial conditions were becoming tighter across the globe as markets responded to US Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke's attempts to pull back on the scale of quantitative easing. Right now, the Federal Reserve is monetising around $85 billion per month in Treasuries and mortgage backed securities.
From Economy 12:18 am
Those who think the world is warming up should visit Edinburgh. It is a city made of stone. Yellow stone. Brown stone. Almost black stone. Almost every building is built of stone. And the entire city sits on a rock.
From Economy 11:09 pm
Even if the country's unemployment rate went down to 5.5 per cent for May, some Australian workers may not feel secured in their jobs as companies continue to close or put in place cost-cutting measures that may result in some workers losing their means of livelihood.
From Economy 6:30 pm
The Egyptian currency has lost 8 percent against the dollar in 2013, and the embattled government is out of ideas on what to do.
From Economy 3:30 pm
Declaration includes call for tax authorities to share information and stop company profits being shifted around to avoid taxation.
From Economy 1:47 pm
The change in the price of goods and services purchased by consumers rose in May by 0.1 percent.
From Economy 1:41 pm
U.S. housing starts rose to 950,000 in May, but not at April's level.
From Economy 1:35 pm
President Obama hinted in a Monday interview that he may not reappoint Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke to a third term.
From Economy 1:09 pm
Car sales up 11% in the UK, while Spain, Italy, Germany and France saw declines.