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The week that was in property
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The week that was in property

The Reserve Bank (RBA) released the minutes of their June 2016 board meeting earlier this week. At the meeting the RBA chose to maintain official interest rates at their current setting of 1.75%. In revealing their decision to keep official interest rates on hold the Board noted that: ‘Following the reduction in the cash rate…

15th quarterly gain for "Mr. Consistent" Brisbane
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15th quarterly gain for “Mr. Consistent” Brisbane

Resi prices steady in Q1 The ABS Residential Property Price Indexes figures for the March 2016 quarter showed the total value of dwelling stock inching up to a grand total of $5,993,992,000 or $5.99 trillion, which is 3.6 times the size of Australia’s GDP (*golf claps*). Since Q3 2011, defying alarmist predictions of a 40…

Business, get creative: a labour shortage looms by 2030
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Business, get creative: a labour shortage looms by 2030

We know Australia’s population is ageing. We also know Australia’s economy is increasingly reliant upon the service sector. But few of us are thinking about the way these things collide according to Richard Yetsenga, Acting Chief Economist at ANZ. In a recent edition of BlueNotes he said: Service industries rely more heavily on workers (particularly educated…

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