admin-ajax.php
The week that was in property
0

The week that was in property

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released the June 2016 quarter Consumer Price Index (CPI) results earlier this week.   According to the data, headline inflation rose by 0.4% over the June 2016 quarter up from a -0.2% decline over the previous quarter. Even though there was a rise in quarterly headline inflation, on an annual…

Tying the financial knot – 4 do’s and don’ts of borrowing as a couple
0

Tying the financial knot – 4 do’s and don’ts of borrowing as a couple

Many homebuyers are, not surprisingly, happy couples looking to fly the old family nest and establish their own, new residence. Without second thought, they go through the motions of acquiring said house in their blissful state of togetherness; often putting both names to the mortgage contract. But there are some important considerations when it comes…

Softest inflation result in 17 years
0

Softest inflation result in 17 years

Talk is cheap Inflation was weak again in the June quarter according to the ABS Consumer Price Index, with communication and transport prices particularly soft over the year to June. Non-tradables inflation, generally reflective of domestic price pressures, declined to just 1.6 per cent over the year to June, while tradables inflation fell back to…

Michael's Daily Insights

Join Michael Yardney's inner circle of daily subscribers.

NOTE: this daily service is a different subscription to our weekly newsletter so...

REGISTER NOW

Subscribe!