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Australia’s Economic Outlook: Michael Marquette’s “View from the Bridge”

In this article of Luxury real estate agent Michael Marquette’s “View from the Bridge” he looks at the economic outlook for Australia. Looking at Australian Bureau of Statistics data, retail margins, sydney house prices, brisbane house prices, melbourne house prices, and more, as well as interest rates, housing bubbles, household debt, and inflation, the general nature of this article is of great importance.

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June 2009 Interest Rates in Australia – Michael Marquette

The Reserve Bank of Australia has decided to keep interest rates on hold at 3% during their June 2009 meeting. I have doubts, however, that the Government’s stimulus package and consumer spending increases is creating a false sense of security.

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The MASTERPLAN Part 4: Banking, Company Regulation and Limiting the Size of Corporations (with podcast)

Even if those loans which are currently recognized as “toxic” are isolated and bought by the US Government or other institutions or States, there are still so many variables which could cause chaos – the banking system has so much to still be exposed.

…Summary Thoughts With only 25% of the worlds finance coming from banks and the three largest US Banks close to insolvent, the world has to deal with some enormous issues and this will require a united regulatory framework for the future and a limiting of the size of corporations as an international security measure.

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Michael Marquette’s “View From The Bridge”: Australia’s Financial Stimulus

The Australian Federal Government has announced a $42 billion stimulus package just shortly before the Reserve Bank of Australia provided another welcomed boost to the economy by cutting official interest rates by 100 points (1 per cent) to 3.25 per cent.

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Michael Marquette’s “View from the Bridge”: Australian-Interest Rates And The Banks

The Reserve Bank of Australia has cut interest rates by a full 1% (100 basis points) to 3.25%. The question that needs to be asked is why this wasn’t done an entire month ago in January?

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On The Cards: Another Australian Interest Rate Cut

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) will meet on Tuesday 2 December and, the Marquette Turner team expect, they will make a fourth consecutive cut to the official interest rate. A survey of 18 economists by the Australian Associated Press revealed the following: All 18 economists believe the RBA will cut interest rates 11 economists […]

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Short Vs Long-Term Interests: The Challenge For Australia’s Banks

The Reserve Bank of Australia’s (RBA) decisions to decrease interest rates over the last few months were welcomed by borrowers and lenders alike, most recently with the 0.75% cut in October and the 1% cut in September. The reality is, however, that most of Australia’s lending institutions have chosen not to pass on the full […]

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Reserve Bank has blood on its hands – We must have further interest rate cuts – NOW!

Continued: Part 2 of a 2 Part Report The massive decrease in housing sales volumes has decimated State Government budgets as they lose hundreds of millions of dollars in would be stamp duty revenue. The flow on effect through to builders, other trades people, real estate agents and so many others throughout the economy is […]

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Reserve Bank has blood on its hands – We must have further interest rate cuts – NOW!

Part 1 of a 2 Part Report (read Part 1) Yesterday’s rate cut of 75 basis points 0.75%) was the right decision by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA). Fifty points (0.5%) definitely would not have been enough after the release of some of the worst economic data in many years. I had predicted in […]

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Australian Interest Rates Slashed by 0.75%

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has cut its key interest rate for the third month in a row as it attempts to prevent Australia’s economy stalling. The central bank trimmed three-quarters of a percentage point – or 75 basis points – off its key cash rate, reducing it to 5.25%, the lowest level since […]

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