The RBA was right to keep rates on hold at 1 percent today and leave any further cuts till later in the year.
Change. It’s critical to staying ahead. Especially for the procurement function, which is so steeped in old habits and long-standing processes that it is slowing valuable progress.
Developing a logistics mindset, can help businesses discover tremendous opportunities and sometimes those opportunities are the simplest of things.
We forecast domestic annual GDP growth will rise to 1.9 percent in the second half of 2019 after bottoming out at 1.4 percent growth for the year ended 30 June 201
Successful retailers are increasingly finding that consumers wish to interact with them anytime, anywhere.
How would you ensure a fair, strong and efficient financial system? If you’re ASIC, you could start with psychologists in the boardroom.
The key here is that Newstart recipients are amongst the poorest people in society – so they spend, rather than save, almost all they receive, putting money back into the economy.
By cutting rates, the RBA is sending a signal to the market, to politicians and to the community at large, that the Australian economy is not firing on all cylinders
Like Christmas for retailers, and the Super Bowl for brands, the federal election is a date set in time that provides an immovable deadline for marketers.
The sluggish GDP figures, particularly the weakness in household consumption, shows the RBA would have been justified in cutting cash rates faster.
Australian CEOs are defying the current economic outlook, and expressing confidence about local growth prospects between now and the end of 2022.
It seems inevitable the Reserve Bank of Australia will drop the cash rate in its meeting next week, and possibly again later in the year.
The question for many boards and CEOs is whether this heavy reliance on social media is the optimal use of their marketing budgets.
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