Westpac Foreign Exchange News: Sean Callow (16 April 2014)

Sean discusses the three key factors that drive the movements of the AUD – the budget, commodity prices and global factors. Listen in for details!

Sean speaks about the loss in momentum of the AUD since last week due to weaker in commodity prices, esp gold price which it follows closely. The growth in c.

Sean speaks about the tumble in the AUD due to the latest inflation figures and the implication of that on the Reserve Bank’d decision on interest rates. The.

In light of the unexpectedly good employment figures and rising commodity prices such as iron ore, the AUD has traded above 94c against USD for the first tim.

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on this week’s key event, the Australian Federal Budget as well as housing finance and pricing data. Next week we ha.

Short but sweet update, James gives a quick view of the budget with a reference to the deficit and house price forecasts. He the moves to the European first .

James talks about the RBA Board meeting next week and the key economic numbers which it will cover. The US economic numbers have shown weakness. While the US.

Westpac Chief Economist Bill Evans comments on this week’s Reserve Bank rates announcement, employment figures and forecasts on next week’s Federal Budget re.

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on the Westpac Melbourne Institute Consumer Sentiment Survey’s data on family finances, unemployment expectations, a.

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on this week’s findings on the Commissioner audit, budget speculation and RP data on house prices. Plus, looking for.

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on the Federal Budget 2014/15 with a look at fiscal policy, taxation, savings, health, education and infrastructure.

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on this week’s RBA minutes, Chinese GDP and Janet Yellen’s outlook on the US economy. Next week we focus on the Aust.

James sends in a special update from Melbourne while on his travels around the globe, covering off what he sees on consumer sentiment in Australia, Europe an.

Watch as some inspirational women make a public pledge on what they’ll be doing to help ‘inspire change’ towards gender equality. Martin Place Sydney, 3 Marc.

Westpac Chief Economist Bill Evans shares his insights on the Australian Federal Budget at a Westpac business event for clients. In this video summary Bill e.

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on this week’s Governor Stevens speech on the Financial Stability Review with focus on business and consumer confide.

James covers off what has been impacting the Australian Economy including results of the RBA meeting and possible impact of inflation figures expected next w.

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on this week’s consumer oriented partials, dwelling approvals, housing prices and an outlook on GDP. Overseas we hav.

Westpac Chief Economist Bill Evans comments on the March quarter inflation report, looking into the higher inflation number; expectations of the Australian d.

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on business confidence deterioration in March from insights in the NAB Business Survey; fairly flat result in April .

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Westpac Senior Economist Justin Smirk comments on this week’s US Federal Reserve’s chairperson Janet Yellen first press conference and Westpac economic view .

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on this week’s RBA rates hold decision, retail sales, December trade figures; as well as the US data releases of the.

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on what this week’s downturn in both the nab business survey and Melbourne Institute Consumer Sentiment Index means .

Westpac Foreign Exchange News: Sean Callow (16 April 2014)

Sean discusses the three key factors that drive the movements of the AUD – the budget, commodity prices and global factors. Listen in for details!

Sean speaks about the loss in momentum of the AUD since last week due to weaker in commodity prices, esp gold price which it follows closely. The growth in c.

Sean speaks about the tumble in the AUD due to the latest inflation figures and the implication of that on the Reserve Bank’d decision on interest rates. The.

In light of the unexpectedly good employment figures and rising commodity prices such as iron ore, the AUD has traded above 94c against USD for the first tim.

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on this week’s key event, the Australian Federal Budget as well as housing finance and pricing data. Next week we ha.

Short but sweet update, James gives a quick view of the budget with a reference to the deficit and house price forecasts. He the moves to the European first .

James talks about the RBA Board meeting next week and the key economic numbers which it will cover. The US economic numbers have shown weakness. While the US.

Westpac Chief Economist Bill Evans comments on this week’s Reserve Bank rates announcement, employment figures and forecasts on next week’s Federal Budget re.

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on the Westpac Melbourne Institute Consumer Sentiment Survey’s data on family finances, unemployment expectations, a.

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on this week’s findings on the Commissioner audit, budget speculation and RP data on house prices. Plus, looking for.

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on the Federal Budget 2014/15 with a look at fiscal policy, taxation, savings, health, education and infrastructure.

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on this week’s RBA minutes, Chinese GDP and Janet Yellen’s outlook on the US economy. Next week we focus on the Aust.

James sends in a special update from Melbourne while on his travels around the globe, covering off what he sees on consumer sentiment in Australia, Europe an.

Watch as some inspirational women make a public pledge on what they’ll be doing to help ‘inspire change’ towards gender equality. Martin Place Sydney, 3 Marc.

Westpac Chief Economist Bill Evans shares his insights on the Australian Federal Budget at a Westpac business event for clients. In this video summary Bill e.

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on this week’s Governor Stevens speech on the Financial Stability Review with focus on business and consumer confide.

James covers off what has been impacting the Australian Economy including results of the RBA meeting and possible impact of inflation figures expected next w.

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on this week’s consumer oriented partials, dwelling approvals, housing prices and an outlook on GDP. Overseas we hav.

Westpac Chief Economist Bill Evans comments on the March quarter inflation report, looking into the higher inflation number; expectations of the Australian d.

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on business confidence deterioration in March from insights in the NAB Business Survey; fairly flat result in April .

To learn more about Westpac’s other home loan tips, go to Hi, I’m Tim Lavis from Westpac and I’m a Home loan expert. Want t.

To learn more about Westpac’s other home loan tips, go to

Westpac Senior Economist Justin Smirk comments on this week’s US Federal Reserve’s chairperson Janet Yellen first press conference and Westpac economic view .

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on this week’s RBA rates hold decision, retail sales, December trade figures; as well as the US data releases of the.

Westpac Economist Elliot Clarke comments on what this week’s downturn in both the nab business survey and Melbourne Institute Consumer Sentiment Index means .