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The door is ajar for further RBA easings

Like elsewhere in the world, inflationary pressures in Australia dropped the in three months to September. Core inflation rose by 0.5% on quarter, in line with expectations but still the equal-lowest level seen since Q1 2012, with the annual rate dropping back to...

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Australia Q3 CPI: Skip the headline, head to the core

Here's a quick chart of Australian core CPI, including forecasts for Q3 in green. Markets are looking for a quarterly rate of 0.5%, something which will be the lowest level since Q1 2013 if realised, with the annual rate expected to fall back to 2.65% from 2.8% in Q2....

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Earnings & rumours: Risk rips higher

Market Update October 22 Rumours of additional ECB monetary easing swept across financial markets overnight with Reuters reporting that the Bank may start purchasing corporate debt in secondary market, potentially by early 2015. Sources familiar with the situation...

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China data in pictures

They say a picture paints a thousand words, so here's 3000. Chinese Q3 GDP printed at 7.3% (all figures YY unless specified), above consensus for a decline to 7.2% but still the slowest annual growth rate seen since Q3 2009. The unofficial GDP figure, power output,...

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