Australia’s morning data dump in pictures

It's been a busy morning for Australian data with the release of the AIG manufacturing PMI gauge, RP Data-Rismark house price index, TD-MI inflation gauge, ANZ job ads along with building approvals for September.   On the manufacturing front the PMI rose 2.9pts...

read more

Ka-ching: BoJ easing ignites risk appetite

Market Update November 3 Chinese manufacturing activity cooled in October with the NBS’ PMI gauge falling to 50.8. The reading, the lowest level seen since May, was below the 51.1 level of September and expectations for an increase to 51.2. In a sign that activity may...

read more

RBA: Still musing over macroprudential?

A couple of interesting charts that I'm sure the RBA are perusing carefully. Housing investor credit grew to a record $475.1b in September, some 9.5% higher than a year ago. This annualised expansion is the largest seen since April 2008. Elsewhere the proportion...

read more

Optimism returns: FOMO replaces POMO

Market Update October 31 US economic growth exceeded expectations in the September quarter with an annualised increase of 3.5% reported. While down on the 4.6% pace of Q2, the reading was well ahead of expectations for growth of 3%. Positive contributions came from...

read more

What’s on the economic horizon? Key events next week

Economic Horizon - Nov 3 US GDP tonight. Eurozone inflation and unemployment tomorrow. Surely next week will be quiet, right? Wrong! Have a look at the calendar. These are only the major releases in my opinion - it's going to be an interesting week.  

read more

Twitter Feed

Important Disclaimer Notice

The views presented by Scutt Partners are general in nature. The information provided should NOT be used by investors as financial advice. Each investor has a specific set of circumstances to be considered and any investment should only be carried out after consulting your own financial advisors.

Share This