Articles By Christine Gaylican
From Politics & Policy Feb 10
The Australian Industry Group has urged the federal government to put on enough spending so as not to derail the economy now reeling from weak revenues from the mining sector.
From Politics & Policy Feb 06
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar has opened firmer this morning having consolidated above the 0.8900 level.
From Politics & Policy Feb 05
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar rises above 0.8900 on Reserve Bank comments.
From Companies Feb 04
Canada's Quebec have enough heavy rare earths minerals to spur the demand for electric cars in the future, a study made by the KPMG-SECOR commissioned by Matamec Explorations Inc. and Toyotsu Rare Earth Canada (TRECan) had revealed recently.
From Politics & Policy Feb 04
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar continued to range trade overnight ahead of the Reserve Bank of Australia's February cash rate decision today.
From Politics & Policy Feb 03
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar fell to 0.8700 on Friday night amid weaker equity markets and a generally negative tone in the financial markets due to some recent disappointing earnings results but has recovered and starts this week at a higher level.
From Politics & Policy Jan 31
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar bounced overnight despite a strengthening US Dollar following strong US Q4 GDP data.
From Politics & Policy Jan 28
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar has recovered slightly, after hitting a low of USD0.8660 over the long weekend.
From Politics & Policy Jan 23
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar remains above USD 0.8800 after inflation figures came in stronger than expected, making another cash rate cut highly unlikely.
From Politics & Policy Jan 22
In response to East Timor’s urging on the International Court of Justice to force Australia to return seized documents regarding the two countries’ controversial oil treaty, Australian authorities defends their position and rejects to give in to the demands.