Articles By Christine Gaylican
From Politics & Policy Jan 09
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Aussie Dollar hits a lower note after the US Federal Reserve December Policy meeting minutes and the release of some good US employment data.
From Companies Dec 31
Gift cards are a popular present but they are also a rising cause of complaints, with Consumer Affairs Victoria receiving more than 60 complaints about gift cards between 1 January and 30 June 2013, doubling the 30 complaints received for the whole of 2012.
From Politics & Policy Dec 11
Bell FX Currency Outlook: There are market expectations that the Fed may taper its bond purchases in December after the strong US payrolls report last Friday.
From Politics & Policy Dec 10
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar has opened back
above USD0.9100 amid recent stronger data out of the US and China.
From Politics & Policy Dec 06
Bell FX Currency Outlook: Tonight's US non-farm payrolls report will be scrutinised by financial markets for its implications for the US Federal Reserve's asset purchasing
From Politics & Policy Dec 05
Bell FX Currency Outlook: Yesterday in Australia, GDP grew by only 0.6% q/q in Q3, weaker than market expectations seeing the Aussie Dollar weaker.
From Politics & Policy Dec 04
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian dollar has moved above US 0.9100 in preparation for key American economic data
From Economy Dec 03
Retail banks' priorities are set to switch in the next year, with revenue growth taking precedence over cost-control and compliance management. New research* from Ovum, a leading global analyst firm, reveals that although cutting expenditure and complying with regulations will continue to be vital, retail banks must focus on revenue enhancement to provide a sustainable return for stockholders.
From Politics & Policy Dec 03
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar lost ground overnight on the back of a much stronger ISM result out of the US.
From Politics & Policy Nov 29
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar is trading below USD 0.9100 this morning as it maintains its base around its fresh three-month low amidst declining commodity prices and a rallying US Dollar.