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  • 21 Apr 2015
    Low oil prices: Saudi Arabia can afford to bide its time Oil-producing countries have seen the largest drop in their foreign exchange (FX) holdings over the last year. In our view, Saudi Arabia can afford to handle oil prices at their current level for some time but other oil-producers, which don’t have such deep FX reserves, are starting to seriously suffer.
  • 9 Apr 2015
    From the Fixed Income Desk Monthly Outlook Manufacturing saw a fourth month of contraction in March, house prices rose by 1.4% across the capital cities for the month and 3% for the March quarter, with Sydney registering an impressive 5.8% quarterly increase.
  • 9 Apr 2015
    From the Australian Equities Desk Monthly Outlook The Australian S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index fell 0.06% over the month. This represented a slight pull-back following a very strong return in February. Gains in the Banks and Healthcare sectors were offset by weakness in the Materials and Energy sectors.
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Latest news
  • 21 Apr 2015
    Low oil prices: Saudi Arabia can afford to bide its time Oil-producing countries have seen the largest drop in their foreign exchange (FX) holdings over the last year. In our view, Saudi Arabia can afford to handle oil prices at their current level for some time but other oil-producers, which don’t have such deep FX reserves, are starting to seriously suffer.
  • 9 Apr 2015
    From the Fixed Income Desk Monthly Outlook Manufacturing saw a fourth month of contraction in March, house prices rose by 1.4% across the capital cities for the month and 3% for the March quarter, with Sydney registering an impressive 5.8% quarterly increase.
  • 9 Apr 2015
    From the Australian Equities Desk Monthly Outlook The Australian S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index fell 0.06% over the month. This represented a slight pull-back following a very strong return in February. Gains in the Banks and Healthcare sectors were offset by weakness in the Materials and Energy sectors.
    • Read more news
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