SBS FINANCE | Wall Street and Trump's first year

author Ricardo Goncalves   1 год. назад
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Where to for Australian property in 2019?

Property prices in much of Australia started to decline in 2018. So, given the federal election, and the start of a relaxation of some regulatory lending rules, where to now for property? SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Goncalves explains.

Where to for Australia's economy in 2019?

Australia's sharemarket, dollar and economy weakened in 2018, so what's in store for 2019? SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Goncalves explains.

Australia's new $50 note

Over the next few weeks, Australians should start to see the new $50 SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Goncalves takes a closer look.

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Retail sales fall as the RBA holds rates

The Reserve Bank of Australia left official interest rates on hold for a 30th consecutive month, but there are growing calls for a cut, amid softer economic data including retail sales.

Can Donald Trump take the credit for Wall Street's 30% rise in his first year of the Presidency?

SBS Finance Editor, Ricardo Goncalves explains.

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