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Labor win: Here’s what Australian investors can expect?
Economy

Labor win: Here’s what Australian investors can expect?

  For the first time since 2013, Labor Party is all set to take the centerstage after Aussie voters ousted Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s conservative coalition government. Labor party leader Anthony Albanese will become the next pr...

Federal elections: Scott Morrison concedes defeat, to stand down as Liberal party leader
Economy

Federal elections: Scott Morrison concedes defeat, to stand down as Liberal party leader

Highlights Morrison has stated on Saturday evening that he has ‘accepted’ defeat in the federal elections. Morrison was fighting the elections against Labor party leader Anthony Albanese. Headed by Scott Morrsion, the Liberal-natio...

How is Australia planning to meet its emissions target?
Climate Change

How is Australia planning to meet its emissions target?

Highlights Nearly 90% of Australia's total energy consumption is catered by fossil fuels. Globally, Australia holds 13th position on an annual emitter per capita basis, ahead of the United States and Canada. Various industries in the region ar...

How will soaring energy prices affect mining industry?
Metal & Mining Stocks

How will soaring energy prices affect mining industry?

Highlights The Russian invasion of Ukraine coincided with the rally in prices of various metals, which were already rallying due to persisting supply disruptions. Russia also accounts for almost 10% of the world's total crude oil exports and is...

Why is China moving against the tide in terms of interest rate changes?
Economy

Why is China moving against the tide in terms of interest rate changes?

Highlights China’s government has initiated country-wide lockdowns as rising COVID cases spark concerns. Lockdowns across the country have landed major businesses in losses, resulting in shipment delays. The Chinese central bank has rece...

Interest rate hikes and recession: How are they related?
Economy

Interest rate hikes and recession: How are they related?

Highlights Central bankers use interest rates as a tool to boost or control inflation through monetary policy. Higher interest rates discourage borrowing and spending among consumers while removing extra stimulus from the economy. Rapid intere...

Will the RBA go for 40bps cash rate hike as wages growth lags?
Economy

Will the RBA go for 40bps cash rate hike as wages growth lags?

Highlights Tighter labour market conditions helped Australia achieve a wage growth rate of 0.7% in the March 2022 quarter. The latest wage growth data is central to understanding the pace of the Reserve Bank’s interest rate hikes. Expert...

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