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Biggest US interest rate hike in 28 years

16 Jun 22. The US Federal Reserve – the world’s most powerful central bank – voted on Thursday to increase the federal funds rate by 75 basis points to a target range of 1.50-1.75 per cent. It was the biggest interest rate hike since 1994, in an attempt to dampen inflationary pressures. Our Senior Economist Ryan Felsman looks at the implications for Aussie investors.

Shock & awe: biggest interest rate hike in 22 years

7 Jun 22. The Reserve Bank (RBA) Board has lifted the target rate for the cash rate by 50 basis points (0.50 per cent) to 0.85 per cent, the biggest rate hike in 22 years and the first back-to-back rate hike since May 2010. The RBA increased the interest rate on Exchange Settlement balances from 25 basis points to 75 basis points.

Questions & answers. When will inflation peak?

6 Jun 22. Volatility continues on global sharemarkets, the $64 question being: when will inflation peak? Investors are watchful with investor inflation expectations easing in recent weeks. We take a look at key questions and answers on inflation.

Solid economic expansion continues

1 Jun 22. The Australian economy (as measured by gross domestic product or GDP) grew by 0.8 per cent in the March quarter to be up by 3.3 per cent on the year. ‘Normal’ growth of the Australian economy is around 2¼ per cent.

Annual wage growth only edges slightly higher

18 May 22. The main measure of wage growth, the Wage Price Index (WPI), grew by 0.7 per cent in the March quarter, equalling the December quarter increase. Annual wage growth lifted from 2.3 per cent to 2.4 per cent – equalling the fastest growth in three years (since the year to December quarter 2018).

Interest rates lift: What happens next?

5 May 22. The Reserve Bank (RBA) has lifted the cash rate for the first time in 11½ years. Our economists take a look at what happens next for interest rates, the broader economy, the sharemarket and the property market.

Underlying inflation at a 13-year high

27 Apr 22. The main measure of inflation in Australia – the Consumer Price Index (CPI) – rose by 2.1 per cent in the March quarter. The annual rate of the CPI rose from 3.5 per cent to a 21-year high of 5.1 per cent. It was the largest lift in headline CPI since the introduction of goods and services tax (GST). The most significant price rises in the March quarter were for New dwelling purchase by owner-occupiers and Automotive fuel.

Petrol prices ease. Federal budget focus on fuel excise

1 Apr 22. Oil prices surged to 14-year highs in early March, fuelled by sanctions on Russian oil, OPEC supply restraint and rising consumer demand. The rapid increase has sparked fears we could be headed for a 1970s-style oil crisis, when the price of crude quadrupled and contributed to a prolonged US recession. Is that a real possibility? We analyse the key differences between then and now, and provide an outlook for the oil market and its impact on inflation.

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