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RBA Glossary definition for SOEs

SOEs – state owned enterprises

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Why Does the Australian Dollar Move so Closely with the Terms of Trade?

1 May 1996 RDP 9601
David Gruen and Tro Kortian
Research Discussion Papers contain the results of economic research within the Reserve Bank
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Property Markets and Financial Stability: What We Know So Far

8 Sep 2015 Speech
Luci Ellis
Speech by Luci Ellis at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Real Estate Symposium 2015, Sydney

Why Has Retail Inflation Been So Low?

16 Jun 2016 Bulletin – June 2016
Alexander Ballantyne and Sean Langcake
Inflation in the price of retail goods has been surprisingly low for a number of years. The considerable depreciation of the Australian dollar over this period by itself would typically have led to higher retail inflation. This article considers

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9 Mar 2023
Speeches by senior staff of the Reserve Bank

Why Is Wage Growth So Low?

18 Jun 2015 Bulletin – June 2015
David Jacobs and Alexandra Rush
Wage growth has declined markedly in Australia over the past few years. At the same time, stronger growth in labour productivity has worked to contain growth in labour costs. These developments reflect several factors, including spare capacity in

The Results so far

1 Sep 1979 RDP 7903
P.D. Jonson and R.G. Trevor
RDP 7903: Monetary Rules: A Preliminary Analysis 4. The Results so far.
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Why do so Many Australian Borrowers Issue Bonds Offshore?

26 Nov 2002 Speech
Ric Battellino
Speech by Ric Battellino to the Australian Credit Forum 2002, Sydney


2 May 2023
A glossary of terms used on the RBA website

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7 Jun 2023
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Box B: Why Are Long-term Bond Yields So Low?

10 May 2019 SMP – May 2019