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RBA Glossary definition for capital market

capital market – A market for medium to long-term financial instruments. Financial instruments traded in the capital market include shares, and bonds issued by the Australian Government, State governments, corporate borrowers and financial institutions.

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Changes to Statistical Tables

24 May 2023 Statistics
Quarterly data on money market corporation overseas assets will be added to Table B1. ... From 6 October 2021, the tab ‘Daily Open Market Operations’ will be renamed ‘Regular Open Market Operations’.

The Impact of the Capital Market Turbulence on Banks' Funding Costs

10 Jun 2009 Bulletin – June 2009
Michael Davies, Chris Naughtin and Arlene Wong
The major banks access a diverse range of markets for their long-term capital market debt. ... Interest rates on the different types of capital market funding are reasonably similar across markets for equivalently rated banks and are readily observable.

Statistical Tables

24 May 2023 Statistics
Household and Business Finances. Interest Rates. Exchange Rates. Share Markets.

Australia's Retirement Income System: Implications for Saving and Capital Markets

1 Sep 1996 RDP 9603
Malcolm Edey and John Simon
Research Discussion Papers contain the results of economic research within the Reserve Bank
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The Role and Development of Local Capital Markets

14 Dec 1994 Speech
Bernie Fraser
Talk by Bernie Fraser to Goldman, Sachs & Co. Conference, Singapore

Opening Address to Euromoney Australasian Capital Markets Forum

14 Mar 2000 Speech
Ian Macfarlane
Speech by Ian Macfarlane to the Euromoney Australiasian Capital Markets Forum, Sydney

Bulletin August 2001 – Statement on Monetary Policy

10 Aug 2001 Bulletin
In addition, financial conditions are accommodative and, with the Australian share market performing much more strongly than overseas markets, there has not been the reduction in wealth as has occurred elsewhere. ... Capital flows in recent years are

Statement on Monetary Policy

10 Nov 2001 Bulletin – November 2001
However, the outlook is for a decline in inflation due to increases in spare capacity of both the labour and capital markets, downward pressure on world prices and falls in the ... On 17 September prior to the re-opening of US share markets (markets were

Australian Banking Risk: The Stock Market's Assessment and the Relationship Between Capital and Asset Volatility

1 Nov 1999 RDP 1999-09
Marianne Gizycki and Brenton Goldsworthy
Research Discussion Papers contain the results of economic research within the Reserve Bank
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Historical Data

31 Mar 2023 Statistics
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