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Home Building In Victoria Is Starting To Cool
Home Building In Victoria Is Starting To Cool By Investing.com - 15 hours ago

“After a long and sustained boom, residential building activity in Victoria is cooling,” said Fiona Nield, HIA Executive Director, Victoria. HIA released its quarterly...

Outback Australia Property Market Suffering
Outback Australia Property Market Suffering By Investing.com - Nov 20, 2018

The past five years have seen Outback Australia sustain a long period of weakness when it comes to property prices. Research by RiskWise has shown the weakness in these markets...

Perth Housing Values Are On a Renewed Downswing
Perth Housing Values Are On a Renewed Downswing By Core Logic - Nov 19, 2018

Earlier this week I was in Perth speaking with a variety of industry participants about housing market conditions. Through late 2017 and early 2018 there was firm evidence that...

Trend Unemployment Rate Falls To 5.1 Per Cent
Trend Unemployment Rate Falls To 5.1 Per Cent By Australian Bureau of Statistics - Nov 15, 2018

The trend unemployment rate fell from 5.2 per cent to 5.1 per cent in the month of October 2018, according to the latest figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics...

Housing Finance Back to 2013 Levels
Housing Finance Back to 2013 Levels By Investing.com - Nov 09, 2018

Originally published by Housing Industry Australia “The slide in home lending activity in September has taken the number of loans to owner-occupiers down to the lowest level...

Mild Wage Growth In Public Sector
Mild Wage Growth In Public Sector By Australian Bureau of Statistics - Nov 08, 2018

The public sector saw mild growth in both wages and the number of employees in 2017-18, according to new data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) today. Bruce...

Education Level Affects Mothers' Employment
Education Level Affects Mothers' Employment By Australian Bureau of Statistics - Nov 08, 2018

Having a young family, with children less than 15 years old, continues to affect women's employment arrangements more than it does men according to latest data from the Australian...

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