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  • Western Australian Stock Exchange Index
    135th edition of the Deloitte WA Stock Exchange Index (Deloitte WA Index), a monthly review of Western Australian (WA) stocks and indices.
  • Western Australian Stock Exchange Index
    134th edition of the Deloitte WA Stock Exchange Index (Deloitte WA Index), a monthly review of Western Australian (WA) stocks and indices.
  • Western Australian Stock Exchange Index
    132nd edition of the Deloitte WA Stock Exchange Index (Deloitte WA Index), a monthly review of Western Australian (WA) stocks and indices.
  • Western Australian Stock Exchange Index
    131st edition of the Deloitte WA Stock Exchange Index (Deloitte WA Index), a monthly review of Western Australian (WA) stocks and indices.
  • Budget Monitor: Modesty is the best policy
    The politicians are still grappling to come to terms with perhaps the most basic truth of all about the Federal Budget – while spending levels may well be decided in Canberra on a year-to-year basis, revenues depend much more on China.
  • Reform of the aged care sector
    The Living Longer Living Better legislation which recently passed the Senate, is good legislative change for a critical growth sector long term, but it will no doubt disrupt in the short to medium term.
  • Asia remains the key for Australian tourism
    Significant inbound growth from the emerging economies of India and China, and domestic demand stabilising after a prolonged period of decline, have emerged as positives for Australian tourism.
  • Investment Monitor June 2013 – A last hurrah
    The last few months could be seen as somewhat of a turning point for the Australian economy.
  • Mixed economic signals for Australian tourism, but falling dollar a welcome development
    While growth in resource-related corporate travel is slowing rapidly, a buoyant inbound market and a recovering domestic leisure segment are underwriting robust growth in Australia’s tourism industry
  • Hotel market conditions soften in Brisbane, Perth as smaller markets grow
    In a clear sign that travel associated with resource sector activity is slowing, hotel occupancy rates in the key mining corporate centres of Brisbane and Perth have softened
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