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The Australian budget did not give a vision for a productive economy, says The Pain Report's author Jonathan Pain.
Australia's former deputy prime minister and treasurer, Wayne Swan, gives his take on the Australian Budget and RBA's latest rate cut.
Both fiscal and monetary stimulus in Australia will help support the economy, says IMA Asia's executive VP, Richard Martin.
The RBA is tracking other major central banks in pushing interest rates towards zero, according to Tai Hui of J.P. Morgan Asset Management.
The 2016-2017 budget is one that the government wants the electorate to forget about, explains Nick Xenophon, independent senator.
The Reserve Bank of Australia unexpectedly cut its cash rate by 25 basis points to a record low 1.75 percent.
Government delivers a budget focused on small and medium-sized businesses and middle-income earners - just days before an election is called.
Just 18 of 51 economists polled by Reuters had expected a cut by the Reserve Bank of Australia.
The RBA will have to consider the AUD strength and whether another rate cut will help the economy, says Savanth Sebastian from Commonwealth Securities.
Morningstar Australasia's David Ellis reckons the market was expecting far worse H1 results, and that it likes the new CEO's clear and decisive actions.
Jennifer Westacott, Business Council of Australia CEO, explains why business tax reliefs would be a meaningful signal for the business community.
Andrew Leigh, Australia's shadow assistant treasurer, says it's critical the country maintain's its strong credit rating.
David Roche from Independent Strategy says Australia's inflation rates justify a rate cut, but the economy doesn't need it.
The Australian budget should wind back on negative gearing and reduce the capital gains tax discount, says Danielle Wood from Grattan Institute.
Emily Dabbs from Moody's Analytics expects the budget to include initiatives to support Australia's economic transition away from mining.
Australian tech entrepreneur Craig Wright tells BBC he created the cryptocurrency.
Australian detention camp operator Broadspectrum agreed to support a bid from Spain's Ferrovial after Papua New Guinea vowed to shut its camp there.
The RBA won't ease immediately as the soft CPI data helped weaken the Aussie dollar against the greenback, says Societe Generale's Toby Lawson.
Macquarie's Nizam Idris says the weaker-than-expected Q1 CPI is a clear trigger for further easing by the Reserve Bank of Australia.
State-controlled DCNS has won a $40B contract to build Australia's new fleet of submarines, beating out bids from Germany and Japan.