In the final article of the Currency Strategy series with CCIQ partner, OFX, we explore the considerations when choosing a Currency Specialist – from security & regulation, fees, strategy options, customer service and technologies. Read more.
Queensland Building Approvals Move into Settled Phase as Apartment Glut Moderates Read more.
The June quarter of inflation read of 0.4% has masked the rising cost of fuel prices which rose 6.9% over the same period according to the latest data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Read more.
The Liberal National Party’s business policy platform has emerged as the superior offering to Longman voters following the Australia Labor Party’s company tax rate missteps in an analysis of the major candidates by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) leading into Saturday’s by-election. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has welcomed the release of the KPMG report into effectiveness of the state’s public service hiring spree. Read more.
The Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) released a report today, which found that Queenslanders largely believed they did not gain from 26 years of uninterrupted growth in Australia. Read more.
Currency risk management can mean the difference between survival and sudden death in foreign exchange trading. You can have the best trading system and still, fail without effective risk management in place. Exchange rate volatility is difficult to predict due to the myriad of variables influencing exchange rate fluctuation (e.g. economic fundamental, monetary policy, fiscal policy, global economy, speculation, domestic and foreign political issues, market psychology, rumours, and technical factors). Read more.
In the first of a three-part series with CCIQ Partner, OFX, we will explore what is a currency strategy, and the various forms of currency strategies your organisation can employ to make the most of your money. Read more.
Queensland’s unemployment rate remained at 6.1% (on a trend basis) in June, lagging the national benchmark at 5.4% as the state continues to employ more people in part-time roles than full-time positions. Read more.