The positive start to the year for manufacturers has continued, according to the Australian Chamber-Westpac industrial trends survey, released yesterday.
Australian Wool Network has launched a new Hysport factory at Carrum Downs, four times the size of the former factory.
The Australian dollar rose as high as $US 0.7443 on Saturday, an eight-month high, and some economists are predicting the Reserve Bank of Australia may have to lower interest rates from the current 2 per cent.
The country’s manufacturing industry is enjoying its longest period of expansion since 2006, according to the Australian Industry Group’s PMI result, released this morning.
The Australian dollar has weakened ahead of the release of economic data from China.
The leader of a leading medical devices manufacturer has released a list of six wishes Australian exporters would like to see granted.
The food and grocery sector in western Sydney is “booming” according to research released today.
The local manufacturing sector grew for the fifth straight month, according to the Australian Industry Group PMI survey, released this morning.
The food and beverage sector has benefited handsomely from the lower dollar, according to a new report on the sector, with exports up 28 per cent.
The Australian dollar’s rally will be short-lived, according to some economists, with downward pressure to come from the US Federal Reserve and elsewhere.
The local manufacturing sector continued to expand for the third straight month, according to the Australian Industry Group’s Performance of Manufacturing Index survey.
A Westpac-Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry survey has identified positive signs in manufacturing, assisted by the Australian dollar’s decline and low interest rates.
The Australian dollar has fallen to its lowest level in more than six years, trading at $US 70.17 cents before 7 am AEST.
Service, innovation and reliability have helped Dobmac prosper over more than three decades supplying the agricultural market. Brent Balinski spoke to the farm machinery company’s Business Manager, Gary Dewhurst-Phillips.
One private and merchant banking group has predicted that Australia’s dollar could fall under 60 cents, citing the plunge in the Canadian currency.
Australia’s economic performance has been cited in explanations of New Zealand’s weakening manufacturing output.
Australia’s manufacturing sector experienced its fifth straight month of contraction in April, according to today’s Australian Industry Group PMI.
A Reuters poll of 50 economists found a median prediction that the Australia dollar would fall to $US 0.73 over the next 12 months.
The country’s manufacturing sector has just experienced its fourth straight month of contraction, according to the Australian Industry Group’s PMI.
The latest quarterly survey of industrial trends, released today, sees mixed sentiment among manufacturers.