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  • Australian Futures Strip

    (%)

    fixedincome aud 90
  • Australian 10 Year Bond Yields

    (%)

    fixedincome aud 10
  • Australian Yield Curve Slope

    (10 year - 90 day)

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  • Monthly Change in 10 Year Yields

    (percentage points)

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  • Weekly Change in 10 Year Yields

    (percentage points)

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  • Spread Versus Other Countries

    (average = 1990 to 2016)

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  • Australian vs US Bond Spread

    (Aus 10y - US 10y)

    fixedincome audusd
  • Australian vs Canadian Bond Spread

    (Aus 10y - Can 10y)

    fixedincome audcad
  • Australian vs German Bond Spread

    (Aus 10y - Ger 10y)

    fixedincome audeur
  • Australian vs UK Bond Spread

    (Aus 10y - UK 10y)

    fixedincome audgbp
  • Australian vs Swiss Bond Spread

    (Aus 10y - Swiss 10y)

    fixedincome audchf
  • Australian vs Swedish Bond Spread

    (Aus 10y - Swed 10y)

    fixedincome audsek
  • Australian vs Norwegian Bond Sprd

    (Aus 10y - Nor 10y)

    fixedincome audnok
  • Australian vs Japanese Bond Spread

    (Aus 10y - Jap 10y)

    fixedincome audjpy
  • Australian vs NZ Bond Spread

    (Aus 10y - NZ 10y)

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  • Markets

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    AUD is a little above its real mean. Futures price in a high chance of one further 25bp rate cut by Sep 2020. Bond yields are close to lows; spreads are steady but very low. Equities have underperformed. download »
  • Financial Forecasts

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    NOK, SEK, JPY and AUD are lower than is likey to be sustained. As inflation rises and is sustained, central banks will switch to tightening policy, despite modest growth. As this moves into view, a major re-pricing of bonds will take place. download »
  • Investing

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    Policy may ease further before rising demand and inflation change the outlook. Bond yields should rise from low levels, but by less than elsewhere. AUD looks low based on the terms of trade and rate differentials. download »