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September economic update

August was a challenging month for investors. Global markets reacted negatively to an escalation in the US-China trade war and the looming no-deal Brexit. In the US, shares were down around 2% for the month while Australian shares dipped 3%.  

Below we look at the some economic indicators that paint a picture of the health of the economy, including the current cash rate, movements in the Australian dollar, consumer sentiment,  as well as the state of the property market.

Cash rate cuts

The RBA held the cash rate at the current record low of 1.0%, while acknowledging that Australia can expect an extended period of low interest rates, with the possibility of further cuts.

Aussie Dollar


The Australian dollar finished the month lower, closing around US$0.67 cents.


Consumer Sentiment
 
Consumer confidence (how we feel generally about the overall state of the economy) dropped slightly last month - down to 114.6 - though remains positive (with 100 representing an equal balance between optimism and pessimism).  
 
Property
 
Nationally, property values rose slightly (+0.8%) over the month. This is the first monthly increase since April 2017.

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