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Australian wages surge keeps to record lows
Australian wages are actually ascending at their slowest pace on record, while household debt has grew to an all-time high, thus putting a lid on spending and also a drag on the course of inflation.
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, its wage price index rallied 0.5% in Jan-March. The given outcome generally matches forecasts, and it’s compared with a similar result last quarter.
Annual wage surge kept to 1.9%, which is the lowest on record. Obviously, it appeared to be less than half the wage surge rate employees enjoyed just a decade ago when a mining boom spurred pay across Australia.
The slowdown has added to an undesired slowdown in underlying inflation that is below the Reserve Bank of Australia's objective of 2-3%and it has provoked two interest rates dips the previous year to a record minimum of 1.5%.
The country’s major financial institution is concerned over ascending household debt alongside leaping property prices at a time when income surge has slowed.
Inflation data is the most important indicator that affects the central bank’s monetary policy.
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