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Fuel tipped to rise by up to 5 cents/litre

Construction sector stuck in the doldrums

Petrol prices jump with more rises likely

Australia's unemployment rate hits 5.6%

RBA unlikely to cut in February

Home sales rise for third month in Dec

Business demands early election policies

Weak CPI gives RBA room to cut rates

Mining investment expected to stay strong

Official figures show largest drop in quarterly employment for 13 years

Falling $A makes RBA rate cut unlikely

Aust has biggest trade deficit since 2008

Dollar sinks as report shows thousands left work in December

Jobless rate expected to remain steady

Global oil demand sinks but lower Australian dollar pushing up the price...

Investors boost home lending

Housing finance surge led by property investors

Petrol prices set to surge on dollar decline

Global demand fuels soaring petrol prices

1,200 jobs cut in a day

Strong dollar, falling oil prices to give motorists joy at the bowser

Petrol prices set to rise before Christmas

Spending increased in November: survey

Unemployment rises as full-time jobs shed

Spending on the rise, survey

WA still on top for economic performance

Aussies wealthier than they have ever been

Building approvals up almost 10% in May

Shorten sees red over Hockey 'chill pill'

Australia's housing boom is cooling off

Service sectors add jobs, retail and wholesale shed staff

Cheap petrol prices behind us: economist

Confident consumers boost retail sector

Qld holds middle ranking against state economies

Territory economy outstrips most of country

Economists tip solid GDP growth

Bowser prices on the way down again

Lower petrol prices predicted for Christmas

Further signs China passed its low point

Petrol tipped to be steady for fortnight

New home sales surge on unit developments

Aussie home looking like pipe dream

Dollar keeps imported prices in check

Tas worst economic performer:Commsec report

Retail spending falls after federal budget

Inflation within target takes pressure off Reserve Bank