Rate cuts are back on the table in Australia after the economy shed 5.5K jobs in December vs....
Rate cuts are back on the table in Australia after the economy shed 5.5K jobs in December vs. expectations of a gain of 4.5K. It's the first negative print since August. All of the losses were in full-time employment, which lost 13.8K jobs, and the unemployment rate ticked up to 5.4%. The aussie is now buying $1.0502 vs. $1.0570 before the number. Stocks push close to a 2-year high, the ASX 200 +0.6%.
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