Australian consumer survey reveals lower spirits even after rate cut

12/12/2012 | RTT News · Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

Australian consumer confidence has fallen a marked 4.1% to a reading of 100 this month, as measured by a Westpac and Melbourne Institute survey. The reading had climbed 5.2% in November. The consumer index comes after a rate cut by the central bank and a business survey that also revealed low spirits.

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