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  • Weekly Economic Update

    Flying cars, driverless cars and the rise of electric vehicles – what does this mean for property? Nerida Conisbee, Ray White chief economist While I can’t quite imagine arriving at work in a flying car in my lifetime, it may …

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  • Open Day at Ray White’s Shed

    Open Day at The Shed Sunday August 7, 2022 The first Ray White office still stands proudly, in an historical village in Crows Nest, Queensland. It’s simply a tin shed, and it hasn’t changed since Ray opened his business inside …

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  • Autumn closes historically high

    THE federal election is over and the country can finally take a breath as life goes on in the property market. If you only started paying attention to the property market last year then you might think the current softening …

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  • Elite squad in training for worthy cause

    Fighting fit – Patrick Cosgrove, Jarryd Rubinstein and Oliver Lavers preparing for the Kokoda Track to raise money for the Wolfy Foundation. SUPER fit Ray White TRG managing director Jarryd Rubinstein has top agents Patrick Cosgrove and Oliver Lavers on a …

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  • Weekly Economic Update – 5 May

    This year will be a much better one for first home buyers The start of the pandemic was a popular time for first home buyers to get into the market. Between January 2020 and January 2021, the number of first …

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  • Weekly Economic Update – 28 April

    This week, Ray White chief economist, Nerida Conisbee takes a look at the latest inflation data and outline what it will mean to property this cycle. Inflation hits 5.1 per cent – what does it mean for property? No doubt …

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  • Beef Cattle Market: 2018 in Review and a Look Ahead – USA

    Story from Drovers: Driving the Beef Market (Online Industry Website USA) By Josh Maples, Mississippi State University January 3, 2019 Beef Cattle Market: 2018 in Review and a Look Ahead – USA Large supplies, record exports, and trade concerns are just a few of the topics that dominated the beef … Read more

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  • International Beef Alliance calls for trade reforms

    By Aidan Fortune – Globalmeatnews.com The International Beef Alliance (IBA) has repeated its call for ministers to agree on a path to achieve meaningful trade reforms that lead to liberalisation of the global trading environment, while protecting beef producers’ livelihoods. As various government officials congregated at the Eleventh Ministerial Conference … Read more

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  • Australian farmers welcome removal of agricultural export subsidies

    By Anna Vidot 21/12/2015 Abc.net.au Australian farmers say an international agreement to scrap agricultural export subsidies will put them on a level playing field with their competitors from overseas. More than 160 member countries of the World Trade Organisation have agreed to remove the subsidies, which include direct payments, loans, … Read more

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  • US Senate Passes Mandatory Livestock Price Reporting Law

    Senate passes Mandatory Price Reporting law By Tom Johnston on 9/22/2015 MeatingPlace.com The U.S. Senate on Monday passed the Mandatory Livestock Reporting Act of 2015, according to the Congressional Record. Livestock Mandatory Price Reporting requires packers to inform the USDA of the prices they pay livestock producers for cattle, hogs … Read more

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  • Live Export protocol to China – updated 13th August 2015

    China (Please see diagrams at end of this release provided by the Australian Live Export Corporation) Cattle Slaughter • PERMIT REQUIREMENTS • HEALTH CERTIFICATE • PROTOCOL LAST NEGOTIATED • SPECIAL CONDITIONS PERMIT REQUIREMENTS An import permit is required. Each Import Permit is applicable to … Read more

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  • Growth in beef consumption in China creates opportunity

    By Anna Flávia Rochas on 7/10/2015 Chinese beef consumption increased strongly in recent years, and despite market slowdown expected in the coming decade, continued growth in demand and a willingness of consumers to pay more should create opportunities for global beef processors, according to a recently released Rabobank report. “An additional 2.2 … Read more

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