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RBA: Build more houses = RBA has lost the plot!

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Deputy Governor of the RBA, Phil Lowe, has today delivered a nice speech in which outlines why it is that the labour market is softer than it appears. This will no doubt fail to silence those commentators that prefer to see the cup as half-full but most importantly, Lowe finishes on what amounts to a justification of the recent rate cut and nominates dwelling construction as one way for the RBA to pick up labour market slack. 

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  • doyla66
    doyla66 Tuesday, 09 October 2012

    Big4 in AUS pay dividends which puts them in top 50 dividend payers of all listed stocks globally & top 10 in financial sector globally. The average yield for these banks is 6.4%.

    Citi says that initially looks attractive in an income-hungry world, but recent history suggests that investors should be wary when banks trade on high dividend yields. From 2007 to mid-2011, Citi says 92 US and European banks saw their dividend yields rise to above 6%. Of these 79% cut their dividends within 12 months. On average dividends were cut by 58%, with 19 of these banks cutting their dividends to zero within one year and 38 within 2 years. The total return for these banks was -16% 12 months after the 6% dividend yield threshold was first breached.

    In these cases, Citi says, high dividend yields were a sell, not a buy signal, and the recent US and European experience could warn global investors to resist the yield temptation of Australian banks.

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