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AMP looks to John Fraser as profit dives 74 per cent after scandals

AMP posted a 74 per cent decline in first half net profit to $115 million due to a series of impairments that will total more than $500 million.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Treasury secretary John Fraser resigns

The departure of one of the country's most powerful public servant left the Turnbull government less than a month to rush in a replacement.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe AgeSBS

Treasury boss sees risk from bank scrutiny

Treasury secretary John Fraser is encouraged by the pick-up in global growth, but is disappointed with banking royal commission revelations.
SBS - Published

Treasury boss encouraged by global outlook

Treasury secretary John Fraser is encouraged by the pick-up in global growth and is confident it is sustainable.
SBS - Published

Treasury head saddened by bank revelations

Treasury boss John Fraser is disappointed by what is coming out of the royal commission into the banks, saying it is sad for the country and the industry.
SBS - Published

Treasury not confident of tax cut cost

Treasury secretary John Fraser is not comfortable in providing an annual breakdown of the government's proposed tax cuts.
SBS - Published

Senators to quiz Treasury boss on wages

Treasury secretary John Fraser can expect senators to dissect his department's budget forecasts when he faces a Senate estimates hearing on Tuesday.
SBS - Published

'Oh, that life would be that simple!' Treasury dismisses audit report

Treasury secretary John Fraser says thanks, but no thanks to audit recommendations.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Brutal reminder of GFC still here, Treasury says, as retail stung by poor sales

Treasury secretary John Fraser has slammed politicians for being out of touch with the struggles of everyday Australians and blamed "extraordinary political instability" for a lack of consistent..
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

'Don't be comfortable': Treasury secretary John Fraser warns banks and homeowners

Treasury secretary John Fraser has suggested government agencies could put further restrictions on Australian banks, warning regulators should consider further structural risks within the financial..
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

Signs of wage growth encouraging: Treasury

Treasury secretary John Fraser says there are signs of a pick-up in wages growth although it is only in pockets of the economy so far.
SBS - Published

Energy costs to stoke inflation rate

Inflation could see its biggest rise in four years because of energy costs, an issue Treasury's John Fraser is likely to be quizzed on when he faces senators.
SBS - Published

Treasury's John Fraser sees 'welcome signs of slowing' in house prices

Treasury secretary John Fraser has welcomed the cooling off in the country's biggest housing markets, saying there are early signs the curbs on riskier bank lending are doing their job.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

Housing policies will take time: Treasury

Treasury secretary John Fraser admits the suite of housing affordability measures in the budget will take time to have an impact.
SBS - Published

Impact of bank levy 'trivial', Treasury secretary John Fraser says

"We are in the process of confidential discussions with the banks and we see no reason to change our forecasts".
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Hope revenue downgrades behind us:Treasury

Treasury boss John Fraser says Australia was not the only country in the world that was forced to downgrade its revenue forecasts over many years.
SBS - Published

No rose-coloured glasses: Treasury secretary John Fraser says things really are picking up

In the past three budgets the Treasury has forecast a lift in economic growth and has been disappointed.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Treasury boss to be quizzed on budget

Treasury secretary John Fraser and department officials can expect to field questions on the budget's forecasts when they face a Senate committee.
SBS - Published

Senators to put Treasury under spotlight

As Senate budget estimates enter their second week, Treasury head John Fraser and his team can be expected to be grilled over his department's forecasting.
SBS - Published

Our forecasts aren't biased: Treasury secretary John Fraser

Treasury Secretary John Fraser has cleared the agency of being biased in its economic forecasts, arguing it has a similar track record in predicting the economy's future to other government or private..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Treasury says China can absorb shocks

Treasury secretary John Fraser says he is confident China can absorb financial shocks, after Moody's downgraded its credit rating on the Asian giant.
SBS - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Govt keeps tabs on household debt

Treasury secretary John Fraser says the Treasury along with other regulators is watching the housing market closely amid concern about rising household debt.
SBS - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cut the company tax rate, says Treasury secretary John Fraser

Treasury boss John Fraser has implored Parliament to consider cutting the company tax rate, saying it would be "critical" to respond to international competition.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Bank commodity boost to budget:Treasury

Treasury secretary John Fraser says any additional revenue from rising commodity prices should be used to repair the budget rather than using for spending.
SBS - Published

Fraser reaches out to Japan

Treasury secretary John Fraser has made an appeal to the government’s Japanese creditors to continue their support.
The Australian - Published

John Fraser is a busy bee at Treasury

Treasury secretary John Fraser is a busy man. Very busy. As he reminded Senate estimates a few times on Wednesday.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

No house, but smashed on avocados

TREASURY boss John Fraser says young people can afford to buy a home and eat their smashed avocado too — just skimp on the coffee.
Herald Sun - Published

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