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Wayne Cole

Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

09 May 2018

Australia, NZ dlrs slugged as US$ surge shakes emerging markets

SYDNEY/WELLINGTON, May 9 The Australian and New Zealand dollars hit fresh multi-month lows on Wednesday as the relative outperformance of the U.S. economy sent its currency higher across the board.

03 May 2018

Australia's trade surplus swells, signals first-quarter growth revival

SYDNEY Australia's trade surplus swelled to a 10-month peak in March as resource exports boasted a bumper run, suggesting the economy sprang ahead in the first quarter after a disappointing end to last year.

01 May 2018

Australia's central bank sees faster growth, slow inflation as rates sit still

SYDNEY Australia's central bank left interest rates at historic lows on Tuesday, predicting inflation would remain muted even as the economy gained speed this year in a clear sign a hike was still a distant prospect.

24 Apr 2018

Australia inflation stays soft in first quarter, interest rates seen going nowhere

SYDNEY Australian consumer prices stayed soft last quarter as core inflation began a third year below the central bank's target, cementing expectations any hike in interest rates is a long distance off.

19 Apr 2018

Australia employment soft in March, record run ruined by revisions

SYDNEY, April 19 Australian employment barely rose in March while a sharp downward revision to February ruined a record-breaking run of gains, a disappointing outcome that hurt the local dollar and reinforced the case against a rate hike.

03 Apr 2018

Australia's central bank sits tight in "masterful" inaction

SYDNEY Australia's central bank left interest rates at record lows on Tuesday, the longest stretch without a change in almost three decades, and looked set to extend this period of "masterful inaction" for some time yet.

27 Mar 2018

Global Markets: Asia shares cheered by trade hopes, dollar downcast

SYDNEY Asian share markets rose sharply on Tuesday as reports of behind-the-scenes talks between the United States and China rekindled hopes a damaging trade war could be averted, in turn sapping the strength of the dollar and yen.

07 Mar 2018

Australia's central bank chief slams U.S. tariffs, confident on domestic growth

SYDNEY The head of Australia's central bank is upbeat about domestic economic growth despite a disappointing end to last year, but fears the specter of a trade war calling threatened U.S. tariffs "highly regrettable."

07 Mar 2018

Australia's central bank chief slams U.S. tariffs, confident on domestic growth

SYDNEY The head of Australia's central bank is upbeat about domestic economic growth despite a disappointing end to last year, but fears the spectre of a trade war calling threatened U.S. tariffs "highly regrettable."

07 Mar 2018

Australian economy hit speed bump in fourth quarter, RBA still upbeat on future

SYDNEY Australia's economic growth slowed last quarter as bad weather hit exports, though stronger-than-expected government spending and a revival in household consumption helped the country extend its 26-year run without recession.

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