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Australian GDP Figures

The Australian GDP figures demonstrated that the economy is growing at the fastest pace in 3.5 years. The economy expanded at 1.1% in the first quarter of 2016 and 3.1% over the past year. The rise in GDP was attributed to a rapid rise in exports due to the weaker AUD.  The net result was still positive for the AUD gaining over 1% on the release. The overall fall in the Australian dollar has..Read more

Buy you BJJ Mats from Ezy Mats

Ezy Mats are now the largest supplier of BJJ mats in the Australian market. We have a variety of mats which are suitable for BJJ or Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is one of the most popular martial arts at the moment with practitioners throughout the country. BJJ schools can be found from coast to coast in both metropolitan areas and regional Australia. It seems as if a BBJ school can be..Read more

New Shipment to Arrive end of May

A new shipment of jigsaw mats and tatami mats is set to arrive at the end of the month. We have a container load of black and grey interlocking jigsaw mats and blue / red interlocking jigsaw mats. The tatami mats that are arriving will be back 1 x 2m mats and grey 1 x 2m mats...Read more

RBA Drops Interest Rates

The RBA today dropped interest rates to 1.75% from 2%. The new rate is a historic low and brings us more in line with many other industrialised countries. This was the first interest rate cut in 11 months. The market was almost evenly split or whether RBA would cut rates today. The Australian Dollar immediately drop on news of the interest rate cut from above $0.77 to the USD to below $0.76. It..Read more

AUD Comes Down Due to Deflation Concerns

The Australian Dollar retreated this week due to concerns with deflation. The dollar was off by 2% after the ABS reveal deflation of -0.02% in the last quarter. The softening in prices was mainly due to a full in the price of oil and food. This worried the markets into thinking that the RBA's next more may be more easing. The market has factored in a 50% chance that the RBA will drop rate if not a..Read more