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Don’t call it stimulus, but China’s cash splash helps miners

Chinese banks and government bodies are pumping money into the country’s ailing economy. But as Michael Sainbury writes, officials are refusing to call it a stimulus measure.

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Rick Perry and a world where stimulus is partisan treason

With any luck, the question of another stimulus package will never arise. But if it does, it’ll be the ideological equivalent of lifting up a rock to find out what crawls beneath.

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Keynesian trap of spending: what of construction post-BER?

On Wayne Swan’s economic recovery legacy, the BER wasn’t all good news. Its short-term job-creating impact throws the economy out of whack in the longer term.

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Glenn Stevens alert but not alarmed

The RBA Governor basically reckons the economy is in good shape, the banks are fine, and rates will rise when we think the economy is good and ready.

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Time to shut off the stimulus tap?

Know-it-alls Malcolm Turnbull, Joe Hockey and Barnaby Joyce reckon we should shut off the stimulus tap and start cutting back — but the debate is far from over. Perhaps they should do a bit of reading from the minutes of the latest RBA meeting.

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Stimulus package will weaken Rudd’s economic credentials

With an already-slowing economy, Rudd’s ill-thought out stimulus package will only serve to make the crash harder, writes Adam Schwab.

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