A worry to come for the government.

The sagging public confidence about economic conditions that the pollsters are reporting is unlikely to be improved when workers get their next statement from superannuation funds.

Richard Farmer

Crikey political commentator

A worry to come for the government. The sagging public confidence about economic conditions that the pollsters are reporting is unlikely to be improved when workers get their next statement from superannuation funds. The tragedy of the drowning boat people was probably the reason this story did not get the run it deserved this morning:

But the impact will surely come when people get their super statement. Combined with a decline in house prices over the last year and rising unemployment it is no wonder that people are a little apprehensive about the future I hope so too! The Nobel prize winner turns his attention to our biggest trading partner:

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