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Governments may be the chief reason why 'rate cut looms'

Governments may be the chief reason why 'rate cut looms'

CrikeyJul 29, 20162 Comments

Australia may soon face a monetary policy challenge other countries are dealing with of very low interest rates -- the product of an economy where pricing pressure is coming from governments, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.

The property market is completely bonkers and so are you to buy into it

The property market is completely bonkers and so are you to buy into it

Adam SchwabJul 29, 20167 Comments

Housing prices aren't just wildly overinflated, they are off-the-charts bananas.

Apple won't let us further screw customers, whine billion-dollar banks

Apple won't let us further screw customers, whine billion-dollar banks

Josh TaylorJul 28, 20163 Comments

Apple won't let banks pass on fees around mobile payments. They're complaining to the ACCC for a better bargaining position.

Coal fan Frydenberg's figleaf fluttering in the wind

Coal fan Frydenberg's figleaf fluttering in the wind

Bernard KeaneJul 28, 201614 Comments

Environment and Energy minister Josh Frydenberg is claiming to be a convert to the cause of renewables but the grim truth is that this government has no interest in meaningful climate action.

CPI: odds on a rate cut strengthen off tepid inflation

CPI: odds on a rate cut strengthen off tepid inflation

Glenn Dyer and Bernard KeaneJul 27, 20161 Comment

A low Consumer Price Index result suggests the Reserve Bank might cut interest rates again but it will be looking at underlying measures, not the headline rate, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.

Let the Games begin: athletes have nothing on the network competition

Let the Games begin: athletes have nothing on the network competition

Myriam RobinJul 27, 20164 Comments

What to do if you do not have accreditation to cover the Olympic Games?

Productivity Commission warns we're spiralling into protectionism

Productivity Commission warns we're spiralling into protectionism

Bernard KeaneJul 26, 20168 Comments

The Productivity Commission has again attacked creeping protectionism within government, this time focusing on the decision to locally build the next generation of naval submarines.

Morrison doubles down on dumbness in the face of populist attack

Morrison doubles down on dumbness in the face of populist attack

Bernard KeaneJul 25, 201611 Comments

If Scott Morrison understands the challenge posed by the resurgence of economic protectionism in Australia, he shows no sign of it.

Time's new head honcho

Glenn DyerJul 25, 2016

Big changes are afoot at Time Magazine.

Prime swindle: ASIC runs down the clock, Bill Lewski escapes

Prime swindle: ASIC runs down the clock, Bill Lewski escapes

Adam SchwabJul 22, 20163 Comments

Prime Trust swindled investors out of millions. But its directors escape penalty because ASIC got its dates wrong.

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